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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 20, 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: VID00005
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135775
lccn - sn 95026710

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..,., TEMPLE OF MS1110N iSTREETY I Our Washington-Letter.From .

&BRO.IIAlIrI'ACTt'ua. our Special Correspondent.


RESPECTFULLY ISFORM\r THE .. AND DEALT RS Ie-- .\* usual after defeat, there is a

LADIES OF FERNANDlrfA AND VICINITY, call from disippointp'i politicians forthe

faking of the Dimocraticpirty. ee
It comes chiefly this time, I t I:

NORWOOD HOUSE, I regret to say, from the South. It isI I tU C-

WHERE SHE WILL CONTINUE TO DO DRESSMAKING i I t'spcchlly unreasonable,coming from tor*

IN THE LATEST STYLES 41-tf i! that source. The party, during its

wl. W. COCKRELL. Jt O. T. Willta. WILIER R. TATI. brief power in Congress, h.o done all here.a3sot .

it could for the States anti people of t;
that section. It has gone !'o far, or part

(Cockrell & Walker,Jaik'onvil.eo aAS:ant ha* shown a disposition to go so far, I ot son

& Counsellors that in the North it has become un sent to

SUtorucijs COOK AND PARLOR STOVES popular. So far as material benefits I j the mtdI
FERNASDIXVFLY.OFFICE HEETERS, RANGERS may be considered in such a case, tempt

adjoining Clerk ofthe Circuit Court's they are all with the Southern Dem- ) militajry
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
WALTER 2. YATES Notary PuMie.Fennnndma ocrats. They have the officers and i atai

,.Oct.9. ISft)-i6-lm. HOOFING AND GUTTERINO.Jiu the Legislatures. In the North, and, abltsoci'
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I am bound to say in fairness, chiefly -
WM. LAKE, received a large con>i-nnient of*tov...: bliml
because of the indiscretions of

Watchmaker '- and Jeweler, THE COOK'S JEWEL !;Sony Southern Democrats, the Democrats W.

J8 appropriately Dlmrd-It is a jew,L are almost every where in a as
Second Street North of San orn & Hojt, bare just
mi. The and offices
received an elegant line of We will not be Undersold.Second ority. profits the
are in the hinds of the other pirty
Street,between Centre and Ash,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, I v3-4o.8.o'.').tf liriiindina. Fla. I The question of .spoil*, however, is ot
Cheap fer Cash.
little consequence. The le-ue of
I) EPA I RING at reasonable vrw?*, and all workgworoDlftd & HOYT Democrats every where, or should
\', ,or money n-funJed. 43-ly ,
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Watches, Jewelry and Clocks WIIOJEut.EGROCERS'' who will bring the country back to a

Constitutional methods, adopt measures ala
to prevent future Federal invasions dou

of Slate houseand re\isea loI its
Ship Clumcllei's. tariff system uhiih rubs the many petit

for the bent.fits of the few. There Jlultu,
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are many things to do besides these. I 'tllfT

A I.\TORTEETH 4 SEA. E.\N JEWELRY Provisions and GroceriesAt The question is, cm this best be donei fill ,rnt lulil
1t ..1"Hj".. on ba"ld.and made to orii'r. 41-1 fH.
i by the Domocralic party 'i I hold till I' tl
TT\ ARTlIUiJ C. FOLD Uottoiu Prices.A .
\\llus. >o
that what that party has don11.1 <

Den.t115 t,. Groceries,- Large block ol- has tiled to do during the list six hta :i liii'i .'

is sufficient that its intentions tiuui v s UI
(.l1b St., IH.I. Centre ami Aliclm.i,) Provisions, y e irs proof i
Cuxkcry ar.t at d l
Then the
FLORIDA. are good. question
FEUNANDIXA, - - Hardware,
Dry Goods, aries, can this party succeed can it error .r seriLitrudie
DR.11. 1 UR.NIr.l ] E elect a President and a Congress 'i a""

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Doors If it cannot its u fulness is over, and (, pet vi 111111

-ornci- Sash, it might as well disband. But a consideration aversithe
Blinds. ;
At Clny'n Drug Store. Paints of tin facts aryl figures of i I"a

Can be at right at re-iJenc onStb Street, . Oils and the i let"lions of 1876 and 1880, shows j cii-U>
between teatie and Ash. Varn ihes. ..
that there is no reason to despair of" .I'J '4
Extremely Low for Cash.
T M. & II. J. BAKER, success. There was no condemnation I Ina'rlai'e. "
Sclll order r.i call id
once or a exam variut- tr tt
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, :re lic'ore IJti-dl'lsin Elsewhere.A2BOIr of the Democratic party at either i
vt IKAT, [ election. In 187t the decision was 1 signs. TI Ittncreai
FERAND1XUAIRSOMILLE - FL.JAS. \. Sec "n-l !>>.. rernamlini, Fla.'AfJGEL& I Ii : bxtlij c,
____ _n i made by an rxtri-cnnstituttonal tribunal -

McWATTERS, FRIEND | for which the Southern Democracy ehtslug

House and Painter was as much responsible as the done by
Sign Carriage ; BVKER3 ASH Northern. In 1880, defeat was lion
-AI. OCalsomlner -
Glazier and Pa- CONFECTIONERScuoirE brought about by demoralization, but hay, t fem.tie .

per Hanger. I the Democrats ol Southern Stat 'P, ( -Jse r

Orders should IKS left at ALVFIIWX & Groceries, Cigars and Tcbacco like Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee L is ycc
TCCKEK'S Carpenter Shop, Fourth Street,
Fernandina Florida. 19tfSTlXVERSONT TOYS AND F.\ 'CY ARTICLES. by their own dissention", probably -

did as much as thoRP of New I bt
Weddings. Entertainments and Picnics 4
furnished at the shortest notice, at ll>ek York d d to produce that demoralization. -

Painter and Carpenter, Button I'iiffn, at"L.VGEL'S The South ha no right to

JiAA'ER complain of the party, and
Special attention given to repiiring
Centre St. opposite old post offlro _Iding.
sure will not long do to.Nevertheless .
Furniture, Buggies, Wagons, Etc. -- -- "
MRS- CLARKE the call fc
AH work in line executed with dis- ,
my "
patch. hop on Fourth Street between chang.' is hcatd, and the 01 lyj Ii'r

Centre and .U l1ua. Fernandina. Fla. 3rd St., Between Centre and Alariiua Sts., which can reply is the Dcmo.J

13-lf._ Congress of the United State
meets in three weeks or so. Oj
Fruit, Vegetables, Confectionary, calendar of the House is the

iMIercliant Tsiilor 4C, &C. 4C 5-tf| bill, which provides for full,

Centre Street. Corner Seventh, gation into existing tariff evj = a

rcrnnndina Tin.W. To Orange Growers and Shippers: !should<< be passed at once] .,

l will be a proposition to pal x -if.

