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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
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135775
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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,
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE - Florida. ,

city, and other Democratic papers,
LADIES OF FEHJfAXPI.VV AND VICINITY, MBS. E. LEDDY, rroprietrtis.
argued ag'un-t b H."
any provision 'lIIg
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TIIAT SHE HAS TAKEN ROOMS AT TilENOR"TOOD
:l:ea!'.<>i ablo Cltare made, at the coming session of Congress five yt
4-1. '
HOUSE
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:
COCKRELl WALKER and YATES
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
I
'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,+
FEUNANDINA
FLA. I
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all pretext for calling an extra pine
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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 4.work-ly 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
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Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Commission. ;'! in the main, be worthy of support byconservative i! five miles west of .
\ TRITE THEM FOIL UKCULVRS GIVING ,:
four live mil!
men. or
-REPAIRED BY- >Y PAKTICULAKs 42-U I I
Although it is stated th.it 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
OU TBX'STRkKT.. Fvw ASDtyA, FLA.
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
1L AUTIIUii C. FORD, AND
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
FLORIDA.
FEHXANDI A. - -
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

Biin.ls. night, leaved little doubt ol the surrender I the Slate 1 ,
FERHSDIU S JACKSONVILLE - FLl. Paints I -f
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
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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
Hanger.
per
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,
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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'
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: |'
Whittaker:
Centre Street. Coiner Seventh,
Feriiandinn Tin.W. "F LO RID/ :,: that General Schofield wrote this re-X
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-- !Ipoit f before the October election with I(
CAPT. GEO. II. W1IITEHIDE3
II. CUSHINGjf ''I'a view of helping General Hancock'
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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
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- 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.
you,
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
I"I'
C TT:- c\'erylhing.-Elmira- :
q .xT _

And Tennessee Stall-Fed Beef. I STEAMER CAPT RICHARDSON.FLORA, 'Ii II j The book agent m knows-" IEI
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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
CONVER.TSALL" FROM NEW YORK by the MALLORY LINE of1!
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
needleful
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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,.,, I:) the only genuTTporled -
y a (aa, tw ; I I ,V Havana filled 5-cent cigar STREETY & BROS

tt to.Ietv iu the Jllark l. Unlike its imitations -

y a gentlemen this cigar is free from all nox- -MAXCrACTCBfclU ADD DEALERS IXCOOK -
ious flavorings ami injurious substances. -
ho ceded
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I It with while the "'_ I-'" -.": ... ., .
done and found it improves age, ""'" -_ . __Jo--
others deteriorate.A -, ,
ploy b carpenter.idence ,
trial will convince of itsnwits. I ,;:,,; : -
you !I; cr
ot prosper- fi"-----
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 .
f..1I".1-:
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
a
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 ,

;Jrd I HS I do. O. T. \XDEISOS.tlanta ROOFING AND GUTTEIUNO.
:: 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
: THE COOK'S
: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
HEXHY MOORE. a
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
j I y C
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
STggls
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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 -
tur.lay
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
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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.
A LARGE NEW SU1'I'LYFALL
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*

AND GLOVES,
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
LADIES' AND OESTS"NeckTies -
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 Pret.ss.Politicians 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
1II I'r that rule.-New Haven Ucgis- ------- - -- -- ---- ,
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
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For Sheriff. Holling, Rich HAMMOCK LAND,
Editor Erlress'e respectfully ; situated one mile from steamboat iiiCE FOR
PLANTATION
'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*
Citizens.
Many !, sale at very low rates:
ONE RICE PLANTATION
contam-
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.

M1 C. O. LIVINGSTON'S I TREES I ONE RICE PLANTATION, known as
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,
FANCY BREAD
ANDfCAKEBAKERY,
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\ Result Judicial Circuit >assan Count).

1W an ditlercnt much iiiotlicine.how 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 ...
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1:1 press.i! -Mrs. Annie Clark showed us last but received no rl' l'ut.se. 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
the
pleni take notice and uovern th..m.e.aelQ"linllv'la8oulc. tinkerHe carelessly placed
| ot turning the body over when firmly
Ianisfor
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 'w.a.tf 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 M.bt. 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
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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 <
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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
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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 1'1IOl.lt'. \\ 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 ------ - -- -
):Jua.ru.l'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
DernociaticadmiiiKstrution
It have
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hi- 'ah
at 3 one' i Wedne.-day night.

Itev II. M. ICing 1'iu.tt.r.n.tP 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
howevervi
-> 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'und.ly-.ch..1
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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'CO"\ TAB.Ii. teas on year previous to
cents a]
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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
is
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
PAUL Fu.NKK'b NEW Vor.K STORK. HIM IM-I-II '1'I'vr."q
I and wa- }ht. returning home. s Juries .tt 15.00 per month. For I.
\Vearc II K. ,
pleased to 011.
greet
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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 (
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loots! Shoes! Slipiier from the Savai u li fetes ul the JOthm havt-bei'n located witfuJ adu'l's.tlala con5ntttttlsen
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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
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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.
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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
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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
j
I her ehil.lhornl.'e f
L'Cllli'illgiuct'
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
the
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
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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 .
gather
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 .,
ut
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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1I I ''Ar'v Mail"- I'Lv'e'iYinaUil.iiH. ," : _STAHOXS.__ Ai'v_:;\IHil.L'vp Tin & Slieet-Iron Way e.

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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.

THE WORLD.
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.

CLIMATES. prices which willDefy STEAMKUS CITY POJ.\T. LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
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
ThurgJay. FKKNANWXA, I'LOIILA.
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
10 CTS. PER YARD.0
ETK.Ul1m T. J. C'(1CIIUAN.

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


rty i MBlBMHilCB. GEN'LSU'I'ERNTENENT'SOFFICE J -

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
METALLIC CASES.
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)I..nd.tr. }'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
TKHMAMCNTCVKK
IMMUPIVTE RELIEF "'Aml. : pen
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 SiiTunnali.UK.aw
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.' C..I.l.in.') .... ...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 ..
51
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 -

but will achieve a RADICAL CURE I' DIVISION. TJ'J. KIDA CEXTUAL KULKOAD.
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 nutntitulu.ai 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
MAIL nnd EXPRESS
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
p FEKNANDIXA EXPRESS (Daily.)
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
p.m.
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
i ., I PLANTATION FOR SALE. Sunday.
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 .
I ONE RICE PLANTATION, contain Dept
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-
to
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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