Group Title: Fernandina express.
Title: The Fernandina express
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 Material Information
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: December 4, 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: VID00007
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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\ EMPLE OF FASHION JT&i ()lli"Wa hill ;t)1I I.t'tt

1 : a1JcDuJ9( i iI nom our Speei Correspondent.

Mrs. S. A. REINHARDT Opp.. R. R. depot and St'mboat:andin?) |I \VA>IIISOTOS, I). ('., Df ? 1

mm, Florida. I! The next M's->itm t'f C'rIlyro :r
TtTOCLD RESPECTFULLY INFORM TilE ,
what every hotly lucre, aril HIPI
LADIES OF FERXAXIIXl AND VICINITY, 3/RS E. LEI>Dr Proprietress. !
1 every hOtly t-Ne\\Iiere k tai king a : . si
THAT SHE HAS TAKEN 1.(0)T THE :
IUea onahle Charges. lliinkin; ntiout. I ht lit-vt it will

NORWOOD HOUSE, -43-lt.: ----- -- -- a
WHERE SHE WILL CONTINUE TO DO IKEsS MRS- CLARKE I\I almost every ConyrosMuin will tr>'

MAKING IK THE LATEST STYLES. 41-tf II I to niak'e it s o. T;> 're ru:,y t. -w
; - I Jnl St., Between rrnlre and Alaehuit SU. i! who to intrutlurr I
A. W. COCKEH.L. $ o. T. WLLCI.a. "& 1LBT.&T i may atttemj
discuss political Mil jei't>, but the .
DKAI.r.i
11 Till- ( HOICK.fFruit
COCKRELl WALKER and YATES i ra a,
general sentiment will !" niii'
(Cockrell & Waiter,Jack 01:\i'e,> Vegetables! Confectionary, them. Demncrntmore even than

&C., AC., AC. 0-tf IJejiuWican1, and Southern Dt-nio- the!
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SUtovucns & Counsellors --
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aTiNCi-'S I crats more than others, \\ill ilo their jnil]

FERSA DIX.\, FLA.OFFICE best to keep polities out and business I' ran

adjoining Clerk of Uie.Cln.utt Court' Florida 1 Tropical : II). They will do it for two rea ons. I I ant

Curiosity Store, i First, they believe Garfield means to I' altu
WALTEB R. YATES Notary Public. Corner Fourth "Inli Centre Sts
Fennandiaa,Oct.9. IM'I.1-6.1m. "FEIXANDIN.\FI.A. !| give.the country a fair patriotic a I- the
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--- -- ministration, :1I1I1tl\"y know a partisan : toll
wm LAKE Keep constantly on hand :large supply of i; ]
quarrel between this time and I I mad*

Dress Trimmings March would interfere With his
I that 't
Watchmaker and Jeweler, .
and Fancy Notions.
plans. Second, they know that nil ist ration|

Second Etrcc'Xorlh of Sanuorn & Iloyt, have just Stationery. etc. j the party questi-m which can com ulai lPt
received au elegant uue ot
To Orange Growers and Shippers: i up during the coming session have when the'

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, I already been discussed over and over his face.

Cheap fir Ca..b. E.E.HALL&SON !! again. Take the question of paying civil st TVJ

"|>ErAlKl'G at reasonable pticce, and nil work NEW HAVE::, cj:m., I certain Federal election officers. At 3Y-ill" th.gnvernm.
J.V refunded. 4 My
: gunrjntted or mone}
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- -- Florida the next session-
--- ---- --- -- Receive Oranges on ; commencing on
Watches and Clocks Commission. it will in the
Jewelry I Monday- come shape Citrus si

\irniTE\\ IMltTlUCLAKS.TIIK'.I FOR rilUJULARS GIVING ot"a nquest from the Altorney-Cten- he torem'et'ssUl

-REPAIRED HY- eral and Mr. Hayes to pay these ofiioers -
itfoyt I
for work already done. 1 doubt la lIOn.. c F. W. ANSLEY Democrats will feel like objecting.
many :unr'nt' (Its )

) .E'ALnGROCERS I TlI would be ray'feelings part v t .
CK'T e"ST vrT. FKBXAXPKA, FLA.
if in <-'on"t''ss. Every Democrat ei' ri) )
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I.LIGATORTEETH 4SEA-REAS JEWELRY : who votes for the payment will feel i t d to tlflan
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A ulwyn on hand,and mule to otd.'r. 4.l-tf ,
that but he will I
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IR. AUTHUUC. FOHI, AXI> j that more good will result'to enunent
Ship Chal1dler..
Den."t1S"t, I the country through giving President tin'iit to tlitf

LU. IBEI: AND NAVAL STOIES Garfield a fair chance to carryout bill, and des
(4th St., bet. Centre and Al.ichun,) I
his ideas than through assisting ruler
as n amjj
tEH A DlX.FLoIUD..\. Provisions and Groceries i
---------- i political ideas not just now l'ssel.tia'. wlll'H the pit1These

IR. \V. II. POI'E, At Koltnin--L'rioc- I II i I am fully authorized to say that ilisj'

I'llYSICIAN AND SURGEON, -A Larye Stock of- I the closest friends of General Garfield General CiarL

-o.rrcr- Groceries Provisions, believe, as I said in substance aw.k great and just nrtions

A t CUy'n I>ntg Storp. Ciockerv, ago, that he wishes first of all and jmrposc-s

Can be found at night at residence on 5th Struct, Hardware, to eliminate sectional questions from courage to coma
bcl.e.'n t entie and Ash. Dry Goods Joli'ic He said little
our ( !' on political what he could h.
I URN: I".I U R.E
J :\I. & II. J. BAKER, Doors I subjects lat week, while here, with boldness

Sash t but he left all with an impression and fairncs
ATTORNEYS LAW,
Blinds that he did not intend to be governed one of ma! _
FERXAXDIXA & JAfRSOXVILLE FLU l'uilltUil, It is said he
- -- And by party precedents. House; his spur
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VarnMies.Extremely came here at the request of Mr. dozen HVtle s,
JAS. McWATTERS
Low for Cash. IIaye, and if that is the tact We.IUaY rue, and he

House, Sign and Carriage Painter; inn.! order tt once,-or ('alllLJl1 exam- f expect something. of Garfield m the sue of c'nr
:r.f ;jt.'ore lchIsn elsewhere.1ORS .
-ALSOCalsominer p
Mr. will send
llajes toCVngresf r .
message party to
:-;_\\ & 1IOYT
Clazier sr.d Pa- Seci-n'l St.. Fernumlina, Fh. on Monday next. In that who serve1]

per Hanger. -- ------- case the public will be the gainer. his
l"1'de
Orders should be left nt \\'EIqoX & XTEsEDULE.smisiip
TUCKER'S Carpenter Shop, Fourth Street, The public is as much exercise

l-Yrnandina, Florida. 19-tf over the elections for Senators III
O Cf4AN"
D. ALVERSON, month, rs" it is in speculations o?.