II. GUSHING, E.E.HALL&SON !I that unconstitutional and nil ',

1TEW RAVEN, cog' ;., Federal oflicer for servirneclion '
ry ;
RESIDENT Receive Florida k; t
Oranges on with the election. ,

Commission. propositicT. Oild be lie
PII&TOIIRA4H)3R. ,i WRITE : .;. 4:1-tf: i short, the House and Senate] S ot

ar1 I der Democratic content, she

Photographs VIEWS in in any all part the of Popular the Mate Styles.' CC rDpil[ m ll[ ] @ j I I constantly' and firmly b\ ;;

made to Order. .' ideas during every dayf "
--0-- (Opp.R. R. depot and St'raboat landinf t''c
Fourth 8t,between Centre and Alachna, ing session. ;;
FER.M.NDIS1, - Florida.
FEnSA NA, - . - 1.'lorida.JCEBEEP. .
J1 & E LEDD, Propnetrett. :. ..
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Gen. SchofieM on S(|
-- Rea :onable Cliarg '
W. K. BATJKNIGHT 43-tf. ity ";>. ,
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The Associated P z '
FEfl ANDUTA, FLA., ST. MARY'S RIVER PACKET.STEAMER I'I I give some extracts frr Yl

report of Gen. Scnol $

-I: C E- is 1 *. at West Point, mosj : '.

Beef.The FLORA, voted to the case oil "
And Tennessee Stall-Fed CAPT. RI IIARDSOY,
Will leave Fern n 1ina-verjr MOTDAT and THCUDAT upon whom the alll .
Best- of Meats at 8 a..m. from t EN IRK oTKET DOCK for,' i i committed in Apr t
The Purest of Ice. Trader's Hill., ;i lish some" of his
/10VJTTBT orcjfri fined on short notice.. with I end all Immediate Ian lmj3 on the SU Mary's River After showing t' i'
Vpiomptne!'.and dispatch.. Ii -TKXM3CA<>II. i Through Bills .of-Lading 1| tare of the oc tr
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makes ,
the .r
CON"VER.TSALL FROM SEW YORK by the MALLORY LINE of j; folk 1 "fiti
sTAMERd to all poi.tA on the St.Mmrj'fc
I i treatment of coj| .
WILL NOW COME AND HAVE Close Connection lawful right -.

': '.'iJ JTOUR SOLES SAVED BY t made with the S nr Tort and s.\'RllIlab Bteamen.I I b n.securely w 1%f
Mark all gno-o"Cart of steamer Majiorer Fernandua ,
of the
Flonda. acade
.A:.REYNOLDSRemember I \ ?
I Cood Accommodationsfor I variably bee
the Patviwr*. k.xcarnor-t. and Tourists
the soles yon have been tread- will find ihu a very fttir-tiT tr.p.1W the Mj.-neryis kindness and s .
CaH. grand and alhzatnr .n.i cthr abun
for game are
ing on;can be saved-Cheap and AlflcnWU dant.. For further iafoini.-itioa af ply toW. cial relations {.
Second street between Centre
B. rn01l1' 0'i.
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medicine, 1
I' 11 si girl, just thirteen .
....y bad much trouble teething
remeby was exhausted in shape of

rchase prescriptions from our family physician.
I Her bowels continued to pass off pureblood

and an appro- and burning fever continued for .
days At a time. Her life was almost dig- .
'agh made for drain-
1 paired of. Her mother determined to try

the Treasurer to dis- Teethina, and, in a day or two, there wasa
great change-new life had rclurned-the
on( warrants drawn
yon trowels were nearly regula, and thanks to
Chairman of the Sanitary Teethina, the little babe is now doing well

Yours etc., D. W. lel\ ER 1Ir
Editor & proprietor Tuskcgee (Ala) News
The> following bills were referred

Finance Committee: Dr. Ford, Commissioner's Sale.

''1.00; J. Lange, 18.33; Newton BY virtue'of an order granted by the
)' Judge of Nassau county, Flor-
Bradley, 30.00; John Wilkinson, ida, on the petition of John Owens, execu-
-. I 130.00; Turner Duling $33.33; James tor of the estate of William Wingatc deceased COOK AND PARLOR STOVES

I, the undersigned, Commissioner
Culpepper, 11,00; Henry Holly $1.00; appointed for this purpose, will sell to the HEETERS, RANGERS,
highest bidder, on the 6th day ot December -
Hogarth Williams, $1.00 Dr.
; A. D. 1880, a legal sale day, the following Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
buck $1.00; J. F. Lohmann, $13 .8S; : described lands belonging to said estateof .-

I J. A. Ellermau, $70.00; W. F. Wood, William Win ate deceased, to wit: The ROOFING AND GUTTERING.
-.' W. and J. LotIOn grants, or sections 54
iof Jr., $41.66. : and 55, excepting 200 acres. Also the i Just retched a large consignment of States:
The following bills were ordered John Wingate grant or srction 53, in''
lions township 3, north of range 27 east, con- THE COOK'S JEWEL
on paid: Dr. StarLuck 5.2.00; Turner taining 720 acres more or less all in the

theche Paling, 33.33, -',a3,33, i33.33, $28823 ,- county of Nassau, State of Florida.Pnrchaser's It appropriately tiamid-it li jewel
; to tor titles,
; W. }i'. Wood, Jr., $41.60, $41.66, JOHN pay A. EDWARDS, We will: not be Undersold.Second .

e, w e 1 $41.66; Newton Bradley, t)O.OO, Commissioner. .Street,between Centra and Ash
: v3-40 8,30''J9-U Fernnndma. Fla.
largestupon $30.00; J. Wilkinson, $30.00, $30.00; ..
? SEE]
| J. Lang, $8.33, 8.33; C. A. Haley, LIo.I-' "16l"" 1 sisc
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,ass + $50,00; C. W. Maxwell $3.75; J. F. -ATKING'S- Q R 31

t. Lohmann, 135.00, $130.88, $5.50; .... c t-t arc <; 2SUMtiH

I- ) J Noah White, $1.88 == = UmO

On motion ol Mr. Hoyt, on the A LARGE :NEW SUPPLY = If $ .. OO -

bill of Mr. Haley was allowed $10.00 FALL AND WINTER GOOSD, > | 5 C o l t.

for and $10.00 for -=: Iff c:: -
attor- H
expenses, I:._.. t1I a : '
ey's fees. LADIES' AND CHILDBF581 "4 a\.a C'Yra PI o- MC5 > ..... ..,.. .;.:.:;
T"1 -0 ::;
On motion of Mr. Hoyt. the Mfrr.ial's .- c-. C2 J.t I IO a 8
HOSIERY AND GLOVES, ::z: .., ", ,,
statement of fine account was Q J.t cO" y q
Zephyr Hoods Sacques and Scarfs CcS ( :; Z
ferred to Finance Committee, and r-.0... DD *"
allowed in which ::2 A- Es
J was ten days to
= 0 0 m o
NeckTies Silk Hankerchiefs -0
iiiake up the deficiency. : 0 = J -:

On motion it was ordered that the All the Latest Style
Treasurer's report be not received, FANCY, JEWELRY AND FANCY NOTIONS.
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a- and the matter of apps opt iations be
d i- a investigated by Finance Committee.On .

raltarHal motion of Mr. Hoyt, the matter -
of repairing, done by J. W. How- I

*from the ell was referred to Fire Committee.
i.e ancients
For Sheriff, ,
[ alone Corner Fourth and Alochua Stroeu.
Editor Express: We respectfully IMCI-AILT WITU

of theflight propose to the voters of the county P._ I. COUHTER__ Proprietor.Rew .

of the name of P. Kelly for the office of NEW YORK STEAMERS n

Pi-en richly Sheriff of Nassau county. Goods !

sates, is the Many Citizen TUII II TBI ONLY .

mains of the lIousekeelef8ll1ou..ekeept'fS 11 Strictly Inland Route from Florida. Have lust received from Northern cities

apace in ; Can get more FnrniluitHedding, a large and wclfcl'ct"a8lock of
Wooden and Tin-ware and SPRING and SUMMERCLOTH.

Om3 i Stoves for their money than elsewhere : .

{ in the South, at Suits made neatly promptly and cheaply
fortedfnine C. O. LIVINGSTON'S unit <;uarariteuil to tit.

Jacksonville Fla.A j CAPT. OEO. II. WIHTE8IDES, R. G. McQUITTY

jurningjor Remarkable Result.It WILL leave Feinandina for SiiTannah every i Merchant Tailor
ol this and FRIDAY mornio!:."onnr-ctinll
makes no different how many ptl1 with steamers for New York on TUtSDAY and C E NTH E STREETFerllantliIIa

[pond to the clans, or how much medicine you Irtve SATURDAY.Clow Fla,
the tried, it, is now un established"fact that connection with all point on the Transit '
Js I
German Syrup is the only remedy which RallroKd.and utetimen for Tamp, Key West. Ha\a- _-47-lf.-
and New Orleans.
in thekcnler has given complete satisfaction in severe na
cases of Lung diseases. It is true there arc Also with steamer Flora for St.Mary'i River,and Fernandina Institute.
I with cteompr for Enterprise, Mrllonville and Intermediate -
thousands -Ft lit-
'persona who are predisposed
yet landmge on tbe upper St. John.
to throat and lung aflections, consumption YOUNG LADIES.
I asthma Onlng South amvit at Prrnandioa every WED
hemorrhages severe
] I colds settled on the breast, pneumonia
Is the have This steamer wan built txprnxly for this route The Principal is for the
whooping cough &c.. who no personal i now ready re-
and u uocqunllcd for spend, accommodations
*tec knowledge of Boschee's German Syrup. and freight facilities puKnger ception of pupils in the highest
To sucu would that 50,000 dozen -branches of-
i we say
Through tlekrU to New York, and itate-roomi
ll yP were sold last year without one complaint. secured at office of- English, Musk, French, Drawing, Etc
Consumptives try just one bottle. Regular W. B.THOMSON. A .nt.FerD"ndlna. ,
6ize 75 cents. Sold by all druggists in FIll
H. B. CDRIBTIAN, Soliciting Agent 60 tf A building with rooms fur Chemical and
America. For sale by Jno. L. Clay,
-- -- -- Philosophical apparatus will be secured so
KING'S soon as the number of pupils in the advanced -
MACON, GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
classes will warrant the outlay.
DR. C. J. lOFFE'M'-De Sir-We have Florida I Tropical Application should be made to
Teethina lor several ,
idling years
d wand increases as the article Curiosity Store
13-t f. Fernandina, Fla.
ntroduced and is known. Our and Sts
P Comer Fourth Centre
crage from two to three gross tier FEUNANDINA FLA. D.,1I1. F. Gismos, STOAT B. LADD,
We believe that your Teethina HALBIITE. VAIKI.

g Powders) will eventually become Keep constantly on bund a large supply of Late Commissioner of Patent
ard\sud indispensable article, for ine
instance has it failed to give sat- Dress Trimmingsand gyp)
No complaint has ever b en A 'lIDlI1rSI
o us, hence we conclude it does all Fancy -_ _
m tor It. Mail is bound to succeed Stationery, etc.SEVEMTHOUSANDTCRES. -.-


J. L. Clay, Fernandina, Fla. Attomcys-at-Law and Soliciton of America
arid Foreign Patent
.a Flor dcChambas.line High, Rolling, Rich HAMMOCK LAND,
situated one mile from steamboat landingon
cigar is the only genu- )Il'CTIl'E patent law in all Un branches in the
and fenced. 1
I nke. Cleared
Specially -
filled ci- Orange Tateut Office, and in the Supreme and Circuit
led Havana 5-ccnt
adapted to Orange and Vegetablegrowing. Courln of the United Slates. Pamphlet sent free OD
market. Unlike its ilU la- Just the place for large colonies. receipt of stamp for posing.-.

gar is free from all noxs ,- Not visited by trusts. In quantities to suit

tngs and injurious substanmprovw I purchasers,
with.-a'e, while the FOR SALE. .
tu-riorate. The Follpfivtruj Farms. situated
I f will con'ince1 of its Also A two hundred acre plantation, situated i on theGrentTiyatilirTRiver.from Ib'lUilca

immediately on Orange Lake, containIng ; !i\Andrew's Sound, are SrereJ lor It
ten acres of sale at \ low rates :
beA7OiTEL'S cry
rer May can only
TREESbeginning ing 518 acres 160 acres under banks. The
Center btreet. improvements consist of a large barn and
to bear. Sawmill and buildings. laborers' houses, all in good repair.
G.,T. (TIge) Andersonsays Under fence, and partly cleared. Adaptedto OXE RICE PLANTATION, known as
: fruit and vegetable growing. This placeis the "Ashley Place'' containing 150 acres,
-JNSON & BRO.:-Gentle- the steamboat landing for. large section 50 acres under cultivation this year.
een a great sufferer from of rich farming country, rendering it a favorable ONE RICE PLANTATION, known as
[ttacks lasting for days. I location for the establishment of a "Memphred's Island," 470 acres. Splendidmill

known remedy without profitable business. Address, site. '
rypyn T> my last attack I tried JNO. A. WHITNEY, ONE .COTTON PLANTATION, containing -
I .*'- and in a short time Office Fernandina Express, 422 acres. This place contains a

111 uah 'od,, It It a consolation j Fernandina, Florida large dwelling house. . ,
eat least a remedy that f 1'or further particulars address,
In Circuit Court of Florida, Fourth
i |ul disease, and I: can JXO. A. WHITNEY,
Judicial Circuit Nassau County.
l' it to all who suffer F..rnandln-.

