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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 27, 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: VID00006
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135775
lccn - sn 95026710

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TEMPLE OF FASHION ljl[P Illliril ']([!Jaj From Our Washington Let

our Special CorrespondanLWASHINGTON

Mrs.S.A.REINHARDTTtrOULD (Opp. R. R. depot and St'mboat landing.) I D. C., Nov 18 l'S 4l
FERM.\U1M Some time since the J'ott of this,

city, and other Democratic papers,
argued ag'un-t b H."
any provision 'lIIg
:l:ea!'.<>i ablo Cltare made, at the coming session of Congress five yt
4-1. '
for the payment of Supervisors -! this t 'i u land

WIIERE SHE WILL cox T1NUE 1O DO DRESSMAKING MRSCLARKE, and Deputy Marshals, employed :, tin

IN TIlE LATEST STYLES. ;1Ua. at the late election. Several Demo- '! chmtuState. ,,
.w. COCKlLLL. JXO. T. ALEEK. WAVIER&. YATI4. 3rd St., Between Centre and Alaehna Sts., : cratiu llepre!'entatives have been I Kl

DEALER IV rilK CHOICEST heard from, however, who say they I rarely al.1:
will vote for payment. Among themis : ll.e sultry

Cockrell & Walker,Jacksonville,) Fruit, Vegetables, Confectionary, lIon. Alexander II. Stephens, now l the Nor

SUtorncns & Counsellors &c., &c., &C. 5lfjFlorida I II1iNG [ here. The Democratic majority iso nights
's I, "' small hat a very few votes, &dd M.somj. a

FERNANDINA.'FLA. .-d to the full Republican strength, '
I Tropical .,
OFFICE adjoining.Clerk of theCircult Court' y,ill also act on other disputed pointsin t.V

Curiosity Store, such a way as t.) make the "Short yi-ii!
WATER 1t. YATES, Notarj Public.lennandma Corner Fourth and Centre Sts '
,Oct.9. lS806.1m. SeL ton" a very quiet one, and remove do,+
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all pretext for calling an extra pine
LAKE Keep: hand of
WM. constantly on a large supply II
I Session in March. Of I. an evident tor in atiu

Watchmaker and Jeweler Dress Trimmingsand disposition to meet I'ic&ident': rt tsr,

Fancy Notions. Garfield half way in his expected j iorniuliblewin art

8..conJ Slreel.Xoith of Samara & l1oyt*have just Stationery eic I policy of good will. Mr. Stephens I 'iv in the
received aD elegant line of
I To Orange Growers and Shippers: I i thinks these election officers are the much talked oil

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Li-t ol the kind that Congres- will I' tangible nor visit

Cheap fir Cash. E.E.HALL&SON be called upon t<> pay for. lie hasgreat I II ZcUwoo.1 a 1]

JL T) EPAUtU guaranteed G,or at money rpasoB.iV n fun prices Jed. and 11'1 NEW HAVES, co m., I confidence in General Garfield, i j postoflire, situate;

Receive Florida Oranges on 1 and belie\es his administration will! dry hiiU of Chang
Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Commission. ;'! in the main, be worthy of support byconservative i! five miles west of .
four live mil!
men. or
Although it is stated the General ,' chain of I.ikes f
F. W. ANSLEY SANBORN & HOYT will attend only to his pi hate I f Kivt-r. I

business during his short lay hero I cMine (rot"

WIIOIXSALGGROCERS_ this fall-he comes early next wl'ck- with an il\llIr
it is believed several prominent! and find myt'witllst.tllllin

TEETH &SEA-BE JEWELRY Southern Democrats, including Senator I .
ALLIGATOR ,and made 10 order. i-tf I .
elect Mahone, of Virginia, have I j toil Ilirittecltmu'unll
1t been invited to meet him and will
Ship Chandlers.
15 exit 1st, do "0. beth h w-t

LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES No one whom I have met during Union, \\
(ItU st., bet. Centre and \lachua,) 1 I
I the past Av eek, I may add, believes coiifinntMllowinij i
Provisions and Groceries. :i: that the coming administration will i the I
In It. W. I L POPE, At Uotloin I'rices.A I
1J be what can be called a lladicai Republican work equ.iUyp

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Large Stock oi- one. There are home who I oecme si:t

-01'PIC EAt Groceries, expect that pronounced Radicals will many advanlng t

Clay'i Drug Store>. Provisions Cioclvery, be given all the Cabinet positions, I for him to r-eu

Can be found at night at residence on 5th Street Hardware but even those who believe this are statements ol sell
between entrc and A&h. Dry Goods.FURNITURE, 1
I compatively few. { amphh'bUP'

J/1. & II. BAKER, Vcrs J The news from S.tting Bull/ received and kindred

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Sash, at the war Department last 'I i counts of night, leaved little doubt ol the surrender I the Slate 1 ,
Oils and of that troublesome Chief and M into eslt cjr c:

JAS. McWATTERS Varnishes. I none whatever of the ability of the !, rivers, k/j frj
Extremely Low for Cash. military to take care of him it he mock, m

House, Sign and Carriage Painter; 'nlt orders 1It once, or call lUll exam- I, chooses to fight I nul vc. d1 n '

-ALSO- inc before.purcb',sing elsewhere. I is : the
There just now a lively row over vegetables anjhs
Calsominer Clazier and Pa- .\.\ BOHX & HOYT,
Sect-ntl St.. }Fernamlina Fla. the management of the unofficial inauguration palate at
Orders should be lelt at AI.VERSOS & ceremonies next March.A Nor

TrcKEifs Carpenter Shop Fourth Strrct, WINTER dozen or so of Radicals are allempn -
Funiodina, Florida. 10-tf SCHEDULE.1 '
; to turn the procession; the hall,
into machines for the
D. ALVERSON, etc., glorilicalion -

Painter and Carpenter, S T[A hl S HIP COMPANY\\ 1!!!i instead of themselves of permitting and of the Radicalism citizens at, It R_'

Sjxcjjt attention given to repii-lng I large, as usual, and without regard thl 4.

Furniture, Buggies! Wagons, Etc. CONVECTltO REQCL4BLT WITH I I II to party, to make the arrangements :c, .'

All work in my Hue executed with dis I The bother is likely to go on until if xI
patch. Shop on Fourth Street, between NEW YORK STEAMERS. distju>:ls everybody. i'
Centre and Alachua. Fernandina Fix
12-tf. IHI3I8TUECXLT Genera Schofield is to be removed I

from his position as commandant at
J. RIKART Strictly Inland Route from Florida.
West Point, and transferred else-I( .yt

IVEoi'eliaut: ; Tailor1 run NEW AND CLEOAIT ITCAXER I: |'
Centre Street. Coiner Seventh,
Feriiandinn Tin.W. "F LO RID/ :,: that General Schofield wrote this re-X
-- !Ipoit f before the October election with I(
II. CUSHINGjf ''I'a view of helping General Hancock'
leave Fenmndina fur Savannah I
VILL ,, every canvasand iien he fount it
DAY aLld FRI LAY momi :: conn ctinic'Wi I I w wa-
RESIDENT Meamem for New York on TUESDAY andbiTURUVY.
I II j not pointed he desired to recall it.