Gadi..l.1' Cabinet. From Maine to I 1,4t

-Paintei and Carpenter, COMPANY California the political cauldron is
,
Special nt'ention given to reputing 1I I boiling. Owing to the proinintnco' to

Etc. CONK aLTIN. BE.CLARh.T ", :TII I of the candidates and the t' .
Furniture, Buggies, Wagons, II I high Position <

All work in my line executed with dis NEW YORK STEAMERS. !j they h Id. in the party. Ohio m.ijIe ;

patch. Miopon Fourth Street, between and Michigan command special at- ,
Centre and Alachua. Frrnan lin3, Fla.
12-tf. THI8 BTnr OSIT I tention. In Ohio, it is about Hn en'nl(= rt i4t

race. Neither Sherman Governor

J. llIIAlt'JlIcrClant. ', Strictly Inland Route from Florida.TUP i iI Footer can truly claim nor the :.

.I.'ailor SFW AND kLEOAXT STFiMkB I vantage. Michigan, with Governor !:

I Eagles, Baldwin and Mr. Conger as
Centre Street. Corner Seventh, '
"F LORID: ciodidates is the ,
rcrimndiim ria.W. ; scene of a hVrc r
triangul.ii battle. From what I see tC
I CAPT. Ott). II. WIIITESIUE3. I I u
II. CUSIIING [ and hear from Michigan people here, Ii::
WILL leave Fri sandina f,r Savannah .,,,ry'!
: \Y ".Ad KKIliAYmorninif.ronnTOtnu Governor IJ.igley has a good start, I
RESIDENT Kith o'enmeM for New York on TUESDAY andHAjtURDAY.
Jf I I and bejng really the stronge t and

I Clu; <%.oection with all point on the Transit lRahrr.M. most popular candidate is likely to- ;:
JfTOGRAPHEl. .
amt steamers fur lamp Key Weal. II va-
8' na and few Orleans.Aluo I be cho-en. lIe will rcfl-ct credit

with "t.km"r Flora for St.Mary' River,and I the State and if ,
I upon we can not
with teomcr for Eni-ip.iiie,MellonTllJa and intermediate -
in all the Popular Styles. landing on the upper St. J:<,hni. I have a Democrat, by all means giv:
VIEWS in any part of the State : Going South, arrive at Fc-rnandina every WEDNESDAY .tiO
made to Or er. and SATURDAY.Thi us a respectable. Itepablican.

--0-- I teanvr ww built xpressly for thin route, ticK.\Y. "
Fourth St.,between Centre and Alachna and fa untqiuiPed for tpeed pust-Dger accommodations .
and tr ubt t.ci'lties. '
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FERSANorxA, - Florida. ."..
-- Tbmueh.tickets to Sew York and etaU-rooms' The New Administration ,, fir
secured at office of-
:JCE--BEEP. W. B. THOMSON Fi-rmndina, Agent, Yon. ,,. General Garfield has vi!.itei| ;"< '

-- R. nRI:3TIAS, SoIl<'It1ng Agent. 50 tf ington, attended to his pri r
W. K. BAUKNIGHT
new consulted with

rZ&iAlTDHTA, FLA., ST. MARY'S RIVER IACKET. friends and returned n

TTTIIOLESALE AND RETAIL, DEALER IX Mentor, to awaits .
1 "I'"i
-X C :E- M He demeaned him
STEAMER FLORA I
dignity a"t the
And Tennessee Stall.Fed Beef. CAPT. RICHARD90X, I cap *
__ tina MOXDATandTH left it
WillteaTr<-rn&n< -vcrs & commanding
at 8 a. m. ft. '" CE.NTRtTBET DOCK for I ITrader's
The Best of Meatsand spect from political' '
-
The Purest of Ice. Hill, I because of his nr 'vF t '"
: -ahd
with and ..u immt Jiate landings on the St. Mary's River course with all, an ii
/1OVXTBY orders UUed on hort notice. ,.
,
VypTOBitneseanddL'pateh. B3T fSK M3 CAM1. Through Bills of Lading i' contempt for. tot|

ON V R.TS FROM NEW YORK by the MALLORY LIKE of then kantlrEc1placf|
8TEAM KKd to all points on the St. Mr '.
| General "Garfip

ALL WILL NOW COME AND HAVE Close Connection i with.areasonformitiess

YOUR ROLES SAVED BY made with the New York and Savannah Steamers. ' -f
Park all.1'00.1Care of steamer ilaj flower. FernanJma. -
A.REYNOLDS FIsrdL"Cood flicttnjjor .'
Accommodations '
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for the P". and
Toj
remember the soles have been treat iIIBn4thJi a
..c. you very attractive trip aa th
for Cu-h. l grand and alligators
tag on,can be saved-Cheap and oth-r garoeji
clan! :
and Alacli- For further Df< .;;: Second street between Centre apply
12 tt w. B. ruo:
Florida. -
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I rand Central for Toys I
Depot XAXCMCTVlrU AXIt BEALIftg IX-
] I I IIf Ir ..t will have

ect 'running order I ANI>

1)le of week*.- le-1 ; 1

Christmas an Nsw Year PresentsAT ., -

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gays to the Internal Itevaboutt -

m.lllthly 811,500.
iii ey. KING'S VARIETY STORE,

8 is again oti the increase. Corner Fourth and Cen're SU.

o the amount of $62,000 left

v on last steamer.-Jbul. Fernandina, Fla.

4I lay one week it the date fixed I I I rcvsoKCOOK

We arc offering at wholesale or retail
e sailing of the first steamer of :

.tpY irt steamer of the Pensacola I thou-sandsot r AND PARLOR STOVES

lot Havana .
w\hiy CCllllpall, I HEETERS RANGERS
Y Is enterprise is In be folllwed bye I Toys, Easels, Splints, Stationery, Dull Car- ,

establishment of a second line of i'i'izes. Hocking Horses,Scrap Pictures, I Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
Goods Canvass.
Japavese Zephyrs, ,
learners
Cedar and other
to Keys Hosiery, Brackets, all Pockets ROOFING AND GUTTERING.Just .
'lori,),. ports and if tins undertaking Card Cases Motto
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proves a success we map look to see Frames Glass Toilet
a lift le of the Fast Florida trade Sets, Fancy Cups received a l rpe consignment of StoTes:

pecking northsn markets via I'ensa- mid Plain Saucers& THE COOK'S JEWEL

cola. Every indication now points Fancy Busk-

ttt to our rapid di \'v.-li>pmeiit as a city ; ets. Foot Rests, nppropriilety name I-HI* jeweL

h the work of budding continues, Books,Writing Desks.I'ieturc -
nobe Frantes, Hocking Chair, Second Street, beL"'Cf.n Centre and A"h.v3408,30'29lf ,
and thin but tells of rutu'l\y in-
a :( Good Quality Jewelry, Albums Fornandmo, Flu.

creasing population. ciisacola Ad.. Vases, Notions, Dolls in great Variety "' .. .

vance. Extension Tables, Express Wagons, Wheel ... -U-I- w ,<.Or si:*:
Harrows. 1'111'1..1' Cars, Cattle Shows, COo o

County Convention.FKKNANWNA CircusCainpsSoldier Equipments, F -.t MEoS i
:IVUtId Games Palaces I -- c fir w <
Floating
Nov. 27 1880 C/,
0 .9
Building Blocks, Toy (3Z
,
The Democratic of the Scales Parlor Croquet c g
voters various I s
h.rI :zG) :: air
sets, Toy ..
i. ;.+ I districts Jn the county will Clothes Pins "''' .. Oto4 y' N1J .,
If I meet atlhe places designated by the JointedPolls II'c:: \/ = t W< S O c 1 oCD :

n\'ila- several committees for the purposeol' Pocket :, ___.l -p=c d =cQ= IJ .-. -j c:

at the electing delegates to a County Knives, Rubber w 'I-f 0- J) .: '
S ::s ::: ;; .
B.dls Horse Lines
of their Convention, which is hereby calledto Whips, Tool, Chests Shoo CI.ll .f.. m :"' ""
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meet at Callahan "v_ + :::
on Saturday, o =
Flys, Cane Hocking Chairs, =
ing upon
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C" .. Dice tuber 18th, 1880, to nomanate Work Stan.IstToy BucketsYtlsh ::r- : S din o ,.
II'"I' "li.tll county officers. Sets, Chamber Sets Large and Small r c.I': r "52 *

kllflWn.lllllg The delicts will be allowed the Tea sets, and in tact everything to be found :;::..". 0 o o -= -.:
Co&
following representatuep: I -IV A- = O I. 'wTlEFEBXANDINA t::
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Precinct No. l-Fernitndinn..11 Del. : First Class Establishment
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nee
WI No. 2-AnU'liB. . . . .. 2 ,
Floritatrl .4 ., Suitable for all ages and sexes.
No. B-kerville. . ... 2
.. No. Coneville . . . 2 EITPlease give us a call. 2-tf RY
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No. 5-IIirt'8 Hoad . . 3 _\\'Jt
have .. La i'lor de Chanibas.
No. C-Odom's Hranch. 4
l.i- 1 I .... No. 7 Kinir's Ferry.. . 4 Half dime cigar is the only genuine it 11 ...,',' STAI I .J,