9. Chief of Police.Fernrndina vs. LAEE'l.Bill for Divorce. B. O. S'ftlrtTH;
3y. Fla. LoUISA L

{' t'f I TIT HEREAS it has been made to appear FANCY BREAD AND CAKEBAJEOURY
r i" onder the Sun. t't by affidavit filed in said case

;, g upon the life of that the defendant. LOUISA, Lake lives
i'' been called upon to out ol the State of Florida, to-wit: at Oswego -i
l\ and her own be- i in the State of New York. Now on ,
distressing irreg.application it is ordered that the said defendant I i
sex have do and the court ,'
long appear answer Corner Third and Broom St.., (oppoaita Mansion
pring of woe un. plaint filed in this case on or before the | IIoiiM,) Femandlna Fla.I .
ion of the rich, first Monday in-December, lS80or the I
ty Mike woman : same will be taken ss confessed.
patient victim 1\ C. W MAXWELL | Please call and give me a trial

t,1il, h to Lurd man-and. t Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County. I. .tl'b.83tol7.n.oJ..,....
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bow Fernandina, Pfc 10, 1880.1m {&One 100 latactNonlttea.
I"1 August
I Ia ; .A1 .
a has ah< *wmli-' b.&ApWtO..avth
I ImiuM I4I |)f her redemp \ J. RllLART E !II :

I fer no more foi r ; a.d Sorpkli* ""'
5I bIpI .._
T..O _
I 1, l1 riglnal.t.
Rcgutstor11'I 1 _.
curd .
IAI'I 1\Ierchnllt
I r/be, relied on Uwomen. ; ; Tailor .. it 0.- L ae'_ i a.s.rwtos1.a. '"'t'",
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1'1) iito. t.j Centra Street. Comer Seventh, J
1I L- Clay, agent Fcrnnndlna Fla. I Job Work tight in. W*m Ale a ""pe.
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Fernandina Express. I mending those of our reabers in that ing interests of this county. After f

interesting little need I weeks duration her .,. 1 .w{ a
I city having of an illness ot some I Jha

SATURDAY NOVEMBER K. '8 0. I his professionail Bert ices to his skillful was called to a better world by the
trt':t1 inert. ': Its doctor has K-w Mipe- I decree of Jan ever wise Pro\ulenc a

One copy,one Subscription year in advance.Price.: ..SZ.OO rier, :ts :i surgical III" ,den Capt. Thomas was a brother of Mrs.O. .
Oaecopy..ismoatb... in advance.. IM tist. P. Thackara of this city, and
One copy,three month advance...50 i
The X Till b* placed on the sabacnl>r'f paperIbrM The Three Cent Counter leaves a wife and five children to
oonMratiTe Bomber before the sublet ij>ltoniplret. P
i* at Paul Funke'8 New York Store. mourn his loss. They command the
Bale .c .i4yert".ut -We are ever anxious to fill our sympathies of the entire community.Qultrterly k : '4
Oat r.of 8 Hoes; or lets,one insertion.31.00 . range
Each iqa 141UoMl iwrtion.......... ........... 50 columns with interesting and reliable - --- 'icerlll I I
A liberal deduction from the above rules will be ; clubsFaaces t
mad with U'*a who advert by the quarter, six news item, and therefore, do The fourth quarterly meeting for
months ,
r Editorial aticea fire cents per line for eIch and not hesitate to insert these, the Fernandiua StationI., E. Church etc. II
_. wry insertion. latest : "It has rained almost con
South, commenced yesterday morning I introduce"The
for five weeks." -The
stantly most
Notice. at 11 o'clock. Preaching by ; Otclaimed.
The forms of U, FUMASBISA EXPRFM art closed disagreeable spell ol weather ever
Kev. T.loon>, Presiding Elder. ."
at 1U o'clock. Advertisers will
OB Friday morning "
in Florida. "Did
please take notice and govern themselves afcordinely experienced you There will also be services this evening For tern
ever see such weather?" I
T at 7 o'olock. P.

"a.oule. The Triumph Shirt, .
A regular communication of Amelia Lodge .
Baby Carriages.Christinas
No.47, F. A. Mwill be held on Monday Superior m quality and style tor $1

*evening Transient Dee biethren 13th at are 7SO fraternally o'clock incited abarp. only, worth $-2 atP.UL cometh on apace, and

toattrnd. W. f. SCOTT, W. M. FuMktt's NEW YORK STORK. the average j-ivenile is already beginning
iso. A. WBITHIT,&c. KM On W'edne:
-The number of rusty, seedy, to 'base his calculations on i'
CHAPTER NO. 23, R. A. M., at the residenc'er
NASSAU weather beaten looking individuals, the treasures in store for him. Parents -
Uvular meeting December 16th at 7li o'clort at Arredo
known and lends in search of
Transunt Companions fraternally invited to attend commonly tramp, on our presents- Meaner. Mr. W."q

streets, reorders it lu-cessirj' that our will find a large and elegant assortment '
to Miss Mar
Post Office Hour. efficient ('{) polkc loice should be of toys and articles suitable for city,
Offltt Hour*From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. doubly watchful. Generally these presents to older persons at G. Stark's Dl ',
U. Money Orders and Registered Letters
from 8.00 A.M. to 1:00 p. M. ; and from 2.00 tramps are worthless fellows who corner Centre and Second streets. In On the morning i

r. if. to 3:30 P. M. Sundays from 10:30 to prefer hanging around bar rooms than connection with hi- stock of toys Mr at his home near t
11:30 A. M. and 3:30 to 4:30 p. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS. ]I working on the railroads, anal have Stark has the finest and largest assortment I'httip'rhonlaa, in t

Northern MaX Arrives daily at 10:30 A M. thrown up their poxitions. of Jiuby Carriages ever uxhibitcd his a;:<.

CIOSl'S" 3:00 P M. I I To lio-inlers. in this city. Mr. Stark and
Southern J/a -Arrives 3SO A M. .\ Cough Cold or Si
Closes 10:00.M.. There has been left at this officea his polite clerks will take great pleasure be stopped. Neglect fran .?