.' I Clo-e connection with all potut on the TnnMtBallroad. I II IcKAY.A .
'H01WAPHER.Photographs .
I .and !'tea men (or Tampa,K.y West. II ma-
Da nn.i New Orieini.
new play is called a Yankee i.]
A l.o with vtr&mrr Flora,for S,.Mary'River and
Tiih sleom for Euu-ipiiMe,M-lliorlie and intermediate : -but whoever saw a Yankee idlej
in all the Styles.
Popular landing on the upper 8t.John
VIEWS in any part of the State Ooinz South,"ITIV at Frrnaadma every WEDNESDAY : Nornhtown Herald.
made to Order. and BAT TIW.1Y. I .. a r i
- This 'Tramerwa* built expretuOv 'or this route, A little girl who was much pel }
Fourth St.,between Centre and Alachua, 1 11
and uniqualled for 'I
u pead accommodations -
FERSASDIXA, - - - Florida.ICEi3EF3F and treliiht faci'it.e.. passenger :I I said : "I like Mttinj on gentler ate a

Tlirouzh tickets to New York, and itate-roomj I knees better than on ladle! ,'
K ureJ at office of- i
W. B. THOM OV Agent. i ma.-Boston Globe.
Fet:andina, .,..
W. K. BATJKNIGHT II. E. CHRISTIAN, 8011citiD Ageal. 50 tf I .
"What is there left?" inqnin

rEt::ANDmA, ELL, ST. IARY'S RIVER PACKET.!! Wheeler in a recent poem. ( I"

TTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IXTT office,dear-not one. They've! h''Jte r
C TT:- c\'erylhing.-Elmira- :
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And Tennessee Stall-Fed Beef. I STEAMER CAPT RICHARDSON.FLORA, 'Ii II j The book agent m knows-" IEI
Will leave Fernandina.every'Ifo"D'T and TRTUDAT when he wipes his feet ..[I :
The Best of Meatsand I at* a. m. from CENTRE dTKET DOCK for I, 1"I
II mat in which the wordV'j:

The Purest of Ice. I Trader's Hill, I woven.. -New Orleans I'y y I,,.

COt.'NTRY order tilled on bort uotice. with and sit immediate landings on the St. Mary's River j
and dUpatch. I<7TJI: a1S CAHL I Through Bills of Lading I j jI | Hymen is the only tor

i, whose campaign never en
STEAMKKS to all pointa on the 8t.Miry' {I j ton Globe. Dm the fr

) NOW COME AND HAVE I I' Close Connection j I i I growing shorter every y c-

_ YOUR SOLES SAVED BY made with the 3>w York ml Savannah Steamt'ra.I I 1 I Haven Hcglster.The .
goo.Car of steamer flower, '
Mark all! Maj Fernandm '

.A.. REYNOLDSRemember Cood*. Honda.Accommodations" I E, Czar's yacht ma 'I h',.,.

for the Pamner Kxcur on .t., and Tounat knots an hour, and it fin']
the soles you Lave been tread- I will find thl.a very attractive tnp.u the winery
UJgon.can be saved-Cheap for Cn Ii. i : Second street,between Centre and Alacb- i dant. For further infurmatioa W. B.apply rl O.tPON.vIVI to . man is trying to fasten a 1 1i
oa, Fwruuidiiia Florida. 13-tfl 1 -tf Fernaodica,Fls.I Boston Post.


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y a (aa, tw ; I I ,V Havana filled 5-cent cigar STREETY & BROS

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y a gentlemen this cigar is free from all nox- -MAXCrACTCBfclU ADD DEALERS IXCOOK -
ious flavorings ami injurious substances. -
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done and found it improves age, ""'" -_ . __Jo--
others deteriorate.A -, ,
ploy b carpenter.idence ,
trial will convince of itsnwits. I ,;:,,; : -
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j are glad to recordf J ( r t
The Flower of be -- I' !;
May can only K"2.
tho who need lake s
obtained at A. HOITKL'S CUII.YX Ci- "- ,. ,:
effort oh- < Ril" '' ...
they can .
Center .... 111I
GAK STOKK on sArcet. ,
.13 are other places not _'_h __ __ ...(
Pili' ......
&s this with work. -
I Read what Gen. U. T. (Tigc) Andersonsajs "'
an excitement wa createddnesday '
after caused ME"-'US HLTCIIINSOX & Buo.:-Gentlemen w
noon by .f/I/.J.1I1..
1 have been sufferer from
I great
am\ explosion at the Suwan neuralgia-the attacks lasting for days. I !'- ,.

otel. The chandelier in the main had tried every known remedy without

entrance fell to the floor causing the being relieved. In my last attack I tried AND PARLOR STOVES

and lampH to burst and creating a huge your "Neuralgine," and in a short time
cured. It is consolationto
was perfectly a HEETERS RANGERS
it ; flame, which wan extinguished by know that I have at least a remedy that ,

blankets. No damage was done out con trolls this pahilul disease, and I can Iron Ware
Tin and Sheet
4"6, at' side of the lo-s of the lamps. cheerfully recommend it to all who suffer ,

:: 1esars. Sheprow and llama caughton .\ April 18, '79. Chief of Police.
k'c tl I last Sunday 20.000 mullets at one For sale by J. L. Clay, Fernrudina, Fla.
' II I Just recvhtJ a large consignment of fctGTw!
'1. ?: haul.-Cedar Key Journal.Tlie .
; '41& SCULL SHOAT, GA., Greene Co. t JEWEL
:l-6'P' I IVniiiMilar Railroad is making August 3,1870. f
'j. blow bill M-ndy towards: Mn. \\'. II. BAUIUTT:
.. progress .. appropriately named-It U u jeweLWe
) P\: II, The 1> AK Sin-I have sold DU. GILDEU'S
0111 town. pile-driving across
IcaJ PILLS for the past two year and find will' be Undersold.
'r- Lale is be not
Orange expected to completed -
i that all in the neighborhood approve them,
111L Fla.
: the cypress blough has made the and the people will have none other. They \3-iO-8.30'23-tf Fcrnandina

work across that stream very difficult are better LIVER PILLS than any I hale g
ru Fl.1 any knowledge ol. Very respectfully, L J .::
and we understand there is still about VI
I 170 feet of pile-drivii)1; to be done. For sale by J. L. City, Fernuudinn, Fl.vTCSKBGEE I.- C 'J1S
the and .. < 2A'
The men cross-tteing ironing the
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will road are: immediately behind the ltile- ALA .July 28 1878.Dr. s :t O frn'
C. J. MOFFETT Dear Sir Justice
rivers and the road is to -
1 expected :
to you demands that I hould give you my C r ww -
be completed across the lake by the experience with your excellent medicine, :00 E 1 0Io f
reb that I 10th or 15th of December. The balance I I Teethina. Our little girl just thirteen pC-a E 1-l r' _o :ci : .

'boUl :\1 r. of the road is graded to within months old has had much trouble teething >41 en -
nine miles of Ocala. Tho contractfor Every remedy was exhausted in shape of en >
have a pea prescriptions from our family physician.Her "
the of this nine miles '
the grading has bowels continued to pans o'll"pure m m ...
fticanizing been given to Messrs. E. W. Agnew blood, and burning fever continued for ? :: o

;timing tc) have & Co. They have a large gang of days Ht time. Her life was almost dis- G

I of Gal'fh'J, 10'l'S hands at work and will increase the I l-aired of. Her mother determined to try K'-a d r-i' 11. .ii... .
Teethina and inn L '"' -,
day there !
I or two, vas .:
uS the chY1i of force if necessary.'n expect to geta .. ( l p 0 !;
I a grail ('hlI1 c-new life had returned-the
'bkh will Le glimpse of the iron horse sometime i bowels were nearly regula, and thanks to = I U I a
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early iu February. There is no mistake Ttcthina, the little babe is now doing well
of "protecting a this time. The road is bound Yours etc., I). \\'. MclVER TIIEFE1LNAXDISACorner

[r sole object is toby to be here.Captain Editor & proprietor Tuskcgee (Ala) XeID
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h' literally put- John L. Carley, of Lake Commissioner's Sale. t.