I .. N.I. Dunn'sCrci'k. . 2 imported Hivan-i tilled 5-cent : ___II"_ '1,'
Via udi No. Callnhun . . . 6 .
.. No. 10-L Iligginbotham. 3 gar in the mar k. I'nlilcp Its imitation : '
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votescerti I .. ll-Diitton's . . . 3 !., this cigar il free from all nox- \ 1 :

I II. J. BAKER, Chairman.J. iou tlavorinjis and injurious substances. -

I,I A. EmvAKiK, Secretary. It improves with age, while the C jrncr Fourth and Aluchua Streets

others detesiorate. P. I. COUUTEK
I ATHENS, GA ichruary 22, 1878. A trial will convince you of its .- Proprietor.
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Sin: Sly child, five years old had
symptoms worms. tried calomel and merits.The. B M F. CB ITOX, STORY B. LAnD,
S as toI1 iws other Worm Medicines but failed to expelnn.v. Flower of May can only benlitaineil HAIBIETE. r..la.

owing what . Swing :11' IniuV ':Vi I iticatc I gut a' at A. UOITKI/S CUII.Cr- Late UmiiMixitioHer of Patent.
vial of your Worm Oil, null the first dose ;mLl"
STOKE Cl'1I1l'1'Street.
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o1'divored GAK on
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every brought forty worms "in he rood i i1I11'IU ,Prml jf... \, !mJ' \[ ,
Stmt: dose so many were passed did not count Read what Gen. U. T. (TIe) Andersonsays _" "_ ._ J' _" _ _= -_'= =- -
S. 11. .\) MS.
l de this ve rn111as II | : -e. -
Jill L. CIII\II'IIt, Feiiumdina, } II. 14 PAUT, GBAFTON ft LADD
not th east MESSRS. HrrciitxsoN & Buo.:-Genlle- ,
I men-I have been a great sufferer from Attorney -mf ami StxiUfitar* of Al/ltI'irJtn
wo mules, twt tty A Remarkable Result.It nl'urulri:1-tht' attacks lasting for days. I aii
nn rageing 430 makes no diftcrent how many pllJ'slf had Hied every known remedy without 412 FIFTH STrEET, \\'WA81UNOTOX D.IR'C11C" .
ayt
rians, or how much medicine rOIl hive being lelieved. In my last attack I tried : patent law in all Ste branches the
)rn and fodder triiil. It is now an established" fact that i your "Neuralginc and In a short time >flicf. an.l in tbe Sujirrnic and Circuit
is the I ourt.of the United States. 1'HiuphU-t Kiit fret ODre.t'ilt
'A Gl'rmllllJl'l1l) only fl'nlt'dr'hll'h was peileotly cured. It is consolation for
t tttlllg yrIrkips ; or Ml..ml' poutHg 41-tc
lias given complete sttil lfarlion in severe to know thLtl have at least a remedy that
/ ete., inL cafes of Lung tUSt'as('s. It is true there are contrrtlU this painful disease, and I cnn
::B:. O. S J.\I.JT: H'
ar t,1lerotJt yet thousands of persons w ho are predisposed cheerfully recommeiul it to all who suffer ,
to tliio.tt and lung a'lections, consumption !II ns I do. G. T. A DJmsoN.
avtng the hcmurrha 'B. Hsthma, severe Atlanta, April 18, ';9. Chief of Police. FANCY BREAD AXD'CAKKBA.KERY
t1'. '= Iathi.atl btbiE colds settled on the breast, pheumoni.i, For sale by J. L. Clay, Fernrudina, If la.
whooping ( )u.rh &C.. who have no perSIH1-
made the .tIl knowledge of lloschee's German Syrup. SCULL SHOALS, GA., Greene Co.. )
:'j t( ae11111g To such we ould say that 50,000 do/.en August 3, 1870.: f
Is were sold last year without one complaint. MK. W. 11. BAimvrr: I
Consumptives try just one botile. Hegu- I D"Aii Sin-1 have sold I>R. GILDER'S Comer Third and Broome Sts., (npposite Man-ion
)iien- tar size 75 cents. .Idlty all druggists in :i PILLS for the past two year, and rind Ilou>r,) Feninnilina, Fla.

lt fal ui, heI America. For sale by Jno. L. Clay, that all in neighborhood approve them
I The physicians have recommended them, Please call and give me a trial
Sotrnethitrr: New Under the Sun.A and the people will have none other. Theyare ------

new era is dawning upon the life of'nnan. better LIVER PILLS than any I haveany THE BEST PAPER! TRY IT!
Hitherto she been called upon to knowledge of. Very respectfully
410 er the ills of mmkinlunJ her own be- I IiKN1tY tuouRFor
'pides. The frequent and distressing irregularities sale by J. L. Clay, Fcrnandina FlaAn. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED.

-u peculiar to her sex have longrave I
ikri- 'n to her the "direful spring of woe un- TUSKEGEE, July 28 1878.
numbered. In the mansion of the rich, Dn. C. J. MOFFETT-Dsar &fr-Justice 391h. ear.
and in the hovel of property alike woman to you demands that I hould give you my
sars peen the im experience with you excellent medicine,
has constant, yet pltient'ict The Scientific AmericanThe
of a thousand ills unknown to man-and Tecthina. Our little girl, just thirteen
these without a remedy. "Oil Lord, how months old has had much trouble teething
long in the heron of her soul liiiyFhe Every remeby was exhausted in shape of SHentifle American is a large First-
I' cried. Hut now the hour of her reimpk' prescriptions from our family physician.Her Class Weekly Newspaper ol Sixteen Pages .
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thou is come. She will suffer no more, for bowels continued to pass off pureblood I printed in the most beautiful style, .;;nI -
[iDr. J, Ilradford'fe Female Regulator-1'o- and burnins fever continued filI'I I fuselillustrated with splemled enravmngs
.'num's IJi-st t'11l1-nuI\ IH relied on to ., days nt a time. IIcr life was almost dis- representing the newest Inventions and
Fjmir"all; disease peculiar to women. Try it paired of. Her mother determined to try.I the must I'ecentdvancl'S in the Arts and
1 and be conhired, Jno. I.- Clay aeent.r Teethina, and, in it ay or two, th're'IIS Sciences; including New anti Interesting
1 _____ I J jkcrcat chan!;e-new life had returned-th l'acts in Asriculture. Horticult:re. the
[ Notice. I i ii bowels were nearly regula, and thanks toT Home Health, Medical Progress, Social
<,cthina, the little babe is now doing well Science Natural History Geology Astronomy -
", LL Powers of Attorney heretofore Yours etc. D. W. MclVEU The most valuable practical papers.
J\ given by me to any one whomsoeverin Editor & proprietor Tuskegee (Ala) yew b-,eminent writers in all departments of
I'.ic State of }Florida prior to this date -------- - - Science, will be found in the Scientific
1It
are revoked. Revocation on file in office American.Ter .
ol the Clerk. Nassau County Fla. ANGEL & FRIEND
County : ..js $3.20 per year. SI.CO hal year
R B, C. CUVELLIEK.j i which includes postage.Discount Agents
S n Francisco Cal., Nov. 14, 1880 33mfARMTORENT I BAKERS AND : r 111
Single copies, ten cents. Sold by nil
It -* CONFECTIOX&liSCHOIPK ) Newsdealers. Remit by postal order tMUNNSCn.Publishers7Park

