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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
January 8, 1881
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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)-
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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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sTATn xnirs.Clay. morning that oranges on the south side of momeferdown to toO at daylight. His front TIII: sT.i TI: (J.11)/T.11" | and support. Hcmcmbcring that it i is Impossible

-- trees at that place were not very badly injured piazza is exposed to the bleak northwest! I to satisfy l ami gratify the wishes of f

lie also says that the damage at from which course our worst tvcathcrconles. 0\I.\ I> \VT TV!.I.VIIVswKK: : -IXVnil'KVTIOXOK : : particularly I in ho 'unpleasant dutyplaced +
I by the constitution the
upon\ executive
The high wind which prevailed from a 1 lart's! grove was not very great.-The thermometer To what extent the orange fruit is injured UOVEK.NOU: 1U.OXIUM.: of !'
' southerly direction on Wednesday shifted to stood at 2:1: degrees at the Hrock) we (cannot say. 'nterprotl.'ctlol1, and other Governor-elect; \\'. D. Hlovhntii was hum. I in the discharge of my duty strengthened by

,y the northwest, and on Thursday the thermometer House, at Knterpri-e, at 0 clack Thursday! favorable locations will hardly feel the loss. gurated as chief magistrate of the Slate llf time(the purity and t the at'my good judgment motives\ ; and and trusting{\ to

sl( stood at :20 degrees, the lowest morning, and at :22: at Draytou Inland. The Colonel Iiart'snew !stctuuerjii launched Florida at Tallahassee on Tuesday last! at of the people, fora properiudicatioii.patriotism. And

/ point for some years past. Some report the amount damage to the crop is unknown. has a charming Indian name, "Astachula." o'clock! in (he presence of both }houses oft in the discharge of 1 those duties I ask the
mercury as reaching still lower, but if the Union. or the (Like of Sunbeams. AMadiula is the '\protecting and guiding hand of fluSupremoKiller
t the legislature Governor Drew and t his cabinet
correct the instrument was Indian of Lake Harris, head waters of of the universe, to tile end that Florida
reading was pro- Levy.We name :
ft and an immense i concourseof people.Heforc maybe free, prosperous! and happy.
K bably in an unusually eXl'oselll'osition. Ice had quite a Mow on Wednesday accompanied the lkkl"wahlri'er., a lake that for extent taking the oath of olllco (Governor .\IIIIIIOW, Sir, I 111111 prepared to take the

*r' of considerable thickness was formed, and with some rain. In the afternoon and beauty can hardly be surpassed( by any lUoxham: delivered ho( following{\ address : solemn oath to support, protect and defend!
the the thermometer in 1h'J'hi.... lake the constitution and of the
melted but slowly during day, body of water Flol' i"gr'nt- government
the wind hauled around to the north lloti'-Citizen..*, /.< //<;< (iiiGfntliinrn, : I'nitcd Stall and of the :Stale: of 1 Florida
at 3 3 o'clock p. m. being at 35 degrees. and it grew quite cool which still continues.On l ly admired for the grandeur of its scenery In response! I : to time III1I1I1011" of the people\ and bear true faith, loyalty and allegiance I ,

The early risers went through( acourse Wednesday morning icu was seen three! and the( magnificent orange groves I Hint line as officially announced, I have come to take to I the same.!

of shivering, but most persons seemed to Iuartersuflln inch thick. The thermometer the banks of this' sunbeam of waters.: The the oath proscribed by the constitution, preparatory The oath of oflleo was administered by

enjoy the unusual temperature, and when Astachula, will ply between this place and to entering upon the duties appertaining ) Hon. D. S. Walker, Judge of the second;
at the !signal ollicu ranged! as low us: :22:! {\ to the position of governor of l-lor- Judicial Circuit.HIMKT.tLlSM.
moving about a rate of speed was maintained The steamer Munj .1Iu"l'lIInrrin.t on Thll1'Sday Okcchumkee, headwaters: of navigation i on

<< which is very rare. The effect upon and sailed the same day. She i is chartered the Ocklawaha river, distance: two hundred ida.Fully appreciating\ \ t i the t i III\lortatirt'rll.theseduties. ."f'If' Year' l>ay.

the orange trees cannot as yet accurately by the Louisvilleand Nashville Railroad and twel1t '.I.I'I' miles from Palatka. This I ask the indulgence and seek!: the assistance lit tho JllIlIloltt days:' gone h)'. the 1st of |
of all lou-rs of
the State in their
m- determined, but it is supposed that but little Company, aril; will make semi-weekly route presents unusual! chajmsand, tine sport PI'o\l'rlllllt\ faithful discharge.Looking January was: one of the principal lhtl1 O!!.

damage has been done ; young buds: however trips\ during the winter between this port to the tourist. Colonel Hnrt! will ha\e two alone to the interest, welfare: and The young men of every neighborhood went

ii have certainly been nipped, and probably and Pens.ieolu. The steamship\ Admiral, daily lines to Silver Springs mind two boat prosperity\ of our State" it will bo my \pleas- from" house. to house and "Shot: I 111' the Old I

t much of the recent growth has! beendestroyed. is chartered the running to (ho upperlakes+ winter. The tire, as \\'l'III\ my duty to bend every energy fear"-thou a song-afUr which( a good
Cooksoy! master, : by !same to promote her future : and
.-The Green Core Sjiriny. company, and in connection with the Mury builder of the AMachula, Captain Dunham. j growth That future rests, to progress a lal'gl'I'X. supper.\ All work was suspended (fhc day

JIll l'tll. Jtoryttn will make weekly trips\ to Havana has displayed: ) line taste l in his nm l.ltl. When tent, with her people. To !secure its full before New Year. There was dalu'hmgIiithc:

On the 17th of September this city was from Peusacola! touching at Key 1Ptst.-c- launched, ho boat with part of her machinery fruits to ourselves and our \posterity, wo afternoon and evening of New Year in every
".t t startled by the announcement of the cold dar airy Journal. only drew twelve indies water, so! that our must Internal healthy resources immigration by 1Il'I'lIrilllro'l'r, develop\ \ hotel( and many private houses. If any one

blooded murder of a Mr. Francis A. Campbell in low water: she can easily make her regular transportation, and educate! the rising) gen misbehaved ho was expelled\ The suppers

of Tennessee, on the Moncricf shelly Ortinue.SvxFoun.vxn trips. Colonel' Hart certainly deserves eration. These are the three great links in usually consisted: of turkeys, ducks thickens \ .

road, a few miles from town. An investigation I IXMV.X: UIVEU Kvtr.ttovn.-Tho success.::! He not only keeps his steamers: incomplete the grand chain of progress upon which w e mince pies: cakes of all kinds: ito. Coffee

of the murder was made, which resulted outlook for the building for this road I Is orderbut, ho shows unwearied ins can and I confidently prosperity.Immigrants\ :. rely for our future I growth wino und I cider were served In abund t

in the coroner's jury finding verdict of most encouraging. The exact source of encouragement I Icrestin makinghi.s passengers::! comfortable.In come where the blessings: of ante It was: customary I hen when one

"- murder by a gunshot wound in the hands is not yet made public, but i iis it fact the fare on these !steamers is not a good government secure to (them (he protection fr l'IIIII11l't another to wish him a Happy

such as to give the incorporators assurance whit behind the best hotels on the river. of life, lilll'rtnnll( property ; and it is New Year." Might: holidays were then keptstrictly.
a source of gratification\ to know
issued of the most substantial: aid. This is I an en 1'tiltititi Herald. thtiftho fait\profound hi,enforcement of the laws has No work was allowed to bo done

U'&i8l! found.( I'ickettcaineto the city yesterday and tcrprisothut thousands arc interested: in. It St. Johns. scared that protection in Florida fully as on ('hiristtuasctv Year, Whit Sunday,

'k surrendered himself to the sheriff., He was would give a quick unIt direct outlet to in any :state of ho Union, ami !sho i is reap: iood l )Friday. Kustcr: and t Ascension< \ day.
The cold wave reached St. AugustineWednesday bag her, just: reward not only in the gcheralprosperity ,
' ,1' taken before Justice ][earn, and, we understand Northern markets for the whole Indian river night. The thermometer fell \ of her varied I industries, but in On New Y"r'Iluy every young man was

released.-Sunday afternoon Mr. J. l'Ol1ntryI\1Ht give an impetus to the now I ho l'ollolallllinl'rl'n ing (ti id!!? of immigration expected to pay !'Pl'I'lallllll'lItlllll to his ladylove

e \\'. Xcal found the body of a colored man in almost entirely neglected resources! of that rapidly, and when our people awoke Thursday : that seeks! her shores.: Ami it i is. duo to and, of course, then, as now, every hid-

' section, liSn.llaol: tapping and opening utile morning they could easily imagine the( State that all \patriotic citizen and all die had his lassie*.
his I field, about a mile north of this city. \ : 11'erelheyuiuig men moreattentive i
I that they had been suddenly I transported: I to public associations, and the public\ press! t
The body appeared to have been I lying there !line section intervening between here mountains. I Ice could beseen that I great lever that makes and, 1II001'Sluh.\ to, (the young ladies (than they are i 4
several days, and the hogs had so mutilated and there. The passenger: travel to am icy lie sentiment t. should unite in allaying the IIl1w'f't went to ""park"Jllr svveetllcarlstwice
P in all directions, even indoors. The created a week. Courting then meant business l
it that impossible )((1'. Xl'at from Indian river would be, considerable misapprehensions sought; to bo l forpartisan I
was : Maria Sanchez: creek was! frozen OUT to a \ purposes during (ho late \political : aid New Year's was a good time I to
the increase in the and
reported the fact to his wife, who stated that production ship distance feet from the campaign, tend by nil proper means affordassurances commence. Tho boys then went to I.oI'l'lhl'lr
on Thursday alternoon she saw two coloredmen incuts of fruits and vegetables would I be ofn'ntr or mare: : to capital and industry of "saleand sweethearts at seven dusk\ in the evening, f
the fence below the house astonishing:. and the line timber along: the' shore. During ho whole of Thursday: ice profitable investment.: I Ye, h.tu..llI\'ill' and remained I until nine o'clock. What ,
cross just formed even in the sun, and. all out!-dnar tail encourage immigration bv legitimate would I the boys of I ho present day say to
line would be constant of every
a source revenueto
and proceed in the direction of where the work was necessarily: suspended The mercury moans lit our command.% .And I foci that "style of courtship ? Hut things have
body was found. She said that each of the the road. It would pay from the start, that I but utter I sentiments of the entire changed; the t Now 1'emrof even tacutyyeursugmi
men carried small tin buckets. Xcar the and in two or three years: would be one of indicated a temperature of from twenty III'oph'-frolll Ivscainhia's:: beautiful bay to and the New Year of (UI'l'I'I'hlrnh'cl\ ( : }

dead man's found a tin buckets the best paying{\ roads in the State. The Indian to tWI'l1t.four'uryillg according to locality. the magnificent ::Johns, from our northern \'II"Ilh'ltill'l'l'l'lIt. Tho lust New Year's day
body was
It was he coldest day which we limits: to the bright Key of the Gulf, was but little OIIlI'l'\'I'lllll'rl-ll\l..i1\l'o went 1
to those curried by the two men reported people are vitally interested;; so, have experienced for We have not where (tllIlonl' exile rests! In conscious security on as usual, them was no excitement, und
likewi..eare those along the line, and years. but for the ringing of t the bells uf of
as being seen by Mrs. Xeal. Mr. Neal every under (the hl'ClIlIIII of our flag, whilst some
came to the city and reported the facts to citizen of Orange county should feel the )learned to what extent ojango trees have weeping: over (ho fate: of the beautiful Queen the churches It would have scarcely I been
importance of having the northern terminus been damaged, but presume tiiatyouitgtrees of \lIlill4-wl.'u I extend! a )hearty observed that tho day was u legal holiday, '
order from Justice
the Upon an welcome to all visitors and to made no by our forefathers. May our rcuilcrs -
must have received much injury. Thursday: a God-speed\
Jordan Mr. Oak brought the body to the of su important road on our soil.-About e'l'rdlll'r who desires to become a citl.enof : have many Happy New Years.
night a rain set in, and, as it was: still /freezing
city, when ti post'! mortem examination was u year since, Mr. J. W. Wellington purr Florida. "'1' question\ neither their nu-
held by Dr. Knight. A coroner's jury was chased ten acres of I land of General Sanford, we were treated to an abundant displayof th'ittI'ir political views: nor religious.sentiments. l\ 1'It.l.1''E..
I lying between Mr. John Hughey's and; icicles Friday morning.; Altogether the All that wo ('uIIII'III'l' I is, hut Special u.h.Itfrom, Purls allude to the
then empaneled by Coroner )[. C. Jordan, of cold spell is: the most severe for many years: (they honor-loving and lutv-nbidiag, serious drain of gold from the bunk of J
which John L. Edwards was elected foreman Judge Cocke's places, one and a half miles Owing to our geographical\ and semitropical Franco, and to the remedy for the unavailability
south of :Sanford. A piece of scrub lain! and makes us long for the glorious days of of live franc silver t
and after hearing some evidence adjourned we \possess: advantages i pieces (unlimited .,
until the of the crossed the northeast corner on which he !'l'rillg.-Tlle :St.: :Sebastian: "saw-mill appears claimed: by no other State! of the Union. legal lender throughout Franco and the
4 Friday. Upon hotly built his house. The most of the piece was to bo busy:'! day and night, for the rattling To utilize these advantages to their full extent In Union), in dealing with the foreign
\ dead man was found an unaddresscd'! postal of the machinery can be heard at lute it i is not only necessary: to "secure immigration exchanges adverse as I hey are and have
card. It had evidently been written by him low palmetto land, somewhat similar to the ; but also that handmaid of pro- been 1'ursol0ngalime to Franco, while in
flat woods but hous. This: is an evidence, at least, (hat I the iron With (the favor of London und New
self and reads as follows : generality : susceptible to gross- p l'ortlltioll. p peninsulaof York, ut a rate
thorough drainage, which he has effected.Of work of improvement goes: Oil in the old I our State furnished with proper transportation which luakes it profituhle to export gold to
JACKSONVILLE! FLA., Dec. 27, 1880. city.-.SY. Atiynsliiie I'retn. and railroad facilities secured to ho said cities Tho Minister of Finance, M[.
Hear Grand Paint : the scrub and palmetto land he has: now West ; with their magnificent lands and! Magnln, Is! IIOwillill1( to reopen the question

I scat myself to drop you a few lines: to cleared, and part in garden, between two S&ullle virgin forests: who can predict our future! ? upon( the basis urged by the United
let you know why is it I have not come and three acres. The early part of this Owing to the\ embarrassed condition our I. !Slates, III 1878.\ Kxceptions: are taken to the
home get. I went to work and got all ready week we visited it ami were pleased to witness Mr. L. Presoott purchased the ma Internal Improvement' I Fund all may not boaccomplished c'xl'l'dulIl attitude of l ranee. She Is obliged
to come home on Christmas and then met chincryfor aifty-horsepower( "saw-mill! with : ut once that is ,h'Hirlith'IlUt to aid the bank by depositing therein hers'old
with a bad mifurtlllll.-tost all my money his: success in gardening. In fact his u capacity fomiwing twelve fifteen thousand : let us work unitedly and unceasingly to receipts from customs" and! tuxes The
and then was compelled to fail and now at efforts have proved satisfactory enough to the HIII''I'S-IUt' hose\ grand 06 Vets. Florida, business. of the bank hud<<1 greatly increased, 1
feet to be1 erected at Pendryvillc
work for $1.25 per day. Well at present. induce him to purchase five additional acres, u day, or near indeed stands hut upon the threshold of her within the last' few months, und her gold(
Coming soon us I can. on Like Kustis.: Mr. I'fl'seolt'H greatness. With her climate and "oil and coin Is rapidly Yours truly G. son running from his place to Sanford avenue, a number of new settlers: are coming In and \'lIrh'lll'l'olllll'tlolls, her future is full of hope estimate! that outside, of the bunk ut' France

JEFFERSON PARISH. and lying between the school house lot and much building is going on in that "section and full of promise.: An intelligent and enterprising there Is about .VNNMNNI.OIIU) 's.-IfNNJ,. I
I This is all that is! known of the unfortu- Judge Cocke's. He showed us some Irish people, blessed with Much resources' '', (KHi.ntitMii/ gold<< -In he( country, that Is with.n .
cold winter
-As predicted we are having a can but build! up great and prosperouscommonwealth (the limits of France in circulation inpriyule
[ flute man, and it is supposed that he was potatoes, large as hen's eggs, that were for Florida. Fur two weeks the weatherhas Let us, then, dovoto ourselves [ nourils./ He claims therefrom that

I one of the laborers imported here from XorthI planted on the scrub land on October 2<>th. been cold with the exception of two to those great objects worthy of hero Is no immediate dearth of gold out-

Carolina or Virginia to work on the rail- From the same land he has been raising pKasfur days only. Thursday morning the thermometer the consideration of the leading minds: of our fide of the bank and that Prtulcecnit thereore -
State.lA't. ft put off the Initiative of another .
time and has onions radishes con.Vrence
some post, ,
I road. stood at :27 and at this writing i
iis hope that the asperities engendered ( until some further manifestations a
I The following table will show the total and other vegetables growing- likewise Friday morning freezing ruin is falling, by the heated) discussions of the\ canvass favorable to the double totuultur.ll'ullle from

I number of deaths in this city for the years some very thrifty-looking strawberry plants, i chilling you to the marrow. So far orangesare have died away, and that us American citizens "England: und Germany. DcputvM.Souhcv-
I and 1880 On the low, or palmetto land, he has let I proud uf our country" we will cherish run, on the other hand, claims that iinmediite I -
171) : safe the in the trees is down because
; sap 1l1l.1 lend should be
our n'pllhliclllllllliWutillll:! a hearty steps! taken to reconsiderhe !
\ So. ."0. tuce, white turnips, rutabagas, sweet potatoes of the long cold spell! and it will require an acquiescence and cordial Minport to those reasonable pro-owitlon| of he United

{I Mouth. White, (.'olored.' and other vegetables growing! to i>crfcction. I extraordinary freeze to injure them.-/./'<,*- placed III jxiwer I by the people./ With true states made in I the IIllllu'tUrt.'fJU''I I of

1 January.............................. 0 5 The only fertilizers he has used are i loyalty and) devotion loan "indissoluble 87H, and hekhclcvcd' that the 1"lUIt would
i February ......... .................. 22 0 bone meal and ashes.: His experiment bury union of Iwll'lotrlldillellutl'll," we will cherish low le nl''II'l1 und result most favorably
I March .............................." 13 0 I and, without mental reservation, I to and trade, as us to
April ................................. 1 j 5 proves conclusively that any of the saw palmetto Ii i of the Hoard of lIee,"". the constitution of our country, with all of the placing of thuiiumicel' ate the nation ona
Isiay.................................... 0 t fj (land if suitable fur nothing else, is At a meeting of the Hoard of Health, held amendment I believing that a strict adherence sill,id basis.. If nothing were done, he etasfearful

June.................................. U 10 good land for garden lug if properly handled.A on the 5th day of January 1881: the following to its! provisions will prove the of a financial storm arising .(rout
July ................................... 12 10 great deal depends on getting the land in prophet's rod which is to sweeten the waters the difficult monetary situation of Germany.
.\ugust ...... ......... ............... -( 9 resolution was adopted.Jletolted from which have flown the bitter strife of the l'cluulatiul of gold) in United
September\ ........................ 9 15 proper cultivation, and in having fresh seed. by the limird u Health, of the (:its the past. Knowing sectional linos and uii tendency of the latter to legislate
{October .............................. 13 12 Mr. Wellington raises the Xanseiuond, t of Fernandinn Flurida, That wo regard the fostering no sectional animosities I let our in the intercut of gold. The balk of
a November............................ 15 4 potato which cannot be excelled by any action of the National Hoard( of Health in patriotic impulses be us I road as the Union France 'has now only 221 |>cr cent, of goldto
|December........................... 9 5 Journal. establishing a health quarantine station itself and as pure as the inspiration! that meet her note circulation, und I if she l Is
other.-Sanford on Black Lt.'arll Island, Sa|>do Sound, Ga., gave to us the divine injunction of "peace much further pressed or dralltllie will be

i Total .............................135 'JOi 1-"t name as tending very greatly towards the prevention on earth! good will towards men." obliged to puy out .Unr pieces! 1
Gentlemen connected with our railroad of epidemics being introduced from foreign As to our colored! |xipulutlon.. I can but which will result in seriously disturbing the F

Grand total....................." 225 ports along the Southern Atlantic coast, assure them that their rights and liberties rule of exihange e on I.Hllul, New York
| Total Xo. of deaths in 187'J: 171 affairs, pcnt a day or two here this week. and a measure absolutely necessary towards are secured! by the great; fundamental law of and other great centers, us compurcd with
Ez From Mr. lloardman we learn that General the prevention of dangerous" t'IidcmiClt.'e the l'uuu us well as hut( of the State, und France.

a Increase in 1880................ 34i Yarnuui has taken the contract to grade therefore most earnestly call the attention that they need entertain no fears of their .
of the Representatives (fit Congress: and especially violation. Their equal rights before the Office ."ot e.
Mr C. IJ. McClenny will have charge ofBhe twenty miles from Palatka westward. Gen- the IJepresentativcs. from Florida legal tribunals will be maintained( : equal) Otc Jlwun--Vrain 8:0: A. M. to fi.OO; r. u,
State convicts this year instead of Major rat Yarnuui is here with a few hands fur the and Georgia, to the urgent necessity of an justice fully meted out, and their future Orlll'l and It'glltl'rl'llltll from

jWyse, Mr. McClenny will begin today toBmild purpose staking out the route for his con appropriation to carry on Maid health feta prosperity left to their own industry and HI: A. ma. to 1:00: p. alli 2JII.; M. J
with tract. Aftertheholidays, one hundred hands, ton, and ask them to present this: matter thrift, assisted and encouraged by good government IA, 3:30: p. w, Sundays) from 10:30: 11:30 A.
a blockade 40xGl feet, together before Congress at the earliest! moment. I as the result. of equal and) jut laws td. ami 3.30;; to 4:30: r. M,
(the necessary outbuildings, etc., about six( or more, will be put upon the road at once, The clerk was instructed to forward a copy i To you, Governor Drew, allow mu to nay ARRIVAL AND liEHAUTfUE or W i
will and at least three hundred will be employed that in )laying aside) official rol TIE \1.
niles west of this city. The prisoners to the National Hoard of Health at Washington your 1f. you Xorthern JI and to in the course of this month. So far things carry with you the affections and esteem of Closes "
ll>e brought here in a few days put P. W,
I). C. and to each of ..
representa the |>eople of Florida, whom you to Southern
look encouraging fur Putnam and / JIail-Arrives 3: t
work the road.-Mr. 31. J. county p.
on Waycross::: tives. C. A. HALEY, faithfully, no honorably, and *o evidently Chutes U U )
BJrown, of Mandarin, arrived here'csterlay. the county site, I'alatka-oll Wednesday Mayor and Chairman Hoard of I Health. served ; und it is a source of great pleasure M. Maru'i ami Trader' Jlill 10:00: ) A. M.
is the wind was blowing hard from to me having IMH.MI I officially aid intimately Jai-
in what morning
fend that all of the oranges Arrives Tuesday und Srt
says W. F. WOOD J R",t,11'rk. 'ric) v, ti.
associated with for four
known as the Mandarin settlement haveteen the southeast. In the afternoon of the same you nearly years, Closes Mondays and Thur1 at8.u( ) A, M,
to I hear willing toxtimony to your devotion
[ ruined. The loss at that place is esti- day, the wind whipi>cd round suddenly to Yor.\u m'mtress : "Mary, what do )'oUlJ'tln to the t State's be t Interest May your years Arrives*. Jy) Ga. and(l/ at MO '

inated at $fI5OOO.-The latest information the northwest bending the mercury down by chalking the soles of my boots?" lie long, llC.'UC'l'fulaull protqxTous! to wear the 1 iUul1 and ThufYI ut 2M A, M.

from Orange Mills i is to the effect that the with a rush.! The night was unusually! cold Mary : Well, ma'am the fact is, I have a laurels freely placed by the ]>eopleof( your Tuc'l Wlln'll'urull4at'da'f at i .($) A r., N N., ;. ,
air of boots exactly the Mine as yours and State UI'1I your brow. -
ranges have not been damaged, but that but we did not suppose that the morning of {[ like mine best and I chalked your") that And now, fellow-citizens( un'"ulh'lllllune' (Close Tuesday, Wednesilays,, '
|he limes and lemons are injured-.\ gen. Thursday would find the thermometer down I[ would know the dlt14ren'etween' yours 'by desire to promote the best interests of .'rIYJIU.t Sat unlay* at 2:r. >i, f

Ileman from Crescent City informed n$ this to 21 and 22. 31 r. Corning reports hi* ther- and mine." our 'beloved State, 1 crave your. confidence .HUl. T. Kini>ctl.,"J'!. )(.