:'n top." Weir, has recently made a halo ol apart BY virtue ol an order granted by the

of his unimproved lands trout tug I Judire Nassau county, <'lor-1
'illiam of 111l.out i the ike. The number of acres sold ida, on the petition of John Owen, executor I

the COUIIImunli I was 150 and the amount p.ii-1 was I, 0the estate ol William Wing.ito deceased -
I, undersigned, Commissionerappointed
," died $4,000 cash. This is pretty good (01'llaud I for this, purpose, will sell to the

last. that went begging a few yciih highest bidder, on the (it Ii day ot December -
ago at $1.25 per acre.-Ocala JJuuticr. II A. I>. IbSO, a legal sale day, the follow- Tourlb amid Alachua Streets.
lay of the \ ins dl''crih\llandol belonging said estateof P. I. COURTEH, Pio-Hietor.
,is illness \Villiuu'ingate deceased to wit: Thei .
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I The iiilf seems M be trouble i i \ and J. Lofton grants, or sections I II
'ous until { with an epidemic, fat ullo ti-h "1.11 I and 55, excepting00 acres. Also the New Goods/
of hill ] John \Vingate grant, or section ,13, in
kilH! The Gtntnlmu learns
p !' Tamp I
I township 3, north of range 27 east, containing -
nflamatlonfelt that the light house keeper, at Kg- : 720 acres more or less all in the
Have just received from Northern citiesa
110 hasditecn mont Key, has hud to move his family county of Nassau, State ot Florida.Purchaser's .
large and wl'lI- cle'Ctt'Cl stock of
veat'sGray oil' front that i+b.Ioll, accmuitot to JOHN pay for A. EDWARDS.Commissioner.titles, SPRING: mid ;U nEnCLOrES.
the terrible tUcuch Ir.m the dead .
ha :1S'GO'l'rIlOI' fish washed ashore .
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Suits made neatly promptly and cheaply
t < and guaranteed to tit.II. .
S fr iE:
The man who missed his footing

tin associated probably had his boots t'loleu.-B.'s. -AT- G. JUcQUITTY,

LI we are at last ton TraU1" rit. Merchant Tailor

fast mail scrtch The killing of the dev '1 may boon : KING'S CENTILI. STREETFeritantlittu

? to theinstant be 'expected. It's an imp-ending !la.
ti event.-Boston Post. I 47-lt
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The telegraph tells us'Mlje Kinds I AND WINTER GOOSD, Fernandina Institute

patches inform have fallen back," which, perhaps LADIES' AND' CH1LUKESS1 -

'rave the Detroit indicates Free that Press.the whey is clcal"-I XT IS' 13 12 Tt'T 13 8TS.1l0SIKI.ty YOUNG OHIiAPIEB*

p. The
The P. I. Man evolves the following Zephyr HoodsSacques and Scarfs The Principal is (lOt ",iy for the reception
+ave to rearrying ,
: "Kvolutionists may talk, but of pupils in the highest
the cars I branches of-
Adam was the prime evil man.
to- Silk Hankerchiefs English Music French Drawing EtcA
tnpson The man who make light of cv.crything ,

is not necessarily very bril- All tho Latent: Style building with rooms for Chemical and
uianl himself. Uoston 1m,CC1US. PICTURE FRAMES, \il
Transcript.Naturo FANCY, JEWELRY AND FANCY NOTIONS. i Philosophical apparatus be secured so
- should mend her :| soon as the number of pupils in the advanced -

j English tourists think American .in-! ANGEL & FRIEND Application classes should will warrant be made to the outlay.

ttutnn' 1 tinth entirely too loud.-De"VtViit J MISS E. 1'. llHO\\NF..

Free BAKERS AND 13-t f. Fernandina, Fta.Iiexa. .
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ate now shaking thevoters CONFECTIONERSC1I01CK F. GiurTon, STOUT B. LADD,
they were so anxious to shake I IAUItRT z:. PAISE.

bands with.-New Orleans l'il a'lllle. Late CommutoitHicr of Patents.
I Groceries Cigars and TobaccoTOYS
If a 11\\11. says the New Orleans 1m, J ftTl rn

Picayune, likes circus better than he ASH FANCY AKTK'LUS.Wedilings J ir1Ji ge

likes it is because circus suits
opera, Entertainments and Picnics -_ _
\ :ns style of mill,). furnished at the shortest notice, at Rock r.4.IU f, SBAFTON LADD,

>' Don't pick a pocket until it is ripe Bottom Price, atA..YGl.'L'S Attorneys-til-Law-and Suticitor of America

Ijohton Transcript. 'Twill be a I BAKERY.Centre and Foreign Patent

l reen hand that picks our to.Lit : St opposite old post office building 412 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON. D. D.
"IR\CTICE putent la wire all IU tranche* in thm
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4 j J P-ifpMt Office and in the Supreme and Circuit
ter. I ourtit of the Viiited State Pamphlet scot free on
SEVERALTHOUSAND ACRESHigh receipt of sump for po.t.\gP. 41-te

For Sheriff. Holling, Rich HAMMOCK LAND,
Editor Erlress'e respectfully ; situated one mile from steamboat iiiCE FOR
'ipose to the voters of the county on Orange ake. Cleared and ' Il\ndii

name of P. Kelly for the office of :I dally adapted to Orange and ;'The Following Farms, sit" _
crowing. Just the place for large colonies.
on the Great Satill.i River, jfy .
'riff of Nassau
Rr county. Not visited by frosts. In quantities to suitpurchasl'I' from St. Andrew's Sound, are offer t*
Many !, sale at very low rates:
Housekeepers 1 Housekeepers nan FOR SALE. iug 518 acres, 160 acres under banks. The

r |' get more Furniture, Bedding, i I improvements consist of a large barn and
)den and Tin-ware, Crockery andes 1 Also a two hundred acre plantation, situated I laborers' houses, all in rood repair.
for their than else- immediately on Orange Lake, contain- I ONE RICE PLANTATION, known a*
money ing ten acres ofORANGE I the "Ashley Placer containing 150 acres,
i 'C i in the South, at I 50 acres under cultivation this year.

Jacksonville Fla. "Memphred'a Wand," 470 acres. Splendid
I j I mill site.

1II i A'CUEl'8O.February 22, 18'8. j eginuing to bear. Sawmill and buildings. I ONE COTTON PLANTATION, con-
? / My child, five years old. bad Under fence, and partly tleared. Adaptedto \ taining 422 acres. This place contains a
im&of worms "lined calomel and fruit and vegetable growing. This place large dwelling house,
[corm Medicines, but failed to expel is the steamboat landing for a large sectionof For further particulars address,
f''ing Mr. Baln'e certificate I gilt a 'I rich farming country, rendering it a favorable I JNO. WHITNEY,
our Worm Oil, aud the first liMP location for the establishment of a Ftrnandina !:'!s.
rm v-ut>rms. and the second profitable business. Address

l) y-we passed 1 did not (count,I JNO. A. WHITNEY. :a: 0. S1\lJTa:
j>. H. AD- ass.Ciiv. j j| Office Fernandina Florida ,
,agent, Feruandina } la. 14 |I Fernandina,
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Remarkable- -- --- ** i! In Circuit Court of Florida Fourth !

\ Result Judicial Circuit >assan Count).

1W an ditlercnt much many you pliysi have WILLIAM L. LAKE, ) !