4w.
I I P In conn ctlu
A five years lease is offered to any responsible Citand Tobacco I ArfN'rl'. SCIENTIFIC A1J J ...' -

el party (man of family preferred) ICAN, :Messrs. Munn & Co, are Solicitors
-r E EI lol the following described property and on i TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. of American and Foreign Patents, have
(conditions as herein set forth; the owner had 33 years experience nnd now have .
[being now a resident of New York. I Weddings, Entertaiuraents and Picnics the largest establishment in the world.
The property known ts "Eldorado" or furnished nt the shortest notice, at Rock Patents are obtained on the best terms.A .
uvcllier's place." is shunted tour miles Bottom 1'I'kex, Ilt.AKGEL'S special notice is made in the Scientific
I ::u Arredondo railroad station on tlL i American of all Inventions patented
y.y.RN I Itlok 'I 'ty road \o Micanopy and consists ofTiirty BAKERY.Centre through this Agency, with the name and
I ro (30) acres high rich hammock St opposite old post office building. residence of the patentee. J5v the immense -
yp y 1U1'. and ,,' out fifty (50) acres low circulation thus given, public attention -
rial cleared land, ditched. The SEVERALTHOUSAHO-jCRESi is directed to the merits of the
|ire cleaning and opening. Bal"Lv II new patent, and sales orintroductiou often
consists of hammock and easily effected.
Rich HAMMOCK LAND
High, Rolling, ,
rater (a portion of Lake situated one mile from steamboat landingon I I Any person who has made a new discovery .
kncnts consist of some Orange ake. CIl'l\rt'llinJ fenced. Specially or invention, can asctJ twin, free of
IS\ log built corn crib adapted to Orange and Y(' p.taLle I:! Charge, whether a patent can probably IHJ
growing Just the place tor large colonies. i:I obtained by wri'iugto Mann & Co. "We
+d L :II _.ASC nt follow: Lessee Not visited by frosts. In quantities to suit! always send free our'hand book.about the
Jwnt 4'lf one dollar per purchasers, I I. Patent Laws, Patents Caviiate. Trade-
.!< taxes on the property I Marks, their costs, and how procured with
ty 1 4s ,II I tjbecorae due, ball keep FOR S hints for procuring ad-unccs t>n inventions -
Jvt'n" its in good order .LE.I Address for the Paper, or concern-
rv.t "tit cf ate and bud with ing Patents
.
Also hundred plantation, situated
two acre
a
gout stump trees t HTOH ft CO.. 37 Park Bow Kev York.
Lake contain-
immediately on Orange i
rJ,w Ir ,i d, .bh there are about Branch Office, corner F&'Ttb. Streets,
Ir of !
ten aCres
+s ing
t- las the owner may ,. I I'ORANiE Washingson, D. C.
I l Jve planted, np to a :' I
? fcTunJred.j Lessee shallIfcnccessive flf TREESbeginning Laths and Lumber.
crops
P"" I I -
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s.. same h his corn .mdTimlnT to bear. Sawmill and buildinjs.. LATHS of the best quality will be de-
r 4 I1 ( tcr Under fence and partly cleared. Adaptedto nt Ftrnandina nt from $1.60 to
anal fruit and vegetable growing. This plice $2.00 per thousand, in any quantity.
-t ,
1 only
I I etl o(: is the steamboat landing for a large section Address, S. J. TEMP'LE.
rich farming country rendering it a fa- 8-Vtf. Tenipk- Mills, Ha.ii .
' rl'd 'illy" k ,m 11e location for the establishment of a
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@k FIJI ;'' .tr hr f3 to S7.Revolvers,
He business. Address, I.Over ltli,latest lM'ltI's
JNO. A. WHITNEY. A S.3 iWrG.lanhrltle.Sta.a

Office Fernandin Express,
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Fcrnandina Express. -The steamer II. B. Plant was companied by the good wishes and r

delayed several hours on Tuesday kindly congratulations of the donor i Amt'

-sA-ICRDAY---. IICEYJIR- 1. -*'-'>------ 1. st, liv lfuii: bi'i'M blown into a Tin1 jireTts included almost .every i i in I china Jtr"ciOl' ,

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One copy,one Snbltt'rlptlollrlt'e year In .tvmc-.: '.00 wo b('lii\ i, th tir-t tim' the Plant j jh hulkmaones, among them an im- D'ct'l1J ,

One copy, MI month iimratre,.. .... I (II) .i- tiled to :lrr \',- n>i tiiu>. | miise tin uord, and :i hiiih htt, in for the purpose :;
Ont-coi'v, three moic h- to a l v.+ .So
the X wul be ploir-l in the ruhocri I.r'. piipothre Christmas: Christmas! which the captain decked him..el>, delegates to aUt'veIltion
cor!'ccutive numb j bclore the auW il'ion
expire. __ I A supeiior hue ol gent's clothing and mar-liuUd hosts. :1t CallahSlant.

Rate \dvertl..III_: i suitable for ChrS-tinis I re-ents, will The hop is pronounced one of the A fnll aU ;

Cue yquaie of 8 lines or lets ODe inatraou1.M1 be sold at strictly New Yoik cost titi .
successful the \vChairman .
__ tach ti.Miiu.fal insertion. ... .SO most ever given by
, A liberal deduction from the above rates will be to January ltat Paul Funks New 1'1'Fou
I made with Ih lie who advertise l-y the quarter nix lurk Store company.
months .
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I .iitorh+l Notices five emu per line for e. ch and
i vi'IT insertion. INollee | -The elega. little steamer Flor., County Officer- ]

eipnlly pt' ittltr at this place anti In speaking on this subject in our On Amelia heat

-. along the entire St. Mary's river if: last issue, we inadvertently omitted Janje sail boat, lit
The forms of the FJKSISDI. ESPRrOrp crowi
on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Advertisers will undergoing some necessary repairs, mentioning one of the most important .\V. M. Williams -

t>lea He take notice and govern themselves accordingly and will soon look as goood as new. office, and one which has been mo-t obtain the same by j!

ITliiftOulc. I She, however, is making her regular successfully filled during the past irs all I paYing ehargtJ

A titular communication of Amelia Lod e, trip four years. We allude to the county'Treasury .. t M F.c J.L:

,No. 47, F. & A. M. will he held nn Mon.l'lyevening. filled Mr. G. Stark. All
II..... 13th nt 7:30 o'clock sharp. I -De uly U. S. Marshal Shelly, by I Fen!
V Transient brethren are fraternally invited Ito will admit this to W an important -
attc ud. W. F. SCOT, 'W. M. came over on Wednesday last, and For Sheri
J>o. A. WHIT!":T, &-c. s.tf office and one which man is
took Dave Turner, who has lain in every I.t/itvr EJT )TUVY\
I
VASSAC ClI.\riER XO. 23, R. A. M., jail here for several months to Jack not capable of filliiKj. AS treasurer, propose to the voters

Btvular meeting December 16th at 7", o'cloc'c sonville. Turner is charged with we venture to assert Mr. Stark has the name of P. Kedy fo|

Transit ut Companions [mt..rn'\lIylovileJ to attend no superior in the Sralre happened Sheriff of Nassau countMan
passing counterfeit man"y.
--- to be on the Grand Jury committee !
I'oxt Office Hours. I The Three rent COfIutf'r -----

Office Ilvur*-From 8:00 A. :\[. to COO p. is at Paul Funke's X\'W"urk Store aj pointed investigate the Housekeepers!house!

