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 13, 1880
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00004
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL. IV. NO.:1it FERNANDINA, NASSAU
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TEMPLE OF FASI lON" J. II. PRESCOTT, !I Our Wsahintoll Letter.From .

I A"14tllllil4.e't
&
UE\LIKISBOOTSSHOES&SLPP our Special! Corre"ponJ.mt. +
Pdrs.S.A.REINHARDTVirOULD I j \.\-..I1f\GTO, D. C., XoV 4. l-ij'0IJcjjrets ],
I
RS over the late defeat are '
INFORM THE
RESPECTFULLY all\' in.in
LEATHER AN- FIN 'INl.SW : uselessl of course, and there is no '
L.\1JItS OF FER.KAXPIXA AND VICINITY
in this that Ills lmhJ:;:
profit denouncing or manor
THAT SHE HAS TAKEN ROOMS AT Till ,
.
eight u '
i't't ti\'ll. It 1not, however, an

NORWOOD HOUSE, opiate'rt'-tima fact that the condition tie. Iilnll r +

WIIEttE SHE WILL COXflXUE TO DO UKES. of lungs in Nest Yoik city and t\H to

MAKING IX THE LATEST STYLES. 41tfA. Brooklyn, X. Y., caused (3ener.il tt'lItlt-,1 : \
-.- --- - ( llltIl1l1d tr tt
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lIam'lwk'Ilt.'fl'at.. Had those cities ,
W. COCKRLLL. J1O. T. ALItK. Wit I IR R. TATE "'X
,
t i\.l'tl the Democratic cni.didite the hop! 1l 'uli:11'.1 I Ith

COCKREU, WALKER and YATESJ I fill Democratic majority, the :Mate :\\\ ;

1 N York would hire him 111, ill'" t I.Llc .
(Cockrell & Wakr,Juok.oimlie.tSUtorncns of ''w giv.-n :

err (..II'ctllr31"ot<., and Kc would have : the. 'Im

CT CounsellorsFEKXASDIXA bet-n c in'tCtl. Liter it will be in or- !| fed i,'It, but 1sht)1111

il. into tlu of the'!', 1':01 t I,
}'LA.OFfiCE 'i tu uiiue :aue3
rp'rilitlict.tJ the the by far t1I'Ia av
adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court' on |.uty by
,> ) 1C as Hrutu
0.- Democi.its in those Democratic'I
WALTE3 fi. YATZS, ITotarj Public.
llc Ion',) til' 1"11;
cine-
Fennandma,Oct.5. isso-26 1m.WIVI. .
I r.. l tw uavrwa.,., ,. I IVa I:onll'.
- - \ Democrats wilt know
x .r, White V.ts, ''T >r u, Nori-iti hington I II 1
LAKE, SST ORDERS KE 'Elt. Pi.'M A I i x 1'ION General JarReld {e\-ect in pxcellai NIw", in un /I1
I :i is of mort' \ allh t
1'litN. iLN.LCash administration from him. lie is very

_ Watchmaker and Jeweler, Boot & Shoe Store, Mijiiilar here, owt.s dUtrii-t property, I f ever big tilt hart

Second Street.North of Sinnorn Hoyt, have jut N"o. 21) C'tMitre ts'. 2- :'InaArEORw&llOYT pays hU taxes promptly, and iccog- ,! thought Ilirnnl
received an elegant liue of I l!
1'Hizes, his p.u ticular boot black hyI Yluu tardier Silt

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, 1 name, whenever that n eftil servant the S1lnlre's. HI'

Cheap for Cash. appears. Jeneral t.irlleld isjilnlicated l1nso- with 1I.ru', 11I,1in
I WIIOI.I>ALE E
Ion' Ith 11121.
T) EPAIRISG at reasonable j-n.en, and all walk in the world'svay Don ,I w
JLV guaranteed,or moiirj nfundeJ. 4.I-ly_ ; twice 01' till I' a wI
I GROCEKSAX1 1'iatt, "f tioSMWII'J/ ( (]>ial, tells

Watches, Jewelry and Clocks a numerous story of the Piesident I about aW..'11 havI

> I elect's miscellant'Oiia and unsuccessful I any pll'asure Li
-HETA1UED :LT- his \.t-its. i0
Ship Oliancllers.LUMUEIl I etlurts to get a note for two or
three hundred dollars discounted did he get a c

F. W. AN3LEY, AND NAVAL STOnES I.ere Washington.. He did not thalldozen

know eyen the hrst step to be taken, sooner would
Provisions and Groceries
Ca.Tae-STarIT. F..BI*IDISA, FLa.A at her home
and his house rent went unpaid until,
At Bottom I'rictA ".
LLIOATORTEETii&SF.t- EA JtWFLUulwayii in the course of his aimless rambles, take him 011
11 on hand and made to order. t-tf Stotk oiGroceries. "that
Large he met some friend who was betterin foIl'

T1L Al:TllCi: C. FORD, Provisioll". the ways of currant business. One would keep

CirK-kery, might as well attempt to foretell a ins foqu\sh tl
DeD.t1st1tl1
llinlware.
policy for a child as for General Gar- would fairly rl
St. btt. Centre anti Al.uliun,) Dry Goods,
( At
length Oil
field but I find Democrat
1 UR.NIr "UnJ every one,
rElX.DlX., - - FL01MD.V.
tunate enough talone.
--- UNrs. antI Republican prophesying the so

D1t.11.. POPE, -\a-oh ISIinils., ction of an excellant cabinet. No Here w

l'IlYSICI.LXD SURGEON, Paints Democrat I have talked with expre!' propose,

-DI'FlCE- Oils amiYarnKhcs. cs any greater apprehension: than himself t

that personal feeling cause the radiant,
Store.Con may
At C1ay'.lJrug Extremely Low for Cash.
of Foster of Ohio That \
tt found at right: at rc-i.lence unSth Street, appointment as
between C'enti and Ash. !?{'n.! orders ':l once or call all exam- Secretary of the Interior. If nothing upon the Sgentleman
"rc b'.torc purcli sin.r fKchercNAMJOKN .
M. & II. J. BAKER, & HOYT, nor-c than that is done it t.

J. St-...n.1 St.. Fernanolin', Fla. would seem the country is safe for a cherry fire.Ilitrher .
EYS AT LAW --- -
ATTOHN ,
fOil of elder
years.There
FERNANDlXAiJICKSIWILtE -FLI. ANGEL FFRIEID hip weekly
may be-indeed, I have
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JAS. McWATTEES: I .\K EM AND !In. t heard intimations of it-an intention I to man agriculti enter
'
1 Among caitain Democrats to fix a
House, Sign and Carriage Painter; CONFECTIONERSCHOICE I portion of the responsibility of de. page fi

-.\LSOCalsomlner ,
plane w h
feat on General IHncock. There idj
Clazier and Pa- Groceries and Tobacco I lIowd
per Hanger.Orders Cigars j folly. He was an unexceptionable his usual '
should be kit at Ai.vF.rtsox & TOT, AXI FAXl'V AUTICLCS. candidate. lie is\ pure man, and a I "

TCCKEU'S Carpenter Shop, Fourth Strict, clear headed and constitution-loving reconlcheer.
Fernandhu. Florida. 19tf5TALVERSON Weddings, Entcrtainna-nts nnJ Picnics .I'AI
- fnrnMie at the shortest notice, ut ItuckUotlvm nun.s intimated elsewhere in this