& ii iry's and Trader's IhUMail due bill payable in board at in showing these articles to customers. Incurable Lung Dist

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p M. ''I OIIH of our leading boarding houses, ES tion. BIWWN'SBKONl
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00 A)I. which will be disposed of at a -- . nre to give
I Bronchitiia C'nu dis. I atar
St. Jfary't, Ga. only- bargain. Apply to the edit 01. 51-3t Port of rernaiidlim. and Throat iliseoses For

Arrives Mondays and Thursdays -Many of our reade-s* will doubtless Lumber shipments for quarter ending Troches have bivn reromii!
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. sici.iius, and always gi..etion.
Wcdn' and find the communication "Tour- September 30th 1880 : .
days Sat'days 9:00 A.M. They arc not new
Close Tuesdays Wednesdays, *>ist trout Home Coastwise,(feet). . .. . .. . .. . 7,625,000 bavins bet n tested by wit
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. ot great interest. Threi n.fcct). .. . .. .. .. . .. . 1,277,000 use for nearly au entire g
SAMCEL T. RIDDELL. P. 31. The Express is indebted to "Tourist," have attained well meritil

for numcrou exceedingly interesting Total (feet). ... . .. . .:. . .8.!>02.000 the few staple remedies of tj
lie speakers and -sinsri-rs use
the of lumber
Placing \
Church Directory.PRESBYTERIAN. letters from various parts of Europe, average and strengthen the voice ,
at $14 per thousand, we have an five cents a box everywhere.
and take this of
we opportunity expressing _
: D.D.,Pastor. Services 11 aggregate value 0(' $12tC28 for the
Rey 1. II. Mvern at our thanks to our old friend. 15 Mop Organs, hub
L m.and 8 p. m. Sunday-school 9:15 a. m. Prayer
Meeting Thursday,8 p. m. (Strangers and citizensare He has represented Ft-rnandina in a lumber exports of three dull months. na.<. and Cot]
cordially lands and The total shipments for previous 65-Best in the I'. S.
EPISCOPAL. good many foreign we
RT. O. P. TbnckaraPastor gtrticvn at 11 *. m.l'"ra trust will quarter, ending June 30th, were Opt yourBefore
at 4 p. m. 8undn-chool 3:30 p. m. VTe-k- soon return feeling twenty-
send North
day service Friday.4 p. m. Seats free. Strangers live 10,773,780 feet, an excess of you
years younger.Mr. Spread eagle advertisements clii
and cta'M are cordially invite to attend. :
CATHOLIC. 1,871,780 feet, which may be tell the exact truth. Better in.4
Paul Funke's New York
Rev. 3. F. O'Boyle, Pu+tor. f.l\jpl'8 at Old Town attributed to the stringent, less or same prices can be had i
-Kami at 8 a. m. At New Town iIi.'h Mas and store i+ beyond the question of a See these oilersO ROANSsets :
rmon,10.ii::M)A.m;techiHm,4. p.rn;\ssperf.7:30 p.m though necessary a'id commendable Reeds. Sub Bass and Con
doubt of the
one business
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.Ker. : system of quarantine adopted by fill Case Ouly if 5; 9 Stops. 4
J. Alfcimt. Factor.Services 11 a. m. and houses in the city. It is Mr. Funke's : only $59; 7 Stops, 3 sets ReedsJ
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday eveu- Fernandina. The total lumber shipments and Book inc udeil. PLAN
all o'c'uck.
Ini policy to supply his customers with
RAP rIST.Rev. i for the three quarters of 1880, large size. Rich l Rosewood:
H. U. King Pastor. Services on the first and an extra quality of goods at the low- 71j Oct. largest !size, only.
second Sundays In each month at 11 a. m. and 7:3U i ending September 30th, amount to /
Square Grand, extra far
it 3:30 A visit his
p. m. Sunday-school p. m. est possible price. to
COLORED CLfl:ItCIIEB. 26,685,780 feet, of an average valueof disc, only $:!;'jO. Stool s
store will convince even the casual ded. All from old and
Methodist J.
Fishy Ep.ropal.-Rn. O. Howard. ,
Pastor fckmctv at 11 a. m., 4 1>. m. and 7.ill p. in. observer that Mr. Funke means what 400000. and fully guaranteed; 1.
Bandar-school a.m. I'rajcr Meeting Wednesday, --- We pay freight it notlively .
at 7 o'clock. he says.A (COUVCMCAtlD.) the best bargaiij
African Methods Epi&ropaL-R..v. E.T. ItookensPattor. Hymeneal. mistake about this,
Service wt 11 .. m..3pm.and 7:30 p. m. I'owerfuluew engine was received
ln.I*)- chool 9 a.m. Prayer :Meeting Wednesday, AURKDONDO, Nov. 17, 1880. and competition will
at T o'clock. last week from Grant r ilroad for Fall Prices 1881
Pint H />ru(.-Rer.John AIL ton,I'notor. Service Editor Express: The quiet ol our Addres LUDDEN ,
at 11 3". m. and 7:\O p. m. Bund"v- cl1oul works of P.itlerson New Jersey, for little village was disturbed this Music House, !Savan
I a. m.. Prayer Meeting: Wednesday,at 7 o'clock.
the Fernnadina and Jacksonville
Stand B"pti.t.-Ilev. Levin Cook. Punter Services morning by the union in holy wed- Mothers:1Iot1Are
at 11 a. m.,3 p. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sund*>- Railroad. The No I.
weighs* thirtytwo -
..ebnolta. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, at 7 lock of Miss Mamie Burke, of this ycu disturbe]

o'clock. tons, seven huudied pounds with. place, and Mr. W. B. Tucker, olFeinaudina of your rest by a sit
out the tender total crying with the exc
tn-iking u weightof
TOWN TALJI.Thermometer .. at the Kanapaha church, ting teeth If so i
about ,.. She is
fifty ton providedwith ):l'\. E. \\". Meauey officiating, and bottle of MRS. VfiySYRLT.
air brakes and all tile latest improvements It will rJ
had been down to although it was at the early hour of sufferer immali:iteli

40. and promise to be fast. seven o'clock, yet there was quite a there is no mistake al
mother earth -
-The county Commmis! tont-rs -We are pleased to see that the large number of her friends present who will on not tell yoj uij

mot on Wednesday evening last. gentle hint thrown out in the list issue to witness the ceremony. Capt. S. regulate the bowels
mother and relief
of the Express has been acted Tucker gave away the bride, who anc
-R. I,. Denefield has removedhis operating like magic. _

fruit, sud vegetable stand to the upon, and that the sidewalk on Cen looked superbly, sweetly, beautiful to use in all cases, an J
and is the
tre street, near the depot is being in her elegant cotumeof costly I prescription
building opposite the Florida House, and best female physic

where he will also furnish meals. thoroughly repaired. Although is garnet silk, trimmed with satin and !I the United, S'ates. ** *

Boots! Shoes Slippers gihly important that the entire city fringe of the came hue, .with lavender i cents a

Great reduction in prices which should be kept in good condition, yet gloves. The wedding

defy competion at we regard it as being more importantto was play -d by the accom

PAUL FUNKE'" NEW YORK STORE. keep the front street of the city in organist, Mrs. J B. Waples, j

-On her Wednesday's trip, .the good repair. First impressions are rendered in a most impressi'

decks of the steamer Florida were frequently lasting, and as this the ner. The groom looked qui

crowded with passengers. The St. first point seen by visitors to Fernan- some ill his elegant suit, wit

Johns is also doing a brisk passen- dina, it ccrtai'ily should be in such to match the bride's. The a

ger busines. condition as to create a favorable impression. couple left on the train fording

New .Attraction followed by the best wi ; -

The three cent counter at Paul Equator Beer always on hand and their hosts of frieds in this pi