M. Money Orders and Registered Letters I books of the county during the Springterm Can't more FurniimWooden
from 8:00 A. >L to 1:00 P. :\[. ; and from 2:00 -We invite the attention of our
I of Circuit court and can vouch and Tin-ware, C]
r. M. to 3:30 P. M. Sundays from 10:30 to
citizens to a call for :t mass meetingto
Motes for their
11:30 A. M. and 3:30 to 4.30 p. )[. for the correctness and neat and sy- money
MULS. I be held at Hiberniin Hall, on where in the South, at
AUK1VAI. AJkD tEFUlTCKE OF TIlE tematio state ol Mr. Stark's account
Northern Matt-Arrives daily lit 10:::0 A :\[. i Wednesday next, published elsewhere C. O. LIVIXG'
His fellow citizens cannot do better
I Jackson'sALootis ]
CIOSl'S" 300 PM.Fnttliern .
in this issue.Ce hope that
M Z-.Arrives330AM.. than recommend him tor ru-appoint-
I ;;Iosl's" 10:00 AM. all recognize the importance of the '
ment.
tt. llary'mul Tiadei' ItflMtil qu htion to be acted upon, and will -- -- -- -- - I Equator Beer always on]

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p M. be out in lull force. Let every Dem- lion W. I-. IlaMey. arriving by every steamer

Closes Mondays and Thursday at tOO A M.Bt ocratic voter attend. Mr.llaisiey delivered his address Ham|

Miii-iit Ga. only
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on System at '
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 A. M. The Three Cent Counteri Peach hilt! unity, :it J..

Tuesdays antI Fridays a t 2:30 p. )[. at Paul Fall.i 's New York Store.It Lyceum Hall Wcdntsd.iy .'veilingIa merlj's, Centre St: Fernal

Wcdn'sdaj and Sa\\lays 9:00 A. M. .: t. \\-e egret to say that his audience A most xcellent beverage
Closes Tuesdays Wednesday, is a pleasure to see with what
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M.SAMIEL I exceedingly Mnalland, speak
citizeH With th, down
unanimity our are repairing } mercury tgreen
T..RIDDELL. P. M. badly for the appreciation shown by the ioridi !
sidewalks. All over the town improvements average :
_ __ __ _u _____ __ __ __ our citizens in educational subject juts it ipreity cold and 11
in this direction are visible. .
('luir
I'IESBY-rERlA I!III. Although repairing sidewalks of maintaining public school sjstem tifici.il heat. Those i xcelf

.-\. J. !I. Mjers. D.D., Pastor. "crvlcen at 11 may be.: to a certain extent, expensive I drinks :.t IIamme.i' are]
a. m and >> p. m. SiinJii>-(ch"ol 3.13 a. m. Pnveri'et'ipr in so sparsely a settled State as in
Thursday, 8 p. Di. at.aer* and citizens yet the in\e tmei t will eventually thing tor tins purpose
rJillJy mil ed. ours. In counties containing schoolchildren
are j --- -
redound the of ,
to
IPI"rOl'AL. I advantage prop- With the 'ich of oil |
cnoiuli to fill only four appro
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K- v. O. P. TtiHt-K.ir.1. Factor M'r.i. ec at 11 a. in.. city holdeis. Let the good work proceed :\11,. Arthur St > il h.'glll'" hisl
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l'ra"f* at 1 p. in. I-'ur..I..twhO'I 3:>0 p. m. Wei ) : I schoolthe, distance of settlements -
day service luJiy. 4 p. m. Seats fr.'e. ....users and grow in magnitude as it piogiesse lions to do away with til
an i cth r..r..ooidiilly invited to' itttenil.CATHOLIC. renders it necessary to
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I' -*. !'tll\'(' He announces that}
maintain twelve schools thereby Scotch and other
w arm l
Rev J. r. Iloyli-, Pinter k-itjer4 at OM Town I
Christmas! Christmas!
-Maw nt II... m. At New Town-llul. )1:0-.. and : increasing the just prepared at I'hurttItlC.'l',
StrOll n,HI;: ':i.ni:Catccli:..m,4 p.m\vu.->.7.3l> p.tilMETHOIUSr :, Fur a suptrior quality ot Flenchcalfskin expense l .
: LUStoI'AL.Kev. i l I three fold He touched upon other antics them to give s \i
J. .\tlnm, I'a.tur.Senile.at 11 t. m. and boots, suitable lor Christina* I Call at his New fur
difficulties and offered vahublesuggestion
:TO p m. Pri)'T :.Ie.tin;: every Wednesday even- presents, call at Paul Funke's New some Kooni'.
lujaiSu'utck. !'I! York Store before Purchasing else- *. )1 r. Haisley informedus
R t r l'IsT. -
Icv. H. M. King I'niitnr. Services on ho first andrcroud wher(.. that 1200 shools a1'Inintaiut'll in
A Con;h. Cold or Sore Thj
Sun 'avs In each month, Ht 1111.10. and ;::10 .
p. m. buiiJ.iliool it J:3>i j>. m. I -\\ ', jf course, always expectour the State o' Florida, with an annual be stopped Ntrht t imiuean nt
t i Incniiilile Lnn Diseasetu
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COLOKEI> CHURCHES.Tiinit ;
/ 3frtlntli.it F/i Mpn/-Revs J. O. Howard, readers to read all local notices, I Io income ol on'y $120,000 and shows: by :I >n. BROWN'S BHONt 'IfjI3S

l'atnr. fitAices 11 a. in., 4 r., ID. and 7.30 p m. ;: '!re certain to :!iv,' riJBronchltas
contain Florid
.. as they generally subjects ol actual Hgures that the State of
hund \- < bool U a. m. I'lajtr Mt't"ID4 Wednesday
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interest to l'urch.1cl's, but this weekwe : pays a 'arger percentage on propeity I unit Throat diM'OMHTroclies l-.r
Afrunn ifih-iJu Eyistoptil.-Rev. K. -T. BrookensI'a.tor. '
Serviced ni 11... n... 3 p in. and 7::K> p. m.Sun.listhool . call their special attention to valuation for the maintenance of public I have ton rlCI1IJII
1111 m. I'mjer Meeting Wednesday, siciins m-l always give
ht 7 o'c'ocL. thun. )Ir. P.I ill Fu;'ke, with a due school, than does New York, :, lion. They an not nl'ha'ini
First .i}>ti.f.-Rev.John A listen ra tor. Srn ice* Cl.il tested
appreciation oi printer' ink is out : Massacnusclts or Ohio. In the la-t I by \
,
nt 11 n. in., J p. m. and 7:3() p. tit. Humlny-tchoul:
M a. in.. '''')'i'r fleeting WeJnowlaj. 7 o'clock.ftteonil i 1 use for nearly an i-ntiru
Bnptixt.-'Ke\. Levis Cook Pastor Servicmut with a new lot ol notice, which will lour )'t'arof Democrario admini-t.ir- !I have attained well n'

11 a. ni., 3 |>. n. and 7.'<0 p. m. SUII.I ca hoot 9 A. m. 1'river Meeting Wednesday, at 7TOWX lie -peili'r anti 'sing
u'clack ; tention. )Ir. Funke informs us that have been built, 50 per cent more : and sin'ntrthin the

i he tind a jlllidoul' Use of printers schools est bli; hed, 33|. per cent I five cents u box v.
TALK.
------ ---- ---- ink the tilt-t paying investment he more pupils taught than ever beforein i 15 SlOp Oru ;
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-The annul State Fair opens on can make. He is another t xanple of the same length of time, and taking i i Ba*