1'l'it'ul, atAXGHL'S letter, the defeat was because of arrangements 'eat
I J.1J E/:Y. UI 1 (
among politicians in the
Painter and
Carpenter, Centre St opposite oM post ofiice building,
I decisive Slate, and if any (I
Special attention given; to rcpairiiif
MRS- CLARKE have prevented the l.rmmph 04
I ,
Furniture, Buggies, Wagons, Etc. trader, General Hancock couldj

AU work in my line executed with dispatch 3rd St., Between Centre and .llaclma Sis., quits: the contest a better know _
bhopon: Fourth Street, between ,
Centre and Alachua. Fcrn.mdiru, FL DEALER IX TilE CHOwEsT more honored man than when hftered
12-tf. 't and that is x,,,
mud
raying ] t z rIt

.' J. RIKA11T Fruit, Vegetables Confectionary, Secretary Sherman said,
I I : 1 1I
*c., & ., &.c. 5-tf asked yesterday what reas
l\.IerClall: -J.'ailor i a
could give lor the great He

Centre Streett Corner Seventh, I I To Orange Growers and Shippers: | victory: "Several. The tiI

rcrnandiiia Flu.W. 'E.E.HALL&SON j most important, I think, v 17r

mess of the
f hospitality
H. CUSIIING, 1T2W IIA Via;, COKJT., the aver-ion of the r

Receive Florida Oranges on i
change. feacum.s
Secondly
RESIDENT I '
I Commission. I
attendant n)
\T7MTE THEM l-'OR IRCL'LAKS OlVIXCi :
"...iTOffTtll. r PARTICULAR 4MfIF ; ly to rr" from and necessary trIgitimate a 'Sol:


Photographs in all the Popular Styles. I [)lr I m Eft'j !I ces of such solidity '

VIEWS in any part of the State agitation of the tari

made to Order (Opp. R. R.depot and St'mboat landing) I There were other rea oj ,,7
-o- I
Fourth St.,between Centre and Alachua, : FERSiXDIM, Florida. patent. I think the I] r. .

FERXAXDIXA, - Florida. directed against Gen
- MI ? E. LEDD ProprutreM. I
:JCE--BEEF. exercised great influcD

-- 'I Reasonable. Clini.ges. I

W. K. BAUKNIGHT 43-tf._ I
I An artesin' well R.S

FE13IAND i'A, ?L. ., ,ST. MARY'S RIVER PACKET. supplies both fresh anA i

AND RETAIL DEALER IX lr. r.
TynOLESALE deep pump to the t

-I: O !H3- STEAMER FLORA, trates the salty:e.in

And Tennessee tall.Fed Beef. CAPT. RICHARDSON, one strikes the fres
Will leave P'ernan"lna..Tt'ry MOID*rand TBCMDAT I I IIItxs
at S a. m. from tE.NTR bTKET DOCK for
The Best of Meatsand I Ii i I The steamer C1I

The- Purest- of Ice. .' Trader's Hill, j I I ed at New York: I ',

and aU immediate landings on the St. Vary'River I ing 630 steerage ;_
Ot1CTRY orders filled on abort notice with I f
and
C promptness and dispatch. KJT TEH MS CAfrIL I Through Bills of Lading sengers, had

I I II seven days, ri
CON"VER..TSALL I FROM KEW YORK by the MALLORY LINE of i
minutes.
STEAMERS to all poitW on the St.)larJ'..
I i ;
WILL NOW COME AND HAVE I Close Connectionmade i i l In Carr m; iy

YOUR. SOLES SAVED BY. with th*Kw York and Savannah Steamers. : was triedsessing n Ii'ffy
Mark all goon"Care of steamer Mayflower, Fer-

.A REYNOLDS pan CooddAccommodationsfor his .
after able ar ;
the Fi en en. KxcnrmoDi and Tourism rj
Remember the soles you have been tread will end this a very attractive trip u the tcenery each side, a'. j
ing on,can be saved-Cheap for Cash. is Grand. and alligators and other game art abunnt. -t
For further information I rendered
aply to anagainst
and Alach-
SMond
Centre
street between W. B. rMOJtPSOJT. I
y- Pemandma. Florid.' 12-tL I TlVl-tf Femanduia,Ha. t the kta
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which had
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abandoned and
waterlogged
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dismasted, at London on Tuesday '- : -
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last IIIgllt near ba1-t. Nine of the crew of the Maue- s'... -- ---=-
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.; urge that thc officials donia were drowned. i-'>! '1'' :" l
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cess of the United States I .. ,",_ ;J i,;r. .r,0:!..iJi, iT.r..i"'
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respected and obeyed f Preparations for the inaugutation .,.TC ;' .--.'- ,;':'.''' 'i '

?.", A, l"leming, J. J. Daniel, Ja. of Gen. Garfield have ahvadv as- .; '-' '1;;, .. :

I. Baker, N. A. UnJl Jno. T. Walker i i --m
stimed organized foim. The execu- I.::::''''-'
F P. Fleming and other citizens. I _
tivt committee Imvi g the arrange- .
Fj"
MADISON :'LA. Nov. 10 i860. :! .
*
I
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meets in charge extend a cordial invitation i .,
the To Jfe8. r8. N. A. hull, Baker, Fleming e. .
1 AtIJ&
to all military civic organizations
Daniel and Walker: I Ir- "
he I '
pow- We unqualifiedly condemn the throughout the country to .:r.
I
1ection of
nd honest rescue night.J. from marshal of prisoners. last I take. part in the inauguration CI'I'mo.I I I: COOK AND PARLOR STOVES

iue! ,
1 iomrntouslyf L. Inglls, C. II. Smith, II.1.. I HEETERS RANGERS-
,
) wloItlurn toe Fcarnside, U. J. Maycs, W. II. Dial, ,

A. C. lIt>uJry, J. II. Par.l1flOl't', W.
, anti strive O. Jordan and manyotlieii*. Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,

ircnm'tAtlccS'j '
ROOFING AND GUTTERING.
State News.
(.xtrn

..'.... I
residenT .t.U8DC8S From tlie Tampa OunrdiAn.
Jiu-t received a tart consignment of Stoves:
of l.av- I The daily in ul i* indeed a convenience

uty. which i.: ln:!hly appreciated by THE COOK'S JEWEL
citizens of Tatnpu. Its effect will

epiuinr, and art i dally be felt in encouraging immigrants 1a appropn:ilcly nam(d-it In a jewel

LTnitetl Stlll'A to settle in the country.
We will not be Undersold.
pr'lI\e power. There has not been such a vote
s.V.'K. nisi st.(",.;.J.etwe C'entrp and Ash,
Ie South can hot polled in IlilUborouph county a- was i .u,'JJ.tf 1\.1 n<1uJmlt, Fla.

evil.to polled at this last election in ten ------ -. -

before. u..I fa. W M I-
time ill which years ro -' tn M' si:
The mate the fchllonerIatch. \ 00C3 fit
cy to Le pnrsnedglthough on c:: H I ? !
less, on Thursday last was standing I-

at pre near where two men on board of the I i p*>I "'\ 01.2 T B Uiagonvii -

ed to ignore na.ow. schooner were cleaning out an old p'stol SSjSJcLs : -3 rl\ }

and to turn I which accidentally went oil'tnd ( AT h c; "" L .-.: en. ,. .JJ...

