Group Title: Fernandina express.
Title: The Fernandina express
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Title: The Fernandina express
Uniform Title: Fernandina express
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: B.C. Cuvellier
Place of Publication: Fernandina Nassau Co. Fla
Publication Date: November 6, 1880
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Editor: Jno. A. Whitney, <1878-1881>.
General Note: "A conservative newspaper of the period."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 19, 1878).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079913
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135775
lccn - sn 95026710

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- A. W. COCKBStL. JXO. T. WALKIta. WAL1U..TaT f.r -
, .. '. iT. H.PRESCOT1 Our Wsahinstbn Letter.From .

,.. DEALER IS our Special CorresponJeot.WASUISGTOS. .
D. C. Oct.
(Oockrell ft Walker,JactsonTilIe,) I
', BOOTS ISHOES & SLIPPERS It has been plain to all for two do

\ttoniens .& Counsellors, LEATHER.. AND J iYT.tLit .S. weeks past that Hancock's election j I to

FERJTASDIXA,FLA. FO1'LSTYLL. was probable, and that if hard work i le81

was done in New York, New Jersey, I marhood
adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Conrt'a ,
OFFICE FIT Connecticut, New Hampshire, Call-j I I
WALTEB: :!t. 7ATZS Notary FaUIe.Fennandina .
forma, Nevada and Oregon, it was I fair n.
,Oct.9. 1S8O 28-lm. 4 COMFORT
sure by a reusing majority of the 1 publrsLAdre

TEMPLE OF FASHIONMrs.S.A.REINHARPT AND electoral vote. There is no doubt of ,

that. Private.letters frOnt Maine astonish &tupent

one with reports of what the 1 known ti

Conservative people have been doing t i I pet rate.
and the results of their efforts. In of the
New Hampshire the campaign is amore or Flori7
quiet one, but probably as effective. ' the pu

NORWOOD HOUSE, Chairman tturnnm pledgeshis nnblushin'nmml'e ,

WHERE SHE TaLL CONTINUE TO DO DRESSMAKING Stock in all Grades. own State of Connecticut. Of \

IN THE LATEST.STYLES. tt-tf late, the receptions given Grant In. colrties.Alachau. ;
: Fine Underwear The Star Shirt, Neck
GENTS'White Vats Cmbrellao,Novelties. New York and :New Jersey have ell

WM. LAKE, B3T ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT A1W TION.r deceived unthinking Republicansinto ".\L.Cooley .\(I

and ERNANDINACash a belief that those Stairs might J 0111CreS1",8n,1.p
Boot & Shoe Store. throw thtir'ote for Garfield, but ,

Second Street:North of Sanborn & Hoyt, have ju&t No. JiO Centre St. aMra the managers of the Radical machine Wiley Bra
received an elegant liiio of - --
know better. The Pacific Coast Moses Smith

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, sprout &;HOYT States send less decisive reports to lacob.LetJiIU ,

Cheap-fir Cub. w1IOLE3ALEGROCERS both politic; 1 committees than they t Jenkins,

REPAIRING at r..nablp priced, and alf work did in 1876. It is not unreasonableto I'C Chris Commit
or money nfunoled.oUly
suppose t.hewill give their votesto Tom WillianL

Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Hancock, and that Nevada will lIen

AND do so is held by Chairman IJanuun Others sin
Ship Cliantllei'w. not to be doubtful. The disturbing ward white

clement in Democratic calculations Ask Mr.county .
now in Virginia, where eleven votes ,

Provisions and Groceries may control the result. I have no G3inesvi
doubt, however, that they will be Any
At Bottom Price
A TEETH SEA-BEAN JEWFLRY cast for Hancock. Prophesy is out. .abort
At always on hand and nude to order. 41-tf A Stock ol
Groceries Large of place at this time, but all the signs that no
TV I. AUTHUi: C. FORD, Provisions, aie favorable. t.'d on acIuents

ZDexxtlst, Ciiickerv Hardware, ID my nt'xt letter 1 shall suggest I 0

GIlts means by which the future cimpaign hen, excel
Dry ,
(4th st., bet. Centre and Alachua,)
FURNITURE of the party can be more judiciously who have b_
Doors. managed than has been the case this by their

D a w. IL POPE, I Sit Blinds.h, yef r. I believe that several States this :Oi l

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Paints now helplessly Republican might Republic '
ornca_ Oils anti have been secured for General nar .. liaveor.I

At Clay'Drug Store.Caa Extremely Low for Cash.Varnishes. cock if the proper effort had been falsrhotids I'Pe'1
made at the time. The make fUrl r
be found at night at residence on 5th Street! proper nomination ,
between Centit and Aab. Sent orders vl once, or call ftjd exam- -
and from
;nc before purchasing elsewhere. was no port every
T ,i. & II. J. BAKER, HANlJOHN & HOYT part of the country came any objec- 't. ..
Second S'.. Fcrniimlina, Fla.ANGEL tion to it, while from many influential I l IIvell at.
Republican Senators them were mot trolltrageot'4ly
- promises of support. The ticket

JAS. McWATTERS, BAKERS AND should have carried not only the Ly. lieknown

necessary Stale, but nearly all the tll
House, Sign and Carriage Painter. ; CONFECTIONERSCHOICE Stales. stunt BUPP

-AT.BOCalsomlner The reduction of debt reported for tiling to do

per, Hanger.Orders Glazier.and Pa- Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco this month will be about the same as self obnoxil'

should be left at ALVERSON & TOTS AND FANCY ARTICLES. last month-a little less if anything summate
TCCKEII'S Carpenter Shop, Fourth Street, There are Jew persons left in the he! walt kf
Fernandina Florida. 19-tf naJ Picnics
Weddings, Entertainments C
Department now and the number is sajdNtr
furnished ut the shortest notice, at Rock
D.Painter. ALVERSON, Bottom Price, atANGEJS& decreased duly. 0! the thousands was '
BAKEl Y. I of government employees in Washington li

and Carpenter, Centre St opposite old post office building. who will.. vote in thv.,

Special attention given to rep drtng MRSCLARKE I States, most have left tlj

Furniture, Buggies, Wagons, Etc. : who have. an actual. ri.