.: now an established fact that vs. > Bill for Divorce. i

hup is the only remedy which LocrSA-LLASr ) Corner Third and Broome St!., (oppoiite M airioa
Mnplete, satisfaction in severe \ \IIEREAS, it has been made to ap- Uouce,)Ftmaodioa, Fla.
affidavit, filed in said case,
:g iM)\$f ore pn.oJil1lr. >- that the defendant. Louisa I. Lake- lives Please call and give me a trial
\ .. motions; .tonerere- out of the State of Florida to1dtat Oswego -
) in the State of New York. Now on ".to ...fS to uT.Iae.ol.ena

M1 Iry E> fia* rt, tiDeotont4, application it is ordered that the said de- 1a. _'.tmr U w.......JOlIIattW........ WiG..AaWr1laTwa Iitnrlti ea1t '

m 'na .s .... ." 0. nB' fendant do appear and answer the com-
'' .? "'.a.- JI'V. ,plaint filed in this case on or before the w.. as4Mors tnabnittear d .
r i 1,.<;' CD:,'first Monday in December, 1890, or the Ii -, T ...
I IshI 't
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i .t k ; r.iII ', :.not... .same will be taken *.s\confessed.C. \. MAXWELL. I I l lHi 0.W. .'..2l8i?

\ :lt l "ts" Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County. T)R rNO year Job Work ri ...., iiiJ aE 1 Fernandina, Fla., Auguu 10, I860. 4m JJ cimlt?of Vottrik,Dotf g'.r ,Cards,*.teY -

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1:1 press.i! -Mrs. Annie Clark showed us last but received no rl' l' He th

I week a head of cauliflower weighingten went up to her room, and knockm

SATURDAY. M1VEMI-- -----E'l-27 1"-<0. and a hall pound-, one of the fin-1 i at her door culled her ag.iii-, ,.n-: tt.,

_h -_-- _- ---__ estv e\ el'a\\'. Untortunattly: we ceiving n- reply entered the aj ".

One copy, one Subscription)'ear.11I ,,iilTjnc Price........:... .....fiX i rannoi puce it among the Florida ment and pi-rceiveil that she a .IS
Oue copy MX month ill a 'vaut e.......... .... IJM The and sound asleep. Surprised it
One copy, three mon-h.n ".'vance,.... .... ... SO piodtictions. enterpri-e energy I patently ,
The X will be plural 'm the nub>criVr'' TMJIC I, displayed by Mrs. Clark i> worthy -f this, he shook her several trines, anti
three consecutive number h-:lire the 1&1M.'ll..un I II-
expires. I of the highest success. failing to arouse her he became alarm I

Rate of Advertlhln: I The Three Cent Counter ed and rut to the house of the next 1)o aknot
One square of 8 linen or lees, one Inscrllon.....Jl.lW
rash additional insertion..... ...... ........... .50 I is at Paul Funke's New Turk Storl neighbor anal requested the lady tt> ,
A liberal deduction from the above iUs will be t
m'+':e with lb se who advert by the quarter six -One of the workmen on the saw !j i accompany him to her room. On !' l

mnntbsor Editorial j Notices-f'lr. five cents per line for each aril mill at Dutton came in town last !I I readl 1gthe room, hiss Payne wi- .

t-virj inrtloD. week with his hind terribly mlltilla-I I found in the po-ition, and the lady lent

Notice. i tea by the saw. The endeavored to arouse her by shaking, 1-a li

The forms of the FKEIANDIN Eu F.llllre eo.eo1'! lound it to ut I but to no effect. She then partially arrive! S,
neii-"-ary amputateone
on Friday morning At 10 o'clock. Advertisers will 'I'
I j remoxed the covering for the
his purpo-e
pleni take notice and uovern th..m.e.aelQ"linllv'la8oulc. tinkerHe carelessly placed
| ot turning the body over when firmly
hand the while it ill -
1 on caw was motion (
clinched in the hind of the unfortunate cult

|\ Arcirular commmiiaition Amelia Ln<1:!... thinkini it had stopped. young lady, was found a vial York Sail
,.* ,_No. 47, F. & .\. M.. will \... heM on M..n.L.y I: "I'lie Three Cent Counter labeled ctloroformutl, siib-rquentl
/ / evening lier. 13th at 7:30 o'clo / r \ Transient brethrtn fraternally invite.Ito is at P.iui Futi.c's Now York Store.Tlieu : the ttlITel'1:0 ISO' totind in her llammtlbest

ttrn.I.. A. WHITXIT, S..C. W. F. SCOTT ' M.J.NO. fi:iii.l. The pillow and Lcd were soaked pr. t

is a citizen ol our county I with tatal driiL:, and the stippoition city.

TABS AU CIItrTERO..3: r.. A. :jr.. who rays lie u donate as a premium I I is tint duriiTj; tl e night she had

Rt'IC1Iar meeting PewraWr lh at 7la oV.icVTransient to the Matf Fair A....oi'iation, a pair return of her nervous headache, aril A Conan i\
Companlot frat rnally invited to attend f relit had sought the chloroform lie sinpp li
of stilts lor :t talkliar thin Uev. I 1:1 an Insurable

Hilly \Vatkin HirkuMittwrs, are siiccombiiig to us jioteiit tntltienee. lion 1 UOW .
Post Office Hour I !I I lit fore she had replaced the ES \It. fvrtaBruijrlui 1
Office Ifour*-From Sidra A. M. to GOO p. only t'li iLll'Cdlll-.-!otUlt*. 1'ro-I I stopper in the vial, the fluid ran out, is, lot

M. Money Orders ami Registered Letters |\fessloiials will not be all wed ti> enter -aliiratitig the pillow and bed cloth and Thr"-i disil
from 8.00 A. )(. to 1:001'1.. ; and from 2.00 I Troche have bej
r. M. to C:30 p. M. Sundays from 10:30 to .,I for the premium. Three or more and adding to the effects of the previous sici:inanil rtlwa

11:30 A. !(. and 3.30 to 4:30 v. M.AKH1VAL to enter, or the premium will be with inhalation.AS tiun. They are '

AND ttPAUTUIlK OF TilE MUI.S. satin as this Ii'on'rv"a hi\iiiir h."> n teste]

Jt'vil/tfrn t ra-Arrives duly at 1030 M. : drawn. made j>hysicians were at once summoned use 1>r n. irlv an

ClcJes" 3.00 P M. To Hoarders and every effort exerted ttj > have ittimifil wtl

Southern. Hail Arrives llJses"" "" 10.00AM.:t\O.\ )(. There has been loft at this officea I j I resuscitate her -but without avail. lie the"I"'ak.'I'tew si.ipli, utll reuij iu

due bill payable in board at She ,11l'.l:1 h'Htull'xllnpl<.> to tl>o-e and sirs niMlien the
St. antI Tradct'n Ml Jl ll-
Martf lilt ol our lelin x boarding houses, who ire accu-tomed to use such deadly ti\t tin'- 111'1 I'V

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30)f. which will bo disposed of at a ,11'IIs for the relief of such trivial .
Clones Mondays and Thursdays at S.OO A I) Mop Oruu.
'I I. bargain.pply to the i-ditoi. 51-St complaint*.
Martf, ja., only- Baal a

Arrives Mondays and Thursday\S.f'O A. 3I.Tuesdays -L :t us inrorpor.ite ; it takes only Mi-s Payne wahottt nineteen >(!.';-ISo''t in (lit*
.. years ol age, and wa we ulI.It"rstan.J
and 2:301'
Fridays at M. fifty nameTlun we wont be troubled OpciijIjifore
'''( Closes Tuesdays and Wednesdays, with loose mules orhi>g>.-Ayri. :1 won hy young mm of Fernandina.r"he \,'iiiI'm! NSpread <
ii-rl iitxirtixltell
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 1'. st.S. vultnrlt.VehaebffU. I I was young!: lady of rare :accom the ii;Ej T. RIDDELL. P. M. 'I'
plihmentand was beloved !
\ iworporated for 20 greatly by a large circl..t friends, who will ace th."a- ..III..- I H
anil hav'* over Six hundred .
years, seN I5i-i il-. SKI n.- 'LI
Church Directory. deeply mourn her untimely fate.
I. names, :yet cattle, horses, hog:. goats Her -i-ter hail been fur severalweeks fill I'.isi., I 'nK $'ki. !) .Honl
1'llESUY 1'ERIAN. \' $.V.; 7 Sf..I", ;! !
Kcv. J. II. Myern, 1>.1>., Pa-tor. Services at 11 anal verse fairly Monopli, our in reriiandiiu, whole she had and I.k r:i 1II1c,1.