ely to the improveetive ; shot Mr. Henry Smith, (known as --- jJIII c\/Jj-C :: C) 5 J5CD =
Hans), the mate of the schooner in I'ING'SE- . --... s::: =; ".-I.. iF-i
state But J I c:3 .ca 70- t;) .,. .-
the brea' t, which canned his death !iI coI )11 -'
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'n : :1-
a
r this policy weho I A LARGE \E\V SUPPLY \
in a short time alter the accident : :.:.. t-4 i
I I ; t':::) :"I
question 01 govd lipppcneJ' I I FALL AND WINTER GOOSD lash. a": iii ::: 0- .. :is
-:'*. '1
H ;; U) ;; _
for a period of Tram the Key West I).'mocrut .:; Ci:. o ir
I I --rl -
I Ie1ol'8 !11 William CUI'I V' wharves have LADIES' AU CHILUTJUSS a:: ... c
will have to live II ,. 2TIIKFEIIXANDISA-. 1:..:
; administration i I been crowded with I liippinz. Schoon- U ?ST ]) 1: Jl, 1' I :s"r S. -0 o o ::: C'to;

Crt from New YOlk were unloading : HOSIERY AM OLOVtS.ZephyrHoods.Sacques : : O X Z) -;

grafp this fact their cargoes of dry goods and groceries and Scarfs -

to business, the boats from I'ens-.icola with lumber i ,
I LADIES AND OESTS'NeckTies
us. from the Manama* with :cult,

and horn Punta Ilas!'a \\itli ( lie, Silk Hankerchiefs, .C _Y Aa1EF

majority will altogether the business of the winter I All the Lnteotiail<;B.I .
1
I Ij
\ft but unlortupeopKj is flattering.Captain FANCY 11HUKKI3, I'JC:1TnJl'HUtEiI,
j
1 'JOYS, JLWKLKV .\XUCffWX!).
does I Miguel Martinez of the -
Dauntless was shot and killed by : .SCIiEDULE. h, t
1YI !
I unknown parties Saturday night. He :

fcssnpss.Jacksonville. was at the counter of Pat. McKeon's I Ii I,

i barroom when the murdeicr liglilly I I I OCEAN''STUMSHIP (; mcr Fourth Ln.1 Muciua t rente.

Ti 1 opening the blinds tired two fliot-, I II P. I. COUKTEll, Piuprielnr.

following ac- I at the tint vliot which did not take

aitantal, piece ; flWt, Capt. Martinez turned partly CO1PAUY, New Goods !

lilted by citizens 1 around, as he
l' Our p<'ogle will ;| was tiled which paMtl thiuiluh his I COIIIU1'11i0 RKGUL4HI.Y n 1TH

heart. Capt. M nit lntz pnlhd Ins JI avc just rcfcixul h.m \oitlu-i n ettit'e
ch conduct and I
pistol at the fii>t hliot, but before lie NEW YORK STEAMERS a lariro. mid \\i-H.:il('rlcd sti'i k ol

seated by Iijne could use it, the second idiot was bl'UINC iiiul St'MMEHCL'i''ii

fired which kille i him, an he was !:I TillH Till ,>MT S.

Tliop.Tfilial falling hill pistol was fired but without Suits, made neatly piomruly and cheaply

wliocounty t doing any damage, there i- n Strictly Inland Route from Florida. nuts lIaralltl't'llll1 to tit

icon suspicion directed against sornu pai- j It. G. l\lcQU ['!"l'Y
] "Hii NEW AND IICQAST "'I'F.un."FLORJDA ,
ties", but up to this hour tllt'hn'c I

t certain ptrlolalion not been captured. Capt. Maliwz Merchant Tailor,

of elec- j I was both M.'ison and Od i }'l'llow.f, : C EN'1'1:1: STUEET1"tii11llliliILt

lie train at Madi- good standing and a member of the !' Flat

piisoners and fire company. lie Mr'd a* a privatein j CA1'T. OEO. II. VTHITE8IDK3, -- --- ---- ,47-lf.- _

the Confederate Auny and was a "\ rILt lo.vp }''/JIAII.1in" for Hivamiili very Fernandina Institute
kty witnesses ,IOSI\Y Hill vat DAY morn me.coi,n.ctiinjKtoimiern
Boldiir tried and faithlul. with fur New Yolk uu 1UI>>I>.\Y lOud -E'tIt-
jgn back Later.-The murderer of Miguel 5ATL'iLDAY.

'' axamilaiticnlarR- Martinez was captured yesterday and | Close oonno tion with all j>oiiil. on Ihe Transit YOUNG J ADIE .
llallr,r Ijinpa, K y Wcbl. Jlivnua -
is row in jail. I mid New OrleiaiB.AUo .
The Principal is now ready fur the re-
lawless and From the Fenwicola Advance. I with"temnpr Flora for St.Mary's River and repti.in of pupils in the highest
with KtocmiT for Ellto'rpl Mellonvllle and Intermediate -
Lich then l'en,:acola has in the past three I landings on the upper St. Jiilinn. branches ol'

i years grown from a mere clnpher to i Ontng South, arrive at Fornin ny a paa- among the most important guano NKSlJ..1.and ATURU)\Y.

L) hole: j! ports of the country. This year the j Thin steamer wa built exrr''I'sty for thm route, A ltuiltling with rooms for Chemical and
I and u uiioquil.tti for peed, jiismngiT uccommo,la- Philosophical app.iraliH will he secured so
I'' iirted and business has started earlier than usu-1 tions and freight fiicilities.
soon us the number of pupils in the nduictil -
oa 'ayeq al. Time Ella M. Storer has just discharged j I Through tti>ket to New York, and staternomdlII't.url'd ,. clashes will warrant the outlay.
.1 and the brig Mal at office ol- hhould be made
I! cargo, W. B. THOMSON, Agent, Application to
Norwood and Schooner Mig- Jo"1 nondlo.A.. MISS E. P. BKOWXn.
In addition H 1:, (,II UISTI AN, Soliciting Agent. 50 tf 1:.-t r. Firnnndina. FU.
; 1)'e now oliloading. -- - ,
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this we notice that the schooners z-iTNG-s Iasi F. GBIFKIN, SToaT B. LHD,

\I. Burnliam, Willey, and others I .
Florida 1 TropicsCuriosity ./ .
jse name we cannot recall are j

at for mr pott, and there me I Store, PrD tw ry'J-"ftJ) l. [ !{- S

qd 1: qI |ny snore to follow with simiireights. Corner Fourth and Centre StsFEltXANDINA __, _i:_ 'J r-{ \ I_
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: !+y 'fo Capt. W. I). Chip- FLA. -e.-__

in the main, is 1'eimcol.i indebt- PAHT G2AFTON & LAID
4I Kl'I'IH'onstmll on hand a large supply o;f ,
the inauguration of this enter- Attorney*.at-Law and Kullfitor of American

[which is fast assuming compropoition I Dress Trimmings and foreign Patent.