AH work in my line executed with dis- 3rd St., Between Centre and Jlarhua. Sis., Pennsylvania, Marylan
pilcli. Shop on Fourth Street between 6' i
: other States
Centre and ALichua. Fernondina. FIl.12tJ. DEALER IN THE CHOICEST easily rea "
have been assigned to ;? a ,

J. RIKART Fruit Vegetables, Confectionary, for voting purposes,

AC., 4C., AC. 5-tf night or to-morrow. t
l\IerClRllt "L'nilor the rooms of the dill

Centra Street. Corner Seventh, To Orange Growers and Shippers: tnents will be practicall'

Fernandina Fla. such exodus, and roneit
has every Ji fsfe" b '
"V. f. CUSHING, SEW RAVEN, CCN ., Zach Chantfler, in life gl' -

RESIDENT Receive 'Florida Oranges on such a raid on the world?

Commission. I the government.The -
; WRITE .fIlT'"tIDP i r; ,
(HBR Caheral ol Colo

. completion was celebr

Photographs in i all ,the Popular Styles. [ tn OOOO1! @ was commenced about tj j
VIEWS in any part of the State 9 It is 511 feet in let
made to Order. (Opp.R. K.depot and St'mboat landing.) '-'
-0- breadth, and the towe,
Fourth 8t,between Centre and Alachn, FERS DW1, Florida.
bigh. It is aid
t Florida. tspecimen
MES. E. LEDDT rroprittreu.iReatJonable x>f Gotuic'_'
I O Ei -- 13 E5 13 37. Cliarses. the world. The reps

43-tf. ing was commenced -z Fiter

F=bTANDaiA, FLA., ST. MARY'S RIVER PACKETSTEAMER : can King&truct&i", Frederick_ as\Vi:


I CJ : FLORA snrus were,apt roprjcrnment

And Tennessee Stall-Fed Beef. CAFT,EICHARDSOif, and mod > will leave ftmnilti ever Merrsav and TBTUDAYt by private '
8 a. m. from CENTRE bT&ET DOCK forTrader's subset
The Best .Meats association called 't'
- -and- Hill
_.-The Purest'of Ice. with branches .111 ,E t
Immediate tending on the 8U
and all iUrj'a River The nave aisles
ro'rdG tilled on "hort notice with at
.. COUNT87 and 41;j,tch.. KTTEHliS CA&1I, Through Bills of Lading constructed in 1

G N" T-E RT S :FROM NEW YOGIC by the MALLORY TJSB of interior was '
? STEAMKRd to an_!ousts oq the St.,,Starj'* The. presentgr
AIL W C03IE AND HAVE Close Connection' I ,,

: : Y OLES SAVED BY made with lb*New York and aavannah Stcaarn. of ?
.. Mark all goons Cars of steamer Mal eower, r r-t z,,
A.. Y Nl 4DS nandina.Florida.1".Good - F way
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"" rJ.Jt.r. tor the pMWBjera scareioo44 and TtmrUU
-'. Remember the soles yon have been treadtngpn will find thia* very attraetirt trip.aa the scenery*
'. ,can be saTed-Cheap for Cash. craad and aflizatora uid other gam are abUDIaDL -
'. eCqnd atreet.between Centre and Alacb7 -. For; further information IRdILPSON.' Dratiu
n.;: niajidin ,Florida. 13-tC ta Tiyi-tf r raandma,Fla. j been w
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13. Zephyr Hoods.Sacques and Scarfs, .

ported solid Democratic by a
Neck Ties Silk Hankerchiefs
jority (If 175. ,
All the Latest 8tyleai
This county is Democratic by a'man FANCY JEWELRY AND FANCY NOTIONS.



returns from this county SEETEfcS, RANGERS,
give a solid Democratic majorityof
438. Tin and: Sheet Iron Ware, .


liar given an increased Democratic ,

elre majority, estimated at 250. COyXICTlNQ aucLaci WIT. Just received a large ooneigament of Stone>. .

l i I ] true to her first love, and NEW YOKE ,

[jar474- i swells the majority in favor of good TnUUTBIOXLTStrictly Ii appropriately named.ttU a jewel

f ; i government.I We will not be Undersold.

189; I LEON Inland Route from Florida. Pecond Street,between Centre and Alb,
i I v3 '.2>-a Feroandma.r i.THE .
[Cully Gives the Republicans a largely decreased -8,80
majority. LL mi i xg

f; G*rler CLAY. ,..
: 7J1iII
45 ? This county rolls up a fair Demo- rIP cs-: <:

(6; Bis- cratic majority. CAPT. OEO.-VrmTESIDES.. """ = CIS O
d 101.:= :c az
6; Ant MUNCOE WILL leave Feinandina for Savannah every : : ::s.x Upd '
Gives a Democratic majority of about with steamers for New York on TCi. DAY and ............ Q t\ ... ; rf. i
SATURDAY. ,. cc: WJIs < 0 -
300. A large gain over 1876. E o .
;Var.ovct Cir* connection with all points on the TranxttBallroad. .. 5 as Ca d i+a "ED ac r+
35; SANTA ROSA. .and iteaneri lor Tampa,Key Weal. Iliva- .cc.. ,s- tn A w
na and New Orleana e ::s ,. _.
i 12 The Democratic majority in Santa 8
lay ; Abo with iteimrr Flora for St.ilary"i 1 !l C3 .
'utlto} 12; Rosa is estimated at 400. A gain i lmediate 'r for Knunp'fee,Mrllonrlll* and later- = .. .. :: (j
iI I landing on the upper St.John cr. .. s c3 CD lIS "
of 50' over. 1876. Going Soulh ptrivfl at Fernandina every VTEff- >-if E-0... 0 1r IIu..o
HESDA and BiTURDA Y. c: co
42 Gar- MANATEEs = a- .m 't;
This.;creamer.. built expressly for this route,, 0 0 CIS C;
lover 43; solidly Democratic by a largely increased ned 1* uncquallM for spend, passenger accommodation , ex 0I '
*and uvjbt facilit.e*.
oley (2. majority.The .
.. Through ticket to New York, and state-roonu FERNANDINA
lUCY 40. secured at office of-
Republicans have not only '\\. B.THOMSON.Agent.
elected their President and Vice Fern,naiiia, F.. m'Ast
II.n. CI1EISTIAN Solid ing Ageat. 60 tf
r; Gar- evident but also claim a working

.r 3 majority in the house and a tie in :B:. 0. S1VLJT ,, .gt

the Senate. They will now have !1
; things their own way. FANCY BREAD AND CAKE
31; r -

The mill which will soon BAKERYCoriier

iar33- be erected on this islvnd by
I Corner Fourth end Alocbua: Street
the Eagle Pencil Company willbus
; add considerably to the Third and Brooroe Stu., opposite MamloiIloufc 1 P. I. COULTER, Proprietor.
,) Ftsmaodlna, Fla.
.y 63;
inetsot place. The mill on AlcnaOtle