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"" ,, i iIn.r I ., ". Barbara," Rni'l she, !'Mi-Mcnlv, ,10 you When he arrived the train had gone, nil, thc r''ln.ll'ls'le.\\gu..tus' Fitzhugh insensible, placed
hold our dear oiui with they WIll convict )Ir. Fitzhugh of suspicions! having been aroused nt his sudden her cold il \

crasp, a horse "tl'nlillJt?" bending down to pickupa\ exit, an officer had followed 11m nndnrreCtelllll loverSlowly blood returned to and
i spool!' of the
We hear their voices, : \ !sewing silk that she pretended to for selling stolen 11
look Into have 1 !Ulpnell the titans eyes ,
dropped cheek young OPCI'I
; }
And upon{ the floor. to Ilo
betwixt In !
yet, in that hOfe. Th(1hore proved lighting the angelic
should dazed at
A I know what they are likely er's that he ridden, without frttlit
distance lies I to It,), without property \ welled back in torrents to
knowing anything about leave and offered for sale without authority, faelit 1 he forward to
We the evidence against him?" 1 than his pale features, and sprang
less was
cannot know their hearts answered, with as was shown, much
sudden feeling dawning in mind rl'el\lg child said thealllicted clasp the dead girl in his arms
may my sold\ My ,
Amy took a deeper interest wh,1 ,0 A nv, recalled to life by tll1 ,
Mingle the
thought ,
matter the
aspiration! hope ; than I had hitherto! parent to !trikllIY npeiici'l: ; her and with one hand
W of eyes 'ltlett
e cannot reach them, and in are the facts that attorney '
and the other
ike il To enter there Hurbara, said Amy, coming: to me and i is prepared to tie You must tear theimage clasped in that; of her ,
on.rikcli ) hiding hiT motherless; face in mv bosom, of this (' lrore. from heart forever bv her happy father.
Still, in each heart of hearts a ) and clasping the about the neck, Ikurbrtra. and forget! you ever knew your IIU' ," and.Imy Suddenly the report of a pistol was heard,
o the Lies, never fathomed by its dearest I want you to learn every }particular concerning without a word, was led to her chain and John )lllessington was carried away with
can With closest care our purest the prl't'IIC\Il'ri.kllcc\ against this ber'whcre I heard her pacing nearly the a pistol ball buried in his brain, and he
keep, : man, and let me know it at the earliest }pns- whole in !! agitation never poke nor moved ngain.
And tcndcrcst. sible 1110 III ell t." lig'1 1l'lle were clearly shown One word i in explanation! of Amy disappearance
esw ; Hut," I began, by way of reinon.france. by\tie )' reluctantly given by the and supposed suicide by 'lowling

,ikef Hut, blessed thought 1 we shall "Ito" lint .t'II*' time this, I |beg of you, Har- young man's testimony employer, but Augustus Fitz and sudden reappearance on the /Cene.
vcthts: so hara, said the girl, with an energy and ve hugh, whom the full horror of his situation After the retiring of the jury without a
ac In darkness and in sadness walk ; ; hemence that I had never hitherto 'witnessed upon seemed to dawn for the first time, verdict, which was now the result of a doub
::e airnii There comes a glorious day when i in her. "If that man is g'lIiltof a crime," declared that on the evening before leaving having arisen in tho mind of one of

know : said she, impetuously I "then there is no H-his friend, John Jllwsington, had put into rymen of the testimony)' of John Hlessing
As we are known truth left in man," and, the tearful face his hands a letter from the firm requesting ton being worthy of belief. Amy resolved

Elinor Gray, ill the turned to mine revealed the shuddering horror him totake the horse in 111'.tiOI to the county to rescue the prisoner and flee -she knew
that I then saw was making her life a town where he ha.d dispose of not where. She placed an opiate in hoi
kctlLike1 BAI11111IM'S; --- ---STOllr.1110n't ---- -- protracted agony, the more intense in her it at the best rate he could I The letter, henlh'dgl'l1 father's coffee that night, secured his key

own bosom his friend John had handed him while he slept, and, after sending the watchman
kotlLiku think I have ever "Arl1RIli,1 I, with all the firmness I I before he was ready to depart, away on 1 pretended errand of herfather's
our village is in the county could muster, "tell\ me the particular of and he nf accordingly)' gone to the stable, she opened }'it7.huph's cell door and
kea m, always been so since the colonial ; this mystery in all their details and I will !saddled the horse and set out (,early the following begged him to flee unti could
it i is \ do all wish" .
though really now of but you before His be
dlii to us, yet we are very tenacious of \ ; The agitated'girl sank upon her knees at morning having written lght. such elplo'l'rdClli'el )cUC'r. Cstahlbhell consented, but fearing that
so much so that we have frequent my side and began her recital as follows : John Hlessington denied le rcucant might suffer harm, returnedand

ike tics with our sister town, who, You will remember, Barbara, that dur any such instructions, and having here ,11'1\'efl'1 learning from a returning market man
Tre size and population, like all other ing the February term of the court I went rested from the town that Andy was tohn'e
ike is apt to bo greedy, and wishes over to spend! a week with aunt at Band .Everybody expected! the verdict would be commited suicide he supposed

On the court-houses. remained nearly u month, returning only returned) gulltv within live minutes, but, to of frenzy court-house and declared
ike After every small victory in I when sent' for to attend to papa's illness the surprise ot' all there was a disagreement, himself guilty of the crime of which he
ike manage to hold our own, we I that" so alarmed us all that time. and the judge jury to he locked was oeI"I1 John Hlessington, supposing
grand illuminations, and the It was while at aunt's house: that I met up for time orlll'relllll'. prisoner was led ) to have really occurred, avowed
bonfires. I suspect! that some of with Mr. Fitzhugh, who is now confined in away' to his llgl. suddenly darted across his crime, from what mnst be presumed to
mansions were built prophetically that horrible cell that makes me shudderevery the passage l'IIIIV 11 frllt I the prisoner, catching be remorse. Hearing Amy come downstairs
such illuminations, or else why time I think of it. The evening IIO'r1In' for 'incut her flounces on the large habited for her flight: she knew not
of them I wot ot'extremely arrival at my aunt's house cousin John !brass button of the oflicer. For moment whither that nigh I followed. her to the

twenty-four windows in its gable came home with a couple of acquaintances) she' put out her hand to disengage 1 the fri bridge across race, where she paused,
lEW facing the northeast: ? Of what (' to spend the evening with my namesake: lace, then, without looking toward the to rest one moment, and where she evidently -
'}1'r builder have beiMi thinking save of Amy Illesvingtoii, who is a noted belle at oner, tore the ruffle impatiently away anddisappeared for the frt time began to reflect where
is"hv8 mination, whicii would certainly 111Il1llalwlI'S has a crowd of young men I leading note unpercehed in she should Asnddetgustofnight wind
'f"1 if one could afford tho proper fluttering" in her train ,ri>uner's hall 1 Fitzhugh was led, blew her hat and veil into the stream. I
\ ,, candles! .? \ ; At the first glance from :Mr. Fitzhugh's dazed and'll the operation, to his came forward and caught the poor child in

Aloy Our being the county: town handsome! brown eyes I felt an irresistible cell!,!, with..the; note (crumpled! in, his hand._ mv arms as she sank down in a sort of
among us some quaint odd t attraction towards him and it seems that this I l lie following morning as I the gray dawn! swoon; and bore, her back .to my' room,
T which would be quite lost in attraction was mutual.\ I saw before the began to steal through the halls and corridors where she continued in a Il'ric: of fainting
twgro'tl community. A diamond in a evening was over that both my cousin John ofh.frowning building, a sudden hurrying fits the.remainder of the night. Not thinking
no hint of its age, nor and his sister I Amy were put out at the mutual fel111 shouting of men was heard her equal to being interrogated then, I
litt u history ; but in an antique one, interest shown each other by Mr.( Fitzhugh :and the cry rang through! the chill morning left the household in ignorance of her placeof
Un at once that it is an-heirloom, and and myself. This pique'became 110IlIlIrkC'11 air that tlle'f'had l I'CClIlIlIl'scape of prison partial concealment! and condition until
dos_ grow curious us to its antecedents. that when next day in walking to ers. Men hurried to the sheriff's room to : Augustus! was borne out into the square,
aU : old Barbara would have been a \ the village l'ostol1l(1111l'cicfl'lItnlh' met Augustus (find him in 1 torpor, and when he final' I when Ill'llllcr father to his still swooning
woman in any other atmosphere and he insisted on walking home was awakened, it was to leur that )' child, and he carried her to the same placeas
byen rl but to us she was one of our \ with lime, I begged him to leave me at the 'of Fit/.hugh'fl cel had taken from him has already been
as such noticed and made much of. \ corner of the street leading to my lIunt'home I in his sleep, cl.1 door unlocked, and theprisoner Not long afterwards Iarmt'll ifrresignedhhs

of The little we knew of her without coming with me to the was em The look that came to office and retired to private life, and AlI

des( this : Her husband-,for Barbara door. the !shcritrs face whl'l the full appreciation and Augustus married, and, happy in el(
(which I mention to show that "This little mystery thus innocently bo- of this Information.lawn'dlpon his mind other's affection, made his declining days
haX10r is: not altogether confined; to spin ) gun, led finally to repeated meetings'anil it is i\ lh. eril'. far pleasanter than they had ever been while
many strolls out to the park-like commons ; ?" he. tome vexed with theatres
husband, I say, had her put in jail I ) 11,1 turning and responsibilities of
slight! offence, preferring no doubt :: surrounding the pleasant old village of 11-, with a look of agony, but without waiting bis unpleasant public duties
gr! ; law should punish her rather than where my aunt resides, amid before my return for an answer, he hurried to her room and
to mutual interchange of vows unalterable burst in the door without the latch
which she resented ,
so deeply or turning
tU dignity so keenly that she affection between us. Augustus came rather to find her bed, untouched und the poor Tin COTTON.KING.
( would never come out of durance. rarely to my aunt's house during my stay asmycousin child gone without a vestige to indicate her
He have her Amy was so l''hll'lIth'lIlIl.ll'ph'elilllllOr : whereabouts.I I The distracted father, in a I.AIiliKST ( :
CLItd' may laughed at TiE 'I.unuXI OXE OF THE LAKllKST -
<'11 of him as to make me almost wild stupor, sank into a chair, from which for
1" law IX WORLD.
never keeps u prisoner longer ;JXl'F.\ltUElti
with agitation lit her open preference for the he refused to stir all the
alottod time ; but Harbara was in 1101'lt commotion Mr. Hichardson of Cresson Miss i is
him, and cousin John nearly mad the
my as and rui-hingof i the
\ with her threat, and her woman's deputiesthruugh I cotton in the world
largest planter and is
with ,
jealousy at so imperfectly veiled
my out the jail, talking at unable
once, were
her. time she 11 the
livery was : sentiments. cotton king of America He has worked
to An hour later
committed some Petty act of \' "Things remained this ('OIlI1itioIlUlllil assistant 11'011:0 i deputies came towards one the of house the I hmlll his life and is stl working. He is
as breaking windows or being the from home of with the and especially so
dispatch mv father's illness with hat and mnf! !
: a of
for which she would bo arrested :WOI'Itrw fragment with his colored laborers.
He is
: C'1\I1"c.'I1! me ti>return suddenly\ I without vail found generally
a ( on the of
imprisoned. 'This: she did so often : h\1 slope believed to have accumulated from
. tai even time to sec Vitzliugh to say good-bye the mill-dam ( the branch of t5UOO-,-
upon a
sheriff sure that u wilfu' woman to him ; and from that time to this I have tree that lay lodged caught upon the to the 000 to $120,000,000, nlmade in the South, the
her way, as well as uwllAii nn, i not seen nor heard from him until I saw him dam. apron I poor South. Eght hlHlrlt hands are employed -

ing that she was dctcrmined/t.o f'j brought in here that day as a common male With the crowd that surrounded the officer in three-fourths of
.f.fI expense of the county ; she might factor. Why he has not written toe nor who brought in these mementos of the whom are women, gathered from the surrounding -
be useful, employed her us come to me nor my father before this I have missing girl came John Hlessington, with country, good, faithful, industrious -
.ft jail kitchen. She had full liberty no means of knowing. If his: assurances: of face such as 1 never saw on be a and intelligent The remaining fourth
and out, and she was particularly love for me were sincere, why has he not fore. That I poor Amy had drugged lurtallan her father are men and boys gathered from various
down to the river bhorc. ,places, few from the Northand
going given me some evidence of it-some words to cause his unnatural sleep, released tho : few from
she was an inland woman and the : ; in the three long months that have elapsed prisoner, and either destroyed herself in the England and Scotland, who work 400 looms
novel to her, or whether tho water since my return from H-? It is the doubt, mill race, or been murdered by 811(1ISIN0spindles. In cotton these mils
old loved friend, as it is to all of our the agony of this uncertainty that is killing Fitzhugh, seemed now self evident Augustus to all, consume hales daily from eighteen to

nity, Barbara never said. me. Pride, in part, !:Iu tnmell11\e up to the and many were of the opinion that to the besides an euIrnousquantityof wool),
The children fl'garllell1ll'r with i time I was horrified at seeing him led in between crime for which he had just been tried he obtained mostly from the Florida parishes of J
und curiosity, and would always ::; two constables the other day but all had added\ that of murder of the de Louisiana on Lukel'ontchartrain. The pricesof
sand pies to speak) to her my doubts faded away when I looked into luded girl. Excitement was so great that the product of these millsare kept down
.. because they admired tho wonderful those eyes of his, and I long to tell him that t the ol1l1'c'rl' of the court decided to convene to rock bottom, and these mills being situated -
of her character which preferred 1 at least do not believe him guilty, and the court, adjourn over until the next in the Southern cotton belt and in the
certain. circumstances to freedom, never shall so. believe so long as life re day As ant judge came in through a side wool producing districts, and no freights to
they knew she insisted upon mains." door shout was heard outside, and a few pay on cotton, their facilities for buying the
in her cell every night as the My poor child;' said I, with a forced minutes afterwards Augustus Fitzhii"h raw material are without doubt unsurpassed)

prisoners were, can't say ; I only smile, yet with 111r'I sinking at the heart, rushed into the courtroom, followed by'a and they can thus undersell 11 others.
was a heroine to most of tho " hupefur_ tho .., hit we_ must go iiirest c'rOnlof men who seemed ready to tear him at sa\'inh'in freight, having pay none
t t ? amounts to seven
village. : u your father anti U'llll 11. limb from limb. 11 or eight dolar per
One morning it was announced "Oh I have wanted to tell him the With a face whit as that of the dead These coods find n rnulv .. ,. _nil.
Barbara was dead. She had died in truth," sail the now erlllHd and weeping the prisoner leut upon the bench. the large cities. The mills are now running
keeping to her word, and girl should have done so at once "Otticer, bring in the jury," said the judge, day and nigh using the Hrush el..trl
oner until the great releasor of all upon my return had not his: ih1sl at first with a sternness awful to hear. As the jury lights, the buildings us Iright lS
freed her. prevented, and shame at wal Augus tet into their sl'all the prisoner arose, and day. The night hands are separate dis
Hut it isn't old Harbara's own tus's unaccountable silence afterward prevented. voice out of which all life, all hope, hands from those that work in the day.' All
began to tell, but one she win fond ." seemed to have fled, declared that lie desired has work harmoniously together There
ting, and which made no little 1 took her hand without replying und led to withdraw the plea of not guilty and such never been a strike nor any threats of
time it happened, though now it is ; her to her father's sitting room, mil after a change it to guilty. The prisoner's counsel a thing. There is no colored labor {'11lo'l'd
membered by a few of the old brief statement of the facts left them together sprang forward to stop the iumpetuousyoutli, 1 1, except live Illl as (firemen. This
alone. I afterward learned from the but it was too late. cannot be utilized to manage the

The prettiest that was in the sheriff the main facts of that interview, Jentlemcn of the jury," said the judge, looms and SpindleThe monotonous hum
!. sinee 1 came there, old Barbara which was a long und sorrowful one to that have you agreed UJI1 a verdict?" claimed ming and droning of the machinery, it is
one day, was Amy Wallace. She shockllll.lnlfl'.tollate parent who saw his lletore the reply could be formulated a to would invariably soothe the negro
like forget-no-notsand. u skin like hopel'slv attached to a man voice from near the court-house door rang tl'l and let the looms run wild and the

there was no more' harm in her MisjiectM, us ) of being u through the crowded room Hold," and available foul Hence he is not considered 'l
one's thinking than in a pretty dull.The l'OIIOI thief. John Hlcssington came forward with his Cresson as 1 laborer in cotton factories.
I.heritl'WILi very fond ot his : The rd10rtof the sheriff Will disheartening eyes bloodshot, his clothing in disarray, and ulation is avery thriving town, and its pop-
and well he might be for she was enough Augustus Fitzhugh was young walking to the win{ bench, turned to orderly and temperate. There is not
child. Hut he wasn't altogether man from u respectable but reduced family: judge und jury. !" said he, in a a grog shop in the town
his widowed mother having only a limited hoarse and ".
ble about her : for though she'd ngiatl'll'ul'e, \Ugu hli Fitz
him u bit of trouble in her life he income to support herself, and with tl.tC hugl is illCl'nt. fUll'll the order for him Till MISSISSIPPI 1jI".1 rnou;
/ she'd marry a worthless fellow, and habits that made it dillicult for her to :l'l011\ l'I\!' 'Cr'hore at D., for which LKM.
marry fall in love with one. You spare much to her seta The latter had ac- I he hiS for stealing. I -
wife was dead, and so he had all the cordinglv l'lh'n'lln mercantile house us 10111lhe this pretended letter, and > crril'lllll Itule wffii Jul.tilllore Say la1 the difficulties
sibility. lie didn't know much ; left school 111 had ri"l'l to u goodposition I from his jacket I followed him to the in 'clgilering science has to encounter
and the esteem of his employer.Amy's town where the the of the best
and he did about men, and he \\' aniumallvussuldandittcite.i means for prublc1 .
trusting them, especially with.his cousin John was his f.lnerk, and the officer to follow and arrest him at the Jlississippi i und navigation of the
So he kept her pretty tight, only l although a sort of friendship txlstll ween !. station, where he missed the train that to the 1U tributaries:, from their
now and then to see an aunt the two )young men, John Hlossington was night. 1 intercepted his letters to my cousin wK* "e commensurateof
go safely in the country of u jealous di ll"I'1itol that found constant Amy durin\ tml'( he was away at the uter."Vrf utul! of that mighty volume
rivers of
couldn't abide living in the outbreaks at Fizhugh's business tact. South, poor Amy to suppose that he Eurupc are but rivulets -
Amy ulongshde
of (hats !
the f so suddenly and hud her. btreau', lich '
house. She said it made her low 'VhC'1 rmCr '' forgotten twenty degrees :
und she couldn't sleep at night ,',ply enamored with our little Amy this I did all this for love of that poor child, pf of atitlule anti twenty-four
the prisoners. It worried her that f jealousy could hardly be restrained ""t a and jealousy of Augustus Fitzhugh, the dl'Ir'l of falling two miles in a
(YOlntssarose ietyecnthetwo young prisoner at the bar" 5U rules, draining 1250000
and she Itl'l1
to be tried and punished:! Sluul'e smiles
In the midst ,
of the y--lmaryIng
revulsion of
she her father there 1l'1 feelings anlual
clared if ly
The day that our dear .\1was called that came over the crowded court the jurymen I "olUle of water equal to 1.15 cubic
; ba a prisoner to be tried at court miles, and currying i -
chances to blip homo Augustus was sent very unexpectedly gathered one moment fur consultation, ofsulid il su II'Iiol 011 part
give them so many matter
\ distant to the affairs of u and, in the midst of in every **
seemed to vex her so much, that n town arrange a sudden rush, the fore tire volume. The parts of its eu
merountilehouse where announced autumnal
about correspondent the man to the judge : total of this su.-
never mentioned and anything be sure the young man was employed, and had been \Ve have agreed I, aunt' our verdict is, make peudOt matc'r emptied into the gulf wouI.l(
h--r hearing, you may there but a day or two before his appear- Not guilty." i I Ole itmile bjUare ut the btL.t

no questions.One the end of \ alI'as a prisoner at our jai, as recounted The shout that rent the court-room was I Rlit river 2'feet high The delta of this great
day, it was near the of this On the Mon and echoed utelel: rlarl to its
beginning Itor) outside and Augustus > uII c'oullul'ncc
Amyan4l chanced to be together Fitzlught\ Ohiu :
wih at Cairo
preceding returned' and left, us he was borne on men's shoulders ,
hall I scrubbing it, and s'je! had \ ) 1, to come to our village Instead, how- into the public "}Uaf' wher he swooned out 1 floods. below that ili low laud, and liable to
t t tell me she was going to pay u :: \' of coming direct he had deviated to away)' and was thought have from :at high water.I.uubefore time{'

i uunt during the out May of doors term and The II\ \ )\ through an adjoining (county towir, the suddetoy at thus escaping (ll(a fate try WINtll' by the White man these 0U'
tierce great
blowing horse fUJls were dreaded
wher he had brought : tlllnYt'f'z so ignominious and there is II.i-
I ti
its '
making own \0 ( '
brush was that
bin- for sale, haste As the crowd of awe-struck the race of
etl.t '
utlJ't'11 ( spectators moun
aud I builders
failed to hear any footsteps I walked md sought to
we unu across M the ( ,
seemingly 'utrl b"
l't'ivl tht dead
that had money) urunl or dyiii" of tll'U men
the ; It\t'
it was but two country the evening .111- youth, ihert. door suddenly"und
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frontdoor; instead was ,111\11 live or four miles f --t(reach ,( that aJ'I\"f'l on the scene with tou ICe the 1'nited States lm 'had -
with arisolier. that a catch the trin that should bring him to the lifeless Ukiv of )daughter in his arms great u\r Jn both Lanka of the pwt'rtvtr a
didn't often happen that he of ,
It forward
and I town. brought and kneeling on brought "WMenni : skill has been

brought through the houle, ,. !? bear ulw the tiwrprobltni, and

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'I ';'. ,, a vast amount of money has been spent in .-'ol'l's4lonnllnullhINlnt'N'! '" Cards", rcl-l-;; TIME: CARD: Floril.IInll Western! Railway to nnd! from r( MALLORY'S

bars and !Savannah, and all Northern Eastern and
cutting removing III1W'1" "saw --- -- ------ -- .
OP THE 1.'I.OnllS"'KJlSIIII. MM':,
"'iJ vers," straightening channels: tend building ))r. AUTIIflt: ('. rOUD, Western Cities!
'-. 'ij.g levees. None of the levees were !strong ATLANTICGULFt WEST; INDIATRAX-) At Lake City daily with the 1.'lnritln11-