Meeting a. m. and Thursday 11 p. m. Sun I'>U in.>-school ttiau 0;;:tr 15*a.and m. citizens 1'river strctt- llopo Di-Land will be more lone lor the health ol her infant child. 1.ine si/c, Uu'h Ito-i-\vi>i

arc cordm'ly mviied. ICl'CSsful. Shot teas telegraphed to, and took 71,, (k.', faro" -I >t/.i ,
LI'15Cti'AL.Rev. Stlnsri Iran ,''Ir:
. on the steamer St.: John's
--- passage .
Case. cilti $:! )0
O. I' l.ic.ira. Pastor s-'r ui at 11 i.m. ridclai
.\ ratal .\ which arrived this
l'rli'er..t 4 p. in. Simd.iv school ?:.IO p. in. Weekday inorninir at oneo'clock. di-d. All tri'in n\t\
service Irid,.). 4 p. m 5""tt tree. S.rau.ero Upt-n the at rival of the ste3mShip The funeral will take place and tulle .' it 'mtjVe
and otliTH are sordidly invite.i u "H..u.1.
I I91..ttrI
from 38 Jones street halt \ pay'r.> ''ht il
at ten
CA 1''. \\ Texts at this unit on Tn sI pjst
j Lively the h.t luilmist
Kor. J. F. IJojlc, Pi-tor 8..I..t Old Town o'elock to day.
last Mr. T. C. Fuller ;ike ilium tin]
-3ta-%atS a. m. At New Ti>wn-UisV M1 an.lStriiH.n.ll lay evening a i ihamullt ------ - -- -
)'ateiliKi'11.4 p.m.V-pctN.7.3U p.m I mill oiiipetition 4v
of .\ ( Orange l\ountyIIIE-t. I'ulilic .ScIiooN.
MtTHOIHt'T trii PAL. | for Fill I'rl{-'s lSt4Addres
Itir. J. Atkitu, l'i.-t'ir. Serb tees it 11 n. m. and I with an accident w1.h'hoult..l in Although the eteintes of the present LI' DI>EN ;
7.30 p. m. I'raj t'r Meeting every ti rdn.d,ly teenjug Musk IIi'is', Savtnnyh
It have
hi- 'ah
at 3 one' i Wedne.-day night.

Itev II. M. ICing 1' FIST.Services on 'h- first ant I semis that Mr. Fuller was on the made the reduction of the school tax )Jlolhl'r )Jolhrrs I
sit'and Sundays In each month at 11 a. m. and 7:313
1'. m. SunJaj-btlnH ut .'J:3l1l'. in. upjii'i' deck, and remarked to ClOP t>t one of their heaviest weapons, yetthe Are \>'ii ,ili-iurbi-il tof

COLOKEU CHUKCH&S.Trirttt the passengers that he would get his following clause from the Grand jour rest by -wk
./ 3IfthoJu Ei'mcvpcJ.-lltv. J. O. )(,)\\a.I. crying wi'U in- -\i'njlilliT
I'astor. Services at 11 ... in.. 4 p. m. and 7.Ill [I. inhui l over-joat, and take a walk up town, Jury pre-eminent ot 'Maiion county tri til II -rbottl.i.t .r,
>d"y..chooI9 a.m. l'fa.r Meeting AVit:Qv.bda3. %IRS \1N
lot 7 o'uck. !I anti st att',1 toward the cabin for that shows what can be and has been done SYIUT It will

A.frV'l Jletkutiwt FpuropalRrv.. 1-:. J. lirookensPastor.
He by a Democraticadmmi-lraliou
-> unn- even sntfepT iiiiiiu"'li.t
purpo-e. ,
Scrvici'M at 11 n. ir.. 3 p in.ant ;M p. in. -
Sun'.n' - iiisi.tkjmot
ut 7 u clocl:. In r "it i 11-'hf
l\r.t nap/.t.-Rev.John J\IL.t'I1.l'l\.tur. SfrviiH : bet'it removed, and as it was very other 'iiuties of the State would who will ')I"' n I)
at 11 it. in, .< p. ni. aril 7:.:11 p. in. l'
U a. m.. Pi-iyi Vietmit W..h..lty..t 7 o' !....\;. daik, he could not see his danger, doubtless show as well as Marion mother reirnl'ti imi I h'tan refit
."Steen nnpt.t.-ltC\ Levis t'ouk. 1'aatorSeel- .
but deliberately walked into the open cout.ty. OlIN II in: hike
it nt 11 a. in., o p. m slid 7 :Mi. m. Sunday- I
x boul 9 a. m. I'nyt'r"un; .diii-sd.ij, at 7 hatch, tailing a distance of tell or In looking into the education in- to itm uli
o'clock I anil i- tilf'
Ii Ih n fretInking on his head. teie>ls (.t the county, we find improvement am! 1,.-t
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I Dr. Starbitck siiinmwned and the th.. t n:;
'CO"\ TAB.Ii. teas on year previous to
cents a]
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-- -.--- ---- the unfortunate man wa removed the present. Tlii- must be gratifying

Major and Mr*. \\'. li. C. Duiytu to the Mansion Iloueheic, he iceeiveil tit those interested. From the County -

I'vluni''d from thc Noitli thi week. the best attention made I Ira v
pos-ible Superintendent'repoit toIl the itse

-With this issue the E\PKI S but reuiainc unconscious until I.e ', we tiuil that both the number of tri'dYours n
t'omiutnci's the fitli year of its exis died. :\1... Ful'er was a man ol about schools and the school fund have in- everu W

tence. fifty yearn of ace, and we umk-r-tJiid cicis.'d. For the scholastic year beginning quit'k.

The Tniiuiiih Shirt, leaves a mother and si-ter who wen October Is, 187'J and ending -

Superior in quality an-1 style lor SI entirely: dependent on him. He had September 30, 1880, fifty two
Olil worth :i''_' at Man!
) L en spending the summer North schooK were operated with teacher's
I and wa- }ht. returning home. s Juries .tt 15.00 per month. For I.
\Vearc II K. ,
pleased to 011.
- -- --- ttnil Iltniuc
the same length of time, commennc-
M. Smith on our t-tretts thUviuk.. A fad Talc. any ill-ran"
ing October 1st, iSSO, and elldinSt'Jtemht.r ill.i.. C.rtv
:\11'. Smith has bi-eii absent for nearly \\9C lake the following sad account 30th, 18SI-the prpo'llIt"l"h"la 01 lop.t

a year. of the death of Mi-s Jennie, Payne tic ii111 ,
I C .tumixtr. school (
jllltllll II'
loots! Shoes! Slipiier from the Savai u li fetes ul the JOthm havt-bei'n located witfuJ adu'l's.tlala con5ntttttlsen
Great reduction in uhiclldeft .
prices Mi< Jennie well
>t. -> P.iyne was
ar'us monTnTfor
at 20.00
corn petioli at I per > -r t
known in this and
jrentralfivoiite --
city was a -- --
PAUL KCNKI/S XEW YOKK STOKE.Uev. t the Eipre-trt.J .
her ntances.
-- O. I'. '['Ilac'k.tra returued' iiinong anjua 8.1lLLWJ .1 W.I T.' 1
Our readers doubtless remember having !
The hopes of life are fr'-ighr'I i win i fain, tv
from his Xuilhcin
trip llll 1.ll1.-.L.y '
rt"a.leH'r.ll poi-ins of rare meiiti I Tlii'ie U it** ol sunshine <11'.1 won tlWe nu
last apparently touch improved in | .
i Irora her giltetl pen published in the here see trfasnrctl-'a' ,n. atea..