ng; ?. I and Faiicy Notions. 412 FIFTH STREET, WASIIING: :O\D.h.
"I \criCE law in all fta branches the
) patent
kstoreoflr. W. A. D'Alem-1, St-ttkmery, etc.SEVERALTWOUSAND. 1 Intent office, and in the Supn'me and Circuit
.1 be seen a stalk of sugar t ourt-of the United sutiii. Pamphlet cent free on
receipt of stamp for piwlHpf. 41-te
ACRES
trine -leven fi et in length, I I -,

thirty-one joints, and not lliRh, lolling, Rich HAMMOCK LAND, I RICE PUfHATION FOR
four or five of' these, nearend situated one mile trout steamboat laiutin;:

but whs x'fHBto>, amid on Orange I ake. Jlearwl and fenced. S[>eei.illy The : .i ,
I VA
r to Orange and Yr c'llIll! g -.-
adapted
wJit'ii
and r I Itiver.pi
as a a per- on th> all) .I :fy
I l>Mty, Tins cane was raised rowing. Just the place fur large colonies., I fro' I. ".'Trew's Sound, axe ullereI
Not visited by Irosts. In quantities to suit
3 3h lchico1a by the father-in-law "I sa cry low rates :
purchasers
NE 111CU PLANTATION Containing
-
'0. Stephen, the latter of I (
I
pp 518 acres. 160 acres under bank The
F ljui-t returned from that FOR. SALE.' I improvements consist of a Urge barn and

I I, laborers' huees, nil in oCd repiir.
Also a two hundred ere plantation situated i
ii iir I
ONE HK'E PLANTATION,
known
gems I immediately on Orange Luke, contain,. I M.ul1h'y
*
l ous.ind dollar fire occur- the Place containing 150: acres,

Y [ York city on the morn- i i gOBAN I 50 acres under cultivation this year.
TREES ONE HU'E PLANTATION known as
(iE
(.h inst The fire originfactory. I "Memphred's Island," 470 acres. Splendid

neer I beginning to tifiir Sawmill nnd buildings I' Mill si ic.
COTTON PL.
Undr Ii'm.c. find 1'11rl1c1"U"Nl Ailaptet i l ng cobins
422 This
6
? acres pls a
? ea-cake 'iistttdastria to fruit and vegetable irrowinjr. This placiw
e
n bou
; aria dwelling *e.
Igihq rvdq the hti-ambo landing for a large sect io
t on Tuesday last. of rich l.trmipc country, rendering it a fsoralile II For further particulars address,
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ifriu, w 5nsytre killed and aetf \. location for the estaML-hment of:\ JNO. \\I1ITNEY,
| Fornandina Fla.
bus-ine. Address,
i i profitable I
t : The damage togreat. JNO. A. WHITNEY,
-L: tirn Office t'l'1"nmdinExprcs*. II. o. MITE:"

.. I Fernaiulina. Florid.In .- I
--- FASCY BREAD ASD CAKE
dl 1"s" ,11 tax receipts issued.jladlphia Oirtnit Court of Florida, Fonrll I

i' rvY1rlt >' the He- i Judicial Circuit, >Ilssan Comity.J .

I l'e paid 1:23.468 50 j J W I1.LIAM L."LAKE, ) : BAKERYCoruer
"HS| 'I vs. \Bill for Divorce .
a LOCISA. LAKE. ) I
I Third and 'Broome St .,
(orpoite Mansion
TT/IIEREAS, it has been made to ar.i
Ilouae Fcrnnndinv
) Fla.
u y yIrf ,, 1 pear by affidavit, filed in said cisc", :
that the defendant, Louisa I. Lake live
Irf ;I'' out of the State of Florida to-w it: at Os! Please call and give me a trial

St I ?au< urated tor Vepo, in the State of New York. Now 01.1 1>RIXO your lob Work right in. We make 'I'e-
tbl1h. Ga., ->n application it is ordered that the said de- Jj ctalty of roBtein. Dodgers, Cards,etcof -
I lendint do appear and answer the complaint
:-; .I'h".f3tOf7.?.R'OFGI''rtI
is said ,
I premony filed in this case on or before th" 2..c.1.OVer J 00 latest l> .
r- nivpressive and first Monday in December 1880, or th e .la AI t.. a.Sawt7G Saskie..aad .. _
as, same will be taken w confessed. I
; Wt ugural addressin C. W. MAXWELL, t .=':-. '"u'\ !!aadSorsifneLa'ItearM.ii ,.. .
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a more Pros I Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Conntr.Fexnandina ti.c to !CCI tq.a C t x I: i qtw ,
Lever before. Fla., August 10,1SSO.In 1. : M4s-a .,y tsta.us .1aL
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Fernandina! Express.SATURDAY the annoyange of all within reachof boys are not only proficient in ?

their stentorian<'el. drill, but are also experts in the n

SOVEMBER 13. SSO. 1j j -For the present, work has ceased graceful art of contributing to iRtml

--- the wharves pleasure of their guests.
- - -- - on new along our water
Subscription Price:
One copy, one )'ear.ln advance,...............?iOO front. This is to loe regretted, as this For .sheriff.
One copy.six months in advance.... ......... 1.00 .RditQr RJ'pre. : \\i' e respect : ullvi
is of the much needed
One copy three months in ..haneo............ ,5o one improvements -
The X will be placed on the subscriber's paper I. propose to the voters of the county
of the town. hw
three consecutive. numbers bolore the nubjcriplion the name ot P. Kelly for the otl'n '

expire* I The Three Cent Counteris Sheriff Nassau county.

Rate of \d\'ertbln:;: : at Paul Fnn.vc's X l'Y ork Store.Among Many Cilin-.
One square oil lines or lens one insertion-sl.Ott ,
Each ....0111 I<,nallnllt'rtion.......... ........... .:\<) the the it wt'en
-engcrs by -\CLb would call the attentti-.i <>(
A liberaldcUuUlun from the above niter will be I
mjidewithib. lie who ad\"CtI ty the nunrttr eix Westoin Text this wl't'k"t', had the street committee t:, the condition
month or year. j
every Editorial in.-er Xotice on. five cent per line for e.ch and t the pleasure t>f meeting. Mr. James of the side walk on the south side ?l 15

Uonovtr, of Brunswick, th., who has Centre street, near the railroad depot.In .

ISotlce. been spending a few weeks in New wet weather, and we have had no $t3S-
The forms of the FKEIA< other kind for month it is
York. a past,
will
tm Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Advertisers
please take notice and ttovern them elvcnccordneljflaHonle. < absolutely impassible, pedestrians RetorclSnreadl
The Daily Life 0
preferring tc take the middle ot the rill the
said to be an established fact. LiveOak

regular communication of Amelia Ixxlse. i. 5* n small town, but Brother street. This is an inn ortmt thoroughfare 1,4orsSee lilt'
o. 47. F. a A. M, will he held on 1"nI"J'l'niDI1 ,
AA :. Xov. 15th at 7:30 o'clock sharp. McA'ii i... n man of large ideas. and should elicit attention. seto- KcciU
Transient brethren frternUInnte,}
are fill Conly tse. t
to attf nd. W. F. SCOTT 'W. M. We \\ Mi hip enterprise all m.inner -Our esteemed young trend, )Ir.v. 3t)9 ,
Jso. A. WfIT sty, Sec. s.tf :
of \UCCl'S. \ B. Tucker will take unto himselfa and nook

NASSAt CIUPTEU. U3, R. A. M., i iReirolnr The Tunmpli Shirt, better half on Monday next. lie ,, 7Sj tin!"Oct.site Ian I ]

meeting October 14th at 7L o'dOl'III Superior in qmlity and style for *1 leaves for Arredondo, the residence i Square (inlr
Transient Companions fmtermlly invited to attend
( only, worth :> at 'o{ the brideon Wednesday, and is :c- .Case.Il'll.1), only fro.,

I PAUL Fl' "a's Xirvv YnnK STOKE.Dr. i
\ the good wishes oft
companied by
Po.l Office Hour I I and fully g u.