Ley 63; owned by Mr. aber, coiitributiH -
Please call and give me a trial New Goods !
more than any other one tiling ._ h_

Gar- to the IniHiufSU of the ilace.-Getlar RING'S -

nover. Key Journal. Florida I Have lust rm-ivwl from Northern cities
1 TropicalCuriosity a large und well-selected stork of

Finlev Of; Last Saturday the machinery fort Store, SPRING and SUMMKH

McCuUey'it. the Ml. Pleasant cotton manufactory Corner Fourth and Contro Sis CLOT EJ.

arrived, was safely unloaded from the FERNANDINA, 1'r.A. Suits made neiitly, promptly and cheaplyand
and is into position guaranteed to tit.
being in
cars put
k 82; Gar- Keep constantly on.Land a large supply of
t1t/buldillg already prepared for Us R. G. ftTr-OTTfTTV
nr- 15, reception It took three cars to Dress Trimmingsand H ,

tIt!-M; bring the machinery to Mt. Pleasant.It Fancy Notions. Merchant Tailor.CENT .

Itey 32; has been a long time since a Clement's Stationery, etc.SEVERALTHOUSAND. 11 E STREETFeYltncliutI

attachment in our county Fla

0 Garer was first talked of, and many persons ACRESHigh 47-tC-
; thought nothing would be done, but
Rich HAMMOCK LAND Fernandina Institute
30 Rolling, ,
; the hands
the matter was in right from
situated mile 8tt'.arboat
one landingon -KOK-
y 100; and now we shall soon see the ma- Orange 1 ake. Cleared am1 fe r-oo. Specially
.Culleyck chinery in s\1ccessluloperation. The adapted to Orange and Vegetable YOUNG LA.IIE .

company have excellent water power growing. Just the place for large colonies.
can easily all the cotton Not visited by trusts. In quantities to suit The Principal is now ready for the reception '
26; procure purchasers, of pupils in the highest .
needed and being abundantly supplied branches of- .
hover 2; with means will no doubt, work FOR : AT.E.

1y 25; the mill to its utmost capacity giving Englith, Marie, French, Drawing, Etc .
Also hundred situated -
I two acre plantation, -
25; employment to a large number I immediately on Orange Lake, contain- A building with rooms for Chemical and
ol hands. This is an enterprise of. ing ten acres ofORANUE I Philosophical apparatus will be secured so
i which the citizens Gadsdcn cOun- soon as the number of pupils in the advanced
well be Wo TREES classes will warrant the outlay.
proud. .
say Application should be made to ,. :
> the Clements attachment MISS E. P. BROWNS "
beginning to bear. Sawmill and buildings.
V Under fence, and partly cleared. Adapted 13-tf. Fernandina, Fla.
to fruit and This placeIs
Housekeepers. vegetable growing. Baa;. F.Qairroic Sroar B. LIDO,
the steamboat landing for a large sectionof DAunt Eo PAl".
urniture, Bedding, rich farming country rendering it a fa- Late Commimontr of Patent
. ware, Crockery and vorable location for the establishment of a
profitable business. Address,
14' {money than else- JNO. A. WHITNEY P4lmMTSQe

\h, at Office I.'ernandinlExprcs.",
Ln'ISGSTOS'S Fernandina.. FloridaIn -
[Jacksonville Fla. PAm, GEAFTON & LADD
.. Circuit Court of Florida, Fourth Attorney6itLaw and SoUdlort of Amtrioan
Judicial Circuit, Nassau County.
t February 22,1878. and Foreign Patent
five years old, had WILLIAM L.LAKK, ) &12 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON,D. D.
s. 1 tried calomel and vs. Bill for Divorce. patent low'In all Ita branehn in the
'mt'St-1 lIt failed to expel LOUISA L LAxh'r PRACTICE and io the Supreme and Circuit
Court of the United tatra. Pamphlet sent free on
"nisi a ccrCWcaje I got a i\\7nEKEAS, it has been made to api receipt of stamp for pontagr. U-te
Oil, aud the first dose T pear by affidavit, filed in said case,
4 worms and the second that the defendant, Louisa I. Lake lists
're passed 1 did not count out of the State of Florida to-wit: at Os- RicE PLANTATION FOR LE;
S. II AD-MS. j wftgn in the State or New York. Nowon
kent, Fernandina, Fla. 14 &;5PSPi OR it is ordered that the said de- The Follow.,
fendant do appear and answer the com- on the Great ia ti. .
W.. ALA July 281878. plaint filed in this case on or before the from St Andre 80und.
T-Dear Sir-Justice first Monday in December; 1880 or the gale at very lovf Ttes"r
that. I hould give you my..0U.l same will be taken ts confessed.C. ONE RICE PLANTATION contain-
}1 4 s excellent medicine, W. MAXWELL, ing 518 acres. 160 acres under banks. The
nwP ittle girl, just thirteen Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County. improvements consist of a large barn and
( much trouble teething Fernandina, Fla., August 10, 1880. 4m laborers' houces all in good repair.
jhansted in shape of ONE RICE PLANTATION known as
family physician Testimonials. the"Ashley Place,*' containing 150 acres,
to, pass off purereV ATHENS. GA., December 8. 1877. 50 acres under cultivation this year.
e. Continued for A few nights since, I gave my son one ONE RICE PLANTATION known as
life .wa almost' disr dose of Worm Oil. and the next day he "M em ph red's Island 470 acres. Splendidmill
determined to try passed sixteen large worms. At the same site.ONE .
or two, there was time I gave one dose to my little girl/onr COTTON PLANTATION, co..
Je had relurned-the years old,and she passed eighty-six worms, tainin 433 acres. This place contains a
ul a. thank to from four t) fifteen inches long. large dwelling house.
i snow doing well "Vr'. F. PmLLIrS. For further particulars address, .
X.W. Mcl>T Rskcgee JXO. A. WHITNEY,
(Ala)2fevuatlons A Remarkable Result. Fernandina Fla.