health. IIi con reyatioii !;ladlet }"XI'I:1S.' The t-.stim.ible young gentleman .. From early morn l., twillt gray h.
welcome him hack. The babe at eve i-- r.I.-\v 4f'Slr
to hum sits wa to han betn
Xefttrartion! I 15y mothcr-ovi' lu I.> -.luc7"] s
trial tied next immth has the Sympathy '
ret PaulFunke's .I- rt: the r.'sy mom it Ins
The three t counter at ;
Newt ,..\ Store.Mr. I (..1'the coinniuiiity. And re-opened lifi throuj
Our cummuiiity was painfully Sufar. ( .
_ G. A. Kmibal ijathered from | ,. ipr
shocked yesterday moaning to learnt ar'fllllJ \

one of the youug orange trees in his i! of the sudden death of a charming e.u1lit

yard in this city, five hundred large: ,] ':veni
and estimable young la.lyh.-: ..h.n.nit -

BWtet oranges. "'c can testify tbat :I j : M. Paynevim lesideil with her In the calm of night our ]th

they arc good. bioth-in-law, our well known citizen, For a blessing sweet, on eay

Fall and Winter Goodsat I i But we wake with a sUrjjFearing
Mr. J. II. G. O'Neil, on Jones street,
-X York Paul Funku'rf : gray; 1 .
ew cost, at
near Pi ice, and with whom sIlt had It:
New York torl. jA our prayer '11
I her ehil.lhornl.'e f
I Oh! Fattier, we leave i4

complete new coat of paint lean that Miss Payne hi-, been a snf- Liles' treasures, and j(- I' ,

adds greatly to the appearance of feier for Home time past horn nervous fear, 1S Ifs
Mansion house The Man-ion isis
headaclies, and on several oL'ca"iotisI For we know Thy love c.
of the old land marks of | I Guard over
one Fer- treasures on i
had bee noticed inhaling chlurotorm i +r
iiandina and we are pleased to learn '. And Th ,
for relief. She frequently retnonstr ,
ib fair share of TempFrom ']
receiving a pat runatre.
..ted with by her biolherin-law
rt piis
New Fall and Winter Gin ...1:1
'\nllur sister (in the !subject and 'Till sit '"',

Paul Funke'.s New York store of- they were of opinion nhe had abandoned I:!
fers its large stork ol Clothing Dry Oh! heart? so heavy with
.. Good Boots and Shoes at strictly > its u-e. On Thursday she had The harbor clears to in ,

New York cost His new supplies by one of these attack, and complainedof While other ship
every steamer will guarantee a superior sufli rine nearly all day, but after The port is gained I .ti "

selection. i j j i nightfall appeared much relieved, Lifes' thorns and ros>| .'F'e'

-A of the Execu-i. It is hard to .
meeting County and on retiring about half past ten i a

tive committee was called for last o'clock expres-ed herself Bears roses away-L _
as very
And the thorns
week, for the purpose of deciding the comfortable and free from pain. are TLeJIn or

manner to be adopted for recommending I Yesterday morniiii; Miss Payne did I. "

appointments, but was not not make her .,
appearance brcakfa-t, .','
esponded to. The members from I.O.
which is served at six o'clo'kfJ11 .-

the country precints should take her brolh-in law supposing that oLe And we'll gather r "J

&Om. interest in, this matter. j jI j I had overslept herselt called to her, Fernandina, Nr ;-.','"",

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PAUL Tr FUNKE'S ''t i. "& i ny. Stoves at Manufacturer's Price s.

P. AUS'1'1i'fanutactnrer
GOING sOCTIl.----- uoixo MIKTH. ,

4 P 1 NO\ York Store I I 'No.TNoT2'STATIONS.1 ,_ ) ol

1I I ''Ar'v Mail"- I'Lv'e'iYinaUil.iiH. ," : _STAHOXS.__ Ai'v_:;\IHil.L'vp Tin & Slieet-Iron Way e.

I ... '. \I 'IOlf' Ce.lrKey,... 4.M. 4::Hi
FERNp NDINA. FlA. (.rtV Koad.tll'lS 11:&'J I iHoscUOo... .1:2(1 5:22
(...UAhlll/.... ..Vlll l-l7M JJUltNI,. . ... i il">;P'W'iISronwMi; ,. .... : 5 7:13
1Illd...!}. .... 1-2T. 1:4Airher. ...... ::Xi 8-iK
I --o- M4zfile.I jiifi 2io, |lmt-n..... .. 8:1 hi8
MEDY [, <'V... ... 24H,2:5.>l .Arrreilondo... 8::.2 8M
I'emplc'8.... .. S-ll 8:11 Oal'i ..i\IUv.. 8:">5 It:n2
1 Use. I! CLOTHING Starlx-,. .. ....\ 3i7 3:=:, :\\eIdo........ 0:3t 10:02 "
Ich It It recommended, I rtiuixion,... a'-u, :j":<4': .Inuriit n..... I0dfi I0i6
of \Val.lo ... .... 31S 4St.tku... .... 10lt' 10:43 1
In the hands
I' Ualuenvi'lc.I l 111:51
4:511 s-Otl 1 Teinple'e..10:15
persons* I DRY GOODS, Airc.londo,.. 5:21'' 5::.0; !IAI.t,.y... ...11: .. ... S:4 5-4ljlMrxvlik 1 ......}ll'*' 11:51.
fORE \
or cocon"- Archer.... ...\ 5.-SH 6:1"! 'Kal ..Ia.. ....112.21 li:4.
les, afford mranl ftlt'JERIA. .. .. .. ..' ',
and U the bent BOOTS AND SHOES Mroiisoii 6:461 6''oIj !Imttou J:2:1 :2-
OttrCrwk,. ':411 ;,!h.ol) '('allabau.I 1:53 2:'""
__and Ma'lCAlAUA. ILoHeIll'III)!.....1 | R:371! |iliarl's : \ 2:5 :!:S4
T WIDELY KNOWK II I I HATS AND CAPS. Cedar Key..1 8:3.1,i'.5t.' 1F'er.. udin..I ..:40 r.M.

I -0I CJoH-nectloi-iss. ,
erful MircrM 4a HLURA
IIIAUUIKEA.OMPLAINTH I 'AT } }on A SIII- .-srU. KI.()J ; Oat ti it Having just purchased in New York From ISiunswirk 1,1,4 all points North aud -
a large and well assorU-J stock Lclow ,, .-..t.... .... .. ... .... ... . .. ........ .. ..Daily. rp: cV E: S
Kur Br-iiHKiuk and all point North ann ,
a YEARS'CONSTANTAND cost 1 am prepared retail a: wholesale Wi-M. .... .... ... .... ...... ... ... ...........Daily. '"ooking utensils of nil kinds.