Office Ilonrx-From 8:00 A. M. to fi.00 p. E. S. Carew, Arredondo, large host of friends May unalloyed I I We pay twig
Orders and Ho isteipd Letters tivelv the best
M. Money spent a few days in town this week. happiness east its halo around their : mistake aboul
from 8.00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M. ; and from 2.00p. t
M. to 3:SO p. M. Sundays from 10.30 to The Doctor is one of Arredondo's young lives, and may peace and plenty Imll'IlInpctitinIIi.r

11:30 A. M. and 3.30 to 4.30 p. 3!. farmers who experimented with ricethi't I attend them to the end of theirdays. I i Addres Fall LI Prices DDJMus'u
ARRIVAL ASD tEP\RTCRK OF THE un.s.I .
and that rice is the Mi 'use Sa
A'ortfarn J//S-Arrives daily at lOa A 1[. year says i

Clos's" ; :OO I' M. coming crop., Housekeepers HousekeepersKCan Holhfw HAre
Southern i/ -Arrives 3:30 A .(. '
Closes 10:00 A I.St. -Capt.V'. A. S.uiborn arrived on get more Furniture, Bedding, \> u ,I'sturll

Nary't and Trader's llt1l JflIl- the Western Texas this weekand, \YoOth:1I1111 Till-\\ are, Crockery and crying of your wall rest *!>III"y n e.>

Arrives Tucd'snll, Fridays at 2:30 p M. as usual will spend the winter with Stove for their money than elsewhere sin' 1.1 I h' It ..
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00 A M. in the South, at !IlSOittt. .1 lli,'" 1C1
us. The Captain's return South is I r .
iSf. J/rtryX Ga., only- C. O. Livixr.sToVs j \ :n' nI
looked forward to with pleasant anticipations Jacksonville Fit. I I suffen IItU1\l" rti
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8.W A. M. .
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. by his many triends.Eitutor -- -- I there is tin IIIMI"Ii'm..d.
KKSTAUIIAM'. | .. r "n I' it n 1I \
Wedn'sdays and S.U'days tt.OO A. M.
Closes Tuesdays and Wednesdays, I Beer always on hau.l11,1 James Cook 'Proprietor, who will net, t,'omother

Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. r arriving by every steamer at M.COM1 STREET on roST-OFtlfE. I reg date: Ih, ht w "t.
iini! r,-lu" ioperatinir \]
SAMCEI T. RIDDELL. P. M.Churcli I llammerly's.The OT5TKB BILL or fiRI.Oysters like m-vs

on Iialt shell . . .. . . .2:> Cent t to use in nil < .si III
difficulty experienced by pl.lill..2.: l and L the pn ->': ij>- .u
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HIreetory.rRESlSYrEUIAS. ..
mill families in moderate with milk.J. .
obtaining > Ullll>l si ||III : :11" ,
I ISoston slew . . . . . .:'."> I thl'lhlh'I": "., ,
sized houses houd iiuliiee
Rev, J. II. Miero, n.n., P'L tor. Services at 11 : dwelling rn1sh..l. . .. . .. . .. . .:i,) .. cents ii but tie.
a. m.and H p. m. Suii-lnj-HChnol 9:15 a. m. Fryer capitalists tit build cottages. An investment .. broiled .JK) .,
:Meeting Thur day, 8 p. in. :itaIlWU and cituens ,. :-. ..
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French All
fry \ M i
are cordially mii.ed. i iEPISCOl'.AL. of this kind, we are convinced . . . .:it) .. .
I Clllup"I1. . . I nave u. in n :,1 i'nr
would py at least 10 per to frtt'il .W) the use ..r tin. Iii K
It at 4 p. m. PumUv school 3::)0 p. m. We.k- : cent. soup, one bowl. .l;) tried nc:u'U \i'I' nIl
day service Fndiy. p. m. ti.,.a" free. Strangersand )[r. James ('"..Ii is /I will known raterrr Yours H tih' IM--.I thing
otk* re are cordially I invited to attend.CATHOLIC. -The T.ill.ihas-fe Florullmi publishers anal we can cheerfully rernnimeml his ever saw It dottl|

houjeto the traveling 1)nllie.Notice. .(..it'k.
Rev. J. F. O'Bovle, Po"'nr. ."uicm at Oil Town the jireiniuni hot of the third MR.
-Ma at 8 a. m. At New Town-Hivh M,."t. an.1 '
s..rmnn,10:3"a.mC8t"c" p.m.Ve,+,7:10 p.m annual fair to he held at Tallahassee I'roprieiSt

METHODIST El'IstOPAL.Kev. under the auspices of the Middle Bids will be received the office r>f the y
AtVinn, Fr-tor. Servtoew it 11 n. m. and City Clerk until noon of the IGlIi lay of MTKIt, 4
'inzaiSu'otik.Hey..30 p. m. Piajer. )Ie,'::ni! every NVeJne day even- I' Florida Agricultural and Mechanical Noyeinlier, IHO.li.r the purpose of city i I Mot W IF. B." ietrr ,

n tP i'InT. I Association, on Monday. January scrip to the amount tl $.fiuO. Cash l>t.ir SirIt tiV'S
n. M. King I'astor. Services on the first and awards will be made to the bidder olTt ring I attest t.. the ..t1i'W/1
second Sundays In each m ,nth, at 11 a. m. add 7:3U 10th, 1881. to take the least amount of csnh S100 in tI from vii ii h.Ila\/
p. m. Sunday-uchuol at.1:3o p. m. I Hoots! scrip. No bid for a less amount than S100 1 I ci>mplish< 1 i-\ ,TVthctu
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SholIpllt'r.*
COLORED CIIL'KCHEP. i
in crip will be ,'nh'r'aim'.J. Council reserves :mil! I hat

Faitnr.Trinity Service McttMilttt al Epittupnt.-Rev.11 a. in., 4 i>. m.J.and O.7:30 Howard p. m. I Great reduction in prices which the ri hl to reject any and all bi>ls.H'uls I neighbors Please
SIIf' aY'lehool9 a.m. 1'iajcr Merlins Wednesday, tidy competion at should be addressed to th- City ('U-rk for us. a my tart
at 7 o'cloi k. I PAUL FU.\KK' NEW YORK SIOKK.Mr. and endorsed "Proposal for Sale of Scrip." \ our,
friran Mrthodat F.J""t'npnl.R..v.. E..T. Brookens I By order of city council.
I'altor. l-prrlCfH 9am.at 11 n.I'rmiT ir.. 3 Meeting p m.and Wednesday"::(0 p. m.Sundayschool I William Lawtey cleared on \V. F. WOOD. JI:., City Clerk. For !sal bv J