It make no different Low many physl
clans, or how much medicine you have TEMPLE OF FASHION y
.with i such hap- tried it is now an established fact that
Extract ol Buchu German Syrup is the only remedy which
[are suffering from has given complete satisfaction in severe Mrs.S.A.REINHARDT
j.prii ;r 7clkw 5 Efiuleys or Blad- cases of Lung diseases. It is true there are
akneaa in the Back yet thousands of:persons who are predis- RESPECTFULLY ISA&V
lor two will re.een posed to throat and lung affections, consumption WOULD THE
before the hemorrhages, asthma severe LADIES OF FEaSAXDIXA AND VlCISITT,
knd its sale is colds settled on the breast; pneumonia, SUE -
little adfe whooping cough &c.,who have no personal THE
I yiyzplq an article knowledge of Boschec's German yrup. NORWOOD HOUSE
To such we would say that 50,000 dozen ,
1 rff l J were sold last year without one complaint. WIIERE SHE WILL CONTn"11B TO DO DRESS
5 CC.6I" Consumptives try just one bottle. Regular -
w size 75 cents. Sold by all druggists in MAKING IN THE LATEST STYLES utfNateere53te57.

i America. For sale by Jco. L. Clay... .Itevorye"
au5u i Oftr Itxr latest NotetIJea.i
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LA Ld", .. If C.Ea'W BRING year Job Work right in. We make a :
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Fernandina.Express. f fI I1SATURDAY. We have a number of -Among the numerous retnr

dates to suggest to the : candi-I ed wanderers this week, we wer

,'NOVEMBER f, BYO. 1 people, but will wait until tie pleased to greet Mr. J. 'II. Pn8ltt.who .
i arrive arrived on Tuesday IH.11'. {
Snb* rlpllou Prices
One copy,one year*.In advance.<.7100 : Invitations are nut for a hop to Prescott, during h.s ab'enre sent
One month in ........ 1.00
lt adratiee.
down immense stock ol
One tope,three months inadranee..SO be I given by the Nassau Light Artillery an new goods, dJ
The X will be plated on the anbfecri'rr'.pap" and our friend Mr. J. Wandell is
three coMecutiTe nails. before the suoctiption at their armory ou Monday evening I lilt
eltpir .. ready to show them to custom-
next. We predict a brilliant suc- Cot.
Rates or Tert"IDU ers. flay
One square ore line or lees,one Insertion....$1.00 cess.
Each additional iiutrtkuji.i....".. .... .b0 -Election off -We publish elsewhere in this issue ss
A li\ieral4edllct1on frr rnfl made with or these Tear.who advUK'j)ty the quarter, aixtnontlu etly in this city, and throughout the a card from Mr. J. W. Howell Pa q.

erery Editorial ioaertiea.Notice fire cents per line for e-ch and Ii county. Although at times the excitement denyiufj the authorship of a slanderous fers Goods It -

ran high, yet peace antI article published: in the Sun tint N ewY ; I,, .t

Notice. I good order prevailed.The fress last week, and which was accompanied every eta
The forms of the FEBKAJIDIVA EXFBKM are closed
with his
by a note name rior selec
on Friday morning at 10 o'clock.. Advertisers I German bark Libertas, Capt
please take notice and govern themselves accordingly C. Hermann, arrivedat this port signed. Mr. Howell pronounses it a The CIS
and is anxious interviewthe
Slavonic. I I Thursday evening from Bordeaux, forgery writer. to at Steil'scontinues J)

A regular communication of Amelia Lodge 42 diys", consigned to Wm. Lawtey, tc
No 47. F. it A. M.will be held on Monday
*:evening, Kor. Uth at 7:30 o'clock.harp. to load fur England.The .- -According to the maratime ne'spublished Punch
Transient brethren areralernallTinvitedto in the Savannah Neics of
attend. W. F. SCOTT, 'W. M. chipping in the port of Fer- wih care;.
J.oA. WaIT..T,S c. 5-tf the 2d insta the of
nandina is now quite numerousand following foreign enco ttl

NASSAU CHAPTER NO. 23, R. A. 1[., is on the i net vase. Fernandina is barks have sailed and are now en been immortalpun !

Regular meeting; October 14th at 7,. o'clockTransient in route for Fernandina Jason, (Nor), ent pen, b
rapidly growing importance as a
Apple Punch
Companions fraternally Invited to attend i
Tallaksen Gloucester
at 14; !
seaport town. immortalized its
Kong Sverre (Nor), Liverpool, sailed
lightful beverage
Pout Office Hour*. King's variety and curiosity
Office Uoun From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. Oct. 7; Liberatns (Ger), Hermann, *
store is well worth a visit. Their Bremer Keiser
Orders and Letters
x. Money Registered Bordeaux, sailed Sept. 24; Ravensclifte -
from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 stock is large and varied, and their York Sample Roo
P. M. to 3:30 r. M. Sundays from 10:30 to (Br), Hughe, Swansea, sailed i i,
11:30 A. )(. and 3:80 to 4:80 p. )I. prices are extremely low. Sept. 7, via St. Vincent; Usko (Rus), Chrittiania Norv

ARRIVAL AND LEPABTUKB OF THE MAILS. -Mrs. J. E. Meddangh retuned lertin[ Liverpool, sailed Oct. 13. York Sample Root;

Xo'riherrh.3fail-Arrives dally at 10:30 A )f. thin week from an extended northern
Closes 3:00 P M. -We received this week from the For Sh

Southern M L#-Arrivcs *" "" 3:30 A M. j trip, looking much better than when publisher, L. Lum Smith 717 San- Editor JExpress: ,
: Ioses" 10:00AM. she left here. I propose to the yoter.
RL Mart, and Trader'IIillMt11l- som street, Philadelphia, Brisbin'sLife '
the namo of P. Kelly ,
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 P M. I -Mrs. Hawley, wife of our for- of Hancock and Engi..h, entitled"A I Sheriff of Nassau con

Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00 A)(. mer fellow citizen, Mr. II. Q. Hawley Soldiers Story of a Soldiers life." MJ it

St. Martft, (?)., ostlyArrives died of consumption on Mondaylast. it late
Although comes to us too to
:Mondays arid Thursdays 8:00 A. M. We extend our sympathy to RESTAURAJamel ]
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:80 p. M. be employed as a campaign docu- Cook .