'. }'" enough, however, to escape occasional! I SIT RAILROAD, tral Railroad to and: from Jacksonville: :: Only Direct Line toe''' fork.jgoA .

\:, c'va."scs"and the widespread destruction pvENTIST PENINSULAR: : RAILROAD, Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise: and Lmdings -
which endued. I Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua, ( WilMa U"lIlIrh,) on (the St. Johns: River. i
")<: The jetty !svstem: applied with so much ASP: At Baldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf \, ,

::{:*;: skill by Captain Eads: to the South Pass, has 43 tf FERNANDINA, FLAwji. CUMBERLAND( : ROUTE.: I; and West India Transit Railway: to and from \1)I

'.:, 'i-,,\\ secured to the river a deep and safe: channel -- Fernandina, Gainesville, (Cedar Kttlllli at.u : t
.:t.n-Sf at its mouth, at a costof a little over $.'),001),. In I-y'fft: Filruary M, 1880.IOI with M earner*: for Tu III 1':1. KeyVcVt: and M' I __ I
::/': (MX), and now the Mississippi river commisJM it. ( IH'U"I:':, Havana. :..:.,.,

,,1 sion, created by Congress in June, 187H proPOSes ( ENERAL: COMMISSION MERCHANT: 1I SOfTll.Leave At (.'Chattahoochee t 'weekly with I THE: FINE I:: STEAMSHIPS: :: ,
: ,. \ a scheme for the improvement of the .pi the People's Line and Central Line Boats; to
if navigation of the river and the security of Atlanta. Ga. ::!.t5. r. ),. and from Columbus. Eufaula.: Fort Saines! "'IS'I'I..n \ "'I'X.\: .
CEXTIIK ST. R. R. PKror tA.' I\'(,' Maeon (Ga. 7...) I'. M.Ll't1"C ,
: NKUI : .\l'IladI: l'ola.11111111111'1' !River Lindings.,7W'Elcgant .
its entire Their
its banks: along length. CAIT. 1 JUNES I : ,
Brunswick: (Ga..... .. (11.1.\! M. ;
." ; entire work has distance been pretty from Cairo wl'l1l11appl"l to the mouth out the of FERNANDINA, FLAHay .\ \ (' Fernandina, Fla.......... .....10.15 A. M. WoodniH'and :-h'I'pill/llllHl Lucas /Patent,Parlor run daily(Coaches between (::1'1'-"' 01' n.\ I.I.\S.

) the river length of 1,100 miles. To clear Leave Fernandina.10.110: AA M.Arrive I Tallahassee: Jacksonville.f. CAIT. RISK.ONE : : I
.;x Corn, Oaf"*, Baldwin, 1.25 r. M. 1" time connection
out the shoal: places in this length of chan- Quick sure perfectSafety
: of the above will lorn-
itch the river which created them must be ------- -- -- -- -- Leave Baldwin; fOriackstmville.; .... l.8: i p. M. El1CI.t1.nT.; : Steamers:

made to do service in removing them. The .\. W. roCKUEU, JXO.: T. Arrive Jacksonville (Cum. Route: ).. 2.115! : 1'. et.Lcuve :20-tf Master Transportation.Utter a 1\1 Ii 1111 for New York e\ery Friday
to suit the title .
comml"io1hlwc! been seeking for means Baldwin: for Cedar-Kt.\.. Lyn \'. M. This line, having no transfers to mnke
to harness! the leviathan and compel the Arrive Waldo (Junction I P. 1':. R) .. 4.11 iM.. and Ocean Steamboats. between

mighty current to clear away channel for .pocKRELL, WALKER YATKS, Leave: Waldo. ",:: 11 I'I.. --- --- -- ,-
a itself. .lrrivelainest'idle. 5.17 r. M.Leave FERNANDINA: ) AND NEW: YORK.Oilers : .

To do this it is proposed to narrow the (COI'KHIJ.t..tJ.K.U, Jacksonville,]) C Gainesville: 5.2:"!11) r. at. \ i: w Sl'111:11UI.I: : : the

t low-water channel to a maximum width of Arrive Vdar: Key. tN! : 0 r. :M. BEST AND I CHEAPEST; TRANSPORTATION :; -
:3,000' feet, by a combined !'ntl'1Iof levees Attorneys and Counsellors', Trams to.t/ Jacksonville)\ and North of Baldwin TO FI.OIIII.1"11: I1'I'J-H: .
and of brush barriers; and jetties.. By this daily. .-----. ..-----"

,; means the space between the new and tilt! FERNANDINA: ) FLA. uoixo; : SOUTH. j MI.OKUIA: I 7. \ FIjOICIIIA }' Vegetables and Fruits: will receive special 1
low-water hank; will be gradually: raisedand I < I J JC care in handling.
the contracted channel, quickened in Leave Cedar '\.. 4.15; .\. M. .'---___-.M" *"'.__.---.Attyn.i
;: How of (current will be scoured out to a Oilier( adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court. Arrive (Gainesville) 8.41 A.M. l'\ :-II'Xcilmc'c'mDIlII.TIOXS: : ARK tI'I

greater depth. This would tend to give\ the Ix'iive Gainesville: .............. ......... 1\.rII.\I. USi': : -l'I..ISS.::

current greater\ uniformity, both of depth "',\J.Tlm R. YATKS Notary Public. (IH ,It Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. 1 R.: June). 9.48" .\:11.: !I I N IJA N J) :m The traveling )public! are olVered the r.d-

and. and enables floods. oil LI'uyO'uIlo.... !9.55 t. >i. '
velocity, to pass: -- vantages of a DIRI-XT (LINE:, WITHOUT) 11N1'
with greater speed. Levees are needed to O. S. OAKI.S Arrive Baldwin.12.17: I'. M. (CHANGES.: Connections made! at
1'\: M It 4> AT"I 0 .11 l .\ X Y !
t, project the work as well as: to protect the adjacent Leave, Jacksonville (Cum. nllllll..III( ) : ; t. M., Jacksonville with all l steamboat for, all
-- ----- -- ---
i out-lying lauds. "Cut-oils" are to 10NTRACTOR. AND BUILDER Arrive Baldwin...... .....................12.o: :! I'. M. on the St. John's, Ocklawaha) and
eschewed! ; it is llntildvisahleto :straighten \Indian : and with the Transit I Railroad
kt the channel to I.'xt'lItlIl1t1 it i iA Nrecommended i Leave: Baldwin. .... .. ..................12.10: I'. )u.Arrive r I1> Y Rivers
111gn'at Fernandina for all railroad stations
1 that caving shores should be l, MASfKAOTtKKSMOULDIMJS. Fernandiia...................... ::1."" I'. M. \ at

!secure!?! by "J1Iatra !
works: of:stone. TURNED: BALUSTERS: : NEWELS: Leave Brunswick! 8Hl p. M. t ,,..,.. ". ;J FHEICI1lTXII( ) PASSENGER: : RATES:

The commi : ; be Over $1,000,000 is asked to start SlllA'I'111Nt'F.1'1'111IllttA Arrive .Atlanta (; 1.15; 1'. M. "" .:: .- ... "' Rates: and Bills\ of
S costly. --.........-- _""'; _\ ---- -r.: Throagh I Lidingto
}1' the improvements, which cannot be com I ) HU.IXU Trains to Cedar Key and South of Bald ( all points,

I.'letl'lnt a less cost: than $:!:llIOO, ) per mile, or .\\11: FLOOR \\'i1l1lailr l'Xl't'l'tlIIl1la1':: SI.ISI'KNGSNoO'IAN: ( : : DANGERS: : For passage' or further Infoimatlon apply

;x :$2'nOClfK)0, ) for the part of the river between ING.Stitir PENINSULAR: : RAILROAD I : to

l'airo1111 the passes.! If the improvements ( lliJintuch..) IS. SOUTHWICK:: Agent.Fcrnandina..
and ClinreliVorh
bo made such Ihwi1l .
can I\t\ll\ figures! ,
be procured very cheaply.: The area of rich A SPECIALTY.DOORS ; Waldo Junction iOINtl! ................ t.,00 .\. M. C. II. MALLORY( ( A CO.,
bottom lands to be Tl'\mIl11',11111ll'r\ a good\ ( or UnIUa'ox: Pier :20 (East t (River: New Viat k.SUIIJIER :2-ti
Leave I Hawthorne. 7.40( \. )1.
11'vee'tem! amounts to :3:2,000square: ) miles, AND} WINDOW FRAMES; -- --- --- ---- ------ ---------
Arrive Locldoosa. 8.10 A. M.
worth !;>''I.,4IIIn.tKlt)i )) at the low price often OF ALL SIXES. And 1>.\ ,'IU ('I.AKK. ; S'IUIUfl.lITII ; :

+ dollars!' per acre. The annual products oft Post Oflice Box 174. liOIXU: XOltTII.
tliereelaintablealluvial lands: at ante-bellum Fernandina Leave Loehloosa. ................... ....10.1< 1 A. M.
F. 14TE.t11FusS'I' "': :
a rates is estimated! would not be loss than jan4 Leave Hawthorne....................... 10.15 A. M. .yTllE I : FAST-ft
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Arrive Waldo .fIlIH.tion..l.I.\: I'. M. .
!?::1!< Traill'4froll'al.l... to l Loehloosa and 1 return .-- ---.
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AND BPJI.DI.n: Tuesilay'flutrsday, ami Saturday.CONNECTIONS. { 1'\O:: EXfilm: |: S : VEGETABIEtLINE. : JOHNS j % +JCITY I'OIVrjK t

THE COLD S\A1\ COXTlt.\CTOlt .0: _____'I" e( ___,*> *-___ _____*
( of the rising rushing
Many generation,
Alachua Street between! Second and Third
: .
down town Wednesday morning with red

noses and tingling\ cars, were :saying that FERNANDINA: FLA. Close connection !is made Atlanta, (Ga.. 1; &

the prcsentjcold: wave was bringing about to and (frolllllllpoillt North, lnst,1V'rst andNorthwest
Orders and estimates from distance Steamer City of Bridgeton
the coldest spell\ of weather we have C'l'rIII : a carefully daily. ''

experienced the South. They do not attended to. .\T N \('osI, IV., CAIT. JOHN FITERALD! I

know. One of the oldest inhabitants of the With Trains for Eufaula Columbus Ida
looks and Stationery Waits)I at Fernanclina: for the I 1)lltlll111111
lower of the interviewed. lIe
part city was Montgomery( Mobile and New Orleans.AT .
Thursday: night \'q.d4l1lp Trains of !tl'ieATLANTIC (
!says! this!! is summer weather compared' with / "YYTILL leave 1'\'rlll11l1l1l1l1li.rJat.k-III1\'ilIl':
what New Orleans has had, and to make nnX\SIIIS.\, ."..\., IT" and! I'II lilt kll, and intermediate landings
110 It ACT. ) It I.: ', C GULF\ ( Vr WEST: ( I INDIA(
With New York and Fernandina Steamship
his!:! words: good, produces an old scrap-book \: on the St. John's' River and Savannah
in which arc pasted clippings from the Line from New York Wednesday, at ..tauI'ININSUL.llt: and Charleston, as folowH:
Wholesale and Hl'ailBOOUS !
Louisiana Gazette printed here fiftysevenyears 10.3UH.: III., and< ago. Two of them are advertisements. ::1.40 p. m.; from Nassau, N. P., on Wccfncsdav From FernandiniiFOR : 1
S'I''I'IOXIU"Iul: for Nassau N. P., Wednesday.With leaving Centre Street I Dock direct for Savannah. '
One dated February 17, 1823: reads: : ; on JACKSONVILLE : PALATKA
Georgia and< ; MA
: : FOR IlSON1'1LIE-
PASSENGERS sleigh and four, will leaveItusin .\ MUSIC, Co. from Savannnb! (in'fuesthtyV'ednrw! I. connection at Savannah I with the steamships \ ;:4)"'- EVERY: WEDNESDAY.-tH.)

day, Friday and! Sunday<< ; for Savannah on and\ trains: for the North.Steamer / .
Carondclet this at 3 o'clock for
)91V'EsT n \Y STBET, Tuesday FrihltlIlIl HII'I\lII1\'. From FcrnandinuFOR
Madisonville, by way of the Canal and Lakc'1'0ntehartrain.
With"Charleston Steamers; (.SV. Jiiliu'n and< It will be provided withlIut1'alo SAVANNAH AM.:' CHARLESTONjWrKVKHY :
and JACKSONVILLE: :, FLORIDA City ]'lIiflfroll) \ Savannah: and Charleston
robes other accommodations foreight
Wednesday and Sunday ; for Savannah and ('\rr. 1'. H. WARD, : ; )FRIDAY.Close .-**
to the driver
Apply onboard
,passengers.or at Libriskin;s stable Passage $5. ,I (;Charleston Monday( and\ \ i'riday. 1.'I1\1'S Centre Street Dock)) every Wednesdayami I connection made with steamers for
and l from St.Mary's
With Steamer l-'hrn daily to << t.
Saturday for SAVANNAH, touching at
The other of the same date, : Ga., and .semi-weekly to and! from Mcllonvillc and Jol1h'rl'riliul..o: with steamers ;
: andDOBOY.GA.
Jr School Itoolts a Spcciully."t5tSU1k SIMON'S for Ock la waha River ; also at Savnnnnh ,
; l'\lH8 OF IIOLLAND- .------- St. Mary's River Jall.lilll'T ( ) with/ steamers for New York, Philadelphia! l
SKATI'S.1.'EW for sale at 111 Customhouse II iivi.mvix KLA.. Boston! and Daltimorc.and at Charleston& with

I street, ready strapped. :;CIIIIll; TO THE Ml() HHon. $2: PElt With Trains! for Live Oak,Tllllnhllol!
; $1 for six, months. all points in Middle and West FIl/r tlu.T 11'U1I1t'I'oIIII'C fonnccteil by 'I'hntuglt'15trlll and I with Northeastern! fi South Carlo-
There is also editorial from
an paragraph
the same which speaks of Catalonian .\ L O e'Ill.nont, KLA., with the Atlantic Gulf it West India I i 'Trim Una Railroads\ for routes North East: and
paper --- -- -- ---- -- ----
wine freezing in bottles of Bayou St. John roads. With Steamer Al.1ftlr all |M>ints andlandings sit and l'cniisular Railroads: and via :Savannah : West.

frozen with ice foot thick and Like urri\'uillf Peninsular with steamships': for Baltimore, Philadelphia FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER(
being over a -- -- ---- -- on Orange!; on al-
of numbers of skaters being out enjoying the ) CENTRAL; RAILROAD.JACKM..NVILLK Railroad i Train.AT New York and Bost+tt. lIATIO S.
? ]FLORIDA l' or State-Rooms, Tickets, mill all other
:sport of skating on real ice It is not always .
UAIMWVII.I.K: :, KLV., the Through and Staterooms secured\
particulars' apply' to following! Agents
safe to trust to. the memory of the oldest: :, FLA., March 111. 18iO. With! Stage!: Line for leala and Tampa on and Ofliees and all information furnished ut outer- corner
inhabitant ; but the above I is the record, in On and after this! date Trains on this Road Monday, 11'emhiesday and! Saturday ; from Fernandina; Fla. J. L. Centre /4l''IIIIUll1tn.'tll.! / .
-dipt.' Roumillat
black and white, made at the time, and it will run as follows : Ocala and Tampa Tuesday! Friday and Sun Agent t.Centre I St., between Sc<'o\lllllllll Third.Savannah i I. 21)-ly 1'. A. NOYES.
be denied Those who
caiyiot were on DAY PASSENGER: EXCKIT SCXIHY.) day. : Bull and .
the lakes ( : ill.-'or. Bryan Sts., T ---- -- -

of Wednesday beautiful watching snow," and descending rushing aroundto Leave Jacksonville ..................... 8:30.t. M. With Taninu AT CEHAU Stcamshii.KEY: .FLA.Co.'s, Line for opjio-ite Pulaski! ami :Serevcn: Hou I'. I Stoves, and Tin ware..
Fred Thayer's frantically to inquire about i Leave Baldwin ........................... 9:30:: .\. N. Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Bay and! Pine -- -- ----- -----

the price af sleighs l for themselves, sleds, for Leave Like City.........................11:33: .\. M. at Tangtaand 4 m. and Manatee for Key Muu.layruul'fhurshiy West Sunday and, Sts., Dr.) L'Engle's: ( Drug Store; A, C. (':111. S'I'IUa''I": : I

their boys, and skates! for the girls can read Leave Live Oak........................... 1:00: p. M. p. phere, Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungerford, ,
Thursday at 0 m. Street 1'0"t-Otlll'(
the foregoing account of snow in New Orleans Arrive at Savannah ..................... 8:15: ; J'. DI. With the, United j p States; and Havana Fast Agent. / opiH.nite (!.

in the olden time and by comparing Leave Savannah ...... .................... 8:00!: A. N. Mail l Steamer Admind: for Key West, Havana( St. Augustine, Fla.-On the Bay, R. F. *. 't .,

temperatures think we are now having remarkably Leave Live Oak.......................... 5:55: I'. M. : Train Armstrong t Agent.
Cuba, on arrival Special: every Tuesday -
mild weather for the time of year Leave Lake City .......................... 5OO:' I'. :M, afternoon at 1.30:: in. From J Havana( Palatka, Fla.-Lllienthal Brothers & Co..

-]'jCt/Ju lit', Leave Baldwin. ............................ 7:05: p. M. Cuba p. / '. .\ I'lItK.
and Key West C"l'riahmla:: \ Special
_.._. .__ Arrive at Jacksonville ................. 8:05: p. N) train, to reined.11'ith GUSTAVE: LEVE: 1;,
-- --- ----- ------ -
u General; I Passenger Agent!: t,
-+...........................+- MAIL AND EXPRESS.: (DAILY.) Steamer Kuteriiritr, for jMiints on the W. ))0'. BARRY,
.. .. .. ... MI wan nee River, on '1 hursdays at 0 mt. m. General Savannah, i
-- : OICAMillS.: : Leave Jacksonville' .. .... 5:30 J'. M. Agent,

-;............................+- Leave White House.................... r:15: p. ),. For information ropccting routes, rates, J. N. HARKIMAN,
Leave Baldwin............................. 7O: /) I'. M. etc.( apply. to J 11 Manager.ST. ( .
Leave lI.1rbyville.......................... 7:25 r. M.IjeaveSanderson .\. n. MAcDONELL; -- - i

.......................... 8:07: 1'. M. Gen'I! Ticket 1I11.II'I\oI. Agent. .MAUY'S UIYI.It; IMCKI.T.: M '" -
CONSIGNMENTS: : SOLICITED.15Z; : Leave (H u h'e.............................. 8J3: : ... M. D E.: MAXWKLL, Gcii'l.. :Snpt.: :21TACKSONVILLE -

Leave Mt. Carrie......................... !t.0. 1'. M, ----- --
i: I'E; H.t'or.XU
Arrive Like City......................... 9:30: 1'. M. U ,
Leave Live Oak........................... :2:15: A. M, G 4
E. L. PALMER & CO. Arrive Tallahassee...................... 7:00: .\. Fr. "
Arrive Albany.............................10:45: A. M. \ February ,
Arrive :".annah..A....... U.M:< ) .\. M. On am! after Monday( F'hruarso.: ( : STEAMER: ;: I'lj.on.\.