January 25111.'c hope to MV Nassau the great army of successful advertisers. an average, the schools have tICl'1 8G;-, ii(

We
open longer. weie -
county represt'iiteil. Before rOIl se
New Fall and Winter Good I learn fro:n Mr. Haisleys address that Spread eagle at'
Falljiml inter odds I
Paul Fiinke's New'ork store offers ; 331. per cent ot' Florid: 's popul-ttion till) this exact t
at New York cost, at I'afll Funke'sNew If's or lisp pt'I"I t, 1.'
its laigt stock (if Clothing Diy I I iinablf read
York a e to : nd write. The ;- tllI'-IC otl jsets
Storo. ,
I Goods Hoots and Shoes at strictly : address was exceedingly i.terestingand Reeds, S' '
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-The military companies of this New York cost His new supplies by ful (;IIS0 y 1 let
foilh fn
sets terms the
steamer will strong only $:)9 7'unci
'I very guarantee a superior :
have been invited
city to participate
selection.On necessity t>( educating the m.i"ses. Bllok
in the ceremonies of 1II.Ul. uriling our ltrie sIze tx'' '
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lIeGU'crnor, at Tallahas.-ee on''I Wednesday morning last Mr.J. Star Oct, 101'qll&fI' ,
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A. Ellciman received a telegiam s
January 4ih. |I e Cuseonlvdl'II. 4
notifying him to be on the look out All
riirNtinaChristmas! I! J HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT. and fully '
for two men clnrged with committing I '
For IiolMiy p;'events in dress goodsshawls We pay ftiv..ly '
a robbery at Je "ul'. \\llcnll1e i the "+
cloak( hosiery anti notions I
mistakeand rrl t
don't I' call Paul Funke's Plant arrived at 10 oeloek'ednes-
.i et to at
,; I
well
: am supplied from celebrated coral ; r
New YOlk Store before purchasing day, Mr. Ellerrnan took his station at Philadelphia manufacturers with for Full ,r l a

elsc\\'hl'fl'. I AddresIusic r :
i the ging-lank, and soon found the )

--lion. P. P. Ilixhopinow -cpiv- men answering the description given. I.a'lies fine BOOTS SLIPPERS"late, late styles I
Ladies fine styles
in". r.t his packing hill' e in this city t 0 I They were arrested and j tiled, and 31 Uses fine school and dress Boots i

about six hundred boxes of now await the action of the Georgia
orangl'per ji
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GENTS FINE CALF GOOD
week. \Y e learn that he is obtaining authorities. They give the names

fine pricl. John AllKon, and II. II. Halo. I in all styles

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New Attraction! I Since the above was in type, the Gents fine Embroidered Opera Slippt-j
Children and infants Shorn ; '
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birds have >wn. On Friday morc- ,
The three cent counter at Paul I in Kid Goat and{ i, < ;. 1

Funke'b Nt.jrk Store. I inz11'. Ellerman was aroused by the ,

new jailer who informed him that In fact a complete and carefully
-The name of Odom Branch > t-
po too
I stock varied and extensive tl
office, in this county has been changed the two prisoners had escaped. Suspicion 1'.k r

to E'ergreE.'u.Ve are pleased points to the jailer as having ate.Gents "Star" SI

to learn that the new post-rout j is been the means of their escape, and Underwear Gents fine fancy t ;j ;

in good working order. he has been placed under two hundred Umbrellas. / I
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Novelties in Jewelry. Scarfs
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dollar bond to
at
Boots! Shoes! Slipper! i appear next Cuffs Gloves SuspendAn il'Y

Great reduction in prices which term of court.A examination of the bki

defy conipelio-.i at -- will at least convince yo 11

PAUL FUNK*. NEW YORK STOIIE. I! Tln--V ddlll;. good style -fine mater tF/
I lactured.
-A difficulty occured at Callahanon I:! The members of the Nassau Li!!htArtilleiy They are shown t + .}zs

Saturday Last between a crowd : took advantage of their last I soW tor the, a ,i11

of colored men, and two white men, monthly hop, on Monday last, to profit at

in which the latter were severely cut. give their gallant captain," \\'. O. ,

the J ffrey, Jr., and his estimable ladya : k '
Whisky wa prime caa e. j I a ao
most agreeable surpri-e. The hop HFPL.1J o gl'iyi
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The Triumph Slilrt, I,I J I'

Superior in quality and style for f 1 occurred on the tenth anniversary of + t

only, worth *2 at .,,I' the captain's wedding, and his offi ..

PAUL FCNKE'S NEW YORK STORE. cent and men arranged that he shouldbe s ..Jo ra'' a aIk !

,-We see by th: Jncksonville papers ;I deluged with innnmerabharticles Node

that the Commissioners ol of tin-ware in celebration of the an- I Notice U f

Duval county have build niversary. The presents were all now readyCounty

collected in Dr. Starbuck's office and Ie:
new county office, and hive accepted la
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a bid for erecting them at a cost during a lull in the dancing, at i pre 1880. Mj ,".1"'WjjPZ1

_of $ ,160. It occurs to Q9 that Nassau concerted signal, a squad left the hall, Angel .!!' !.' .

might invent, to advantage, an and soon returned heralded as the tin Tutndaxcepl / .. \

equal amount in a Court House and brigade. The captain and his lady "

county offices. We pay a large in- were most completely surprised, but try. -11'i'

terc't on this amount in innn.il rents. 1 I gracefully received the offering, ac 'FrrlJ ."I,-' .,
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Ne York Store -NO- of
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STA'l'I01S.Iail.: Tin & Sheet-Iron Wax e.AXD .
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FERNANDINA. FLA. d..lull1'I1,1\ I.R.-.ood.... 3:::11 b:22Callahsn12:1112:1.
i OtterCreck.... 11:11 11:211lIuttoll. -
.. . ... \12. lll..oqBronllOn.( .... ":0 S .:1:1JIRld.in. .a
-- )-- ... ...! ,::!. i i:4:1.: Arclttr .... .. 7:50 8:4)Mavine
..... 2:09 2:Lttl !illxttrn...... .. 8:17 8I8
J..tl'v.... ... 2:4" 2:5i "Amedo/Olo., 8:32 6:35
I .1'1'101'1.,.. .. 3:11: 3.1Z (laitttav'I le 8x5. 1t:1I :" %
CLOTHING SturL'.... .. . 3:17 .i 9:..... 10.02Thurston.
bmmended, .. ... 3:lt 3:21IIij. Tuur.tt.... ; 10tll
fof Waldo..y'5s 4.1' 1 Statk.......... : 10.43
Ualoe.ville,.. 4:51 6:1": tTl'mp."M ....10lh 10:52Arredondo
DRY COODS, ,... 5x4 5,161 Lswtey... ..'1111:14Liattun t I ,.
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LS, SORE 50 5:411 "" : 11:51 M .r [s
FfcufofU Archer... .... 558 6.10'' 1I, loJwiu...... 12:21 12:4.2
to the nltrf brut BOOTS AND SHOES Ilrop8on.. .... 66 6:5 t Dutton..... ... 1.tl 1:2s
U1A. ; (ttL'r Creck.. 7.4)f .:5b J Callahan,.... I:lili 2:1t0ItnsewootL.
'" 1Ia.i1 8:3. Ilarl' Road 2:52 2.a
[y KNOWN HATS AND CAPS. Cedar Key.. .. 1IIOJ'.11., ,Fernandin..1 3:411 P.M.
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AT FEINAN1)iNA.-STR. FLORENCE. DEALER INS
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1I VTHt IAIL1LIIQA.IAst dt <* Having jut itun-Iinsi.il in Now York, From Brunswick and nil point North and -

a large tad wdl n!'!M>rteJ stock below W-rt .. .. .... .. ......u.. .............. .. Daily. ii lLV H-t'1 ; S ,
For Hr-nxwiok unj all pomif North ana
'CONSTANTri (''st, I sun prepared to retail lit wholesale Wort..... .... .. .... ..... .............. ....Daily.STKA'MKUS (:ooking utensil of all kind