Wedn'sdays and Sat'days 9:00.A. M. the bereaved husband and little ones. i ment, yet we will find its pages con- SECOND STREET, OFF, IOTSTia
Closes Tuesdays and Wednesdays,. ,
-Work on the Fernandina and tain items of interest and we BILL OF rl
Fndays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. J(. many ,
Oysters on halt shell. . . .
SAMCEL T.llIDDELL. P. M. Jacksonville Hail Road iiv progress will preserve it as a memento of one .. plnin . .. . . . .

ing rapidly, and the contractors are of the most desperately contested .a'. with milk. . . . J
Boston stew. . . .
Church Directory. evidently raak'ng strenuous efforts to campaigns the history of the United a. roasted . . . . . .

rEESBYTKHIAN. complete the road by January 1st. State has ever kn.wn. Our readers .'a. broiled .. . . . . .
Rev J. n. Dryers, D.D.,Pastor. Service at 11 French fry.. . . . .
a. m.and 8 p. m. Sundny-school 9:15 a. ra. Prayer -'rho recent rains would doubtless also find it interesting 'a Scalloped . . . .
Meeting Thursday,8 p. m. Stranger and citizens heavy damaged as . . . .
are cordially invited. and can obtain a copy by addressing friedsoup . . . .
the main sewers to such extent 'a
EPISCOPAL. an one bowl. . .
JUT. O.P.Thackara Pantor. ger.ire at 11 a. m. that water collects in many low ., publisher.. Mr. James Cook is a well kt
Prayers at 4 p. m. Sunday-school 3:30 p. m. Weekday and we can cheerfully reco
nervice Friday 4 p. m. Suds free. Strangersand places in the city. Our sanitary com- The Steamer Florida. house to the travelling public.Notice. .
oUtra are cordially invited to attend.
CATHOLIC. mittee will probably employ the win- The advertisinent of this elegant .

R T. J. F. O'Boylf, Paotor. Beivirra at Old Town ter mouths in making all necessary and fast steamer will be found else-
-Oran et t a. m. At New Town High Mara and Bids will be received at the
: a.mCatechism.4 p.mVet-per.,1:0 p.m repairs. where in this issue. The Florida offers City Clerk until noon of the It

METHODIST EPISCOPAL.Rev. -The of Dallas arrived large advantages to the November, 1880 for the purpo
J. Atkins Pastor.Sendees nt 11 a. m. and City on shipper, scrip to the amount ot ||
7SO p. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday even- time with a lull passenger list. In n* she runs in connection. with the awards will be made to the t
tog at 8 o'c uck.
BAP 1'IST.11ev. central railroad ing to take the least amount oU
fact all steamers arriving at this Georgia and the
.H. )[. King r..tor.&orTlct's on the first and i j port scrip. No bid for a less amor
second Sanaam In each month, at 1) a.m. and 7:30 arc bringing large numbers of passen New York and Savannah steamers. in crip will be entcr'aincd,
f. n. .Sunday-school 3:30 p. m.
COLORED CHURCHES. I gers. The winter travel has commenced Her connections are close and sure, serves the right to reject am
Bids should be addressed tof
Panter.Trinity Services jUModut at Ep 11 1lropJ-a. m.,4'RK t>.*m.. J.and O.7:30 Howard p. m., 1 early and promises to be and shippers have the .satisfaction of and endorsed "Proposal for

Sonduv-ichool a.m. I'riijcr Meeting Wednesday, large. knowing that their produce will not By order of ci ly council.|
at 7 o'clock. W. F. WOOD.jRi
African Stethodut puoopa(.-Rev.E.J.BrookenaPattor. -Two pronounced Democratic be delayed, but will be forwarded --- --- -
Services at 11 s. m..3pm.and 7:30 p. m. MACON GA. j
Sunday-echoed a. m. Prayer Meeting WeUnenluv, with expedition and safety.
at 7 o'clock. co'ored men of this city were prevented . DR. C. J. MOFKETT-Deai

First Bapt t.-Re''John AlMon l'a tor.Servicesat from voting by the threats of Mr. Paul Funke. been handling Teethina
11 ..m., 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bunday-f chool and the demand increasesf.
9 a.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 o cock. their race. The darkey is the only A reference to the advertising col- becomes introduced and
Second Baptist.-Eev.Levin Cook. Pastor Services sales average from two tc
bull-dozer in Florida.Mr. this
of will
convince tho
at 11 a. m.,3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday- paper months. We believe tbj
o'clock.ICbooll1a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, at 7 G. Stark met with ron acei reader that Mr. Paul Funke is one of (Teething Powders)wilt

dent on Friday last, which confine the lives-t and most enterprising a standard and indispej
no single instance hasj
TOWN TALK.Fiuley't him to the house for several day!. merchants in the State. His goodsare isfaction. No com

first class and his .rices made to us, henc .
His patrioti.-m however, enabled him ( are low.
you claim for it.
majority 1,448. to act as one of the inspectors in this He will also be found accommodating HUNT, KAY

-Mr. W. I. Acosta returned home precinct.The. and obliging, and we feel it incumbent Fur sale bv

from college this week. Florida house has become I upon us to advise our readers to

Three cheer for Blcxham and .a favorite among travellers, and we patronize him. Every steamer bungs Hal tine

. Bethel Davidson and FinleyMr. notice with pleasure that they ac- him a large consignment, and consequently -

H. E. Dutterer returned commodate large numbers of guests, at his New York store on ,

from New York on Friday last. both winter and summer. We can Second street will be found all the r }

recommend this hotel laleM. styles of fall and winter goo
Master Sammy Swann returned conscientiously
We notice with pleasure that he
from school at Sewannee, Tenn., this to parties visiting Fernandina. is s
ma'ids a large trade.
week. The walls o1" the concrete residence ..

.-We learn that the Egmont of Mrr A. B. Noyes are rapidly AC"au..._.. 9-

hotel will not be open until December mounting sky-ward. Thin class of FERS.S'IHS.FLOr.IDA,

1st. building has never been thoroughly October 29, 188

Beaten, but not discouraged, is introduced into Fernandinn, but will lo the Editor of the Th nand i Ezpred a

probably increase in favor it is The letter of the 24lli instant, t\ .
the motto of the Democracy off this as r.

country. both durable, and we believe, cheaper my name signed to it, accompanyi?! :

than brick. a communication signed "An hone fi t 4uq_ e
Orange?, apple, bananas, grapefruit {
Voter, published in the Jacksonvill -
and pears are now to be had in _The public schools of this city are I :
Sun and Press of the 26th instant
markets. in full blast and pleased ,
our now we are
is base
a forgery.I .
-Nassau county gave: a Republican to learn are well attended. Our people appeal to all good citizens of

majority on the electoral ticket are becoming educated to the thi- ..
community to lend their .i.t-. : I
of 237. Not quite 329. necessity of supporting public schools ance in finding out the viUianho .t',ihat

-So far as heard from, & fc\ is and during the next four years, underBloxham' may be brought to ju tict>. r