-4. ............................................................411'Itolesale .- ]Leave Savannah .......................... 4:30: J'. M. tasseiiger: viz trains of this road will run as fol- 1'1n ('.err. JOHN RICHARDSON( STOVES: l, HEATERS: RANGERS.j :

I.c:1veIhanr ...... ....................... 4:00: p. M. lows, : ,
-+ Fruit Dealer/*-! Leave Tallahassee ....................... 5:45 ... M. PASSENGER; : TRAIN-EAST BOUND. WILL !RUN: ON THE: ST. MARY'S! RIVer TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE.

i Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15: A. M, Leave Chattahoochee..daily) at.... 2
-+............ ..............................................+- Leave Lake City ..."..................... 3:50 \. M. Leave ( uille)'.................... ...... 3 :22 ... M. L-aveST. MARY'S EVERY; MONDAY((
Leave Mr.( Carne.......................... 4:18'. M. Leave Tallahuhhee............. ...... 000' p. M.ixave THURSDAY! MORNING( at H o'chak, tutFKU.SA.NMNA CUCUMBER WOOD PUMP, Ero.: t

leave[ OILJ t'C.............................. 4:40: A. ... Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 p. M. ; and will leave FKKXAXDIKA: A large stock of Stoves on hand.& Goya.usa !

BALTIMORE MD.REFERENCES Leave Sanderson.......................... 5:20:: A. H, Leave Greenville.............. ...... 8 :'M p. M, same days at 8 a. m., for CAMP PJXCKSEY call, and compare our priers with those ol

Leave Durhyyille.......................... ..5:.'),') A, M. Leave Madison( .................. ...... Oiidp. u. and all intermediate landings on the river. other house*, here or vlewhrre.I .

I.eavellaldwin............................. i:40: A. M, Leave Live Oak................. ..... 2 15 A. M, Returning EVERY; : TUESDAY and FRIDAY =

lA'a'oaltc! House.................... 7:0.1.II.: Arrive Savannah.............. ".... 900 A. M.rriveThomusville will arrive at ST. MAKY'S at .5 p. in., ,\' 'lNTS: obtained for inventionJL t
: Arrive Jacksonville.................... .:.')4) A. M. \ ........... ...... C; M' A. M.rrve touching at 1'Eai AetsA.! ) for new in old-',
.\ ............... .....1025 A. N. (lit WEDNESDAYS: and SATURDAYS or improvements
Rev. O. P. Thaekaru, Fernandina Fla. On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars Lakelity ..... ..... one*. Caveat. Infringement t8, 1'rI1l1e. J arh
Jacksonville and Arrive : ........... .11.S: A. M.rrh will leave" ST. MABY'SUI 8:30: u. m., andean
Mr. Frederick A. ) Ilibcrnia, 1 1.&. run through to and from .\ (' Baldwin................ ...... <> 2.5 A.M. be churtere l for excursions toiulgeaess and all patent: husitlcss promptly: attendedto. .
denting also Lucas Cars HAVE
Savannah ; Sleeping run Arrive Jacksonville........... ...... 7 So A.M. INVENTIONS THAT IIEENREJErla :
Mr. C. M Bevan Augustine Fla.
and from Jacksonville and Tal
to : ; : ) in COMb
through still moat
.. ... ''' may pattnted -
v3 Arrive Fernandina........ .. .3 40 r. M, ,
( l-2ra) ahassee.FERNANDINA! Arrive Gainesville, ............ ...... 5ui p. u. : by us.! Ik-ing OflW'ltiite the U. S. Patent ),
-- --- ---- EXPRESS: (Duty.) Arrive Cedar Key....."....... ...... 930: ... u, and other j hits of interest in the vicinityof Oflice. and ellJu \TO;' T BUM.NESS : I. J1I

l;. F. AVERY, Leave Jacksonville.....................11:15: A. ... PASSENGER TRAIN WEST: BOUND. Fcrnundina.Tliroiigh. I : ; }:EXCLUSIVELY: van murepatfnts 'C 1
in less time than those who
Arrive Baldwin........................."12:30: ... it. Leave Jacksonville ......daily at..... 5 30 r. ... HUN of IjiulliiK i from are remote 0
Arrive Fernandina...................... 3:40.. N. Leave Fenuihilina ............ .....10 30 A. ... When Inventors wnd .
Leave Fernandina........................10:30A. M. Leave Gainesville....... ..... ...... 902 A. N. by MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all I make search in model! or sketch
Leave Baldwin............................ 1:20:! 1'. )t. ,' Leave Cedar Key............. ...... 4 :ifJ.. M.jeaue |M/nts! on the :St. Mary' advise we to iu t'-e Patent Ot1k('. and

L l'JmYXI> BOARDING STABLES.CARRIAGES Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35 ... M.Passengers L Baldwin ................. ...... 7 00 r. N. ('10"(' .Coniiertlunmaile Correspondence Hit jtatfnlubilily confidential :ftt1hnnjt fees reasonable ..

for Fernandina and CVdar Key Leave Lake City.............. ...... 9 4O ... II, ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT.

AND WAGONS take this traiif. No train from Baldwin to ; !jt-ave Savannah ............... ...... 4 30 P.M.xave with the New York and Savannah ENT: IS Olrr.\I tU.:

To and from Steamers and Trains, Cedar Key on Sunday.Uojjsttrntww. Live Oak................. M ...... 2 15 A. M. Steamer. Mark all good Care of Steamer We refer by jrmiwiioii to the City Pit

Madison ..............._ ...... 351 '
CONTRACTS FOR RULING, ETC.: .-At Baldwin with A., G. fi eave A. M. Flora, Ftrrnandina. master, and to the Sni-erintendeiit of the
W. I. T. R. R., fur C-edar Key, Gainesvilleand Leave ret'nviIle............... ...... 4 39 .. ... (ACCOMMODATIONS H FOR PASwnKen. l'ust-Olttce Money Order DivMon) In Wi1Joh.
FOR SALE : Fernandina. and all points North and Leave Montictllo ............. ** ...... .5 JO A. Ft. ExcurionUti4; ( and Tourists will ington. For special rffdviice*, circular, ad'

HORSES, J1UGGIES, HARNESS: West ; at Like City for Tallahassee, Albany, Arrive Tallaha..e ............ '* ...... 7 IIIJ A. M.jeave find this u very attractive! trip, ta the *.entry vice, terms etc., addrtwt
CARTS AND WAGONS. Savannah, and all points North and West ; Talhthas............... .... 8 3O .\. Ft.I.raveRuiucy it grand and alligators and other game aru C. A. SNOW It ('0.,
at Jacksonville with St. Johns! River Steamers ......... ..... ...- ......10 OM A. M. abundant. 2-tf OpV-Patent Otiler',1V'a.hingtun,1).C!

;irTF.n L 3 CASII.yl1'Olhe j, ti. MCELROY.: Arrive Cbattatorchte.1 30 A. M.CONNECTIONS. For further information apply to - ---.

and Stable-First Street, near "'. M. U.U'UoriOY, Master Tran-[.'ii.Superintendent. JOHN RICHARDSON, PRINTING, in every style' and ft
Broom Street:: Wliarf. 4J! -tf At Live Oak daily with, the Savannah, :23-tf Ft-rnandina, Fla. lowest rule, at the MJRBOB oth' e..4. .


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THEtiATVKDAY FLORiDA IInHOn. impracticable or unnecessary! that on Tin:; NEW ADMINISTRATION. full sway and the excesses which wore coin contribute mu! ic. and to talk intelligently't

--: ... the final vote they receive only one or two Governor Bloxham has now assumed the nittcd under the forms of law and public antt'en brilliantly, on a variety of sub-
= -= anirnmtlvc votes, yet they have occupied government, and by this time transmitted authority were sickening to contemplate. Avery j ects, the gentlemen, with their exclusively
JANUARY 8, 188!. considerable )part of the best people
the time of the legislature, fronted the expense his views to he legislature. If we may took no interest in public) matters, and! }pubic utilitarian education, arc unable to hold the
I of being placed on, the journals and judge I from his inaugural speech, he will devote offices were not sought after or desired by foil upon which all real conversation: dc-
THE LEGISLATURE.We calendars! to be thrown out as worthless. large part of his! energies to the threer'bjcets emocrats at that time. By degrees a spiritif icmK!' The dancer Ila man or woman of

I hope the election of u United States An eminent English! writer on legislative I of completing the railroad system to confidence was asserted infused their into the and white in action, rather than of ideas, and dancing i la il
nasses.! They }power
Senator! will not be }permitted to fritter away methods proposes that before any member the West and through the Peninsula to the 870;, when all the machinery of elections common democratic plane to which the

I I the time of the earlier period of the section. be allowed to introduce a billho "shall ob- South t I i, of I immigration of public educa vas in the flands of the Republicans, the cthcrially-mindcd condescend! and on which

All proposed measures shouhl be introduced ain the assent! of at least ten per cent of tion. His message! will no doubt elaborate 'ctnoerats for the first time carried the the hcavy-witted find a coarse stimulant to
itute. Since then the whole of things
within the first: few days of the session, and the members of the legislative body, whose his views, so that we will not make any has changed for the better in aspect Florida. The that esthetic life which i is not quite extinctIn

I referred to the appropriate committees. assent shall not be given until they have further comment upon this at present, than Hate government has.been managed as wi eIy even the grossest of men and women.

Changes!' in existing laws should never be read and examined the bill.. This would that if there were only three objects to economically as any in the Union.. .

made without a strong necessity!' to correct probably be a wise! provision and effectually which) he could devote his attention, these .at Vll any\ classes time of since}people the are war better, arid protected I am than conident FOREIGN COII1:ESI'ONIENCE. tJ'

some evil or some omission: I put an end to a great deal of buncombe three were the worthiest that the State will never return to the ,

The aggregate amount of taxes now paid, legislation. A further and very I important The past administration, notwithstanding condition it was in when I entered politics." INTERESTING TO \R\ER."I-F.t'ROnl'\: > An RI. t

which equals $L53 on the $100, we do not rule would be to require all bills to be presented that it has" only been in the last two seasons ]hive you formed any opinion respect- CfLTCRVL NEWS ITEMS.: J
lug the policy of the new administration toward -
believe can be widely increased.! It is as within the first ten days of the ses that the reaction from the panic of 1873 has the youth::! ?" To the Editor of the Mirror: '

much as the average taxation othcrstates, sion. This would bo only a reasonable requirement. set in, has been successful: gratifying 111 have not ; and I very much regret that LONDON, ENOLVND, December 20, 1880. i

and, as now arranged, falls mainly on real The governor's message! and reports to all those who predicted success, in any )portion of'onl1ition'hich our country should be regarded The continuance of dry weather has been j
estate-much of which, in a new country, is of all the departments arc presented! giving confidence to capitalists' and to immigrants ))oliey distinct as a from( the rest of the requires Union. very advantageous to agriculture. The colder i

always unproductive. A strong pressure on the first day of the session! and any -a confidence which had not been, What the South needs is the policy of jus- temperature which obtained at the close ;

will be made to increase! the school tax. The needful information can be obtained within fostered by the old, wild days of plunder icc.: The problem of restoring that section of the week is preferable to the unseasonably .

amount now assessed is thirty-five cents per ten days. There would then be before every and reckless legislation.We to the: full rest fellowship of the country in feehingand is worthy interest the highest with mild weather which has hitherto characterized \

$100 on about one-third of the whole tax, committee all proposed legislation and different do not pretend to assume' that the effort of any statesman.! Harsh laws and the month of November, and will i

besides the aid it lerlves from the invested! measures submitted could! be harmon Democrats have been without errors either of denunciations: will not accomplish the great wholesome check to the rapid growth
funds and the sale ofsixteen sections, whichwas Ized. simplified and condensed. The committees administration or legislation, but there have object. It i is plain that the South destined prove a wheats on kind land. The
of of the early sown
to be a most!' important and powerful part
intended to supply a fund which would could then sub-divide their work for been none which have resulted in any serious our republic, and all hioltort'uchl'S us that British grain trade, has been subject to a material !'

relieve the people from direct taxation. examination, and thus would insure a due effect upon the financial or political condition nothing is so unwise as for generation/ to shnr'nnkagcdnrinng the week, and whilst 1
The educational bill now before Congresswill consideration of each proposed bill or of the State. To take full advantage transmit its ills: and distempers to the treatment sundry descriptions of brcadstufl's: remain !
diseases like
of another. National
be amended to devote amendment. The legislature Floridacon- of the opportunities which afford themselves are
probably so as unchanged in value, everythingis
those! which affect the human body. If nominally
the whole proceeds of sale of public lands sists of seventy-six members in the lower to )build up the State is, we think, a in time I they will yield to simple and mild cheaper to buy. The demand for English f

to the states as a school fund. This will)give House and thirty-two in the Senate. To introduce foregone result of the hoppy choice the people remedies, but if permitted to grow from gen wheat I\J1Ill1our was very slow at the commencement

any addition needed to our school funds a bill the written recommendation have made in selecting Governor Uloxhani eration to generation they will ultimately and of the week, both in London
bafile the skill of the wisest physician
without increased taxation. Three to (our of at least eight members of the House! and to lead the government. weaken the power of the state when all its and the Provinces. English wheats were

months of school attendance is as much as five of the Senate should be required. Ills speech, while it shows a full appreciation highest energies are requisite for its securityand difficult to sell, and fully one shilling per

our people in general are willing to spare If our Democratic legislators are really in of what ho has undertaken, indicates the protection South has proved The policy a'taihTl"pursued and towards it is quarter lower than on Monday, and to effect

their larger children for, whether white or f.ivor of closer ecomony and greater efilcicn- that temperate firmness of conviction and time I that pride of opinion and blind i passion sales a still greater reduction was in some

black.In cy in this department of the public: service, resolution which should be the conspicuous /gave way to Eobcr and rational statesmanship cases necessary.!'!' The trade in foreign grain
a country like Florida, where population they will, at least entertain the subject of attribute of an executive. "'e may be assured touching";: the condition and wants of and breadstuffs has been depressed throughout -

is sparsely distributed and children have legislative: reforms.: In another article we that while, on the one hand, neither that Senator section.Jones will return Washington the week. Breadstuffs have been in

long distances to go in hot weather and at a propose to treat of the economy of time in I the administration nor the legislature will in a few days, and thence will go to Florida much smaller supply to London, but the importation -
time when their services can be utilized at the discussion and disposition: of legislative! plunge into any reckless, untried schemes, in time for the election of January 18. The into the United Kingdom has been

home, it is useless to attempt to carry out measures. on the other, there will lie an earnest: and the legislature 1'ellerallaw meets a on ballot January for United, and under States considerably greater than for the previous

such a school system as would be applicable persistent! (persistent, because wise and confident Senator must be taken on the second Tuesday week, and the quantity on passage shows a
to a closely-settled and permanently established ENDr lIION.It of ultimate success), effort to improve thereafter. material increase on that of the precedingweek

community. Make: our schools and is probable that no novel since Lothair the state in every respect. : and on the quantit)"on passage for the

teachers as good and as thorough as we can, will have as many readers in the first few SENATOR JONES INTERVIEWED.We THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.NEW corresponding! week in last year. The visible

and work out our problem in accordance months of its publication as: the novel just below interview which tookplal'e YEMl'rt 1'At.LS-THE OPENKO OF THE supply: in the United States also shows
give an
with our own situation: and improve upon published! from the same pen, with the rather between World and Senator FASHION.MILE SEVSON-HOW THEY AMfSETHEMSKLVKS : an increase, and the receipts from India
it as we grow older. suggestive title of "Eiidymloii." As is: to a reporter that : > -" ON WITIljTHE DVXCE." have been comparatively large. "
of this State. We are sure
: ,
The people of one county are nine-tenths be expected, we find the same faults in the citizen of this' State will feel more attached I To the Dlitor of the Mirror : In France the young wheats arc reported
white, and, as tax-payers, contribute ratably latter as in the former. Thero is the same to its distinguished senator for his: prompt WASHINGTON, D.C., January 1, 1881. as being very healthy, and the open weather

for schools. In Leon county five-sixth sentimentality breaking out in parts in this repudiation of the idea that the chance of The marl)' event since the adjournment of has!' enabled a considerable! amount of home-

arc colored, have'an equal orgreatcr propor- as in the former ; -and whether we think of his birth would an obstacle to irissuccess Congress: has: been the first!' of January, 1831 grown grain to be threshed and marketed.
tion of children, but contribute very little as Lothair as sealing with an embrace the in tho political or any other field. It was marked by the usual! receptions, In Germany the trade for brcadstufi's has

tax-payers: to the support schools. ,In the speechless form of Lady Oorrisand," or That:It will not bo so, his election by acclamation official, non-oOlcial, diplomatic, and mili been slow, and rye is cheaper. Other grain

one'case the school tax falls pretty equally, whether Lady. :Montfort performs the somewhat : we think will attest. So:: far from its tary. Every man arrayed himself in his best about the same as in the previous week.

in the other very unequally. The white impossible feat of standing in front of being a drag upon any man, the fact that : clothes, and called on the ladies wherever Saab barley of the finest quality is being

opuIat1oii of .Leon county, owners of real her lover and placing a kiss upon his brow, he has acquired knowledge and culture they were prepared to receive. The Indies held by merchants with the expectation of
three-fourths of to the same conclusion, and that is, and prices for malting samples: in Eng-
estate mainly, pays more we come against disadvantages" of accident would give were all dressed!' most exquisitely, manyof higher
the school tax. When the time comes that that a man who has been flirting with ciiiiires him all the more credit, and the people are them stood under gas-lighted chandeliers, gland.A .

the population is more equally distributed! and republics for the last twenty years, much inclined, and rightly, to overestimate with the blinds of their parlors closed. Instantaneous telegram from Russia states that there

as regards property and taxation, this inequality I cannot appreciate the practical wants of a morg than\ tinder, the abilities of such! a photographs of the tableaux of is a probability of a general fall in the priceof

may disappear, but it is now being love situation, or describe it in a manner presentation on that day would be interesting bread.

evidently very burdensome to the countiesin which will excite warm sympathy, without man.Social prestige is of undoubted weight in to those whodelight in studying modern The arrivals of American and Canadian

the black belt.LEGISLATIVE. extravagance of feeling.As the capital of this: country as in that of all manners! and who discern in bows, and cattle and fresh! meats during the past weekat

__ ___n_ love stories both are failures ; but for others but the fact that Senator, Jones bears smiles, and dress! and attitude, the material Liverpool have been unusually small,

REFORMS. sketches of the characters of persons who himself; with case in the first circles: of that that is the basis: of !so much psychological! there being only fifty head of cattle landed,
have figured conspicuously in British politics that in that dissertation in the modern novel.With 3,139! quarters of beef, 553 carcasses of mutton
evidence respect -
is the most is sufficient
Our legislative machinery expensive since the administration of Lord Melbourne city, the beginning of the new year, the and 723:! pigs, against a total of 1,00(5( i
portion of our State and general down through the agitation of the as: well as in parliamentary ability, ho social season, as: it is culled will be fairly cattle, 870 sheep, 5,097 quarters of beef, jliO<
the laws of the Modes the State has: placed him
governments. Unlike Corn Laws, and for a rapid! .and striking account adorns the position opened in ".u hington. Many members of carcasses of mutton and 351 pigs on the

and Persians, wo are always .making new of the political movement of those in. PENATOlfHir. Congress, who have been home during the previous week, thus showing a large decrease -
The statutes TilE FLORIIH
laws and tinkering old ones. collection of times, the novel is.a most interesting suc The following paragraph appeared in 1\recent holidays, will return with their families, in cattle, and as regards sheep} there
of any state aro a formidable ('essfulone. The somewhat ridiculous! nature issue:' of the New York Herald: and many others, unconnected with otliciul were none arrived, which is the first time

laws, of which but a small portion are of of the plot is i made necessary by the fact Senator Jones, of Florida is being opposed or public life, but to whom wealth lends for many months past. .
any actual utility. It is made a reproach ton that without some such violence of probability for the office of senator from Florida means, will conic from distant: city und The Liverpool Journal of Commerce calls
new member of the legislature if ho returns the identity of the characters would ,because he once worked at the carpenter'sbench aUlIH'llt town to enjoy tho gaiety and excitement attention to a new method of stalling cattle
in Ireland
the lie
home without having procured session bo too apparent, and would divest the novel to Florida: In 185.r. The HourUm Democrats that season at the capital affords ; anti on board ocean steamers, the object of which
passage of some new law. At every of that interest which grows out of the comparison do not like him because he used to work. which will continue from the first of the new is to make the conveyance of cattle from

five hundred new propositions to make or of the characteristics as portrayed This item has been added to by many He- i year until the commencement of Lent. America more safe and profitable than it

amend laws are' introduced, and, perhaps, ; in the novel, and those of the personageswho publican papers. Senator Jones was at the Our way of pretending to enjoy ourselves has: been thus far. It is a recent American

one-tenth become laws, generally to the detriment we know figured in history and societyat New HWW York reportl'rwhnt Hotel yesterday.! paragraph Being asked amounted bya is not peculiarly American, but, like Jaques' invention, the full details of which arc not

of the people. The legislation of one tho time in which the plot is laid. to, he said : melancholy, compound of many simples yet made known, and consists of what is

session! gives amendatory legislation to triO Of course, the style of the Earl of Bcaconsfield "I have little to say that would interest ," French, English: German,and Heathen called platform stall," capable of holding

ensuing sessions, bo that a continual system 1 is scarcely dissimilar from that of, the public, for which I do surrounded not think that me in the early cir- ,-of which dancing is the chief. In eight animals. It is suspended by chains,

of patches and repairs finally take out of Disraeli, and we have the same richness of cumstances life, and which are well known to all the Washington nearly everybody and her hus so that it remains perfectly level when the

the original law semblance of unit)' and description and reckless affluence which always good people of New York state, are of much hl\lIIlI1al1'l'l, in spite, of age, dignities!, anti vessel rolls, like the glass racks fitted in

lIy tcm. This evil has become so evident seems to attach to the society in which consequence at the present time. I claim no rheumatism. General Grant, during hispresitierucy steamer's cabins. The success: of such a
that the only remedy has been found to be credit for having risen from an obscure po- I was seen, on more than one occasion plan remains to be proved. The journal alhuled -
his heroes mo'e.The bition in life to the :Senate, and I am quitesure
the appointment of tho ablest men to the gentle sex will find much pleasure in that no one will be able to use! that fact : to tread a measure with ease; am; to puts the question providing better '"

chairmanship of leading committees and a the conspicuous part in the action of the against me to any advantage in any political grace. General Banks went through the accommodation for cattle on ocean boats

general disposition to support the report of whole novel assigned to )I'rlsupPOSt'll( to contest in Florida.Democratic There party is: too to much object good to square dances with a gait half military, but I from a humanitarian point of'iew, and

the committees in non-partisan legislation.This :, ) I bo Lady Paliucrston) and Lady Montfort ; sense man in the on such aground us that, anti I with a technical skill that has for its explanation says : It is in truth, a matter of more than

reduces the work of the full body in for every step, almost, that Endymion takes any have seen too much of the liberality of the that, long before he was governor of mere trading and commercial interest; for,

committee of the whole to u considerationof towards his ultimate goal, the premiership m-ople of mv :State not to who know should that claim they [a.'l'husettil't'aker of the House of inasmuch: as a great mortality and loss ofcattle

fl the reports of the committees. The real is with the assistance of one or the other of I would repudiate on any that one ground. It is the cve- Keprwcntatives, or general in the army, he at sea means also a greater amount of
J, and valuable work therefore, is done in these ladies. Beyond this, a good memory support boast of our people that under our was a teaeinerftire terpsichorean General agony and distress to them, so it is fast becoming -

committees. If these committees art well and good looks seem to be the only qualifications system of government tire mad to dition Utincrvday Sherman, barring a slight rheumatism, a question not only Will it pay ?'