From SavannahnJ Chailmtun..........Thuigiluv ,
ob.lan... ltll..lonarlt'8t For '. .. ... ... .. .Friday An l Wroi'ght-Irnn Pipes.

anon. .in ekort\Vork.Nhoim, by Ever),body and Competition. l.1'F.AAllslt MAYFLOWER. Driving Wells a Specialty
From St. :lhfHm.r Landings Wuli.rhday Friday
atnaL and Kum'nvFor granule St., allot bccoml,
LAS A LINIMENT I -0-- hi. Marts River landings S. May, Tuesday
D In the Hack and Side, Great reduction in AT UAr.JlWIS.o'J.OJUJI.CRSTUAT.. R. K.
15 if.
ol.if in all caw of liroitemNrnld Fur Jiu-k on\illu, T.-Al.ilirat...e and Live Out -
.. eta. ............... ....... ..... ..0:2i a. ni, 1:05 p. m. -- -
HH WITHOUT IT. It 11111 ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. From Jarki nville,Tulluhanwe and Lire Oak
in d(Mono' bllla, nod rte i>rirI ( ............. ........ .....6:45 a. m., 1 and 6 p. m.
(old at 2ic.6Oc.and 81.OO
aUdr\ljKUlta. (1 =A AT UAINESVIU.E. H.I!: M. Hollclersoll1Jlnnufnrturinv
Stage Linn for Ocala and Tampa arrives MonJaj,
idence, R. I. Host Calica Prints, Wedixaidav and Fnday.
Stage Line for Ocala and* Tampa, leaves Tuesday
Proprietors.Sale1I. Thursday and Saturday.AT .

_ --- 5 TO 6 GTS, PER YARD. CEDAR l I:Y.n.OltfD'IIA* X and FiirnitlungUNDERTAKER

R. 8. ro8 STEAMCKS.
-0- For Key Wet and Havana, arivlng :Monday \VedncN -
nest Gingham, Fur Kt'y Wont and Ua"lInldl'partlJ'g Tuesday
and Saturday.For FUTH I31'REE"f.Fernandina.
News Orleans,Arriving and departing..a.itoidayn
ETK.Ul1m T. J. C'(1CIIUAN.

Prom Manatee and Tampa ....Turg lay & Saturday Fla.
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- For ..... n
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Clothing and furnishing goods" a Savannah, Fla., & Western R. R.


i 0 AND Al-'TEl05tND.\SAt A1ISAH. Mare 13.Mar.IStfO.14thi ,!

-0All Passenger Trains on this Hoad will ruin '

as follows:
other l:00l1t minimum NIGHT EXPRESS.

Leave Savannah daily at 40 p in
PRICES TO SUIT THE Arrive at Jesbup daily at 7:00 p mAnivc
at Thoirta!'vilc daily at 0'23 1III Wooden Coflin* rail C'.tskets,

the Eldorado" TIMESAT Arrive at Uaiubrid C daily at 0:40 a m Wiiitc Metal :uul Sil\ci lMati-
mown as Arrive at Alliiiliy daily at 10:2.11III *
[ from Arredondo, Alachua Arrive at Lice Oak t1.111at 2:00 1III l'ri In nil n!*:,

Arrive at Tall.ihassee (daily at 1M a in CONSTANTLY ON HANI.

PAUL FUNKE'SNEW Arrive nt Jacksonville daily at 7:50 a m J5odks: \r:.!-ht'll anti Leave Tall.dussee daily at J.OO p m
Leave Jacksonville daily Ht 5:30 p III Preservl'tl until 15nrial, with. r

YORK STORE, Leave Live Oak daily nt 11:15; pin withoht till use of h'e.H'mllill .

i { t ORILLIFi; I Fernandina Fla., l Leave.-a\'c Albany Uainlirid daily daily at) at 4.00 4:0041111 p in ('xhnllw1111 placet it.

Cns for ivinovnl.
,: I II leave 7'iulnlSetlle daily at 7:::* p inLeave

I I, NO MORE "-, , J'Ssnp dLiI\t (i::;() a int Tcitm.ipliuonlor*' promptly
I .' l Y. -I:: t Airhe at Savannah daily at fl.OO n in ATTE\DED TO.
ill, (the owner having bell Nochanireottarsbelween Savannah and 28-tf.
t:: OR GOUT ; Jacksonville Savannah ad Albany.
i C ACUTEDR CHRONIOALICYLICf A --- - -- -------- -- --
East Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily between .
S-MiUi, I1tngt119 S t'j Savannah and Jicksonille.. TACK' ON VI LLE. I KXSACOLA

) corn prism 300 acres : |i SURE CURE. Sleeping: curs run tb: nigh to and from ,' ASl MOUII.n vll.i.0\l-

Half cf Scctiou 14 Savannah uiul Albany. MbTrI TItAS-POltr""S'I OfFicr
A i Manufactured only under lie above The elegant ::'h'i'pin.and Pallor Co-ich- TAI.....$.-ar., 1 j..., t e1,. 3. 1'51. j

Traite Murk bv the IXHOPEAN SALICYLIC csof the Kulida line daily between Montgomery O N'n\ aft<'r) }'dru'r,. 2. linn r1'rnat en;er
MEDICINE c \la. without I'i,;senycr Train-/W<'rn ,....-Ik1.1./.
7.12. ,
change Lca\e (:itUtlioucbio.... .2 00
I Passensers from Savannah for F' rnan- .. Qutn,) .322pm
Acres. U(1.\U.\f'TIIEU. Now C>clu- dina, Uuiuvbville aud Cedar Keys: take this Arrive at T..1hlonQ""t:!.6u p .
WO *sivt'ly uwc(1 IIall. oHi-bratwl Pliysiolm8 of train. 1..0 T..I'sha..w'e.r. 45pmlae

E'iriipc and Am Tica. 'J'IJ" highestidieI1 j J'uMcngers for Duicn take this train. Leave On..u\'HI'rot ont\l 'ln...7 8 M 10 ji p m m

Arudi-my of Paris reports 11:) cures out ol Passengers from Savannih lor Brunswick Leave Madnon. .6 p n
100 casts within three days. I t Iw this train arriving at Bruns- Arrive.. at Live ()n1..2 13 a mat

ret.-The dissolver of the poisonous
only wk,6:001l. in. atTlioinnfvUlc..G'Sam
ck and alluvial, Uric Acid which esists in the Bleed of 1'+tsaengers leaving Macon at 7la.. in. HtAltwny.....K)2: i umIxaveLnk

iDe forest laud, Rheumatic and: Gouty :Patients. I (daily icTding Sunday) connect at Jcssupwith Arrive R.'') .... ...3 ej SI>a lImA m

Later cu-c t1. Ciiretl. Cure Cur..1.n. this train lor Florida. I n"c at Cki.Mtlo..7 Am ni

.. S. ])ewer, Etq, 201 Broadway, Iut1ulllnatol'y Passengers from Jo'lol'idIty this train Arrive.. at t'.malldma..S 411 p m
IMieuniiti-m. I connect at Jcssuowith train ai riving in at (caineaville..3.4 p m
at Cedar Key!,.9 3n nriifMtxyrr '
Maikct Macon at 0C3 11. in. (incl'dingSunday p
J. Lcuvy, EM], 4.i. Wrshlngtoii )
Tram-lIf.t .
Chronic Hhi-uniulKm. | Connect Albany with Passenger trains B'UitulDntly.Ix
portationI .
JaikNonvillu : mlAavo
Mrs E. Towne, 03 East Ninth streetchalky bothiiys on Southu&tcin Railroad to rn.indina. ... ...............JO 30 P &uleave
( lormaliuns in the joints,) Chromic and from Macon Eufnula, Montgomery, Q.iiiiexvilr! .902 a m
I ULeulllal. j Mobile New Orleans, etc. Leave Cedar Ke.4 30 a In

connocfingfle.vton I A. M. Prairer, 74 Newark Avenue Jer- Mail "teumel'lcnv('!; Bainbridge for Apalachicola Leave Leave Ilildun Lake ...9 7 Vt 00 p a m M