- the only county in the S \i1ich administration they will Very Respectfully.
doubtless be largely improved. Gov.
gave a Republican gain. J. W. HOWKLL.
Bloxham i* an ardent supporter of ..
in this vicinity are
the public school system. The Three Cent Connter
not Tery jubilant. They feel much i. at Paul Fnnke's New York Stole s
depressed at the loss of the State. -We merely rise to ask il
Fall and Winter Hoods .
the Democrats have not as '
Third ?
-Mrs. Clark on
for the at New York'cost, at Paul Funk '
street, has the finest collectic.n of many grounds accusing New York Store.
of fraud in New
market. Republicans
fruits and vegetables in the
York and Indiana, as the Re- Equator Beer always on hand aj ""1'
The long season of rainy weather publicans have of accusing us of arriving by every steamer at { ;;j'i.:f"tr,'.:
still continues and imparts a gloomyappears14ce .Hammerly'pjXew I.'i'.,';,,;!
fraud in Florida We how :iII \
suppose, '
Southern -- '! I.
to our sunny 'W" J'
ever, it is perfectly nitnral for the Attraction '<" "'
E 'i
clime. defeated party to cry fraud, and will The three cent counter at P : ,:

Amons the arrivals on the City allow them this bit of Job's comfort. I Funke's New York Store. ,; ;; ,;II,

of Dallas this week we notice the :
The stranger arriving at Fernan- Just Received

names of Mr' William Lawtey, and dina notices with pleasure the freedomof A cargo of flour, the best aD .. '% .''"' OS ;

Miss Annie Lawley. 1 est. /
municipal Loud
our government. i-.S'
= A trial is all we ask.
Duval's Republican' gain was boisterous and profane language is Angel Sa FrTeoij

84. Eighty-three New York repeaters permitted on the principal streets. .
supposed to be railroad men, The Three Oat Counter tr, EL E-
Crowds at the
congregate: corners :
is at Paul Funke's New YorkRye
were shipped to Jacksonville. and obstruct the sidewa lb. Base-

The steamer II. Plant makes balls are hurled with dangerous force i and. Rock at. :Steil','

good, time .between, .. this ,port: and iraperilingjthe unwary pede8trianand York Sample Rooms, o -2d i str 4,

Brunswick Ga., and u fast becoming cattle and horses roam at large. The Triumph Shl.rti

favorite among passengers.,:' These thing can, and ought to be Supenor III quality and style

. -The* next thing in order-in- this corrected. Our ordinances are good only, worth $2 atPAUL .

and cover most of these offences but FUS'KE'S'NEWYOE
county wilt be a convention to reappointments -I ,
: 'OsOUr of- unfortunately arenol inforced. ., Bremer Keiser Beer at St t
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FUNKE'S BOOIXO Staves at Manufactiirer's Prices.

I Iw S. G. & 11.1. 1l. i R. AUSTIN s

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Mantitaiturer of
1 II York Store No 1STATIONS. I No.2. '
:titil.'t ETAHC1TS. .:\lail.Ar' Tin & Slieet-Iron Ware

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I Fct-tianditla," j'A.l1 H::\"' I'Vdtr .!,...'A.M.: 4\11
FERNANDIWA PI A. JIarl'5 loa.t./11:11\ 1I:_,'' IOIt..WIiOd.5: CI I li:-2'
Cklltthau..... 12:11.12:17H"lterCie.k,.. 0:06 1:2.1
Duitoii... .....ivrSii.lJzMi.Bronooii: ... .' .:05 7:1111 1:2*' 1:4.1' Archer ...... ;:f.o H; --O-- n.tgt 4.iiMbatt< ti...... .. 11:1. SI8
M."ilP\\ 2:4S 2:33)lAintxIondn... 1I:3 1ioI
\ s:11. S:12| :1i*liulie,.. 8d ":II.
CLOTHING !'Ilark..1 x 17 1 $:-ili\\ ; 10:1'
: :
III Tliumtun... 3:14' s-Ul iTuur.t-n.. ....Io:(.,. In.ttv..ldo.
I .. ..... I:1 4:..:'l| i!'aik -..... ....10:4U 1":1GMIIII'II'ule.
: .. f.5t' 8it4''Tempi..'s.. ...|lo:4 in--.
DRY GOODS, Arrndoudo... ft--iti 5:2x' |jLtwt. )... ".ll:1* 111.
J.ittin. .. ... SMO r.: llM-xvl '........ !1r.: 11:5
RlretLtJ AriJier... .... ;:'oII H:I'I, 'B.' ... '-:'- '-:1"
BOOTS AND SHOES llron."n.1:111' /,:v*, lliu'1" ..... ... : J5JJiterrrwk :!-
best ,.. 7:4'), ;:N71 ,(rantiln.I.. .. i:*| 2:1'".
1.0.,1... .. 1It: l:37 ilkrt'slC.nd" 2:5. 2r. :
.. A.WN HATS AND CAPS. Cedar Key.... 9lo'l'.M.I', ieniaudm.... 3:." I'.M. i"t1ons..1

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_ ( Having just purchased in New York Prom Uruu.wick and all ]x.iuta North and

tact K it j 1 n lurtit and well assorted stock Mow '\\...r.. .IJr.n... >.wik.. . ..und,.. ...all... .puiutl.. ... ..Noiib. ... ...ait..<.iWent Daily'F4 I i. =r CVEi: S ,

..STANTUES cost I inn prepared retail!. wholesale ...... . .. .... .. .... ... ................Vail)'. )I Cooking utensils of all kinds.
prices which will ,
Prom Sdvannnh nnd Charle..ton..Thursday
r jhlOBRrlmtIMiop For It ** . ........FndaySTEAMER And 1Vrought-Iron Pipes.

*. audI Defy Competition. MAYFLOWEU. Driving Wells a Specialty
I SvrrybodyIMENT. From fi t. Marrii Uiver Landings, Wednesday Friday
and Hunilay. Uroome St., above Second,

[ I -0- Thursday.AT For 81. Marys. River Landings, Sunday, Tuesday, FKKXANHIXA, FLORIDA.

ck and tide (;rctt reduction in IlAI.mVIN'.-FLORIDA CENTRAL U. 1:. 15-tf.
\ of Urnlw. For Jacksonville, Tallnhretee and Live Oak.
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.... .. ... .... C:2J o III 1:05p.m.
CT IT. ItwinJiliL ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. From Jacksonville,Tailahaxxee and Live O.ik
and IU rrtcabOc. ............. .. ..... ....C:45a m., 1 and 6 p. m. I I
.and tl lX)0j
- AT GAIN ES1'll.LE. H. M. Hensoll1Jln..tdarluriny
Stage Line tot Ocala and Tamp, arrives Monday ;
R. I. Best Calica Prints, Wednesday and Fnday.
Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa, h ax e* Tuesday, I
.J Thursday and Saturday.AT .
5 TO 6 CTS. PER YARD.0 CKDAU C' 1 and FiirnithinijUNDERTAKER

--0- For Key West and 1Ia8nlat \'lng MondayVcd-
neKday and Fri'lay. ,
Ginghams. For Key West and Havana, departing Tuesday
and Satur"Hy. Firm bTUEET,
For New Orleans arriving and departing..Saturdays

From Manatee and Tnuipa ....Tuendny & Saturday Fernanrlina. Fla.CASES. .
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Gents Clothing and furnishing gds a SayanraiL Fla., & Western R. R. :

WHOlfSil PRICS.0 SWANXAH. Mar 13, 18 0. f :
Passenger Trains on this Road will run
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as follows:

All otticr goods at minimum NIGHT EXPRESS.