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at 7 o'clock. i Thursday last the German Lark
i Diip- ) (l\ Nov. 1 1S79.
First Baptttt. .John All-tt-n,I'ftlltlr. services I h'os. Manyhave
At 11 a. m., J p. m. and 7'3O p. in. unday-rclioul pel, Capt Khotl; fur Queenstown for DIt. f'. J. MOFFKTT-Deur Sir-\V'e hare been tried, 1
9 a. m.. Prayer iffetirj Wednesday. at 7 o'clock. I been ham1liug Teelhina several years
orderswith feet of results 1\1'
SttonJ Rap/tot.-Hev. Levin Cook. Fbstor Sr Ices 374,000 pitch and the demand increases as the article py as
at 11 a. in., a p. ,n. nn.t 7::M P. m. Sun'lajchooIBa. suul Iiinipi-r
m. Prayer :Meeting \\oinesday, nt 7 pine lumber'alu,1, at f 5,200. The becomes introduced and i-t known. Our any deranjre
.'clnck. I: sales average from two to three gross per
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cargo was luriii eil by C-ul. J. C. dor. Gravel, PI
months. \Ve believe bat your Teethina
IJccdV mill ol this TItthin.Powd'r will become I or It Ip. getlivve
city. I ( ) eventually ,gi
TOWN TALIt. __ 1 I, To a stand.ird and indispensable article, for in ;i youpublic fur
Hoarders.
---- ------- i no single instance hag it failed to give satisfattion. -
I : corstauvertis'
-Mr. Gco. IJimiMdo, formerly of I There his been left at this office I No complaint his ever ben '
bill mide to us, hence we conclude it does all
the Jfirror is in town. I IXinetytln' a .due payable in boird at of ]
II claim for Me ii 1"lIIlIl1tI.ceclI
:I oiuol you it n I,
I our leading boarding houses ofj
I. lifNT KA.NkIN & L.\ [.\J!, DniJTtflStS.For .
passengers arrived which will be li-pnsed of at :e sale by J. L. Hay, Fernandina, Fla. 1 f-

01 \Vesteru'i'exts this week. bargain. Apply to the editor 51-3t I
I La t'lor de Chambas.

-The Cedar Key oysters arc very -The shipment of orange* has I Half dime cigar is the only gillll'orll..1 I y

fairly started and will attain the dig- ine Havana filled 5.C
fine this season, anti are plentiful in '.,t r'r
the market. nity of a "boom." Although the
orange crop is small this season, yet lions, this cigar is free froit t ,

The Throe Cent Counter the number of young trees Doming ions tlavormgs : injiinouj

i* nt Paul Fnnku's New York Store {'I'''. It improve with age
i i I! into bearing this year will probably others deteriorate.A .

-Eggs are scarce at thirty five bring the crop fully up to last year's.We trial will convincerits.
I
cents per dozen liens should take *n,' .
I learn that the Temper,: nee
advantage of this fact.lion. I The Flower ol May t
Society organized in this city by the I obtained at A. BOiTEL'titA1:5TusE t

P. P. Bishop is making arrangements .i llev. J. Atkins i* accomplishing a I on ('enter st

to pack his oranges at ,!I I good work. A large number have I t

this place again this yoar. joined, and many young members "onietlaitttew I'liileiA
I new era is u.iuum.' upo
-The Tallahassee Floridian has have been led from the piths oftl'IllP- i woman. Hitherto.' hem cti st 4ii!

tation. All honor to the j 1 stitTi the ills of m:miiin discontinued its good cause.'ew '
sctai-weekly publication -
The _
sides frequent anti '.tr
but is still the best weekly in i > Fall and tVint <>r Good I nlarities peculiar to her ->ex :!' !x

the State. II Paul Funke's New York store r.f- been to her the "direful prine* t
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i nn m bert't 1. In tht mansion of'
fers Its stock of .
i large Clothing DryI und in the hovel of property ;ali
Fall and Winter Goods j Goods Boots and Shoes at '
I I strictly has been the constant yet p"UeT1
at New York cost, at Paul Funke's New York cost His new supplies by J lor a thousand ills unknown. t"

New York Store.Sportsmen: i j every steamer will guarantee a : these without u rt'lIlcdy.I.
superior 4t
selection.I lonz' in the agony of her von
AJjf enjoying fine i cried Hut now the hour of her

I port in this vicinity. Quails are I -Our foreman, )Ir. T. W. Gnr, Lion Ir..J.is Bradford's coma She Female will suffer ilegnla noi '
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-- plentiful, and ducks are being killed leaves this morning for a short trip ; man' H si ..I'ricndmlllie' reI' ;;I

in large numbers.A i to Cedar Key.: \\'e cormm-nd him cur all di.t.;LStt r"'IIIiu >i> tonne) 1.t .
I, > nnd be convinced, Jno 1. Cia
great many strangers are already to the attention of our friends along j -- - y

making their appearance on the road, ami tl ust he will accomplish Read what (:en. G. T. Trl' e

our streets. Like birds of passage, a J.tloJ"ork for the EXPRESS. t says: S3.Xi .
:M> ssas. Htrtcnrssojr & n
they are seeking a warmer clime. j Do hesitate to give him your subscriptions. .. men-I have been a pre; t
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neuralgia the attacks la. tin /:
-The oldest inhabitant does not -
I had tried every known reo i
remember having seen so much rain Urnmntle.I being relieved. In my last at j

at this season of the year. The sun I Prof. J. T. Rivers respectfully your "Ncuralgine," and in AI i '
was perfectly curetl It i a] w.t :
has 8c31'celyhown itsell for week i announces that he is prepared to arrange |110 know that I hare at Iewt a

Aew Attraction! i! with Societies and Amateur I 1 controls* this p..mlul disease
recommend it
cheerfully to i
The three cent counter at Paul clubs for the production of Drama, us I do. O.TAthnti. i ri

Funke's New York Store. i Faac Sketches Tabk-anx Vivanta \pri118, '79. ClJi
i For sale by J L. Clay, FeJ
-The exchange thief is beyond I etc. He will also take Measure in -

question the bet noir of an editor's | introducing his great moral drama, I TCsKEGEE. ALI \ ,..
flit C. J. Nz'x
existence. We have set a trap and I "The Outcast, or Fallen and He- i to you demands MoFYETr-Dee that I lioif '

will catch the next fellow who comes claimed." t experience wilh yoiu excr ?
Teethina. Our little gil -; ,, pw, t
along. I For terms etc, a-Wre : months old has had mncJf <5 < w

-Mr. J. B. Aiken, of Franklin N. PROF. J. T. RIVERS, Every remedy was exli. ,

H. old habitneof Fernandina and Duyal House, Baldwin, Fla. prescriptions from our 1
an .: Her bowels eontinae.1 ) ; It

well known to many of our citizens I' -Tlie ball g'veil by the NassiuLiglrt blood, and burning frJtUya
At a time. Herlifpaire
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arrived on the Western Texas this I Artillery at their armory oni l of. Her moth = r:

week. i Monday evening last, was a most Teethina and in a dll'a. ; ';i.
great change-new i
'-Street corner politicians find j brilliant Hiceeand we hope was bowels were nearly rj ; ;,