Funked New York Store. I arriving by every: steamer at that their future pathway

has commencedat I Hammerly's.Do life may be strewn with ann
Orange packing I ;.
:Mr. Bishop's packing house, bit is : you want to know how to happiness, is the sincere wi sit ;

obtain public employment? If so, true frieracl TOMMY No
not yet in full blast. It is believed L
t send for the United States BlueBook .-
that oranges will bring J& price
a IJegNlerof Federal Offices A Ii! a.troU9 FIi 0"r
than last }'ear. *
t. and Employments in each State and | Mr. P. M. Wilds, living WII.\ -
Fall and Winter Hoods
Territory, the District of Columbia four miles of Port Henry this tour _
at New York cost, at Paul Fnnke'sNew _
York Store. aud Abroad, showing who is eligiblefor ty, informs us of a disastrous
I IMr.
appointment, the mode and form which occurred on Saturday a r
W. B. Tucker and bride
application, by whom appointmentsare noon last, by which he lost,,
arrived from Arredondo Wednesday '
The fire swept
I made controlled with complete possessed. 1t7

afternoon last. Fr:end Bailey 1. directions and information for persons Mr. Wilds' dwelling house, a > ;

seeing as happy as a clam at high i
and several
desiring employment. It contains story building, adjc
water.Ve offer our congratulationsto i' and left with him
information never before publishedand outhouses, on\

the happy couple. I will be found equally useful to clothes he was wearing at the

New Fall and Winter Good I I editors, politicians, office-holder, There seems to be some

Paul Funke's New York store of-* office-seekers and the public. This connected with the conflagiat

fers its large btock of Clothing Dry I I book shows the number of offices in Mr. Wild left home at abl
Good Boots and Shoes at strictly :.
New York cost His new supplies by ,' the gift of the government, their Iocition o'clock noon, taking jiia nsnl

every steamer will guarantee a superior salaries paid and duties. cautions against fire by seed

selection. i Price 75 cents. Address J. II. Soule none was left burning on the. I Isea. -,"
I I I i_,:t
Thee was shipped- from- Cedar I t P. O. Box Washington, D. C. There was no one in the 't7.i, Tr
II 'ii)
I and when he returned .: in
i late
last the The great book for agents :''"r(
Key Tuesday, by Morgan ,
. _ __ evening he found bis home a1 ;
S. S. Line, to Havana, 28,000 chick- i ; :t J"'d' '
Capt. Philip Thomas. ing, smouldering ruins. IIi. .
ens and 92 geese. The chickens were. 1 ', "
I It becomes our painful duty this estimated at about :; ,!
from Indiana, and the geese from the i $1,000, .;";r.t t;1t! r,
week to chronicle the death of one severe blow to Mr. Wilds { i;'
Gulf coast of Florida. 'l',4x, 1!;: ;
of Nassau's most valued citizens, industrious I. hard working > i.

The Three Cent Counter Capt. Philip Thoman. Capt. Thomas If the fire wa.s the work ofj ', : f
Paul Funku'b New York Store
it at
i was a man of large ideas, and a diary, wentrust that the] .+ j. F't

-Dr. A. C. Ford will spend sev- thoroughly practical businessman. As the law will succeed in f "
eral dyas in St. Mary's next week, a farmer he had few superior, and the culprit, and that ; "

and we take great pleasure in come 1. M as doing much to develop the farm will be shown th ,.




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PAUL FUNKE'S I., G. & viIfn. i Stoves at Manufacturer's Prices.

mm Ne York Store | --- No.-2. Manufacturer of
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; STATIONS. !! No.l--\-\ I __. Ar'vATM Mail.L've Tin & Sheet-Iron Ware.

1auit Vrn n'ma... A.M IOTO' CrdarKey'... 4.10
FERNANDINA. FT A. Urf.. lt.t.I.. 11.18'I1'.!" I'UoBi' oon. ... 5:20 6:22
Cahahnn12:11)i2:1i) iit'rrCrnk,.. 6:1I r:2ii
I V I IE1 II Ju'lon.... ... 12nJ,12:5u. Bronsnn,. ... 7 IIlild..I\. .... 1:21:4't. Atelier .... .. 7so RIIOMu"iIIl.
--a- ,... .. 2,09;, : .. ? hl&
.XWtl'V. 2.49' 2:!f5! : 11:35
Vtnple's..... 3:11 312 1 ..{,..U..8:1. \flrl
CLOTHING, Htarkc. 3.17: 3.21i \:. .. 10:02 i
Thur.ton..... S-ui 34 ./ 1:11(1W..Mo
... ... :I:', ::' Si I ttnik ,,,, ,,.,10:411 '"1:4\
(i.itnesvi'le... 4:51 :1'4' IT'nll.l.. '".ilo:4s Ift:52 I
I DRY GOODS, 'rrrdmdl\... 5:2*' t:6 L.wt. '.... .:lltits 11.14 J
RltMI. . .,. 5.40 5.411 1X'.11':1r;; 11:54
iri-tuT..... . ;:.111 6:1"1 nil' ..ill,.. . 112-21 1:4" |
BOOTS AND SHOES. Ininson. . . /I.t6 6';' J:2 : :2"
beK ( tt4-rCr.f k,.. 7:4ft: j:; 11 e'MIDibrn.I 1:5'. 2tMI'I I
1C.niewaitL,... 8:35i; 8-J7) IllnrtV !Unad 2:52 :!:r.a
OWN i 1 HATS AND CAPS. 'I C"darK..y,... 9:3O I.'P.M.. [FernaudiD...1 3:'" P.M.

I --0- >ias.AT ..

<. oil
fltlKEA.JttoC Having just purchased, in New York From Brunswick and all points North and

gu alarpr trod Wt 11 assorted stock below West... .... ............ .. ............ ...Daily. P.D C> 'V"E1 S
for IIr-n.'ick and all ]>ointf North ano ,
(STANTMES. i cost, 1 am prepared to retail at wholesaleprices Wet..Daily.t.TE.t f Vx>king utensils of all kinds.

I From Sivannnh and Charleaton..Thur.Jay ,
ilonarlca, For .. .. .........KndayhlKAMIME. And Wrought-Iron Pipes.

f Khop. and Defy Competition. MAYFLOWER.rrom Driving Wells a Specialty
Even lady St. Mary" River Landings, Wednesday Friday -
i I and Hundar. Brootne St., above Second,
iMENLE I ---H- For'Rt. Mar}, River Landings, Sunday Tuesday

sad hide, i Great reduction in JlAUIWJS.'J.OJUII.CF.STPAL K. K. 15ti.R1 .
1 i of Urnlaen, For Jacksonville, Tallahtssee and Lire Oak,
dl ,... .. .. ....... ... .... ... .6:25 a. m., 1:05 p. m. ------
CT IT. It win ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. from Jacksonville,Tallahassee and Lire Oak,
in, and 1U price ..... ...... .. ....... ... ..6:45a.m.land6p.m.
State Line J, R. I. Best Calica Prints, Wednciiday and Friday. 1IJ.I .
Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa, leaven Tuesday,
Proprlotors.UI Thursday and Saturday.AT .