IMATES.ILl.tdonarl.w. prices which will CITY I-OIXT. LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,

For From Savannah.. and" Charltwton..Thursday.. .. .. ......Friday \Vrought-Iron Pipes.

ork.P Ererybody'LINIMENT.bops, and Defy Competition. STKAMKU MAYFLOWEK. Driving Wells a Specialty
try From St. Mary Kner Landings, Wednesday Friday
I and HUQlaFur \ Broome St., above :;tiecoml

-el- 1'huredaf.St. Marji Uivcr Landing, Sunday, Tuesday FERXAXDINA, FLORIIJA.

|e Back and Hide Croat reduction in AT HAI.II\\'IS.-.OmIlA CKXTKAL IS. I:. 15-If.
J cam of unities, Fur Jacksonville,T"U..hl"Io\'lInol Live Oak, .
Itc. .... .. .. ...... ......... ... ..6:23 a. m., 1: ITIIOCTIT. It will ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. From Jauknonville,Tall.ibamec and Live Oak
In' bills and iU price .................... ....fi:4.i n. m., 1 and 6 p. m.
lint i5c.* iOC'A and 11.00 ()- UAIXKSVII.U:. R. M. Henaerson13nntartttriny

Stare Linn fur Oenla and Tatnpa, arrive Monday,
ice, R. I.Proprletorlp. BI'"t Calicu Prints lliwdaami Friday.
Sage Line for Ocala and Tampa, leaves Tuesday,
Thursday end Saturd.ly.
5 TO 6 GTS PER YARD. AT CKDAK KiV.-FI.O1MHA A HAVANA find furHVimjUNDERTAKER
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R. S. GO'S STKAMUi
-e-- For Key West and Havana, ariv Ing Monday, Wed-
tieHil.iy and Friday.For ,
Bc-st fiinghanis, Key West and Havana departing Tuesdayand
Saturday.For Firm BTREirr.Fernandina.
Now Orleans, arriving and departing..Saturday
10 CTS. PER YARD.
STKAMKIt 1'. J. COCUUAX.
MniiRtc. and & tlllturd.\ Fla.
From Tampa..Tuesday )
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for Sal fflOLBUHBICES. G1N'LSUPEitINTEN..ENT'SOFFICESAv. f -

y NxAII, Mar. 18, 18/10.14th
1 O\ AX) A"'TEH8l' I)AY. JLir. !I

-0All P.L sel1gl'r Trains on this Road w ill mnus
folluws:' t-

other goods at niinnnuni NIGHT EXPHESS.L .

iive Savannah ti Lily at 4.UO p in METALLIC CAS:: .
PRICES TO SUIT THE Arr'o ut Jcscup daily at 7:00 p in
Anh.t! tit Tlnnna >villc 11ailyt 0-25 a inArrive Wooden Coflins iinl ('., 'kl'll',

the "Eldorado"Arredondo TIMESAT at IJainhiidgc daily at fI:4l1n m White :Metal ami tjil\i-i J'Ute.l
I as Arrive at Allmny daily ut 10:2. a in

Alachua Arrive at Line Oak d.iily at 2.W a in 1'i'ilnnlinrs,
Arrive at Tallahassee IILilat .:00 a in ('O ST.'XTr.Y OX HANI).

PAUL FUNKE'S1TEW Arrive at Jacksonville daily at ?:.r 0 a in Uoilii-s w:.>lic-J ami tlrc'?sc-il, :imlPIVMTVIM
Leave Tallahassee daily at 6:00 p in
I Leave Jacksonville daily at .">:.".() p in until Burial, with or
Mr'VnHfl YORK STORE, Leave Live Oak daily at lll-i pni \vitliout time n-e of Ice1.1'cniiin .

I Leave Albany daily lit 4:00 p in c'xliniiu'il uul placed irC.iM's .
OFIELORID&I Fernandina, Fla., Leave Itainliridirii daily at 4:0011 mi.layc fur rc-inoval.
Thoni: \\'i'lc daily at .::IS p in
I NO MOREJMSHEiiH Leave .ies up daily at fi:30 a in rlVlf riphc orders j roinj'tly

-3 Arrive at Savannah daily at .1.00 a inXo "ATrEXDKD TO.
(the owner having be- ._.. hanire lit cars hct\\'c''n Savannah and 2S-tf.
::: OR GOUT Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany.
J ACUTEDR CNRONIOi I'tiIli lan Palace Sleeping C'ars daily lietween - --- --

'nth, Unripe 19 East, S ALe CYLI C. A t'j Savannah and Jac.kson ville.Meepins TACI.m'ILLE, VKXSACOLA

Pom prising IJOO acres : SURE CURE. cars run through to and from f : .\ -

Half of Section 14 Savannah und Albany. iU-niu TaAVSroarattux's Oi tca. 1
Manufactured only under ho above The elegant Skrpin and P.i nor Coaches 'fA.AUAFI.A.., l ell. I. ISfM. ION

TI'IIIt1Rrk.. h\ the EUROPE IN SALICYLIC es the Kufala line daily between Montgomery 'nod.. nfl.T Ston ,,
I r on this read u ill run im fullowa :
MEDICINE CO., of Paris i.ndLeipiMMKmvTE \11IInd Jacksonville without
I nMrag.r 7r"iJiuf..1I D-mnd -TJtt.iT.IJ.
r.il. .
: change
KBLIKF WAKUAvrnnM r.It- P.issengers from Savannah for F mandin.i Leave.. Quirry Ohattuhoocliuc..3110 SJ2 p p In ni

\NKVrCrillGr.UHNTr.Kl>. Now exelu. Jainesville and Cedar Keys take this Arrive at 1' 11"' ,,,.,,,.,..euo p rl.avtvu
tmvIo fiively used liy all oi-U-bnid'd Physicians ofEuropat train.Passengers. TuMalniHM'e.li 4S p ut
L.-'awe Moi.tiix-llo.710pm
Anwl'irlThe bight ModiculAcademy
and
for D.irien take this train. Leave Orc-eiixlMe.8 S8 p m
of Paris 95 cures out ol ...
reports P.tssin.ers from Savannah for Hrnns- IJIITP .9S6 p ni
100 cast's within three days. wick t -ke this train arriving at Brnnw !'- Arrive.. lit Savummli LivcO.ib..2 H :i mat

Serat.-The only disolver of tae poisonous : l'k(10 a. in.1'assenirers atThimuiMille. ..fiSSam ass
r)ck ahd alluvial, Uric Acii which exists in tho Blood of 1l'1I\'InIa'on at 7:15 a. in. .. at Alb.any.1025amAmve
..... ......... .......
and :Patients.CUIHMI. ( icl'ding Sunday Lt'ave Luke C1'y .3 33 II In
ine forest land liaeusiatic Gouty daily ) connect nt Jcssup .
at R | iw ii. .. .....6 -J5 a m
Curod. Cutc d. Ciir' with this train for Florida.Passenger Arrivr nt JncLsr.vuli'..7 .X> a m
'n trr.sportation. I I II. S. Dcwc-v, Esq., 201 Uro'adway, lu- from Florida by this train Airivr at },.t.ra..lI.hlla..3 10 p m
Rheumatism.J. connect at Jesuit with train arriving in at (t5-iinpKvii.5C4 p m
flaiiunatory at Cedar K<-}s.93'lpm
Liiivy. Esq. 455 Wrsliinstoii Market Macon at OrT i>. in. (incrdingSund.iy ') J',,,icrr 7j'aIlt11..1 /i'Hui-Daitit.