Leave Savannah daily nt 4:30 p m 1t'1'ALLIC .
PRICES TO SUIT THE Arrive at Jessiip daily at 7:00 p m
A r11ve nt Thoma!'vi'.le daily nt 0-25 1m Wooden Collins and Casket,

TIMES Arrive Daillhl ide daily at 9:40 a m 'Vhitcltal and Silver l'btf-
[ the 'EUlorado"irredonJo Arrive at Allmnv daily at 10:25 a m

AlacbuaLFifLORIDJi L AT Arrive nt Live Oak daily at 2:00 a m Trimmings,
Arrive at Tallaha-sec daily at 7:(n) a in CONSTANTLY OX HANI).

PAUL FUNKE'SNEW Arrive nt Jacksonville daily at 7:50 a mLeave Dodics w..shed ami 1 rinsed, and
Tallahassee daily at (5.00 p m
Lca\e Jacksonville daily st 5:30 p m I'roserved until Burial, with ftr

YORK STORE, Leave Live O.ik cllilat 11:15 p m without the u-e of Ice.

Lea tc -\lh:1t..v laiiy at 4-00 p in lie-mains exlinmed and placed it.Ca .
Fernandina, Fla., Leave 15.iii i>, idge (tiiy at -1:00 p mIx.s "
I "" {')I" removal.'IVlciMpliic .
--- - ve Tiiomasvi'le daily at 7:35: p in
N O MORI: Leave Je sup daily at 6:301L in orders promptly

D Arrive at Savannah daily at fl.OO a in A'lTENDKD TO.
liwner having be. :: I.I No change ot cars between Savannah and 2: $tf.
1 = OR GOUT ;..1 I I Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany.
L ACUTEDR .. :! Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars 1llilj"loc. .
Jinnee 19 East'Ir. S CHRtJNIOA M tween Savaninh and Jacksonville. t .J.CKOX.ILLE, PKNSACOLA

[ isinj; 300 acres : I SURE: CURE. ; Shi-pins cars run through to and from t \ '
rof Section 14 I I I Nivannah and Aldany. :JA.Tta 'IfUNtroRTiTioVt OFFU:.. I
I Manufactured only under lie above' The elegant Meeping and Parlor Coaches 'f.uNa..aK, Ft*., Feb. .ISM. I llark. tl\ the El'HOPEULIC. of the Kulala line daily between IontI I O N and.aftrr Monday February 2. 1MB, rA1'.tcr'Crain.
YLIC MEDICINE CO., tit Paris uudLeip- ;I g'ollrry1:1 and Jacksonville, without 01 thin read will run n follow. :
zig. I changePassenscrs Ihuseny'" Train-Kattfrn Bnv"d -Doti'J.Loue .

IMMEDIATE HEMEX WARRANTED PERusESTC'ritBGi'AUNTEEi from Savannah CIt.ttahoochee..2 00 p m
for F'-rnan- Qulnry .S "O f m
1 ) >. Now exeln- diva, Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this Arrive at Tallnl.K5.feB...000 p m
i sively used hy all celebrated Physicians of train. I-t'Rve 1' 46 f m

oAcret J Europe and Ameiica. The highest MedicalAeadcniy Passengers for D.tiien take this train.l'ascngei's L ate UrrrnrtlM.Monticello.-.I...8 70Ixae 38 p P n at
of Paris reports 05 cures out of : from Savannah for Brunswick Leave )f .B 18 p '
100 cases within three days.Secret. tike this train, arriving at Brunswick Arrive Live (>n<.J IS a m
.-The only dissolver of the token- 6O ) a. in.Passengers ., at at Thonia Savanrah..y.i.ille.,.II il 16 a n t
' l I, cm Uric Acid hict esists in the :Hood of leaving Macon at ::1;; a. m. lit AlhAn)..lotaM
t laud : Rheumatic and Gouty Patients. I II at 62iamArnvp
I with this train tor Florida.
UI..t1. CUl'p.I. C'nreil. Cured. .
I t J.N LsoMtls.7 69 a n
: II. S. Dewey Esq., 201 Broadway, lu- Passengers from Florida by this trainconnect Arrive at utruauitna...................S 4( p mat \
flaniuuttory Jlbeumati-m. at JCSSIIP with train arriving in ".. OuincKTilln..................SC4 p .

J IX-HVV, Esq, 455 Wn Tram Vfat
Chrouie liliOuiaatKin. |I I Connect at Albany tt it'll Passenger trains
Jacksonnlle.S.0 a mla
'I E. G { East Ninth both ways on Southwestern Railroad to
, Mrs Towne, : Street Frrnaii<1ma.10 Sip m
Ii EtY Chalky lormationa in the joints,) Chronic"culnalISTIL | and from Macon, Eufiula, Montgomery, Leave UKiueRTillp.963am
I ]i Mobile, New Orleans, etc. Lt-ateOJur.Keys .4 SO a m
Leave Hild. in. 7 00 a m
I leaves
Prater, 74 Newark Avenue, Jeif. ;- Mail steamer Bainbridge for Apalachicola Leave Lake Cty. 40 p m
Chronic KheumaiUm. |, every Sunday and Thursday. Lave $.''I'anl..b..4 It p.
, Arnold, Esq., 12 Webossetf stflee. For Columbus every Tuesday and S<1tur- Leave the 0..1.21SauLcaTc
I .
; Madison.3 SI a.
II I. of Chronic
twenty .ycars' Leave Gr"t'u,1I1e..4 39 a m
atG ( | Close connection: .it Jacksonville daily Leave Monticcilo.S 00 a m
isln.Chani iei1ain, Esq.Vntbin ton ( nlldacu''ptcJ) for St. Augustine P.i- Arrive at Tal'at.arsee..7 00 a iii

fishington, I). U., Hheumatic htka Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, Leave Leave 1'.iliatlssbe...10f8aAnne S3* am:a
a and landings; on the St John's River. ut Cnatt.hoochee.II SO a JQ