their employment gone, and no loneget Teethina the link l>j 4II
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: : -Mail.'Ar'v. STATIONS. -i\Mile -
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a,b %'. IUu<1,. ,11:lfI!II::'"' RuM.',..ooJ.... 5:-!" 5I :--':!
......i 12:1 li 12:17! IIt'r Creek.. 63,5 1i:2'1
':!.......\.12::\4I 12rin Kron I .... ,.....I 1:-!5r;' 1:4li# ,Archer, ...... 7:.iJ 8:110 c
.... .. 2fi9' 2l'l !'llntffi...... .. 8:17 MIII
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Jcv 2:48;! : ;.WiiArncdoiMK., 8:3.
.*.... .. s-lli Uuliiwi._.. 8:"':.! b:0i t ,
CLOTHI NC, ....... 3:111 3:17' 5:21i Waldo........ 9.5 lo.ini !
.loD... . 3-$4l ;'::14. 'Tnurnt n..... l0:ot F' ill 1
.... .... :i::.lil| 4Staikr.! ......, 10:4C' 1:43'
'i'lu.. 4:51,6:04], : ; Tcmi..... ".' 10:4$ lo.v
DRY ", ,.. 5:34, r.- >6' Lnwt).. ..'ll.'O!< 11:14: !
.. ... 5:401 r:4l' M. xvMe......#Ill'.S'1 11:51 d ,..
ItEW ,.",.. ..... 5.-.W 6.1'q'Ba'J '"tn...... /I12:2i iwi -
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-'r Creek. 740' 7Soj! ,hanahnn..I j 1V> 2:<>0 II
ewoo Key,. .. 9.iOI'.M.1: |-.nnndin..1| (:40 I>.M.


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FIItNAS17tNA.-STIt. KLOKKN'CK. AND nEALEH INscrc
IIIItEMthat
Having just Brunswick and all points North and
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u a largr told well ... .... .... ............ ............... ...Daily. >:: V" fr4 S
Hr-nuwl.-k and all poinlf North ana ,
NSTANTATES. cost I inn ' ................ ...... ................. .I ..ilvSTKAMEKS Booking utensils of all kinds. .

prices which will CITY 1'OINT. LIFT AND FORCE .
Savannah and ChnrluHton..........Tuurnday PUMPS
lifwlonarlcm.Miop .. .. ...........FndaySTKAMKI1 And \\'roug-ht.lwn Pipes.

and Defy MAYFLOWER. Driving Wells
a Specialty
Every bodyINTENT. St. Marva River Landings Wednesday Fii-
and !-lunda, JJroome St., above bi'cond,
St. Marys River Landings Sunday Tuesday .
FEKNANPIXA: FLORIDA.

wit and Side (;rl'at HAI.DWI.V.-FLORIDA CENTRAL R. It. 15 f.M1
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... .........................6:2a.. m., lOS p. m. -- -----
/UT IT. It wIO ALPACA AND Jackl'On'.illc.1..l1lthlls..... and Live Oak,
this, and iU rricB ........ ...... .... . ....6:45 B. m., 1 and 6 p. m.
.fiOc.and L'IJUU
AT GAINESVILLE. R. HoflUerson.Vanufarfuriny
.'Line fur Ocala and Tamp.i, arrive Monday,
e R. I. I J1 st Wixlmmdav and Fnday. .
Line for Icala and. Tampa, leave* Tuesday,
Propriotors.Sale1* Thursday and Situiduy.

5 TO 6 CEDAR KEY.-FLORIDA & HAVANA and FumiMng

-- -I s. H. co's STEAMER:*.

..A.J:1IE] Key West and Havana ariving Monday \VcdnuKiluy UNDERTAKER .
mid !-'I ida).
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Best Key West and Havana departing Tuesdayand

Saturday. FIFTH BTREET.Fcrnandina.
New Orleans,arriving and dupartmir..S.iturdiiyfl
10 CTS
STKAMKU T. J. COCIIRAN.

Manatee and "mpa..Tu..d.y. .. &. Saturday. Fla.
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f : SUPEh1NTENEST'S OFFICE ) .
r i WHOl( SA\ANN AU. Mar. 13,1&\0. j

\ AND .A"'TEH UNIAY. Mir. 14th

.l'assenger Trains on this Road will run

follows:

All otiior &: NIGHT EXPRESS.
Savannah daily at 4:30 p Inrrivc
METALLIC; CASES.
PRICES at Jr!'sup daily at 7:00 p m

\'e at Thomnsviile daily at Q-2 n mrm'e \\.oodell Collins awl Caskets,

at Bainbridgv daily at 9.40 a m \V Mite Metal anti Silver 1'Ialeil .
h the "I1(1Orltdo"Arredondo
as at. Albany daily tit 10.25 a m '
AlnchtiafoTiMil ut Live Oak daily at 2:00 :i m 1'rimnliri':s,

at Tallahassee d.iilvnt 7.00 a m CONSTANTLY ON 12AND

PAUL ; \'elt Jackstmx daily at ;:5U 11II Bodies W:.!ohl'1 :tll'. ihvj>! eil, jimlPreserved ,
Tallahassee daily ut C:00 p m
\' Jacksonville daily at .1:30 p m until Burial, with rr

NEW \" Live Oak daily at 11:15 p m without tIt.lI..t' of Ice.exliunieil .

I I Albany daily at 4:00 p in Hl'maills awl Place ii.Cadi's .
Bainbridge daily at 4:00 p m
for removal.Tetirrniliir
: \' Thoma!>\me daily at 7:35>> p in .

i tieO ; \' jcssnp dailYlt (50 ti m.I'ri"e | orders prqniptlr'ATTENDED '
I at Savannah daily at !IOlln inNo 'TO j -
'the owner having be- I change cars between Savannah and .
28 t f.
= tat : \' and Savannah and Albany.
1 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily he-
uth, Range 19 East, S
\" ' Savannah and Jacksonville. TACKONVILLETRNSACOLAW

prisinj 300 acres : I Sleeping: cars run through to and from AXD MOUILK KULKOID-

"of Seclion 14 and Albany. MAsrrn TRxroiiTtiiii. Orricc. I
Manufactured The elegant Sleeping and Parlor Coach- Tl.lAHisFiK, FLA., hvb. 3. 1580. (

Tra YLIC : \IL. and Jacksonville, without
Ziff. FaMtnytr Train-Enttfrn Bound -Daily.Lrate .

IMMEDIATE : Passengers from Savannah for F-rnan- 44 Quinry\hooch..2.322pm 0(1 pm >

IANE TCCnK ( Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this Arrive at .s.e..6 Oi p m
Acres nively used liy all I*.ve T&lahaawe.fi 4R p m
\ I'a Leave Nohti'ello. .
Europe and IIII'ml
l'I1'S<'lIgCrs for Darien take this train. 'n.p Orrnvlp...8 IS p m
Academy of Pa/is Passengers from Savannah for Bruns Lca"r.ladl.oll. ..... ........... ......9 CR p m
100 cases within t ke this train at liruns- Arrive Live .3 IS a mHt
\ Secret.-The arriving .. SuVAiiiiali........ . ..........9 IS IK
6.00a.m. ..
at Tlinmas' 6 55 a ro
nnd alluvial, i ous Uric Acii Passengers leaving Macon at 7:15 a. m. HtAlb.ny 10J* raIfHvr
lie forest land, Rheumatic tad daily icl'tling Sunday) connect at JcsMip Late ('t.y..3 36 a m
Arrive 8 iltlwin .
at 6vi a m
iter. Curetl. CUI' this train for Florida. Arrrvc at J..cka.vitle........... .......75C a m
II. S. Dewev : Passengers from Florida l>y this train Arrive FvrnuiKluiu....S 40 p m
flaniiuiitory (connect .l -SSlln with train arriving in nt iHinenTilIn.604 p m
T. Leavy, Esq !. at (5:23 l). m. (daily incl'dingSumlay) at Cuitiw Keys. 30 P 111ra&IM'