Newjltivation i 6ov City, Chronic llheumatisni. every Sniulay and Thursday eve.1''or Leave .\.nll"h..4 30 p m
i Uiu.'K. .\ Eeq., Woyliossct fit !; Columbus every Tuesday aud Saturday Leave Lit a .. .2 15 a mLeare
ofUaaiIC ..
1tdi"I1''h' .3
a m
nftemoon. ''''''''' ''''''
Providence, ll I., of twenty years Chronic Leave GreclI\"lte..4 TO a m
I Uheumati Close connection at .I'ick!"onville daily Leave Muntiee'ln. ....... ... .........*t ('o a nArnveat \
John }'. Chamberlain Esq., Washington (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine. Pa- Tal'alianw-e .700amLeave
....... ..
Entcrprfe and Green Cove Talliiliiianee / 830am
[ Chili Washington, D. C., Rheumatic latka Springs, I Leave Quiucy.MflHamArnveut
> and all landings on the St John's River.
Gout t Cliutuhoochi-e.....11 ao a 111
I John B. Turn-sate, 100 Sanrliojs street | Trains on U. anti A. K. K. leave junction, \ St. Mnrif Bmnrh-Tuuvl"I", Tltur+ltiya, Saturday.

San Frant'isL'\l"uralgi\ Sciatica. I II going west at 1Ml a. in., and for Uruus- Leaue Tallauawee.................... .900amArnve
ts locution wickat4:40p. m., daily except Sunday. .ts!. Mark'*.. ... ... ......... .10 IS a ra
'. Fur Jlalanal, Ihtermiittnt and Chronic Ft- Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Leave St. Mirk......................11 00 a mArnre
Ili o facilities it I tern. Clttik or Agllc.I Berths cured at IJren's Ticket Oflice, at Tallahnswc............ .....:! li \> m

SALICYLICA CERTAIN CURE : No. 2'J Ml street, mid at Atla-tic and Woodruff Lucus .iter>er!' between TVIanatfe
and Ja.-iM>n\llle on nil nulit trains
I rntpcrsedihg entirely the use ol Sulphate of uhf Railroad Passenger Depot. EI.GAR VU ET, Master TrunNpootatlou.

I Quinine. AS it will not only cut the levers, I ACCOM MODATION TRAINS ASTF.HN -

without any of the inconveniences and Leave SavanitabSundays cxM at 7:00 a in
1: troubles arUtujj Iran QUINNE. Iti j Arrive Mclutosu 9.3Sam

Arrive at Jessnp 12 :0 CHANGre: OP' CHI'-DULE.
: in
) I. A BOX 6 BOXES FOR $5. .
I h
li"mow Sent tree nv M 'II on rret :rt <.hI'on.','. I Arrive at Blnckbhear 2.40pm OEM-RAL SoPral\T.SIE\T'. Orrict ;
ASK YOt'll UUtliJGlSr FUR If." I Arrive a Dupout II. 0.23pm jAtkooxiiLLK, Oct. Sth, 1S78. \
I But take uo ilni'alton ,n our Silicjli- : LeavelHipont 5.20am
l,ca(oopyrlulitud)guaranteed to relieve,or money o r AND AFTKK THIS DATE, rilAINS ON
4 [ rvnindvd, and will be dcliveied fi e .of receipt of 01' I Leave niackbhciir ., t I:10 amLeaveJessup this road will run all follows:
[ den by palling or..dd..il1glVashburnc 12.50i.- in
lI Leave McIntosh 11.1 800pm (Daily.)

& Co., Arrive at Savannah 6:40 m Leave Jacluionville......... ... ...... .. 5:30 r. ...
-SOLE AGENTS WESTERN DIVISION. p Leave Valdwin. ... .. ..... .. ...... ... .:00 p. n.
AH ire at Lake 9JO m
14 lrDl Wa.1' con Fulton St. (Enoi Bnllding. Leave Dupont (Sundays e\'d.) at 7:30 a m t I LIoneL Oak .. 2:13 a.p. ra
Zv ew York. Leave Valdosta 10:03am I Arrive at Tallabarnee....... .. ;;01) I&. to
'i ? ) heave II.. Arrive at Albany....... ....TT.1:.....10:45 B.Q
w wr |ALB Ct JNO. L. CLAY, FernandinarEETHTNA. Quitman 11:42 a m Arrive Savannah..................... 1>:on a. n
1r I rv i ', Arrive at Thomasville 2:10 p JU Leave Savannah......... 4:3 p. m
t"' ;l i1t Leave Thom Svi1l 2:40 p mLeave Leave Albany. ':00 p. ra
Camilla Leave .. 6:45 p. mLrnve
iI 5:24 p m Live Oak .......... %:15 L m
Arrive at Albany 7:20 p m Ll'lIveL..keCit' ... 3MII. m _
II (TUTIU18 POWDKR&ipERS Leave Alb'iny 5:00 A m Leave Baldwin.................. ':40 amAirive
I Leave Camilla 7:15 & m .it Jacksonville................. 7:50 a. ta
Arrive at Thomasville 10:20 a m On Mail and Fxprens !ran Sleeping Car. run
Leave Thomasville 10.50am'' through and from Jackoonvitle and Savannah; also -
r Lucas Sleeping Cart run through to and from
Leave Quitman 1110 P In j! lackftopiille and Tallahassee,
pptiy I Leave Valdosta 3.15 m i
I j +u Arrive at Dupont 5:45 p n. Leave Jacksonville....... ..11:15.. m.
i It m4 J S. TYSON Master of Trans station. Arrive Baldwin.12:JO p.m.

II. S. 1IAINES, Arrive Femandma ...... ............... 3:40 p. 11&.
ap26-tf General Superintendent. Leave Fernandina..10:50 a. m.
Leave ItaU vm. 1:20
art,, 'Altaya Irrltatloa cad Arrive Jaekscnvitle...................... 2:3& p. m.
1+( Ne % aid pre.eaeti4
PafMnger for Fernandina and Cedar Key take
i .*.p k saved reev w'ity RICE th. tram. No train from Baldwin to Cedar Key on
Connects at Baldwin with A. O. tV J.T. R. R.
and4111drtlgglstr! from Cedar Ke). and Gainesville at Lake City 1I'1tltJ.
The Following Farms situated i 1'. .M. K. R. for Tallahaswe, Alba,,) and Sa .
11 vannah. and pojnti North and West : at Jacksonville -
I on the Great Satilla River thirty miles
Johns .
with St. River Stnuner.J.
. ; t1'' I from St. Andrew's Sound, are offered for 8. JrloELROY.orallt. .
? sale at very low rates : .., of Tran portnt iou.
Irma V.M. D."n O .
618 160 under banks. The
I'i' ', I ? rr"t ing acres acres -- --
?Irl improvements consist of a largo barn and
ib'i V Vfh
laborers houses, all in good repair. 11
1 :IyI ONE RICE PLANTATION known as jarketGardeners1

I I fc the "Ashk)' Place1 containing 150 acres, I

it Y4 lxa tt 50 acres under cultivation this \elr. BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'s
IHER, nd is the ONE RICE PLANTATION, known asMemphred's .
known scl-
Vty "
Island 470 acres. Splendid

1 y I : 6I' m mYi Ae ead.wiry TEUIAKENTCLA In from all their the mill ONE site.422 COTTON acres. This PLANTATION place contains, containing a S1iE1JEtD1tSi'or\ \ \ \ \ \ "\ \

,'i 1 I" I k IL 01 mercurial large dwelling house, tae by dealers- Florida.
'ldlI4\ a .4 1 I 1t an akin dies' For Portlier .particulars address, j throughout
\ JNO.-.A.. WHITNEY, Catalogue and price list free to an applicants.

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