selected and have energetic and judicious he possesses. If, as is asserted, Endymton is open to all who have If the what merit is to called will which gives him a peculiar jerking gait, maj I But shall it be permitted?' if better and

chairmen and enough good working members is intended for the 1arl utmscii'", it, and. it uL would- : :-bo- 'strange ut.rtiilil HIHIUHI Im... nut rim fiirth,--. ",- to- be Keen in the evolutions of the ball-room, more merciful methods of conveyance are
111VMOWIV origin
the work: of legislation L' can ue wm out..nh s"eiy then the man who stood ut Berlin as the impair my chances of no l'tion." and always with a young and pretty part I not soon adopted." Of course there is.. and-
and systematically:! promoted. There i Is, central figure of tUat illustrious conferencehas $. What is the fact in regard to your.' lowl ner. I am told that he is also u proficienl must be, a great deal of suffering connected
a great tendency to unnecessary newsboyof origin 't' in those round dances again-I which Mrs with the transit of live
however, always certainly less conceit than any I .. free to admit that 1 am a man who animals by rail and
delay. The legislature loses ,time in tho streets. For all of that will and self- I attaches I am iu consequence whatever to the I Sherman!'; wielded her pen; but, in the matf by sea, (ecially: by sea, which is inseparable -
Members are generally but if such things were of I of round dances, I do not speak from observation. from the
getting under way. confidence; which, in the female charrcters, I. accidents ot'birtir, f tl'r traffic itself! The long journeys:i
inexperienced in preparation of bills, and 'lie illustrates, is utterly lacking in the hero. airy importance show to myself that! while or ,the like public man, It must not be aul'llO."l'll, however which have to be endured by United States

haying a crude idea of what they want, embody It will be interesting: perhaps, to give a 1 could far readily superior to me I once followed\ that there arc no dignified exceptions cattle in railway cars, before their ocean
incomplete and defective bill, bupposwl. origin is at least high There are borne who do not dance, at least troubles come them
it in an subjoined list of the identity, as laborious pursuit, my upon JlltlJit entail great
which, if passed, would aceOlkIliIisirmnOrO or of the characters of this novel for the cheap enough to uphold any honors" I may be ableto not publicly. I never heard of Mr. Evartsdancing. : suffering and great waste. A traffic in fresh!
wish: or would be incompatible doubtless placed it at achieve in public info? Judge Senator David Davis is tooheavy meat would be far safer-from
'less than they editions 11ave already, .. You are a lawyer, I believe, by profession a sanitary pointof
with the constitution< or other existing almost every fireside: ? to dance, but Speaker llandall is not view-far less wasteful and far more humane. -
burdens the committee Neither the present or coming chief magistrate We
legislation. This LIST! OF CM\BACTEKS OF ENDYMION WITH 5.posin "Iam. the bar?" fear however that no mere humanitarian
admitted to
examination but with the "When were you are dancers.
with the consideration! will
not only : ever suffice to
; of bills, and enhances the natural, IDKNTITIRS "111..l-'lur!-\- In lS5..i. -- BU-kl. t fr f *._.ll.r. '" I believe the American habit of dancing alter the features of this trade
.L1.JtJ refraining u When Uiil you enter |K HU' U me. ; but any
Kndymion is Disraeli. I entered it in 1874 ; when the people oC comes from no lta. l nate love of the amusement scheme which will entail less waste-if! not

delaYgaln, members desiring legislation and Myra is Lady ralmerston, JU) county sent me to the State with legislature reluctance; but is persisted in because no grc1tIldt'r1 attended by too great a cost-will, no(doubt
introduce bills put it off from Montfort is Lord Melbourne. I confers that I entered it couldbe \ of ton have the genius to invent anything be carefully considered.Tiutwas .
intending to the conviction that 1
and week to week, so that a Lady Montfort is Lady Waldegrave.Iml and nothing but 1)01' helpms to lift better to du. Among the elite in gre tJurul'can -
to lay of service to my -
day legislation 1 is Intro- Roehampton is Lorcll'ahner.ton.grirILna from the wretched condition In capitals:, the gentlemen are accomplished a
of proposed them up very Dinted and pjssibly: avery
large part ,.\ Queen Hortense at that time. induced me while the ladies domestic
,, session, and it generally which tllt'Wl'N are : and wholesome bit of
late I" the and into poli- sarean when a gentleman -
Iuced. Prince Florestan U: Napoleon III. to abandon my profession go
important legislation only slightly mweouurirhisined.'iUn:: us,women turned
most condition of Honda on a coxcomb
lmmiperi that the is Cardinal Manning. tie*. At that time the who had been
hastily In the very closing igell'enruddOl'k was Kid beyond description.N I ammany have all the accomplishments and men, asa making himself offensive! and said : "Sir.
u'acted upon Lord Waldersluire is Lord Strangford. others firmly believed that the whitetioimlation rule are valued only for their capacity to you ought to be the
tessiOn.A Francis Bur- control the happiot man in the
of the Is Sir enough
-hours and Sir Francuys Scrape : : was btrbntf The result is that in
i bills introduce, make money. every worM."ola in love
rt of the it was hard to brim are with yourself, and
large l) reported dett. State government very bocial circle while the ladies be able
ha. to
are.zeferretl to ct>mmftt t'S. Bright out their voting i ower. The negroes may you have no rival tot
is Oobden or
which Thornberry
(rained 80 defective- Job
-llack: d acted upon,

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EAST; AX ACCOUNT p i, <> it OP IDA) \ Groceries and Provisions.A. !' ,i ii. r.:. oTTimit: ])ltY GOODS-AT-NEW YORK PRICESAT I.

WITH AJonrunl n. \Ill la.: I \ 1
,. \\ ; "I ERNANDINA: FLORIDA, TIII: rorri.Au DUV GOODS iioi'si or
KEPT lay F.AI.KU: IXV : -* "1"ziU \:' :: -
\ JOHN lUtiTtmt OK I'll IIADnt'll1.\, DKAI.KU: IXlroiion ; rr'r TDD.LX :
IJotanist to HN Majesty I 111... 1'amimily Groceries .. _
for the Floridns; *, Liquors, life. I --- .

A Journey from Vl-os Augustine!' AUF.XT'FOR B. P. AVEUY-:h CUTS::! 1'1,ows. ASH DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS ANI SHOES,

the River St. Johns. 1'1lUYISIONS.CENTRE :: ,
up XO'I'IOXSXI) I'AXCV (a>>>oi>s. 'i:
; ,., LONDON: r lilt: LARGEST AND UEST: STOCK TO :SELECT; : : FROM I. AT PRiC1.4V1IiCI1);: r /
.f.' Sold by \\ NK-OU, No. .fit 1, St. Paul's ;32: t tf ___ ___ FERNANDINA_ FLA.3i Customers! can rely upon getting CHOICE JL CANNOT-; HE: UNDERSOLD.Lirfic : : : t
Church YI1rIl, mid G. \\\11>1H'\I.I., ,
of 1..14XU WIXTiil: GOODS>> received j
shipments weekly.jcY
Charin -{'ro!' us. ANNE CXAHKI: GOODS, asNOTHING
[Price 4 :Shillings I ] Wholesale and Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention. I
ST., UET. CENTRE At.AciirA New t N.E.: Cor. Centre and Third,
rpIIIRD BUT THE FINEST I1RAND8 YorkWalker J, *v v. irvikii, {
: Street. | J} Fernandina, Fla.
Going southwards from Augustine, at the FERNANDINA) FLA.,

distance of a mile und a half, we come to are kept in stork. '
St. Sebastian's creek; this stream takes its PEA: I.ERIN THEChoicest HOYT

rise five miles north of Augustine, mid after J. II. PRESCOTT.: : :SECONDSTREET, : : NEAR CENTRE.llOI.t2Ut.K : .
making a sweep to the west, empties itself Fruits and Vegetables, _
into the sea at this place : near the mouthsof
extensive salt CONFECTIONERIES: :!, KTC. I Style Fit
this creek arc water marsh- GROCERS SJIIP: CHANDLERS ,
Cs, overflown at high tides, which may be
easily taken in ; higher inland are tine Bti ki' Harden Seeds, Flowers, Farm and I Comfort, ASH is t;
Garden Implements 7 tf
*' *" *_ *. r r"

swamps.We come next Wood-cutters creek, ---- ,\-- ---:- 4v--rituixn- --- Durability..\SXaI4 )> | HAY I I. C'OIIX .| I -OATS-.I | --HIKU'K-- | | LIME: I j | ETC.r |

which rises 15 miles north of Augustine, H w r w r w r r # w

and after describing a semicircle to the west, TAKERS:; AND CONFECTIONERS: f, '
much like Seh astiau's creek, but with a A LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND. I'
1 larger sweep, empties itself into the sea, six HOICK: 2-15MV nm___
miles below Augustine; the lands upon this Groceries ('i and
ul''t.! E
creek consist ot very good swamps and high. EU11CHGOTT] DICT & CO.

At the Matarfzas, 15; miles south of Woodcutters 1M
creek, i iilL small fort mid harbour, (tit Entertainments: and Picnics I Having largely Increased
Weddings! my Southwest Corner of Hay and Tine Streets,
for coasting vessels. The harbour 5 Iq opposite furnished the shortest notice, at rock-bot 1
Ntock ol
Foot-near. in both lineand
the south point of Anastasia island, tom prices, at
.\ nETS 1UKERY: I medium grades, I am enabled -
where there is a second watch-tower. The I .

soil between Wood-cutters creek and the 2.". Opp. old CentreStreet 1' O. P.uilding.BT i to place before my eiistomer.s JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, :

Matanzas is tolerably good, on account of --- -- a very large assortment ol' ,

several creeks and swamps.: : 1C Yi t Hoot and Shoe made by the
From the Matanx.a.j we clime to Halifax I
most! competent and skilled" OFFER GREAT: RARGAINS( : IN
river, which, like :St. Mark's above mentioned
runs parallel to the sea, and i is separated 1\. W. LOHMANN'S: I workmen. These Goods were ;iiI I II

from it only by a sandy beach,,in some purchased for ( ,\SII, and are I

parts a mile, in others two miles broad. -FAMOUS: only exchanged, for the samecommodity. DDDD) RRRR YY YY GGGGG: ; ; ; OOO OOO DDDD} SSSSS:
This beach or bank seems to be formed by Prepared Flour. This will be deem- )) U)]) Hit RR YY YY GG; (in OO 00 00 on DD)) DDSSGG : t,
the sands; which,cither by hurricanes, or{in 1 DDRRRR) YYY ; 00 OOOO OO DD) DD) SSSSSS;: : ",
a course of ages, have been washed up by __ i i ed a pleasure after seeing, e.amiiiing \- DD)) 1)1))) Hit RR YYDDDDD (;iU GGG; OO 00 OO OO DD DD) HS\:
the sea. The source of this river, though ': and learning, at whatextremely I ) ) ) ) RR RR YY GGGGGG; ; ; ; OOOOO) ) OOOOO )))UJH))) SSSSSSSGGGGO \: :' ; :
O I.Y'I': CENTS PER POUND.0tf DDDD) ) ) RR RR YY (; ; OOO 000 DDDD] SSSSSDD \: : : :
certainly not very far from St. John's river, low prices" these

5 is not as yet well ascertained ; before it _- i Goods!' are offered. .
reaches inlet Tomoko river falls
Mosquito JM-My stock of Ur.XTLKMKX'S: : :
into it; this river runs from west to east ; AT OLD P. O. 1JUILDING. I I'UltXISHIXU CJOODS Is worthy I ++ii: ++OARIMSTS I M[ i lvIlINCS I ,+++tttt.+++ +
from this!' river to St. John's is only four .
-- --- ---- -- ------ --- -
1 the attention of those desiring
miles landcarriage.From C-I-I--I--T-
ii. HTEIT/.
the Matanzas to Mosquito inlet is C. BART &\: CO., I line iOodn. ,

40 miles : at this place, Hill-borough river, jiir-Orders left to my selection FLOOR OIL CLOTHS I_'!' "WINDOW SHADES.
coming from the south, and Halifax river Importers and Wholesale 1 I Dealers I I in
\II will receive careful and prompt I
from the north, meet, and are both dis- I ,
bar of this Foreign, and Domes i attention. ,': '
charged here into the the
sea :
harbour has eight feet at low water. Fruits, Nuts. ('h'., I: J.1'EH1'iO'I'r.'l'IEH; : : IN I'I'I
I do not know any country besides East-, 4-3m I Fernandina, 1'1.O ., +
I ++ 1
Florida, where rivers have been observed to \ 5.i, 57 and 59!) Market Street, -- -- -- 1 I r 1 1DRESS
I, ) YOURSELVES::; S 1--- .. ,
---- ------ -- -- -- --"- -- ----- --
run parallel to the sea, where two streams, HELI MONEY: when u taking +* ++ +* -f* +* + +* +* -ft ++ +- _* +* ++
as those last mentioned, meet each other I chance is ottered, tlierchv( always keepingpoverty "l++ i* t
from direct opposite quarters ; and what is ::O Consignments of I.'wRw.ORStHM: I from your +door. Those who always : GOODS, SILKS, CASHMERES, J[ I. '
take advantage of the good chances for making .
solicited, and prompt returns made. (1:1-011I.1: I
still more remarkable, where two rivers, as money t that are otlt'red generally become 4 ++ +++ 4+ -++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++. ++ ++ ++ 4+++'i+. 4+ 1
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the Halifax, and St. John's, at so small "'. J{. lSAJKXICJlfl\ wealthy, while) those! who do not improvesuch 1++1 1++1 I I.
distance, flow different ways, the stream of I chances remain in )poverty. Wo want ++ ++ I II
AGENT, many men, women, boys mid girls to work I
which run parallel to each other, one to the WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL: i for us right in their own localities The CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS.
south, the other to the north. : AND STOCK DEALER I business will pay more than ten times ordinary A
About Musquito inlet the country i is low, BUTCHER AM 'I wages. We furnish an expensive) outfit I4

and chiefly salt-marsh nwhat; highland thereis Dealer in Ie.... I and all that you need I, frl'e.0 'one who .
fails make
i I engages to JlOlIl'Y'l'I' rapidly. IJnen Department N! COMPLETE: : l IN )EVERY: RESPECT.): .
is covered with cabbage-trees, papaw-tree, i TENNESSEE IIEEF A SPECIALTY I You can devote your whole; time to the OUR
and other tropic plants, which skews that BROOM: STREET WHARF, I work, or only your spare' moments. Full GREAT; : CARPET: HALE: commenced on the M of this! month. Over BOO.
West-India commodities may be raised)here. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. information ami all that is u't.'IlI'llSl'lIt free. .'rent designs! of Brussels" and Wool Oirpcts, are now otl'cred atSTRICTLY
Address STIXSOX it ('.0.. Portland. Maine. 0
The western banks: of Halifax and 11illslorough .
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rivers contain great deal of excellent NORTHERN PRICES.

land ; the many orange groves, (which SA-NBOUJNT HOyriI

denote former Spanish settlements) and the __ __ NICIIIRUSSEr.4: : :! : CARPETH) : from 75 cts. upwards to ftl.lO. ,
frequent remains of Indian towns, skews u -- WOOL CARPirrS: : from (15 ("N. to #1.35.: .

that they have been once well inhabited.We --I----- ---T jJ HALF-WOOL CARPETH from 8O ets. up.

are as yet unacquainted with the sources latest designs! of FANCY MATTINGS.; Ik.t grades of White and Chc-cked.)

of most of tho\rivc-rs in East-Florida, and GO IVIndow Shades made to order-material in all colors (In ordering Mmplyfctate )

particularly that of Hillsborough: river j it is color dimension.. CORNICES) MADE} : TO ORDKR.: FINE: LACE: CURTAINS:

believed to have communication t of new designs .
generally 1 !
with an Indian inlet, called by the Spaniards >1 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Kid aloes" all colors IIlItiliIiUlitlt.f (two to nix buttons). .

Rio Days, GO miles to the south, where 1- RLA large lot of IWrSSKLH: MATS, ('Ot'O.I.TS and (CHUM I CLOTHS: HOR-

there is such another harbour as Musquito, I. 1)1': U CARPET.jLiT J

with eight feet water; it is said to communicate { O Hotel and Hourdlmig, -Itouse Keepers, will 'find our )prices uxccedIngly : II

with St. John's river. I By Rail, Steamer, and Sail, j I ) rtasonabhtmd! heUttlon grand HIIEETJNGS.: : ) ;: I'II,I.OII'-CAlNO'FA11I.E: DAM-)

Between Indian river, and the capes of I-r1 OJI ASKS (white and colored I), DOYLHW) NAPKINS: CRASHES, GLAS.S I LINENS: : In I

Florida, are several rivers and harbours, butas i large varieties
they are not as yet actually surveyed, it I O Corsets, Laces' Silk Tics, Silk Handkerchiefs>t designs At

would be presumption in me. to impose! the i i A LARGE STOCK OF very reasonable figures.1'UIINITUUE, .
reports of the Indians upon the public ascertain j : CHINTX and KEPI'S, .FANCY TASSELS: GIMP and FRINGE:

truth. We may consider: the southern
parts of the peninsula, and the western I f fi : CASSIMERS: DOESKINS, JEANS: OASSIMEIM! : FOR UOYH WEAR, .

coast: (the bay of Tampa excepted) as terra Hi--- CLOAKINGH, UHAVERS.LADIES' : : .
incognita, till the surveyor-general of the i I ; und MISSES': UNDERVE-STH: sizes and grades, from W cts. up to

southern district of America, has completedthe FUBNITURE r I I |::.on. Ali a lot of RED;) FLANNEL: UNDEIWHIRTH for Ladies-fine grade. f

actual survey of the coast and rivers. Z I I c rir Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.- dll ,.
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---- New Advertisement______o__,_._ -- It U ImiHishible for its! to mention every article we have for vale, but every (imaginable
article usually kept In a FIllST-CLAS.S DRY GOODH ESTAIILISHMENT: : can be
i found In our House ,
WOOD AND HOOPS, jr rSpecial attention paid fo Orders, and Correspondence.'

for -ale at Fernandina by Fi'itciioiT, III\IIIICT: A co.,
ttMt 1'. 1'. BISHOP. Cl-Cm Corner of Ituy and Pine Streets. I

FOR SALE. p-I : ;


five rooms, with Closets; front Piazza, Z :
large Yard, Orange, Lemon und itunataTrees. I
Centrally located. Good title, etc.
For further mrticulars, inquire ut this CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. THOriC'AI ami NE111-TROI'I.tJ, FRUIT THKKS, HOSTS: IUCIO-
office. COtH: aud JvIIIGIIIIN: Nil 1111115 amid Fi.ouiiti\u: PLANTS.NEWAi .
-'-- i H .... .
lVOTJ( I:. CO : --
ALL given by me. to anv one whomsoever I
in the State of Florida. hare been .1 .
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revoked. See) records in office of County ----- pit*tiewl for Dc-scriptlve Catalogue. ,

Clerk. ALBERT I. IIIDWELL. ...,.
San Francisco, Cal., Nor. 13, 1880. S-4t .. 1 tf ...


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. IN TIn FLAT CHEEK New \.lverUHelUenfH. ( EX E: J ct'eutc-M, H. Warring, MadlSi -
QUA 1l TEllS..1. -- -- ISA I, liiECTOliy.lioness : BREVARD COUNTY.County I Cullcctor of
-. .-- Notice to Tas-1'ay'crs.- Slates Olllcors. Jud j6-\. Whitlock, City Point / or / Tares-B. Wai'-worth.! I MadNATEE -

Listen when I call de figgers I Watch de is hereby given that I am now LAND r:1r'rk-\. Stewart, Titiwville.Assessor Ison
NOTICE OFFICE, 1 of Tf/rC8-J. D. Stewart Tihls.it1c.Uollecurnl .
music" COUNTY.r
es you go I It to receive the State and loB
Cht\ say forrard I (Now look at 'em! some Taxes assessed for the year 18 ). My County ollke R"Ji ( -L. .\. Barnes, 01\1 II ell,'ill('. lincmic'. M. Platt, Like Jes- rill d3c-K.: M. (Orahnin, Manatee.S. .
too fas' and some, too slow I 1)) is at the store of Angel & Friend, and is'cr-.Johll P. Rollins, fa: lH'wi11e.! sup! Orange County..Superintendent 'lcrk-Hnhcrt? y (Grillith, Manatee.(:

t Step out when I gibs: de order; keen upcben open on Tuesday, Thursday and\ Saturday, Siineyor-Gencrnl-L. I). Ball, Tallahassee. dall), I/ikeVicw. of Schools, -Alexander Tin 'leri.ffWtII. /'. 1I11 'man, l'ine L'et.
wid de tine ; except when collecting\ in the country. DISTRICT! COURT.Jwlge .IftWWW of TtIJ"UWI1.. lo'. 1'arrish, Par-
What's got in Item lazy niggers ? Stop dat I will visit the following places at the time -Thomns Settle, Jacksonville CLAY COUNTY.County rish.
L stringm' out behin'I stated below Jltll'/l/l-.J., H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Judge Win. Peeler, Green Cove Cullcetur /.VreHMf-Marion( 0. Carlton,

.111 go forrard to de center I Balance roun' (Mom's Brunc I 1....'[onc1ay, January 10, 1881! Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville! Springs.Clerk. Pine Level
an den go back I King's Ferry :Tuesday. 11, INTERNAL -O. A. Biuldington, Green Cove Superintendent of &lwol-rctlx J. Seward,
Keep on in de 'rection Dunn's Creek..Wednesday 12 REVENUE.( Spring
proper right straight Pine level
up an' down de crack I Higginbotham's..Thursday, 13, Collector-}Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove MARION, COUNTS.