8. 8. C<)'n STEAMER-*.
: E; -0- For Key Wept and Havana, arivlng Monday Wednesday
and Fnday. ,
Bust Gingham*. For Key west and Havana, departing Tuesday
and Saturday.For .
FIFTH tn'REET.Fernandina,
New Orleans,arriving and departing...SaturdaysKTKAMEK

Manatee and. Tampa..Tuesday.. &..Saturday Fla.
- For ..... "

Clothing and furnishing goods a Savannah, Fla., & Western R. R.GKN'LSUIMT.IXTENEXT'SOFFICE .

SAVANNAH. Mar. 13, 18"0. f
O'N AS I) Al-'TEIUlKDA 14thPtssenger

-0All Trains till this Road will run
other goods at miuimmn NIGHT EXPRESS.
I.e-ave Savannah daily at 4:30 p m
I PRICES TO SUIT THE Arr'MJ at Jcssup daily al 7:00 p in METALLIC CASES.

Anive at Thonnsville tl.iily at 6:25 a m Wooden com and CAskets,

the c'Eldorado" TIMESAT .\tJwe I\t IJainbrklsrc daily at 9101111 'Yhitc1 Hal and Silver l'lai-..lTrimming's
Arrive a! Albany' daily at 10:25 1III
onilo, Alachua Arrive at Live Oak daily at 2.00 a m ,
Arrive at Tallahassee daily at ';:00 a m CONSTANTLY ON HANI).

PAUL FUNKE'SNEW Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 7:50 a in Uodus w:. hl'tl and dressed, and
Leave Tallahassee .-lily al C.OO p m
Leave Jacksonville daily at 5.30 p in Preserved until Burial, with T

YORK STORE, Leave Live Oak daily al 11:15 p m without the use of ice.lUmaiiis .

LORIDA Leave Albany daily ul 4:00 p in
t'xliuincd and dared ii.C.iM'S .
FernandIna, Fla., {
Leave Kdnbridjre daily at 4.00 p in
I Leave ThomasviUe daily at 7:35 p in fur reniuval.Teliirrapliic .

I NO MORE Leave jcbsup daily al OI( a m A a Arrive at Savannah daily at 0.00 a mNo TO.
lie owner having beIf .r change of cars bet\\' t-n Savannah and! -'S.tJ.JACKSONVILLE.
;: OR GOUT ; Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany.

Ith, Ran 19 East, S ALICYLIC ACUTEDR CHRONIC A .;.; Pullman Savannah Palace and Sleeping Jacksonville.Cars daily between PKNSACOLA

using 300 acres : SURE CURE. sleeping cars run through lo and from tf AND MOBILE Jt\J LtOfl'

of Section 14 Savannah and Albany. MAMIII TRAN>poRt Tn, "'. Orrici t
Manufactured nnlv under he above The elegant Sleeping and Parlor Coaches TAiAHinsitK, FLA., I-eb. 3. 1b8O. {
Trade the EUROPEAN SALICYLIC of the Lulala line daily between Montgomery ON and after Monday February 2. 18SO, Pa<..enprI
MEDICINE CO., ot Paris and Leip- Ala., and Jacksonville, withoutchanpe I : on this read will run ai follow :
rl,. i 1'itotenyer 7 mm-Eastern BoundDaily..

IMMEDIATE RELIEF WAURANTKUMANENT rmt- Leave Chattahuochee..................2 00 p m
Passengers from Savannah for F- rnan- Qulm-y. .... ..S22pm
,, Cl'UE (iCAK\NTEEU. Now exc1u. tuna, Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this ArrireatTulluhaxRue..................5 oo p m
Acres lively used hy all celebrated Physicians of train. Leave T8luha.e..... ... ... ... .......R 45 p m
Europe and America. The highest Iedical Leave iioiitiioMo. .. .... ... .. ......7 10 p m
Passengers for Darien take this train. Lca\e Urt-Hiti'le.. .. .... ... .. ...... ..83S pm
Academy of Paris reports 9.1 cures out of Passengers from Savannah for Hrnns- Lta e )fad;!'""..... .. .... ..... .. ....91i P m
100 erases within three days. wick t ,ke this train at Brunswick Arrive at Live )9 15 a in
arriving ... at Sdviinnuli........ . ... .. .....SlSancal
Seret.-1'he only dissolver of the poisonous GOO a. m. Thorn ulc.... ...... . ..6 55 a m
Uric Acid which exists in the :Blood, of ra.isengcrs leaving Macon at 7:15 a. in. .4 Albany........ ... ......... ...loZiamLeave
and, i Eheunatie and Goatj Patients. (daily icl'ding Sunday) connect at Jessup Lake t.I.) ............ .... .. ......S 35 a OT .

Cured. Cure!. Oureil. Cure with this train for Florida. Arrive Arrive at nt JdckHoxitle KiUwi'i .S.... ....... .......7 :50'S a a m in
t II. S. Dewey Esq, 201 Broadway, lu- Passengers from I'llIl'idlIy this train Arrive., at F'.rnall.inat..S 40 p mat
flan Hheunialifiin. connect at Jessun with train arriving in Ouineavilte..F tI4 p m
| nltttury Mscon li 5 at Cedar Keys........ ... .... ..930pmrntaenyrr
i J. Leavy. Esq 455 Wrshington Market at : u. in. (daily incrdingSunday .
Connect al Albanyilh Ti am-If nt Hound Daily.
Chrnnie ItlieuinatKm.Sirs Passenger trains
itionSonnecfing I Loth Southwestern Leave Jacksonville.... .... ...........530 a mIdare
E. Townc, 63 East Ninth street ways on Railroad tll Ftrnandma.. ..... ............103>( p ra
j (chalky formations In thc joints,) Chronic and from Macon, Eufaula Montgomery Leave O.tineRville....... ...... .........Sujara
I Hla-umaliRtn. 1l\1I1Li1e. New Orleans, etc. Leave (etlar KI'.s..4 30 a mLenvu
Mail steamer leaves It'ild*in.... ... ............. ... ...7 oIl a m
i A. M. Prager, Newark Avenue Jer- Bainbridge for Apalachicola Lcare lake C'.y.......... ...... .......9 40 p inLravuSnvannuh
ton Newiltivation i scv Cit}.. Chronic Hlieumatisin.i every Sunday and Thursday eye.For .... ...... .... ..........430" m
i E. Arnolb Esq., 12 We>- atProvidence. Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday VaL le Oak ............. ..... ....215am

of R I., of t wen ty i ears' Chronic afternoon. L.Leave'ave Greenville. llld''IOn..3......... ........ ......139am Jl am
II Itheumat tam. I Close connection at Jacksonville daily Leave Montieello......... .. . ........5 00 a raAmxe
John F. Chamberlain, Esq., Washington (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine. Pa at Tallahimoe,...... .... ......TOUaroLeue

Cane.IV Club Washington, 1) C., Hheuuialic latka, Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, Tallahasse..8 Quincy... .....................lilPSa 30.:muR'e n
Gout and all landings on the St John's River. Arrive at OhattuhcMKhce...... .......11 30. m
.John fi. Turngate 100 Sanchez street Trains on IJ. and A. R. R. leave junction, St. '[arid Ilranrh-Tur lai/t, Thurrltyi, Saturdays.Ix .