Turn ate, 100 Sanchez street 1 Trains on B. and A. R. R. leave junction SL Mark knis, Thurtlnj, Saturdays.
SCOt Neuralgia and Sciatica j going west at 1 :37 a. in., and for I'-ruus- I-eaiie Tullnhtsee..9 00 a m
wick nt 4:40 p. in., daily except Sunday. Arrtvt- at St. M>irk' .10 Ii a..
\11, Intermittent and Chronic />- i Through 1 ickets sold and Sleeping Car Lace t't. Mark'n.110 a mAiriveutTaIlahae
ICA IS A CERTAIN CURE, No. 22 Hull Street and at Atlantic and and JacJUonxllIi-Luc...all a'cepirn night trains between Taaha.

{, Ig entirely the use of Sulphate of Guff Railroad Passenger Depot. EDGAR YLI ET, Master Trannpostatlon.T .

|\s it will not onlvcut thc fevers, i ACCOMMODATION TRAINS-EAST-

any of the inconveniences and Leave SnvannnhSundays c.\M at ;:00 a m 1
[arising from QUINNE. i Arrive at Mclntosh .' fl:28am

BOX, 6 BOXES FOR &5. 1 Arrive at .h'S:.lll) "" "" 12::?1) ni CHANGE OF SCIIKDULIC.NT'll .

nt free by null on receipt ironey. I Arrive at BlacKs-hear 2:40 pill 8crElu.TIIII NT'll. OfFICI >
ASK VOUIl 1'RUOUlsr FOR IT, Arrive a Dupont 6.23pm jAtKiOKTILlK. Oct. 6th, 18... \
G "klA" Le no imitation or lIut>.litute. a*our fiiUioyllrluhtrd Leave Dupont " 5:20 a m
? 119n ) )U piaranteed to relieve or moneyaid Leave Blackshcar 9:40 ON ,
s1" a mLeave road will run M follow :
. i tt ii I ,and' will be deliveird free or receipt. of or- Jessup .. 12:50
"ng addressing Leave Mclntosh .' p m MAIL and EXPRESS: (Daily.)
p m
sltlJurno & CO., Arrive at Savannah 5:40 pm Lace JarUsmiu'l 5:39 p. m.
WESTERN DIVISION. Leave Baldwin M .. 7OCp.m'
SOLE AGENTS I Io Arrive at Lake "3fek. 9:30 p. m
Fulton St. (Enox Building Leave Dupont (Sundays ex'd.) at 7:30 a m Leave Live Oak.... 3:18 a. m
rc&W&1' cor. .
Leave Valdosta 4 10:02 a m Arrive Ta1laha>*rc... 7:00 a. m
Ye'lriM. ,) New Tort Leave Quit 11:42 a raj i Arrive al Alluiny ...... ...............10:45 a. m -
L I Arrlvl'atavann.b.. 9:00 a. m
_>ALE Arrive at Thomasville 2:10 p 111 Leave Savannah... ... ............... ... 4:30 p. m
Leave Thomasville 2:40 pin I Crave 4:00 p. ra
Leave Camilla 5:24 p m I| Leave Tallahassee .....,.... ......... ... 5:45 p. m
; Leave Live Oak. 2:15 a. m
Arrive at Albany ::20 p m I I Leave Lake : 3:50 a. m
(TUTBIRS NW0UO.) Leave Alb'iny 5:00 a In I i, Leave Baldwiu.'':40 a. m
I Leave Camilla 7:15 a ntl i Arrive at Jacksonville... ... .. ... .... .. 7:50 a. sOn
Arrive at Thomasville 10:20 a m ,: Mail and Fiprcs Train Sleeping Cars TUB
and from Jacksonville and &aannah also .
I through to ;
Leave Thomasville
k 10:50 a m Lucas Sleepine Cats run through to and fr..
r Leave Quitman 1:10 p m Jacksonville and TaUahavaee,

Leave Valdosta 3:15 p in i E i rEKNAXDINA EXPRESS (Daily.)

: Arrive at Dupont 5.45 p n; I Leave Jacksonville... .... ......... ...l1U.. m.
J. Trsos, Master of TrHnsportation.n. J Arrive Baldwin. : p. ra.
I S. HAINES.ap20tf I Arrive Fernandma ... ....... ........... 3:40 p. m
; ? General Leave Fernandma ............ .........10:80 a. m.
a !r. Superintendent.
Leave & 1:20 p. m.
ry lrtutMi. Allay IrrtlktlMikU a.l I I I Arrive Jacksonville. 2:34 p. mPai .
1 ( CM;. Rums mud rlTeaiaai Wesleyan Female Institute >.enper, for Fernandina and Cedar ET take
+ I thin tram. No tram from Baldwin to Cedar.j *aSuuday.
t CA44drst.IN a aaasd e wPryw,1ke44 .
!"..alas.. ,
I Connect at Baldwin with A. G. t W I.T. R. R.
1u9 I I 0I by J I. Clay, and all druggists Opens its 31st Session September 20th, : from Cedar Keys and Gameavilie. at Lake City wit k
It 'J. P. A M. R. K. for TaJiabas.I't'. Albany and Ba
t 1880. Among the first Schools for young vannah. and points North and West ; at Jack.*..-
ladies in the United States. Climate un ville with St. Johns River Steamer
surpassed. Surroundings beautiful.-Pupils I J. S. :McELROT,
from Seventeen States. Master of Transportation.VT. .
LOWEST TERMS is THE Usiox. i Supt.arket .

TERMS :Board.. Washing, Lieut English I I
Latin, French for each half of the

Scholastic year. . . . .. . .. . .. ..$115. : r Gardeners III
-c r All extras very low. For Catalogue, address -
Rev. W r. A. HARRIS Pres't,

l BLOOD rcuncK, and li the 33-tf Staunton. Virginia. i, BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'s

ABU remedy known to scl-

will" I{'III,I,I? I I + and radical SCKOFTLA and Fasauir in all their=a-i Laths and Lumber. !


1+ i ovta mercury from the 'L.\ of the best quality will be de-
q .
the agonies ot mercurial \ at Fernandina at from $1.80 to -
For tale by dealers throughout Florida
'edify core all akin li. $2.00 per thousand, in anv quantity.
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