Moube.up sides, ntH!' mind dc music ; listen Brandy Branch..Friday, U, fOLLKCTOUS OF CUSTOMS. Springs. Mclntnsh( Ooala. ,
1 when you hear me speak' I Callahan..............Saturday, 15, John W. Howell, Fernnndina. Artessur I of Tares-Win. Conway, Kingsley.Collector : County dodge.T.i.W. Tiong, Orala.
(Jes' look at deal Pea Ridge niggers, how Hart's Road.........:Monday, 30, E4IWllrelll.pkin'4; 1 Jacksonville. of Ilerrnuc-Wpu, :S. 1'1\lIn tHl'r, C7rrJt-H." .

dey's buckin' 'gin the Creek !1)) Conevillc.............Tuesday, 31, John F. House\! St.':lugnstine.\ t Maxville.tiHiicrintcndcnt. fSoro/to-Th'omas Barco, CottonPlant.
Dat's de proper action, Sambo I Den you Bakerville............Tuesday, 31, J. M.( Currie, Cedar Key. f Schools M. F. Geiger,
done the bizncs right I .Amelia..............Friday, 7, (ict.1Ic1l\1rg. oftarnwe, -Frolerick N. Foy,

Now show '('m how you knocked do splinters W. P. SCOTT, Collector. Slate OHlrorN.EXIX'fTlVE ('OLtMIIt.'ot' TY. Ol'ala.SIl'rrillft'lIlcllt Wlcctor.
at doshuckin' t'uddcr night ; I'ernandina, Dec. 11, 1880. 5-tf al/lllfy.T"'uc-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. of Schools-11. l' Martin( ,
Try to do your lebcl bos', and stomp it liko DEPARTMENT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. (
you ftsc to do 1Jo I NOTICE.A (orrrnrJr-Oeorge F. Drew, Tallahm '4'c. ,o.hai.ff-J.; W. Perry, Luke City.Assessw Fort McCoy MONROE COUNTY.
? come down on dc Flat Creek step," an' l'1'e, idrllt pro tern, of SCllfltrn.. Barnes, of Tares-L. W. Rivers:Lake City. Baron Key West.Clerk .
show the Ridge thing or two I LI) POWERS OF. ATTORNEY hereto- Tallahassee. Collector ;if Tares-Thos. "'. Gctzcn, Luke County! .
Now look at tat limber Jonah Secretary f SllfcH.. Rankin Talla City.RiipcrinteiidcHtnftfehools. -John :Sitcher; Keyest.
c tryin' to fore given by me. to any one whomsoever .l }lI e'l't..
tech de ( I hassee.Comptroller. -Jnlm"l'nt".ln tHer, Sheri(_Richiml Curry,
fancy fling in the State of Florida. have been Walter C. Maloney( Jr.,
(Who ebber wed a yallcr nigger dat could revoked. See records in oflicc of County. -Coltimhus I irew'fallabassee. Lake I City Assessor rr.wi., *-

cut de )Jiidgin-wing, ?) Clerk. T1'cmtrrr-\'a1tc.r Gwynn, Tallahassef. DCVAL: COUNTY. KeWe'lt.! Revenue--Walter C. Maloney,

Try dat lick agin, dar, Moses ; tell you what, B. C. CUVELLIER.: .lftornry-Gr/lafll-Oc'orgc 1'. Raney, Talla County Judge.-William .McLean( Jack (illrctor 11'est.Soperint'nrlenf of: .
dat's hard to beat I San Francisco" Cal., Nov. 13, 1880. 3-4t hassee.Qnnwimimcr. sonville. Jr., Key Sclwols-J. ,,. Harris' Key
(How kin such little nigger handle sich a of Luiuls-Hugh A. Corley, Clerk=Thomas: Biickman: Jacksonville. of
pile of feet ?) J'tOrflllzt'rN. Tallahassee. ."herW-Uriah Bowdcn, Jacksonville. West.! .
Swing your corners I Turn your parduers ----- S/ll'ai/lfrll/lr/lt/ of I'tilllc/ Insb'tretion-1V. I' Assessor of Ta.vrs-}Daniel P. :Smith, Jacksonville NASSAU COUNTY.CurndyJudycMinton
('I'enrscle motion's gitlin' slow.) .1. X. ItOIJSOX A SOX, HnisJey I Tallahassee. ] J. Baker, Fernan-
What's dc matter wid dc music! ? 1'ut some .fdjI fcllt. General-3. J. Dickison! T \tla- Collector '11'C'cllIlc-H'I1t\' A. J;l' ogle, .Ii 1111.
rosgum on dot how I i _______. hassee. Jacksonville. ClerkC.V.. Maxwell( I'''ctc'r .
Moobo VoininiMtoner; of Inpnigr'utiut-Ir.; ) Seth Schools Albert J. Mussels Cone, Fernandina.\: !
up, Tom-don't be so sleepy! Let -I I C C'oiiuiiiHNioii .McrcliuiilN, I- Sitjierlntcndciit of r
'cm see what you kin do I -a i French, .Jacklon,'i1Ie. Jacksonville.: J.w.w>r of Tares-Win. H. Garland: 1'crnandina. -

Light off in d gra'-vine-twis an' knock SUPREME COURT. HAMILTON ('fll" T'fllwfy.l"lcHl'l1rr \ P. Scott 1-er-
< dc"doublc-shuUlo" tool l CHARLESTON, S. C., Chief Justice/ -K.: M.( I Randal: 11 I, Jacksonville.\ ( .J. Stewart, Jasper.Clerk : (hllt'et"of. Rrecuue-11'arreii// ,
Gosh I dat douhie j'intc.l. Steben flings a hi- Atsocuile Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas -Robert:Stewart: Jasper.Nhrriff nandina.8I11t'I'illtt'wlt'lIt"t'd'Ql, -\\'. A.'fahn11cy( ,
falutin' hoof!
COSFININ(1 themselves strictly to their see. James! M.( Duncan( Jasper.Assessor .
Ho kicks de dus' plum out de planks an' '! respectfully !solicit con Associate .Tlll/ticc-H. B. Van Valkenburg, of Tares-J. T. Cooper' Ancruni. Ca Ihahanu. OKN jars de shingles on do roof I signments. Jacksonville. Collector of 1I'/'IIIr-.1. 1'. B. Goodbrcad,
Steady, now, an' check de motion I Let de .' Clerk-U. I L Foster, Tallahassee. Benton. Columbia ('olntr.SlIprrillrlldt'lIt County .1",1/r-1 11.: L. Suniiiicrlin, Orlando.
fiddler stop de clime I II Scl"l'I-Juihu\ H. Roberts Clerk:-3. 1'. Hughoy, Orlando.
smell de 'possum froo de crack, and sup- r i: K T it 1 /1: It s CIRCUIT JUIKII: : Ancruni. of Sheriff( Thomas Wt Shine, Fort Ileid.
per's gwine soon I IDo Flrtt( CY/ci/ft; -Augustus:!; Maxwell: Pen- Assessorof Tares-John C. Bryson, law,
conch ---------------- pacola.ticcoiul. .
H.n ( 'Sll1) XUNTY.County
white t folks' mighty handy, waltz- < kinsvillc.Collector.
In''roun' so nice an' fine ; This business has been our special trade Hrc/lit-Davi.t/, Walker, Tallahassee. .Jiidyc"'. L. Frierson, Brooks- JCt'rllllr-Xat.. Poyntz, Orlando.

But wlicn you come to reg'lar dancin niyycrsIcabcs for over twenty years, and we have endeavored ,, ville. Superintendent l of 8clols-.Jl11II, ; ''. ]Hecks,
'em way bchi,,' I to furnish our plllt1lfriends a PURE Third Ci'rciill-V.:. J. Vann, Madison Clerk-J. C. Ijiiw, Bnioksville. Fort Reid. .
-Scrilncr'ffor January. ARTICLE, and their continued! patronage is Fourth Circuit-II. B. Archibald, Jackson Slu'riff-.r. Mickler, Bnioksville.Assessor TAYLOR COUNTY

our best! indorsement. We are prepared to ville. + of Titres-1V. M. Garrson, Brooks-! ('CllIItI.T"d'C-n., N. Cox, IVrry.
PITH AND POINT. fill l orders for all kinds of Fertilizers,together Fifth. Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gainesville. I ville.Collector Sheriff:=Thomas OMcen: Perry.
with our Cotton and Corn Fertilize!; and of T.'rt'el/lfr-P.. Townsend, Clerk-John M. Faulker, I'l'rrSlIprrillfcwll'lIt \'.
SW/i Circuit U. r.. Mitchell( :
Tampa. Brooksvillc.Snfierintendcnt
SrhllIl': '
THE Chinese plank-An ironing board. Compound Acid I'llos thate. (f ann" Perry
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanord. of Schools-Dr. S. Stringer, S. Sutton
J. N. HOBO:; it SON, flllllfy H't'umru-O. ferry.brudy
A RAT in a trap does not believe in the Brooksville. I'J'
00 C. I
Charleston H. ( lIfIO/-
movement. __ Court
early-closing C'uloiuliir.
lILI.[ IIOKOUlilt ('Ol" TY. Culll'eol' of R'I'tllllr-Juhn C. Calhoun,
COLUMBUS made an stand but Italians Oul.n fi CO.'SFE1t'1'ILiEItt' .
egg ; TlIIRU CIRCUIT.Fjirintj : Perry.
( L. Crane '
'ulmywl'ICH. Tampa "
of less renown have made the peanut stand. Term- ] Assessor of Tares, -Win. II. Parker, Perry.ft. .

AGREAT cottage-built thatis .................................... ............................. Taylor, 2d Monday in April. ('lr'rk-1Vut: C. Brown, Tampa.Sheriff .
many men ; .. .. ; -It. Isaac! Craft, Tampa.Assessor ( JOII 'S COUNTY.Cuuuty
to say, they have it.but one story. And theyare i ;:..."' .. i .Madison:Hamilton( Monday, .4th( Monday in in April.April. of 1il.rrs-L. (I i. Leslie! Tampa. Judye M. It. Cooper St. Augustine. -
forever telling .. .. Collector of UITCIlIleBUrl!(, Tampa.Superintendent .
:Suwannee: 1st after! 4th t
BUROLAIW never wait for an opening in ............... .................................................. in Monday Monday if Schools-H. L. Crane, Clerk Burtolo F. Olivrros, St. Augustine.Slier .
their business. They jo{ to work at once Columbia\ 2d Monday after 4th Monday T u IIIpll. !/ A. N. Pacetti, Augustine.::
JEFFERSON.CiHintifJudye : Assessor/ of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.
and make an opening. IS THE] Hl:Sl''rIlING in April.Lafayette.
\fondayafter} } nth Monday in -'\. C. Whitner, )14111. t l'ello. Augustine.;
DID you ever know a man who talked for FALL GARDENS-it being April. SIeri/i'-W./ /. Bailey, Monticello. Collector/ of Reven Joseph 1'" Llambias,
Est much of himself who did not have a poor '. Lamar Monticello.Superintendent ,
perfect plant food, but will Fall 1'rrm- Clerk-'\ B. St. Augustine. -
subject for his: conversation ? keep all insects at a re"respectful tunce. Taylor, 2d Mondav in October. of Schools-J. B. Christie, Stijicrinteiident/ of Schools-Tliomas A. Fa-

THE Milwaukee bootblacks have an organ For sale in any quantity, large or small, Madison, 3d Monday in October. Monticello. cctti, St. Augustine.
now. At any rate, we observe that Polish and country orders delivered FREE on Hamilton, 4th )Monday in October. County 1'.Cf/surer-\. AV.. Simmons, PUMTER COUNTY. '-

1 newspaper has been started there. boats or cars. Vegetable growers, TRY IT. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Monticello.Collector( County Judge-I llvnry S.Cussidy! ,'Leesburg.Clerk .
\ Ion-
of Revenue-Joseph ,
GOULD & CO., in October.
: Thomas J.
Ivcy, Lccsburg.:
OLD lady {to moderate curate) : Lor', sir, ticello.
6.13118 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Columbia, 2d Monday after 4th Monday in S"criff-J. S. Dychcs, Lee hur .
I do like to 'car you preach extrunn\,ery. Ol'tobcr.Lafa'ett,3cl. Assessor of Tares-J. P. Gruntham, Monti-
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--- -- ---- -- Assessor Hutchinsou
of Tl./'c8-Jo'ph ,
Your language is that wonderful lluid I' ccl In.
Monday after 4th Monday in
ABE you lost, my little fellow ?" asked October. of Iat'lwe-John "'. 1>)'cllt. ,
a gentleman of a four-year-old. "No," he FOURTH CIRCUIT. ('(1/1/1/ (" Judc, -" J. Dixon New Troy. Lcesbiirg.Superintendent.

'sobbed in reply ; b-but my mother, is." Spriny Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, New 'freH', of Schools, -II. II. Duncan
I' St. John's, 3d Tuesday March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Lake Grinlii.
: A WOMAN at Des :Moines has a hen which 215 PEARL STREET; NEW: YORK, Clay, 4th Tuesday: in'March. SjterinteHdent' of.d"'oJ., (e. Ramsey, New
I site declares to be twenty-eight years old. Bradford, Tuesday in April. Troy SUWANNEE COUNTY.
More than fifty hotel keepers have sought Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County 1'rl'fmlrrr-J. J. Paintar, New Troy. County Judye-Michael A. [Clouts, Live

t' buy the fowl.MATCHMAKING. Manufacturers. oft Nassau, Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Oak. %
Duval, 3d Tuesday in May. Troy. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
mamma (to her marriageable \ Fall 1'mlt- Assessor of Tajtet"". W. Cottrell, New .'i/lcriff-Jllhll II. Session. Live Oak.
daughter) : Virginia, dear, don't lose :St.: John's 3d Tuesday in Set:: 'teuuiber. Troy. Assessor of Taxes"'. II. SessionsVel! -
of that in mourning. He
sight gentleman CHEMICAL I'EItTILIZEKS.-+- born.
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. LEON COUNTY.
may be a widower. Bradford, hot Tuesday in October. County Judye-H.-C. Rippoy, Tallahassee. Collector of It't'clwe-noLert F. Allison;

SOME: ono has charged Tennyson with plagiarism. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Sheriff=A. Muscle), Tallahassee." Live Oak.
Wo have long suspected( that (p. Nassau: :3d Tucs":" '! :" c.. o(1>pr.Duval Clerk-C. A. I ryan'Tallahassee.Superintendent Superintendent of Srhoo/s--J.0. C. Jones,
laureate ha been remodeling the fugitive 3d Tuesday in November.FIFTH ( of Schools-HenryN. Felkel, Live Oak.

poems of' tho Sweet Sin er of Michigan. .' CIRCUIT 'fllllahu sl'('. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

CINCINNATI asserts that the reason she ;if'" ORANGE i3 Spring Term- Trclllf/trcr--.T. J'. Demilly Tallahassee. County Judye-Fred. I. LaPcnotiere, En-
to Suinter; :2d Monday in March. Collector of Rrt'nnc-C.: C. Pearce, Talla terprise.
with Theodore Thomas was owing
parted THEE Marion, 3d Monday in March. hassee. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise
the discovery of the startling fact that he Alaehua, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Tares-R. A. Shine, Tallahassee. -hl'T'iff-W. A. Cone Enterprise.AwttMtr .
unable make whistle out of pig's.tail.
was to a a of Taret !
,qtr 1IANURE-S' March. -lieiijuiniii Richardson
.- Levy, 3d Monday after! 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY. Knterprise.;

.} fflUTIC bridegroom (scrutinizing a "six- March. County .lu 1"/ -W. II. Sebring, Rrnnson; Collector of Iel'clllle-John II. Jordan De-
mark teapot( shown him by his wife) : "It Putnam, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-J; M. Barco, Bronson. Land.
is quite consummate, is it not?" Intense A Most Superior Article, under our own i March. SIII'riffn.. Ffnlau"son. Bronson. Suju-riittendeiit of Hchooln-James II. Chan-
bride : "It is indeed Oh. Algernon, let us Fall Term- Assessor of Tares-J. M. Willis! Bronson. dler, Enterprise.
live UI to it I:' Special Formula.COMPLETE Suinter, 4th Monday in October. Cullectur of Rt't''lwe-J C. McGrew, WAKULLA e.t' T'UllIlfIJmlUe \.

advertisement in Marion, 1st Monday after 4th Monday} Bronson. ( -'\". T. Duval, Crawfordvillc.
THE following appeared
October. "clwf.lls-Jo! F. Shands
Superintendent of ,
SlluijJ"-W. II. Walker
This is to notify Patrick Crawfordvillc.
an newspaper : 3d after 4th Monday\ in
Alaehua, Monday Bronson.
O'Flaherty, who lately left his lodgings Clerk-Nat. It. Walker, Crawford vile.
October. )1.\l'I.-f'X COUNTY.
t that if ho does not return soon and pay fur } after 1th Monday in Sttj>erinteiultnt of -dlOuls-John L. Crawford -
MANURES 1st Monday
the same he shall be advertised." Tom' November.Putnam Levy County Judye. -R. M. \Vithei>i>oon, Madi Crawfordville.
boats Treatunr-\r.. .
in son. Crawford.
MANY (phvsicians claim that intemperance 2d Tuesday aftcr 1st Monday ."lceriff-T. H. Willurd, Madison. ville.

is: disease.: It must bo contagious, then ; FOR EVERY FARM: CROP, December Clerk-John M. Beggs, MadisonSiiiterintendent Collector of Jcmllte-\\ H. Walker, Craw-
r S at any rate, a man who gets: drunk finally SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Spritiff of &lwJ11T'ner, fordville.
' catches it when ho goes home. There may TermVoiusia Madison.. A,*e or of r.wOeo. F. Register: : Crawfonlville. -
appear to bo some little discrepancy or contradiction 1st Monday in May.Brcvard County TrC'flSllrt'rIIith:: Madison .
I here but we can't stop for that Prepared on scientific principles to supplythe 2d Monday in May.
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Orange, 3d Monday in May. --- -
now.-Iliirdctte.( exact plant food for each crop, so as Dade, 2d Monday in June.Fall I-

Oh look at the donkey I he's been destroying C3tO
to produce large yields per acre. TerneVolusialst.Monday- -- -
that hill of corn !1" exclaimed Mrs : in >ovember.Brevard .
Suburban:; in disma)'. "Confound him !I" : 2d Monday in November. :: C

said the husband, Hinging a stick at the animal Orange, 3d Monday in o\"eml'r. COCITItE ::2
he's u corn-summit 1lSI1"! The scream ALSO DEALERS IV Dade, 2d Monday in December.County X r
that Mrs. 8. emitted, previous: to going otfina LU i'I1C3
the beast than herhusband's gIlrprv.
faint, frightened more
titick.-B08tOl& Trati.wrij."ARE PRIME AGRICULTURAL. CHEMICALS: : AL.ClflT."Ol' TY. 11<
you an Odd Fellow?'' No, sir I County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Oall1esviUe. .. ,0 13g
have been married more than a week." I SULPHATE; AMMONIA ) C THE ONLY

mean do von belong to the order of Odd Cl'erl:-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. : : (i LUNG PAD r'FQ
Fellows r' "No; I belong to the order of PHOSPHATES Sharif-John W. Turner, Gainesville x '
married men." "Mercy, how dull 1 Are ACID : Assessor of Tajet-3. M. Dell, Gainesville.Collector .:s c 4UE 'yli( _ACtxrs

you a Mason ?" No ; I am a carpenter" of ltnenut'1, P. Thomas, GamesSupfrintendent -
Worse and worse I Are you a Son of Temperance .MURIATE OF POTASH, ville. VOITK IIACK'ACIIE BY _UP ORI'fjOSATURE'8( WAY

?'* "No; I Bill the son of Mr. John of Schools O. A. Myers, disease* of the Kidneys, Bladder -

bossing"SPINSTER SULPHATE OF SODA, Gainesville. and Urinary Organs, by wearing the Lux B-IHKANES,
COl'l'TY.CbIUllgJulgeJno. AljL TIIHOAT
landlady : Then you and yourmamma DISEASES I
R. Herndon.Sunderson. 3j
I want the same room you hail last Breathing Troublt'N.It .
t NITRATE Sanderson _
Cl"lJ.. funs
*' Yes Miss
lady : Sprig-
year? Young : Sanderson.Aieior rir.KIDSEY PAD.It .
only it i isn't mamma who is: with me, Sheriff J. C. Williams. DRIVES INTO the system curative "\
gins, r
E.: (J. Rogerson,
Taxet- agents and
of healing
t I I've married since last LIME me licll1es.
but my husband : got SUPERPHOSPHATE is a MARVEL of HEALING: and REIJI'FSIMPLE. :
Spinster landlady : "Lor, now,have c1erMI)1. It DUA Wt S:; {OM the diseased:, parts the-
year. finytoee-IUcliarl Kennedy, SENSIBLE: DIRECT,
CulMor :
hear it. Yet, after all, I cause death
you? Fin glad to .\TIGXJ.SI.: \, arb'vittc. PAINLESS: and POWERFUL.: It CURES Thousands, .
j.- cc don't know why I should be glad' ; you ne"erdid Superintendent of School*-\\". O. Hampton.Ohutee. where all else fails A REVELATION: and : testify to its virtues.

roe any harm, poor thing.; !! REVOLUTION in Medicine. Absorptionor YOU CAN BE HELlF.YEDXD CURED.Don't .