A $iFrwlsSd..Neuralgia. and Sciatica. going west at 1 :37 a. m., and for Brunswick >aue Tallahmwee..... ...... ..........9 00 a m
f IJQeittlOQ at 4:40 p. in., daily except Sunday Arrive it St. Maru'n........ .. .. .. ...10 Ii a m
.Pf.!: a C;fatermilt wd C1lrolFe- Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Leiivet-'t. Maik's........ ........... ...11 00 a m
.1..: "**-. jpe<",'l3t/tf*or Ague Berths secured at Brcn's Ticket Office Arrive at 15 p in
IQ4JSA CERTAIN CURE, I No. 22 Null street, and at Atli.tic and Woodruff* Lucu ..'....pcru betweto Ta'ltiha.iwe
.1 and JacAiionxIlle ill trninnElHJAR
as' on
hCyr :aru4lrelV the use of sulphate of Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot. LIFT, "Traimpostatlon.

Yye 'wttl Dot onlvcut the fevers I ACCOMMODATION TRAINS-EAST

rl.f the inconveniences and Leave SavannahSundays ex'd at 7:00 a in 1'LORIDA
Irma QUINNE. I Arrive at Mcintosh 9:281\ m

t;. iX6 BOXES FOR &5. Arrive at Jcssup .c.... 12.20 m I I'I CHANGE OF SCIKr>UXK.Orrici .

,. nr" bp Malt,on receipt of troney. j'I Arrive at BlacLshear 2:4Q pin i OK/Cr.'L SceaalTI.rc.T's I
.T,4 ,juiJR KUOOIST }'OlI.IT. I, Arrive a Dujxint 6.25 p m jACK.o Titt.r, Oct. 6th, 187S. SON
L*ft fcnitallcltt or sulwtituUt.our Salic)'II1'Uarante Leave IHipon' " 5:20
{ 4Ir "* *". d to relieveor money a BlLeave AND AFTER THIS DATE, TRAINS ON
9 "
lilff* ri delivered free of receipt of ondeeo.ine | mack!+hear .. 9:40 & m road will ruu us fo'.lowu:
'I Jcssup 12:50
Leave Mclntosh p in MAIL and EXPRESS (Daily.)
urns & CO., Arrive at Saannali .' 5.40 p p ni m Leave Jurkitonville..... .... ... ........ S.30 p. m.Leave .
E AGENTSTulta WESTERN DIVISION. Baldwin... .. 7:00 p. mAnive -
at Lake City.,.. .fflf.. 9.30 p. m
1 wt St. (Enor :tulld- I Leave Dupout (Sundays ex'd.) at 7:30 a ni Leave Live Oak 2:15 a. m
'.) York.O. Leave K .02 a m Arrive at Tallabiugc.!... 7:00 ..In
Leave Arrive al Albany. : a. m
L. CLAY, Fernandiua 11:42 a m Arrive at Savannah... ....... ........... 9:00 a. in
Arrive at ThomasviUe
2.10pm Leave 4:30 p.inLeave
Leave ThomasviUe 2.40 m Albany....... 4:00 p. m
Leave Camilla 5:24 p Leave Tallahamee..... ...... ........... S:45 p. m
Leave Live 2:1S a. m
11F ,,,' & I Arrive at Albany 7:20 p m Leave Lake ," 3:50 a. m
; } tuna POWDERL) ,, Leave Albany 5:00 a m Leave C.-40 a, ra
: Leave Camilla 7:15 a m Arrive at Javk.onvtlle. 7:50 a. mOn
Arrive al ThomasviUe 10.20am I Mad and Fzpreiw Tram Sleeping Can run
Leave Thpmas\ *' through to and from Jacksonville and Savannah; alno -
Y" 10.50am LucaA Sleeplnc Cat run through to and frm
h'pERS Leave Quitmau 1:10 p m I Jacksonville and Tallahassee,
Leave Valdosta 3.15 p in FEKXASD1NA EXPRESS (Daily.)

Arrive at DUJK-IU .c 5:45 p in I Leave.Tacksonville. : a. in.Arri .
I J, S. TnoYIlster of Transportation.II. I -e &: :: p.m.
: S. IIAINES I Arrive Fernandina...................... 3:40 p. n.
Leave Fernandina. : a. m.
ap26-tf General Superintendent. Leave 1:20 p.m.
tas, Allays IrrlUUMiT. asd Arrive Jacksonville. 2:35 p. m.
. BTMOIM M* ,lTTf.a Wesleyan Female Institute Ftusengen for Fernandina and Cedar Hey take
N.ieoed thta tram. So train from :Baldwin to Cedar &fj OB
s..y eeryClay
Connect at Baldwin with A. O. 4 W I.T. R. K.
and all druggists Opens its 31st Session : from Cedar Ke)s and O..IIP8Yihe.t Lake City wit k
? September 20th i J. P. A. U. K. R. for Tallahaiwe, Albany and Sa
", 1G.11 + I IYS 1680. Among the first Schools for young vannah. and points North and "Writ ; at Jacksonville .
ladies in the United States. Climate un- with St. Johni River Steamer
surpassed. Pupils .1. 8. McELROT.
Surroundings beautiful.- Muter of TraIl sporU\OD.
from Seventeen States. AMONG THE W. U. DAVIDSON

TERMS:-Board Washing, Lights En-
jrlish Latin French, for each half of the

9 ,ky Vr"it yi'tli Scholastic year. . .. . .. . .. . .... .115. Market Gardeners III
r4 b All extras very low. For Catalogue, address I
i Kev. WM. A. HARRIS, Prey

4 D PruriM, and la the 83-lf Staunton, Virginia I BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'sFor

tt remedy known to Ed- .

" I d tdical and TEBIIAKCNTSCEOFCLA in all their Laths and-Lumber. 1 SlE 1c \ \hI\EID151S\ .

es mercury from the f ATHS of the best quality will be delivered -

' ) I' agonise or mercurial Lj at Fcrnandina at from ?1.80 to sale by dealers throughout Florid
r > cur ill skin dig 2,00 per thousand in any quantity.' I

i ;: L Address, s. J. TEJIP'LE Catalogue and price list free to aH applicant

Fcrnandina, Fla. 35-tf. Temples Mills, Fla. Addrea D. IC FDaI A QD..D.tretI, ..,

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