spoliation I Chronic. (' I Connect at Albany with Passenger trains 7'"fIIInut B/JUftll-D.'y.
1 Leave Jacknonvtl'e.530 m
Mrs E. ways on Southwestern Railroad to i.t'ave .FtTDit'idin. ..................10 JW pm
(chalky from :Macon, Eufaula, Montgomery, Leave Oainesville..9 02 a ra
Ihl'nlnat1,11E New Orleans, etc. Leave Cedar Keys .4 30 a m
I Mail leaves Leave !<">Id..in. 7 00. m
jlroad, connectingharleslon A. M. Prager steamer Bainbridge for Apa- Leave Luke .940pm
New scv City Chronic ; every Sunday and Thursday eve. Leave Savann 4h..4 3D p m
AYro. E. Arnoll Columbus every Tuesday and Satur- Leave LheOik.215am
it he cultivation oi Providence. 11.1., afternoon. Leave Madison.3 M A m
39
Leave Orpen'fil\e..4 a m
Rheumatism. Close connection nt Jacksonville daily Leave Muntinelln.......... .. .........SOOa m
John F. \ Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine. Pa- Arrive TnHalm.'poe...... ..........700amLenve
I' Club, \ Enterprise and Green Cove Springs TnllahiK5Oe ......... .... .......83Oa m
... P8
.. Leave jumcy a :nAniveHi
all landings on the St John's River. OhattHhtxuhre. .... .. ....n 30 a In _
Turn 'I Trains on B. and A. R. R. leave junction St. Marks Rrflllrh-1'urAtlay., Thuri-liyt, Saturdoyi.Ix'ftUH .
Cisco. west all :37 a. Ill., and for r.runs- T..II..b.uo".9 00 a",
at 4:40 p. m., daily except Sunday. Arrive at .'t. Miurk'a.1015am
al. Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Leave St. Mark'H.11 00 a an
rem, secured at Bren's Ticket Office, Arrive at TallahauHt'............ .....'2 li p m

t'.tip LICA : 22 Hull street, and at Alia tic and Woodruff Lucas 'eeper hetwren Tauihas
and Ja.Xsont on nil ni+ht trains
(ig Railroad Passenger Depot. KIiQAK VU Er, Master Tran.post.'tl.m.F .
18 it ,," ; >ATION TKAINS A TI -

\' I ERN DIVISION. LOll.1HA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
y
any of \ SavannahSundays ex'd at 7:00 a m
u'istn;' I at McIntosh 9:28 a m

IOX. : at Jcssup 12:20 m CIIAJCGK OF CHI ;DULE.
..
"
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free hv j \ Bhckshear .. 2:40 p in OINXAL PrrrEisTFinsT'n Ornci, l
?K YO\'K I \' a Dupont 6:25 p m JACKsofTILLry Oct. 6th 1878. SON
.
4'
i ted)(<|{, \ Duponti II 5.20 a in AND AFTER THIS DATE, TRAINS ON
t will... i \' BlacksUear 9:40 a m road will run a* follow:
II..
\H or ( \ Jessup 12:50 '
p m
I trp McIntosh. .. 4. 3:00 p III MAIL and EXFRESSDaily.)

lfj at Savannah .1 5:40 p m Leave Jarkunntille. ............ .....,'.. 1:30 p.m.
WESTERN DIVISION. Leave Bald..m. ... 7:00 p. JD'
Arrive at Lk City........;.. 9:30 p. m
\y. Dupont Sundays cxM.) at 7:30 a m Leave Live O............a. m
II II1 1 mg. Leave Valdosta 10:02 a m Arrive at TyfiJ> a,. 7:00 a. ra
Iqy I Arrive Ahanr\\. : a. m
ALE It\ 'll.ve Quitman 11121m ArnTcnt Savanna... .. 9K" a. m J
11 I \'e at Thomasvillc o:lOp in Leave Savannah... ..................... 4:30 p. m
II Thomasvillc .. 2:401 m I Leave Albany.......'............ 4:00 p.m
ICI,,!, Camilla .c c. 5:24 p In Leave Tallahassee...................... 6:45 p. m
t I I Leave Live 2:1.1 a. m
\'c at Albany" 7:20 p in I I 'a.el..k..tuy....... .... .............. 3:50.. m
( Leave ... ....
Albany 5:00 a m Leave linldwin 6:10 a. m
I Leave Camilla 7:15 a m I Arrive at Jat-ksouviUe ..... ...... .... .. 7:50 a. m
at Thomasville .. 10:20 a m I On :Mail and Fxpreiw Train Sleeping Cart run
Thomasvillc through to and from Jacksonville and Savannah: also
\ 10:50 a m Lucas Sleeping Cars rut through to and from
N1N Leave Quitman 1:10 p m Jacksonville and Tallahassee

Leave Valdosta 3:15)1 m FEUNAXIIIXA EXPRESS (Daily.)

\ at Dupont 45:45 p u. Lesvelacksoweille..11:15 a. m.
J S. TYSON, Master of Transportation. Arn eIUdwm. :: p.m.
II. S. 1IAINES, Arrive Fernandina.... ..,.... ........... 3:40 p. m.
ap26-tf General Leave Feruandma.....10:*> a. m.
Superintendent.
Leave Baldwin. 1W p. m.
feMrrm - Jacksonville 3:35
r f41M. --- Arrive p. m.
j Wesleyan Female Institute faiwenger for Fernandina and Cedar Key take
...a. C, this train. 2>u tram from Baldwin to Cedar K'y on
i4sp( STACSTOX VIUGIVIA. I Sunday.
lo Connects at Baldwin with A. O. *: W I.T. R. R.
by J. Opens its 31st Session September 20th, I from Cedar Ke)a and Gaineovtlie, at Lake City wit k.
J. 1>. A. 1(. K. K. for Tallahassee, Albany and Sa
.a 18mon): the first Schools for young vannah. mil points Notth and Went : at Jactwn- '
r+t $r r, ladies in the'United States. Climate un vile with St. Johns Jiiver Steamer

surpassed. Surroundings beautiful.-Pu: .1. K.of)1'raU8K1rLitioD.W.rd. (cELROY.Ml1st..r .

#" pils from Seventeen States. AMOXO THE : D.\VIDSOX,
4dy N11 LOWEST TERMS IN THE Uxiox. Surt. #
r # fl e TERMS,;-Board Washing Lights, English "

Latin, French for each half. of the '
Scholastic year.-.S115. I Market Gaden'! !
All extras very low. For OaUdosue, address
Rev. \\ )(. A. UA lUUS. Prcs't,

ect 33-tf Staunton, Virginia. BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'s .

,II'h' yl 5I? i hle Li v ':

I Laths and Lumber. Shl\ IEIEI l 1 hI IDI A!S .: :

aaghly ]" ATHS of the best quality will be deLJ -

livered at Fernandina at from $1.80 to
For sale by dealers Florida.
, and f2.00 per thousand in any quantity.Address. throughout
; r 1'I S. J. TEMPLE Catalogue and price list tree to all appBcanta.

9 J. 35-tt Temple's Mills, nIL AddreoI D. JL FEUT"CO..Detroit, JCGk. '


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