In Scott oounty, Ky., was butted DR\I>FOKI> CUl'XTY. direct medication, as opposed! to unsatisfactory despair
A MAN Ground until l
r Strictly Pure Bono. internal medicines. Send for you have tried this sen.
of the stomach by a mountain ram J. It. Richard, Providence. our FiLlt'. elUoil
the Pit County Judge: y appliett anlt RADICALLY
treatise on Kidney troubles sent free. Sold EF'E.TLAli '
He was: badly hurt, and a Clt'rtHt'nrYurk, Lake! Butler. } : Uemooy.
The latter arrived by drujrpUt" ,!, or sent l 10) mail on receipt ofpiiet',1'WO
physician sent for. Starke.Auetsor Sold
j was SheriffV. DrujJil, !! l, or sent by mail .
and asked him how he felt. He replied; Our circulars give fuI11)3rticutal't', and are of Tajte!-\. J. McKinney, Lake ceil't of price, TWO nOLL.\HS by on re
IanTre dy-fordeath, but I don't like to UutLer. THE "ONLY" LUNG PADt'o., TUE "OSLY" LUNG
die this way. I wouldn't mind being kickedto mailed free to all applicants. They contain Collector of RC''t'IUU'-\trn..t D. Cone Lake Williams Block, Williams: I'AD mock Co..
horse or gored Detroit, )(jc'h. ,
deathby death by a a Durham thoroughbred bull, but I can't stand information that will be of service to those, I Uutler.I SuperinlendfHt. o/ School*-C. E. Harrison, ;drThis is the original and genuine Kidney tstSend fur testimonials andTour .

to being butted into eternity. by a 3-4m I Starke. Pud. Ask for it and take no other &} 'I.Thre')1ilUonli book
the idea of "; buying or using Fertilizers. a Year. Sent free. W.
mountain ram! .


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-- ------ -- -- S- CO.'ICl'ICt'1' iioAitn or Aani- rate the root of experiments. Without t;

Real 1' !OItnh.'. 1aSO. 1881. CUI.I'UIU. special appropriations and, special: help, lie ,: I
-- ----- would be opposed to making the college an

roil SAL1:2110TLL "'hat the farmer ought to know, ami experiment station, as the professors! if doing
!how he may )learn It," was the general subject their duty, have already quite enough
for f discussion! : at the three liar!"' sessionof 10\1 their h uuls, The collegennd the experiment 1
the Connecticut State BouVd. held hut station are \both needed., Brain work I

------- + TEEFLORIDA week in New Itritain. Professor H, (1. North- though harder than; hand, work, brings the
+ ++ the reboot best returns If n greater proportion of
nip, speaking i of n-hit common
I A IIESIUAIIM: : : I thonld do far avrirtitturc, said that us theCreu- farmers: Wl'ft''l'I\ educated l, people would
: : tor undoubtedly designed that agriculture eonsiderfarmingahigher lni"inessfornnvne-:

+ __ _-------+ should he the chief occupation of man, and l.'ul'ltinltnk:1: rank according to the cultureof
+ ++ since slavery is abolished and there is: no those who are engaged in it. Farmers

longer any caste to obstruct general education need to mingle more with each other and
Situated directly on the. llailroad, I I people-should strive to do more with the best of those: who are engaged in \

than ever before to educate all tho children.If other occupations. In reply to n question\ }It

IN OXE: OF THEHEALTHIEST : knowledge; is i power, ignorance i is i impotence. he said that although in Ilie t :early days nf the :' .
MIRRORS The best way to elevate farming i is to Michigan College it was difficult to obtain
elevate the farmer, and to dignify farmingthe and hard fighting was necessary, t
:: PA11T8: OF FL01MDA. farmer must he educated. Farmers:, yet the fruits of t hl' ('l1ort had been so abundant
and take tn'h ; that decided change had come over
should \' !' the school: mote, .j
un interest in them us tosecuretoallatraln- f the people of the state, and it was now only J
For larticutnrat1dre ing in the common English branches. The necessary for the friends of the college to

1.'LOHW.IIHHOH, great fault observed in college graduates is make known their wants in order to get nil\

53-tf Fernandina, Fla. their i ignorance of the rudiments and first the appropriation needed Every: newspaper
principles of an education Greater prominence in the state is: now an advocate for the col
----- should he given- to reading, so that ll'gI\I\ll the farmers are ready to supportIn

Till l'LOUln.\ reading shall become a pleasure rather thana I it,
task The' art of rapid reading with clear the paper by Dr. Jo:. J.cwl.turtl'"UlIt:: ,
AND IMMIGUAT10X (,O ll"\' Y _I " .. -E'A.lV.-- understanding of what is: read, once Acquired somewhat different view was taken of rill/-
LAND i isu key to knowledge that i is too little eat ion for the farmer. It needs to be different
valued and too. little sought for in our from that of the mechanic.\ The mechanicItnla
OFFERS: common schools: duo much time *is givento I : his I.,u5umcs.'s' sclnarnted! from Ins home,

\ !, and rules in arithmetic, the farmer's! Is combined with it. There ila
GOO.()()() ,Acres! and too little\ to the art of rapid' reckoning. certain loneliness his position: that cannotbe

Habits of observation should also! be early entirely overcome combining with oth
Of the roostACCESSIBLE : acquired ; things: rather than h'xl.hnok':4Ohllu1t1 : ers His education\ t meet these difficulties

be the study of the young'hitdren( it must (teach him to he a more complete t
: AND DESIRABLE: should learn to love nature and should become man as an individual The farmer has
1 familiar with nature's processes andmethods. learned to pride himself on being ..rnctlcal.11'e .

IAMIS IX THE' : They should learn to use the eye, must not too much shock this idea. The
the royal avenue to th1I\ 1\t1. 'lt'aeuerswho agricultural colleges must have the respectof
STATE OF FLORIDA, I confine themselves: to books are many cenrsbehtndmtnd the masses, .\ dU\IIgl'l\I this direction isobservable. J
may themselves go to :Jon) for \ The classics are tending towarda
At only $1.23 per acre to new settlers, with instruction second place while science is coming to

the privilege of !selection in parcels of 40acres The world is open to all for study, but the front. Two gross mistakes, he believed,

:,! or more These lands are Im'atl'tlo11 rviO N how few are t the eyes: t that. are open to it. 11tll'l'n made by the managers enforced of labor many,
Children should not only he taught to observe agricultural!; colleges ; one
and adjacent to the line of the t'q dI:1 idl; ''lli IkgI' W I but should, learn to describe accurately. the other trying to make a farm pay. The
ohoulJ"he used for the of in
If this habit is not acquired early, it farm purposes
ATLANTIC, Gt'LF AND WEST;: INDIA \ o never will he acquired\ The many failures struction. Labor inclines to give a lower

TRANSIT:; CO.'S n. It., H s J among t tau so-called t fancy farmers are owing tone to the college, mind brings It.down to
a of the farmer. A
,( to the fact that they have' observed too little the average thought paying
hooks too much. Curiosity I college farm is: a sign poor (teaching.
the Atlantic
extending from FERNANDINA on 1 und depended on suih,1\
r 1 tj cat t mind what appetite' is to the The idea of training the should neverbe .
is i to the : .
to CEDAR KEY, on the Julf; coast, s Jr.ea' PdH body, it creates a hungering for knowledge.It lost: sight of. Object) (teaching is not science i/

thus affording to the producer cheap, con- Y is i of no use to try to educate a child that it i is gathering facts The college graduate
start and rapid transportation: to the best has l\e.\uin.lHoIIIH' for knowledge. It i is of 1 should 1 he, !so taught that he can arrange -
z. \ that American and use /fads Education\ must develop
markets. the highest he importance to look I..hlM honorable the thinking luau: It must give time slu-
youth taught upon
The belt of country traversed! by the Transit and that industrial occupations he dent control over his: own faculties.tytfiiuitie ,

It. 11. embracesEVERY :' lIHII'lIttrnditl'hihln'lI, h'lu'lthat( lhehealthy / .fll'! cu1tIl/'fl1 Kdiienlioii farmers and mechanics have a better to the American J mrsuurrs was: the topic discussed

VARIETY OF! SOILto chance in life than do city clerks, for by ProlessorS.: "'. Johnson, ills present
clerks! are paid less than skilled laborers.There want is not so much owing to n lack of
be found in the State, a large proportion has been a tendency render farm knowledge as ton lid ter ability systematize. (
The farmer obtains!' I his education
to the culture of work distasteful: to boys by making it tauconstant
adapted : (
being farmers', clubs and
through !schools: colleges, :!
All animals when play,
SEMiTnoFie.uFlints: and Early: Vegetables, ==:BC> O i .NDJOE == and l'hil1I'l'1"houltl! :have ample young time allowed \ agricultural exhibitions, but there arc grave

and The Large, Compact Bodies of Timber them for this: IIh'l'r"iulLllhort should defects in all of these or we would not be
here discussing.: Foreign!; countries:'! In sonsecspects
make these lands worthy of CA11KFULZv'A': mean enjoyment Of the successful men now
ahead of excel us: in
us. They
in 'onnectieut! nearly all were working are +
TIO.Y manufacturers:,! of LUMIIKR living "'l' huvu
AJIlX.t by I boys, while the few who despised labor methods for making farmers.! nosystem
AND \.W.\J, STOKE*. in their: youth have come+ to little The ( that will Insure to ('\'l'rhoy who (Is
speaker would counsel city youth to spend to become a ,farmer usnitublccdiuutioii! ) and

NEW SETTLERS at !least one season at hard!work on a 'iarm.lie when suitable' school is established are )
by not sure of I the! boys to ('tllll'ltcIorc of
1 I believes: much maybe accomplished:
land fl'01Ithill company are fur. tht'sinqleelcmcnly might he taught in our l
Purchasing: teaching the elements of our practical' sciences
visited with entire free pusunye on the Transit HOUSE : in (the common schools, and that common schools: Children may bo taught 1 1snuck
PRINTING should he of" plants, minerals and even chemistry -
the work
effects teachers:! conlpetent
Railroad for family and( personal:! : in school without interfering with other
!selected. He would not increase: the number
tation'neare t the land purchased. useful studies. Under competent teacher
to the of studies, hut would make better selection. u
TITLE COMPLETE, being derived by He does not like the (1t'1or! draw- u ('hillt1111>' learn more in u Wl'l'kHnftho II j'' f
things: which be! sees I every day, than his:'!
grunt from the United States and purchase. ing farmers: into villages: to live, while their text-hooks siullvut
know. Our
t lands are in time outskirts.: His highest idea parent can I
from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE" fault when t theendsof the earth
of American life is that l found in our most they goto
highly civilized country haunts To improve to describe: kangaroo, while they leave the! I
SOLICITED. of the domestic' animals and
the huiii ignorant
the schools is to improve \'s.
Insect enemies which tire such power for :
Professor \\'. J, Real discoursed t on Our
doors accordingly us
good or ill at our own : ,
Descriptive MAIM and CIIU.TLAKS mailed on Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, S'.i of Agriculture. The old idea entertained we understand them. Wu can get( much

application. years:,! ago that the fllrml'rll'l.II'1 not more into the school hours that will benefit
education, i is rapidly passing! ) away. Ignorant the l'ItiltlU'11 will set ourselves' about) it.II' .
CIIAS. W. LEWIS: : farmers may tloat along now, but theyare I( the lIullI'llofJ.rklllllrl' amid the Board } ,

Land Commissioner.Olllee : kept from sinking I by educated' farmers, of Education; would work together in this

cor. Beach and Seventh Sts. whose ideas they accept I'I'I'ol.lhawlltllUlltwithollt mutter they might both do hetterwork. He
IG-tf giving credit. The Michigan! College hud often I thought I of the waste land within 1 ;
!! : ,
classed ::
the he
, of earliest
is one ( among u few miles of New Haven, oftholdtih l r I. I price l i *

Till,] FI.OIUIKV .- the successful institutions of the kind. und scarcity of many of the choicer fruits,
Wht'1orgllll t.l.1 there were no models nor vegetables: and salads, nail of the thousands ,
trained professors, and no suitable! text of boys who are idle because we have given I
N IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Fcruamliiia FERNl.NDIN1FLltID.1\. books.: Now the( college can point to these them nothing/ to do. These three facts have
'rOW labors, More
as among the results: of u significance which should Hot ho overlooked -
than three-fifths its: graduates! : are engaged J t or ignored. '

in some kind of indmtrhl pursuit, whilooth1j The speaker' believes' in special schools i
ure professors in .similar institutions, where advanced scholars can take special
authors and editors: of ngricultiind; !hooka under u competent professor und t
Touiis'" on It. It. bloc, and periodicals. A smaller number are engaged course practical farmer; such schools to take nyoung 4

Ami Cedar Key. in other work not specially connected man for three years:,! or for six monthsottl {
cultivation of the soil lie would
v ,_ ,.... with the during the winter months when he
-- .. ... t. : make oath that )
,. never compel a Yet J
: ,: could bo best. spared I from the farm. we
,. .. .... he would be a farmer after leaving college have no such schools. They would cost too I
any more than be would Prevent a graduate 1 be self-supporting. Our presentugt
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers:,! a large ; ;r from a literary college from working the ricultural colleges! are great/ national blessing
soil if his tastes should incline him that I that take
but they do not turn out boys 'J
number of the most eligible al\ll1eiruhlc( way. Usually, that college which located to helping in time management of their fairer
for in an agricultural community, where farming -, Shctlleld I school bus given
or The
Business Purposes
Lots suitable for :' !!
001 '(" anal having amid will bo
added SEW 'I'1'1'E.tI1:11' PRESSES- to our ( Ii both profitable popular, nn education to many scholars:,! who are not
City or Suburban Residences, the successful college. If agricultural found on farn}". It graduates them rather d II,
SKILLED WORKMEN: who know how to use the Hume, we are noprl'l'arl'tt \\' suits are un| opulur in a .state, time boys und will will from than toward the fa rill. It often hUll
seldom seek the agricultural :
but few pupils, sometimes I none. Connecticut
UPON JUS'fEItI:;. be slow to engage in farming utter graduating. JIIcIIII.. not cure! for tin agricultu
do UIl111111 kind of printing. J young(
education, but the! time is i coming when
, Muny boy were never made to become this will be ChUIIl'f1.'u;: need cheaper
, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to farmers. They have strong tastes which school Prussia has them, und they touch
lead, them in other directions: and it is wellto and
her boys how to be useful Our boys
in manufacturing or Industrial learn to do that which they willIe
parties engaged .. a '- let them girls seem to IH dreaming of luxury fillet
the 4 likely to do well, Two of the student at i without to for it. If we cannot
enterprises, who will erect on property become having pay
the Mh-nij.'aii College have superior
un education' for our boys by any
purchased substantial improvements artists If wewutid' keep the boy on the other menus', let us take them u\llllclllI them
farm who has! hud a college training, we tlll'lII'e need
for residence! or in which to conduct their A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD must: keep the farm in view. Ho l is therefore the to school agricultural; und with to help! us; us u pea

business.: FROM,, in favor of some manual labor while the ple. Our national! l strength und pro"'|>crity

MANUFACTUIl- boy is in college, but inch labor should be de|>crid upon it, Wulcl..1 the restraint that t
of his education
looked upon us a part hlllultrlall'thll'lIt1ol1 und training: brings.!
ERS, by exemption for a term of years from than us cjrUtJ l'\')". All the boys who board I an Freedom is worthless without restraint nUll
at Michigan College work three hours uday.In lien in muk-
safeguard' against despotism!
taxation, offered by the several cities andtowns. teaching science it is necessary! that timestudent our rnishopwork und farm work honorable und
should liaiidlelliethingshels learning
Apply to about. A half hour' work trimming u idlciiCM! dishonorable. l.

>f 0fflce cor. Beach 7th sts., Fernandina. i il grain vine or fruit tree under the directionof THWAKTEP ambition : "Oh dear) r'{ exclaimed 1. '.

('-tf Ollii-e 'In "'Jurhln.1 u teacher: is I often worth more than hoursof Peiiniman, 1 with I could excel in .
AM'" Xeutlj.' ami 11''*" C'lieiip 11'" any reading without the haw and shears inhand. something! I do believe if 1 should! kill a But outdoor training alone would! man It wouldn't be anything but murder !in

_- not l be sufllcient. The student roust !learn the second degree I" t
111\IEISUN. the whys n\l M. the theory as well! as the practiceund this I id i STKICT; discipline : Major-''How dare you '
Letter taught in the cl.tss-rooin. He would vmoke parade. Throw t'uurcigar away ut
never tell u student. anything that he oughtto once!" J.icutcllulltWith pleasure, inulor. '
41 -, .,.---., -:;- ........ ;-"":" learn without being told. The !,rime object ." Major (angrily) Ynu mu t throw
.,. ,, ,::. ;" of the teacher should be to train the it away without pleasure" 1 1II

student! so he will be ublu to gather fact
',' without help and to draw legitimate! cunclu- Yw, yer reverence, all thim! nuines he)
ions> therefrom.. A great many students! called me, and sis, 1, 'I wouldn't demaneincaclf
have tukcn u abort course at the Michigan tn lose me tt'lIIlocr Mid such u low

tta College without graduating. They came for lilaokjiyurd,' MO 1 jilt knocked: him over wit
and then left to cuter the the stick and come away;'
orders for 1'l.lNTl.VU, BINDINGS i and !lil'LINC to ofllccout- a a.tot.'C j all'UrSN"'iC. .. ..
ir'Doitsendyour active business of life with increased ability -
UNDERTAKE R strengthened 4.1 power These are being A eERhtx'EIm: 1lsh general at the i>olut of

FIFTH ST.. }']mS.\ IHS.\, FLA. side the .State. Order for either will receive prompt attention from u+. Address heard from everywhere, ami are prominentmember death, opened his eyes, and who(hetlngu consultation
in society. of four physicians! were standingclose \m
be ex by hi(* Ix-dslile: faintlyexclaimed : J
u.11I1IOn.. Should; the agricultural college an
; METALLIC CASK: PLonl It tire by'ptntuuita'it'. allover
BURIAL ItOllI*: pertinent station J U yet an open question "Gentlemen you
:X COFFINS AM CASKETS: r fraY.\sPIJU FtI \, 'Profess Betd thinks men are apt to under with me," and Instontly :.
attended to. ,
orders promptly 4L ,_ .
:Telegraphic loctU .. '" '" ... ,
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i THE FLORIDA MIRROR Route THE steamer Florida of the:! Sea Island 1ERNANDINA can become-- ---a -populous-- city. The Sabbath.-. ---- City Council Proceedings- -- -

sails for Savannah, every Monday, Let her child Regular meeting of council, January
H.00 A merchants show that nndaunted Like a mother's kiss to a weary 5tht],
YEAH; fl.OO FOR SIXMOXTllS.Correspondence. Wednesday! of the and Friday afternoon, after arrival energy and vim which i ii displayed by our Like a calm of the sea-waves! raging anti 1881. l're8ellt-C0l1ncilmcll Clay't Defanoy''

passenger! train sister cities! look out the improvementsneeded wild Baxter, Cribb, and Hoyt.

The Mtnnon desires to reflect.the Interests t MR. JOSEPH GOOD F.U., senior member of to enable her to grow to metropolitan Like rest,; sweet rest, to tired feet In the absence of the president, the meeting

of the whole State and will publish with the firm of Goodscll Bros., of the Pulaskt proportions, ami after securing what is Like joy's sweet dream, while sorrow sleeps; was called to order by the clerk ; and on

I pleasure communIcations from the interior. House, Savannah, Georgia, and Kgrnont needed immediately have the work done. Like dew upon the drooping flower ; I motion of Councilman Baxter, Councilman

There Hotel at this place, is in town. THE steamer Like in despairing hour; Hoyt was elected president pro tan.
ore many valuable experiments being Florida made her first trip hope a
carried, the results of which would be of THE schooner Gettysburg, Captain Nprh- on thc "Sea Island Route" from Savannah Like jo 'full1ews from those' we love ; The minutes of the previous meeting were

great value to others, and information of the fey, loaded with lumber at this port last to Fernandina on Sunday last, bringing seventy Like benedictions from above, read awl approved.The I

growth and progress of the newly settled month, by C. B. McClcnny, for Alsop&Clark passengers and quite a large freight. Comes' the :Sabbath morn to lime petition of Clias. Knabb was read and

portion are matters of general interest. New York, has put into Norfolk in distress. Returning on Monday, MIC 110(111 full freight, Iarls.The referred' ( to street committee, with power to
Bernard .1[.
-- --, THE brig Lucy and schooner T. Vawlcrhrr consisting in part of some two hundred act.The
bales of mysterious messenger' of death,always following bills: were referred' to
Local Reflections. Per, now in port, are loading with lumber cotton, seven hundred packages of
for Captain C. A. Fairchild the ornngl''te.. laden with sadness; has suddenly summoned finance committee: C. A.1aley.50; W. p,

1 THERE is n scarcity in eggs. the West Indies and the, former for AN from our nmR our friend Bernard Davis) : Wood, *!u.nG.( ,
A NEW production-Orange sherbert. York. for New the South exchange is says : "As an evidence that son of General) in
sharing the
general prosperity Cumberland Island, TUB tooting of the tin horn has subsided. THERE are at present in operation on the of the country, we note that during the and zealous friend, ;
a genial companion a John Wilkcrson, $30; Dr. Starbuck, $2; (j.
RAILROAD employes are not partial to cold line of the Atlantic, Gulf& West India Tran- year just ended the Merchandise' : tonnage at and was endeared to11:' by many virtues: F. Avery $28.Statements .

weather sit and Peninsular Railroads seventeen sawmills the principal pood led points' in they rH\thl'rll emanating from a truly generous heart and of marshal's fine account for

THE United States: Revenue Cutter Bout tt'cll with tt capacity of 84,200,000 feet per Railway and Steamship Association increased noble soul. We tender to his: widow and December and January referred to finance

was, in port this week. annum. thirty-three tliirty.fivc per cent., and the revenue family our heartfelt sympathy and condo- committee.:

LOVELY weather for rowingon the smooth CAPTAIN JAMES C. POST, United States engineer per cent. lence. The remains were taken to Dungc- An ordinance in relation to amendments Y

1 waters of Amelia. river. assistant to General Gillrnore, was u TirEslen/uship' Cnrowtelet, Captain Beck, ness and interred on lat :Sunday; passed its first reading, and was referred to 9tV

THE Nassau guest of the Kgmont this week. He was of the Nassau Mail Steamship Line, arrivedat --- -- ordinance committee.
Light Artillery have changed here in the interests this port on Sunday, sailing List r
of harbor Improve- on Sunday l\tH8rnycr
their drill to Mr.( G. Stark, chairman of the sanitarycommittee
night .
( Monday.HON. ments. night for Nassau, with forty'-live passengers I'er steamship; Western 1('.(,,,, from New
referred to council letter
a received -
"'. NAYLOR THOMPSON, senator from 1'J.oltlD.lumuer and a good freight. The next steamer, the York on Wednesday : Mrs( G W TUl'ker1111
dealers) the
him from
report business by city treasurer' in
this district, is in Tallahassee. good. City of Austin,, Captain Stevens, of this line, daughter, Mr( and, Mrs A 'ran, Mr( and Mrs( .
They arc I .
shipping large quantities of regard to sanitary i appropriations.On :
THE steamer Florida arrived on Friday lumber, both foreign and coastwise, and the is due here on the IGth inst., and will sail I C .\ Sterns Miss[ M Payne.' Mrs(. II X Powell, motion of Councilman Clay council

morning with sixty-six passengers. of for Nassau on the same. date. Mrs( L I' Sampson, Miss[j ][attic Sampson:; Mr(
prospect a heavy spring trade is very flat- approved the action of the treasurer in re-
IT be and Mrs( Thomas Paine Mr( and Mrs(. S Car-
THE rifle club meets at the armory of the terine.A -. may some satisfaction to the snowed- !!ard tu the 811111l'.
Nassau up communities to know that the rio and<< three children, Mrs( S Dunn and two rm-
Light Artillery every Tuesday SPECIES of the Fcli cares, nil animal of although (On motion of Councilman: Baxter, the
last storm traveled around the northeasterncoast children<< Mrs( M Butler, Rufus! Sampson: (
C. K. TAYLOR, of Uronson, has been the cat family, was killed on the island during ordinance in regard to appropriation: was
appointed of Florida, and for u little while the Gco Sampson W K: Hcmphreyville( :Seth:
conductor on the Transit Ilond. the past week. It being such a fine referred to ordinance committee, for the purpose
thermometer recorded :20? degreesabove' zero Alba, E Burkhardt, Geo II Rice\ Chas Bos-
THE capacity of the sawmills on the St. specimen, it is proposed to have him at this place, it soon left us: northward hound, taro, C M Brown, 0 H Woodward, I B] of revision: and amendment. ,t
mounted. Hill of J. .Acosta, 0050. returned by
Marys river is over30,000,000 feet per year. along the Atlantic roast for Maryland( leaving Woodward, n Chapl'ill, (Gee J Russell:; ,, KW :I
finance committee for itemized bill.
THE schooner A. P. Xbwcll is in port load- "In the train behind time ?" inquired a' us with our thermometer ranging: from Bcnham, J Bedford Win Horton, O l .\ ,
Bill of James Thybault, $22 was returned
ing lumber for C. 1) McClcnny for New gentleman at the station. "No, surr," replied 43; to 00 degrees.WHEN Wright, Henry Gates' 15 O Smith.T A Smith, ,

York. the porter ; "it's not behind time, the F W Ingraham, C N Fisher:; W B Howard, by finance committee, approved by committee -
steamer Florida
surr, but it's jist bchoind the first arrived on contracts for same ; and on motion of ,
drawbridge bc- J D Maher( A II Cortcy.
THE merchants generally manifest considerable yant there" here, and every one was curious to inspecther Councilman{ Delaney, the same was laid<< on

interest in keeping their sidewalks our portly p0)icenlan.4) 'among the the table.
NEVER in the history of Fernandina has hundred Hotel Arrivals.KIIMOXT .
clean. or moro who went through
the On motion of Councilman Baxter, a committee -
TIlE steamer Jr. B. Plant, of the Cumber- there been so much activity manifested on cabin, and coming suddenly<< in front, of till : : HOTEL. consisting of the president of the

land Route, brought forty passengers on our docks as in the present season. Everything large mirror he exclajmcd, Why they have Arthur Robinson LYI1iHohilllonf.Tohn( council and( the members of the finance

Friday. appears to be in excellent working or- got a policeman aboard just like me." Of )F Willis: J Scott Peebles and I wife, WilliamVan committee, was appointed' to make an appropriation -

der and the work moves along finely. course he has never heard the last of it, fleck, C N Vl1n'Il'ck, J Weller.. M( A for the 1881.!
THERE was no meeting of the county com THE that and when Robinson: mid wife, Mrs. Cane, Miss Hohill- year .t
missioners turkey escaped being served up now a new boat comes to our son.IS MalsonGeoSM DUlfl'r Cincinnati On motion of Councilman Baxter, the

this week, a quorum not being during the holiday dinners i is now prouder docks he is never curious enough to go I) C Wilson, .Ir, M[ Jl'IIrHEIr[ M[ Grillln,; grade, of Broomc street t and :sidewalk 1 between

present. bird than the American eagle So thinks Ye aboard. Jacksonville, Fla ; F H ( J Jl Men( Fourth and Fifth !streets: was established,

"' THE bark Kotirjorcrrc is taking on a cargo Local, as he has one that has soared aloft and IT is:' but little trouble to single out the active ken, J S Menken, E B Watson, G I II Ora's.wife and the street ordered graded under the
for Europe. She is being loaded Mr. Win.Lawtey. cannot be around his' old haunts. business He and child, E P Walling, 11' North, l'.1:
by seen luau ; the
? passes: along his))\'. New York; .Tas C Pare, 1T. S. Ensign:; direction of the street' committee 1. .a
}IR. BURNS) of Nashville, Tennessee, who pavement but doesn't: know it ; his mind is (Charleston, SC; G E: R Patten, N Hill Hath, On motion of Councilman Delaney. the

T IE' quite a demand at this place for has been a guest of the Kgmont for the past revolving profit and loss, per cent., dividends Me; (.' B Dibble) Rosewood. Fla; M N Beaty: former order' of council( in relation to obstructions
Clias .\ \ /
Iunc'hattaIlOOI1, ,, Tenn I)r'C
fuel. A well appointed coal and wood yard ten days left on Monday for Gainesville, and stock margins. He walks among Helen, K: J Wlute', Mrs A K!Norton, ;Mrs L :' on Fourth street, between Calhoun mrt

'would pay well. where he will remain a short while and return men mechanically but with a fixed t determination McArthur, Rockfonl 111 ; Mrs( Ashtou; and[ and Broomc streets, was ordered' to be ,.

BEETLES the cold here to spend the balance of the win of countenance that tells:' you of child, E Holden n\llllndr, Hampton Roads; enforced. I,
are scarce, snap sending ter. the earnest life he i is living victories:'! won Mrs C Donliu, Duhuqiie. Iowa ; Thomas 1>' ----- .,-- ,
,> them deep into the earth. So says the Radi' Arisen:; Pittsburn, Pa; J F Naagx, Chicago, r !
i' road Entomologist TilE electric light is now used on ocean and to be won in the hurrying competitionof 111 ; William W \Vytlie, wife and boy, Ocean A RECIPE: FOR CHEERFULNESS WHEN THE

and Mississippi river steamers and in business marts. He is an embodiment of Grove, LI; John I Rietlinian. wife, nurse WEATHER: is COLD.-An open !fire, a kettle "
COLONEL II. :M. DRANE, Superintendent of some the energy that spans continents with steel and daughter, )Denver, Col ; 11 Herring, H C simmering upon the hod and a of
Construction on the Waycross Railroad, was railway depots. It is probably not far off f rails, oceans with cables that the Moore, :St Louis, Mo; J II Thompson, J M paper .
in town on Tuesday. when its adoption will be general, and our ; moves:' Crombie W G i Swan and wife, Mrs Orliz and sugar-plums on the mantel-piece.
nurse; Milwaukee, Wis 1S: Quintland M
city fathers will make an effort to introduceit ;
THE next steamer of the Liverpool and FERNANDINA, the gateway into Florida, has N Duliois.) Sewanee, Tenn ; J Arnold ; J N TIe Weather.

Fernandina line is expected to arrive here here. witnessed during the past week an unprecedented McDaniel ; Chas B Lathrop, Detroit, Mich( ; LOCAL OBSERVATIONS.FERNANDINA. :; I

in about three weeks. THE steamer St. Johns arrived here from influx of visitors. The cold snap at jtl'ttiIJon W L: BUrtis('. E mill W wife Ilerriman, Nashville Hallnibal, 'I'ennV;, Jio( B { ., FLA., January 1, 1881. !

; MRS. HARRIET BEECIIER: STOWE and daughters Savannah on Sunday with fifty passengers ; I the North has caused the health I\IlIlpl'n- n e Path'NolI, I'hilllll'lphia ; J I' !'t'll'r! ,I 18 O. I 1881.I .

returning reached here Wednesday noon, ure seekers to come from all parts, and so Wilkc1'o1JlrrI'u: : '\' OTllylor; C D arnarc1, .
passed through our place yesterday; on detained at the Johns bar Athens, Ga'J; W McD.miel II X Drane :;:! :;.:! :;:! :;:.!
being St. by the far able to the has ; 0.; r.
their to Mandarin.MR. us we arc judge weather Ga na '. I I .'I I .. I I
; way fog. She had a full of cotton and fruit Waycrcss, ; W E: llallowell, St Paul, .: :
CIIAS. ANOEL, member elect from this cargo proved a great success in sending a crowd to Minn( ; F Whittield.. London, Eng ; II II "' t...
c returning. Florida. Although we have felt the cold Snodgrass, Fart Meadc, Fla; T F Butt, New Saturday 1 00 iO 33 43 Iillin
'county to the State legislature, left on Wednesday OWiNG! to the excessive brain work of one wave and cannot brag on our is Haven Conn ; IT Penney, Highland Fla ; Sunday 2 58 G2 3G 42 Cloudy
for Tallahassee. Joseph: Gooilsell, Savannah, Ga L J Harris Monday 3 60 j iO !
; 38 40 Cloudy.
of the attaches of the freight forwarding department preferable to the cold winds and snows which Boston M Atlanta p
; Benjamin Ga. Tuesday 4 60 j 74 44 58 lillin
LITTLE interest seems to be manifested by it is claimed his mind I is so absorbed prevail in the North and West-and it is interesting MANSION: : I 101'1 E. 1Vednesday' 5 G2 70 GO 6-t Cloudy.

our Street Committee in draining Seventh as to cause him to be continually to hear parties speak so highly S S* Einstein: R B Hilliard, D O Patton,, Thursday I 6 n-t iO 56 jj 'air.

street near the city line. pulling at his hair, and grave fears are entertained gratified at being able to reach a place where Savannah ; Hon John Lynch, Maine ; C Friday ___ 7 60.74! 40 Ill Fair..1r.tlU'E. .

MESSRS. R. O. COOK & SOY are loading the he will soon grow bald. zero is only known by name. Hunter, M ])onelll' ', Jacksonville ; W E

schooners E. 11. Harriman and II ..1/. Grove TilE following was received during the THE steamship VnroiuleM, of Nassau Mail Greene York ; Bailey M A Bradshaw:Smith; : Monticello, W C Whaley, Fin ;, W New G .

with lumber, coastwise. past week by "'.South wick, agent New York Line (the first one touching herb), arrivedon lIl'lUH'tt.Ihallr, Ga ; C flay Williams -

THE steamer H. B. 2'lant, the transfer boat steamers, from Messrs. C. II. Mallory & Co., Sunday, January 2, at 1:30 p. in., and steamer II( II Blant ; D J Taylor, Jr, J W tort or 1''e'uaudlna.JlIGU .
Biishnell Florida
; A J Parker, Indiana D \\\TER.
of the' Cumberland Route, brought sixty pas- of New York : Western Terns arrived Or- sailed !same: day at 5:30: p. m. for Nassau, N. B Dunn, J & FR It ; ( e) It Ward Cedar; Saturday, Jan. 8...... 2:04: A. u. 2:27 1'. M.

sengers on Thursday last. anges were all delivered here in the very 1'. The following is a list of her passengers : Key, Fla; M W Stone, Boston ; P Kelley, :Sunday: .. 0....... 2:5: !) :i:21: "

THE mills located in the suburbs of Fer finest possible shape. We examined them Mr and Mrs Swann, Messrs Thompson, Callahan ; S A Cheatham, Macon, Ga ; CliasHart's Monday, ".. 10...... ::1:53": 4:15 u
Crambie. Patton, Hill A Herringf: Bullock, Tavlor' Cedar Kev, 'Ia : Ned 1': Farrell, Tuesday, 11...... 4:48": 5:10"
nandina can turn out 25,000,000 feet of resawed -- Nathan Clark, Clark alllson, J FRiethman: ]) S 1'hice, Waldo;; J D Ileacock Salem, 'edmosday, 12...... 5:41: U GOO":
yellow pine yearly. THE schedule.of} the regular freight trainson wife, child and nurse, Dr Lathlin, Captain 111l1 : II H Ely, Jacksonville ; A 0 I Medford, Thursday, 13...... n:30": 6:48":
the Transit Railroad has been changed. Brady) C B Lothrop, Miss[ Wellgoss, Miss j Toronto, Canada ; W B llearmCorinth.,111( ; Friday, U 14. ilG": 734m:
will be held in all churchestomorrow.
SERVICES our Raymond, Mr and Mrs Hamilton, MissLightborn. Will Hrl'lIIuU1, Suflulk Ya i (llvS Reynolds:..
!i Seats are free, and strangers arc They now leave Fernandina daily except Miss; :' l cordially invited to attend. Sunday at 4 o'clock p. m., arriving at Cedar wife, Mrs( Lothrop.; Rev W Wythe, wife and 1V l'al'ot' Savannah : J A dlalJn[ Miss
i Key at 9:45 a. m. Leave Cedar Key daily son, Thos Clark, [r l'tehel; Mr r'Jllour, ulllluh( 3IcMalmon( Miss! Lht\ McMahon, Jan. 2-S. S. Carondelet, Beck, New York.
l T. W. KNIOHT'B sawmill! located at Wal Orl'lI'tlstil', h\ll H Barber Jan. 3-S. P. St. Johns.
I : at 4 o'clock arriving at Miss CUJ"'oon, Th08,1.< Wilson, UnltN{ States : Jr New York ; Vogel, Charleston!
r do, and Mr. Camp's, on the Peninsular Railroad except Sunday 1'.111., Conjul to Xassau,'John I" 11'illis1' I'Xagb, 1)11'1'OOrhew, Cincillnati: t'\ Fairchild Jan. G-S.. S. Western Texas, lines, New
Fernandina at 7:15: a. m. and others. Cedar Key: John X Moore[ Killian'. FhO York.
are now in operation MAJOR W. B. C. DUHYEK is furnishing the .) C 1'\ Sanchez Gainesville : .\ 0 11'idfordL; Jan. G-S. P. W. T. Wheolew! Gibson,
Tile steamer also tOOK lour cows: mm
s .J.1 'VE need a city market. Let our city fathers Road ; J M Stone, Florida ; ])1' Mur; Xew Orleans.
see what can be done. We are persuaded following cargoes of yellow pine lumber to calves consigned! to Mr Major, Nassau. gull, Boston ; F B A very, :St; Marys, Ga ; C E CLEARED. k
vessels now in port: Schooner (hrri B THE steamer JI'J, Whelest, built for the Ta>'ltII\ Bronson ; Mi"!s I. N Ellis, Starke,
it could be made a source of revenue. for Demerara schooner Kit Carton J S I' Neil I, New ]((01'''' ; Geo ANover II W Jan 2-8. 8. Loch Garry (Hr) Fruzer'
Woodbury !ull.
: Savannah river trade, to ply between Savannah Clark, Thos Sherlock.
IMPROVEMENTS at the crossing on Centre for La G and Geo. Staitwood for north Jacksonville; M S Jan. 2-S. S.
uayra, and Augusta Ga., arrived here on Burbank, Brunswick, Ga ; I. )Ic 1.:111. TliosE: Caromlelet. Reek Nassau.
btreet are being made, which will be appro coast of South America, \\iiicli will embrace Thursday evening. She was built at Pitts- Weller, D S Morgan, Portland, Me : S A Jan. 5-5.1'. St. Johns.Vogcl; Charleston.

elated by pedestrians, of all classes and sizes. 1,000,000 feet, valued at over $16,000. burg, l'a., at a cost of $33,000. Her speed Bailey, Albany Ohio X Y : F I B; Northrop, Columbus York Jan. (G-fech Silas: l'. Evans:' Svl' vanus, New
MB. J. N. WEBSTER!: has been appointed TUB shell road to the beach, in consequence is: twelve to fifteen miles per hour. She Kirtlin. C W ;Lyle.Jasjtor Smth Kirtlin Carolian, harry Miss P J"11-0-S:'h Louisa Fraztr, Crawford,

master machinist at the railroad ,shops at of the heavy rains, is in a bad condi- can carry 1,200 to 1,400 bales of cotton, and Sumerow. North Carolina ; C B [('Clenny; Philadelphia.Jan. .

this place-his appointment being made on tion, and needs: the attention of our author accommodate eighty first-class passengers. DarbyviHe, Flit; EG: i Ferris and wife, Wa- Montevideo. G-Bark James KitchenP.r( ) Kitchen, I
terlow. N J
the 1st. ities. In case a pedestrian desires to exec Her cabin and state-rwmits: are well appointed I J'r lull, Chas; D 1'nl\tIt'r Silencer, Clmattuuooga, Knoxville;: Jan. 7-Bark Mary Louisa (Ger/ ) Meinke,

THERE is no better location on the Atlantic cise himself and visit the beach, he is prevented cheerful and home like. In her cabin WIt Jalllit'r, Wm tlfor,1: GuuMXcw York. Montevideo. t J

coast for a cotton factory than at Fer from doing so on account of the present hangs a fine portrait of Mr. Wheless, whose J W Williamsrchf'r, 1-1a. .1 M Holml'S,. ran< Z-' r' yt' Johus'} Vogel, Charleston,
stearueJ o'ox Indian 7--S.::; 8. Western Texas Hines New
nandina. The natural advantages arc un- condition of the road, just beyond the name !she: bears. She was built under the James F: Stone, Boston river; U;L Frank I'Jaster D J Neil P I'a York (

surpassed. / city. direct supervision of Captain Gibson, who Lul'. It II Smith and servant, Macott ; nus- Jan 7-S. P. W. T. Wheeless Gibson, I

THE Westinghouse air-brakes for the engines TUE Transit Railroad has tapped an inex will command her on the Savannah river. sie Lightburn, Ginird, III. Savannah. 4' 1},

and cars of the'Transit Railroad have haustible reservoir of travel by its connections The veteran pilot, Captain Charlie Marks, IN PORT. '"

,1 been shipped, and are expected to arrive at Fernandina and Cedar Key. The of Apalachicola) who has brought thirty- List of Letters Steam Packet Florida 4 1")

p next week. lines connecting with the Transit road reach four steamers around successfully, was in Remaining in the I'ost-Odlceat Fernandina, Bark Bark Martha E. 31. Stanwood.P. Tucker(Am..)

THE steamer Flora continues to make the thousands who formerly would never think charge of the U7 ckss. leaving llttsburg Nassau county, Fla., January 7, 18. 1. Persons Bark Kon vere. )1

the St. Mary's river every Monday of coming to Florida. The needs of those November 3, she had bad weather all (the calling for these letters must say advcrtUed Brig Parnell (Hr.) '
trip up ell
fifteen days at Mosquito Brig George E. '
beingdctaiuel Dale -
and Thursday leaving Fernandina at 8 who can afford to travel are now met, andnever way, l(.
and all aboard Bide, Hanner Brig Arcot. '
I winter pleasuring so general and Inlet and Augustine, say Bryan. Laura J "it
o'clock in. was Havilll'hilis Brig Kildohan. '
J a. that at sea she bcbavcti I handsomely. 1Illrgctle, John /1( f Wtll'
so pleasantly indulged as now. JlllmtlJI, Silvia Schooner Carson. ,
does not know what to-morrow Johnson AdJie > ;;3t
Cobs/pnees. King, Michael Miller Schooner };. H. llarriman. ,;K
promises to be. We thought ourself at one Di'HiNa the past week at Amelia Mills, List Of Magee, E A Perkins, William Mrs irReVlmond Schooner Tillie Vandahesser, :
time as good as Old Probabilities but now Colonel Read, proprietor, the following vessels The following is the list of consignees by )' rkins, Mrs W H I, A B Khoooner P. A. Grau. an
Wttttrit Tau A 11 Noycs, J III'rt'1o>
the l.'ott.
: Schooner
Made A. P
Joseph Nowell.
we give it up. have been loading with yellow pine Sanborn Hovt, Horsey t Co. J it T Kyd.l. Turckson,
MAJOR W J. WALKER, formerly passenger lumber : Wml.awteIouerer., A H Mode, J WtoMugUm, Biker J.i;.
of the Atlantic Coast Line at Bark Ravenscliffe.for Europe; Bark James G (;las ar, R F Barnard C H Harriman, J S.L. T. RIDDEIL, P. M.Axv flJt
agent M RVaus A Son, A O McDonell,Gen; Brick, 11"
Woas. --
Bark )[.1'. -
[ iic
t" through our place Kitchen, for Montevideo;
Washington city, passed Lewis C C Benedict, W J Benedict. Mrs ladies wishing to know Lime,
Thursday en route lor Jacksonville, to assume( for )Montevideo Brig Cornell, for Montevideo Clarke Alex Curtis, John Hughes, C A Haley of the Excelsior: Kidney Pad its of the merits Cement, )
}:. Pale for the West In S o. H Huot Mrs[ A M Baron action. etc.. ioCuor,
duties of passenger agent of the Kenne- ; Brig Goo 8 "Olkl. O are referred to Mrs. Wm. K.: MvKecknle Plaster,
the route at that place. dies ; Brig George, for South America. D L Yuiee, J P Lehman, It W Southwick.. Photograph Parlors, Toledo, Ohio.-&r itr,, J Hair (

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