Chronic Hheumalism. I Connect ftt Albany with Passenger trains Leave (' ,."ll\'iIe..5.n" m

Mrs K Towne, fill East Ninth street lioth ways on South\\ei>U'in Hl lroa,1 to I..',,\e Ftin.iiidina. ... ..............1030 p m
(chalky Hirmations in the joint,) Chronic I and from :\ItCIIIEufllula., Montgomery, Lrmu O. uienviilp.a OS a m
Uh umlltilln. I ::Mobile New Oilcan, etc. LcarelVdnr Keys .4 30 a mLCHVC

J, connecting A.1.. Prayer, 74 K c'wark'Cunc, .J Mail steamer leaves Hainhridge for .\]>al.iehicol.i Ix-alT BaI.I.Lek.. in, ..9 j 4D no p a Dl m

[1efiton New ser Citj- Chronic Ilhcumaiisin. cr-1 every Sunday and Thul'olloL"t'. leave ti.vane.ill.4 30 p inLoavr
For Columbus Tuesday and Saturday Li\eii.::15 a m
\\ in. l:. Arnoll, Esq., 12 Woyliosset every -
1t'at ion ofCane Leave \lA.Ii..II..3 il a in
Providence. II I., of twenty years' Chronic | afternoon. leave Oreenville........ .... ..........t 39 a in
Khcuinatism. t i Close connection at Jacksonville daily Leave 3.I.I .: .S (NI a inAmvp
John F. Chamberluin. Esq., Washington (Sundays excepted) for St. .\ngll't lll'. Pa- at TulialmoiM-f.TUOam
( Leave TH I In hnvsre. ao"
: Club W3!>hingtuu. I). C., Rheumatic i latka Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, Leave Gout. and all landings on the St John's Hiver. Ch"lt.hUOl.b...... .......11 3il a m
I John H. Tunicate 100 Sanchez street I i Trains on B. and A. It. R. leave junction, SI. .1I'Jrl. lrnnrh -T/>ii/k, Thur+lnyi, .Srjrurdoj

San Francisco Neuralgia and Sciatic.i. I going west at 1 :37 a. m., and for Hruns- IA'itite Ta114115 uwe......................9011 a m
location wick at 4:4(1)1. m., daily except Sunday. Arrive .t 81. M.uk's.10 IS u ui
\ililies I Far .M'llaMfll.ll1frrmittrnt and Clironir H..1{ Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Leave ft. M:irk'n.II Ma m
it 'frll*, C/titl nr Agw. } Berths M-cured at Bren's Ticket Office, Arrive ut Tall.ilM.rc.'2 15 |> mVoodruSri

SALICYLICA IS A CERTAIN CURE. \o. 22 Hull stieet, and at All.i..tic and and -Aii'mlllr Lucas on .\11 s'erpera nulit trains l.t"1 Talalrasro.

llwSion' Superseding entirely the use ot Sulphate ofQuinine iiilf Railroad Passeng.-r Depot. 1I'O.tIt VLIKT, Moatc-r TraiisposUtlon.

a AS it will not only cut the fevers, I ACCOMMODATION TH.\IXS-E.\.8T-
I II 'but will achieve a HADICAL CUIJE. I ERN DIVISION.Leave li'LoluD.CKXl'll.L K\ll.KOAD.
'
without any of the inconveniences and SavanntllSmulays e.\'d at .:00 a m
troubles aristna from QUINNE. I Arrive at Mclutosh .. 9.28 a m
-5.1' Arrive at Jcssup 12.20 CIIAXOK OKOEN CIlJiaHI.l1:,
I r. "I. A BOX, G BOXES FOR .. m
Sent free bv null on receipt (lftron.-). ]I' Arrive at Blackshear 2:40 p m .KAL PCI-IRINTSXIUNTV Urru, )
ASK YOUR DRfOGlST FOR IT. I'! Arrive a Dujiont .t. (;:25 p mLeave JCk""o.-<\ i.ls Oct. 5th, 1S7H. S
SNII take no imitation"r nuuntitule.our KiJicyliioopvrlnhtcd u
tit
IHiponl "i.20
; ) I Ir
IP a m
+ i
AXD AFTER THIS DATE, TRAIX3 OX
In relieveor
) guaranteed to
money ON
I''Inlnck hc'lIr
.tldriti, and will Iw delivered tree uf receipt of or6y h .. 0:10 amLeave II ill road will run a* folio*.: -
calling or addressing ; .lesxup t2o'J p m MAIL and EX1MIES*
I III Leave Mclntosh .. (Daily.)

ihburnc & CO.,. i;I Arrive at Savannah .' .. 5:40 3.00 p p m m Leave fi:3Op. m.
'' WESTERN Lave 7:00 p. m'
-SOLBGF.NTS- I| DIVISION. Arrive at Luke City........... ........ 9JO p. m
r'Pcor. Fulton St (Enos Euild- Leave DUIKItUlllla.'s e.\'d.) at 7:30 a m Leave Live Oak ....................... 2:15 a. m
\> New York. ICo I Leave Valdosta loo2 a mLtave Arrive at TallnbnM.....J.............. 7:00 it. In
] Arrive at Albany..10:43 a. mArri'at
). L. CLAY, FcrnanJina jIrrllalUi j Quitman 11:42 a m Ssrnnnah....... W:')1) a. ni
v- I Arrive ThuU\as\'illc" 2:101) 11\ I Leave Saranuah... ..................... 4:30 p. in
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r.; ,wt -- --- !! Leave Thoma>ville .. 2:40 m Leave Albany .............;............ 4:00 p.m
Leave Camilla .. 4' p Leave TalUhawee... ...... .............. 5:4 p. m
E T i 111ti A ratZETl1I& I| .5:24 p m Leave Live Out ............... ......... !!:1.i a. m
1I I I! Arrive at Albany a 7:20 p in I brave Lake City...... .. ................ 3:50 a. m
roll Dtl ,, Ix-ave Alb'lny .. 5:00 a m Leave Bald..-w ... ... ........... 6:40 a. niAirive
I 1r +'"Ip Leave c'lImilll:1:) n m I10.20am1, at Jacksot.ville.... .... ... .... .. 750 a. raI
Arrive at Tliomas ville .. I On Mail and Fxpretu Train Sleeping Can run
im .' ,, through In and from Jacksonville and Savannah; also -
Leave Thomasville *.
10:50 a m Lucas Sleeping Cart run through to and frem
pER Leave Qnitman 1:101 m I Jacksonville and Tallaha. l't'.

5:yI' Leave Valdosta .. 3.15pmL I! FEltSAMIXA EXPRESS (Daily.)

Arrive at DtipoiU :>>:43 p a. :, Leave.J.cksODVllle.... .... ...........11:15 a. m.Arn .
.4y J S. TYSON Master of Transportation. I eBaldwin... .....................1J:30 p.m.
l r . sr !I II. S. IIAINES Arrive Fernandma ........... ........... J:40 p. m.
,E I II Leave VeruandJna........ .............,.10:84 a. in.Leavelial .
i; apt:?Ii-tf General Superintendent. l..in. ..... .............. .. 1:20 p.m.
r'- gam. Attars aN i __ ______ Arrive Jacksonv aSe. ................._... 2Si p.m.
Ltrlrvrn aad
pmeas i Wesleyan Female P.uwngeri for Fernandina and Cedar Key take
,.V.fr4 rvrryI Institute thin train. *Jo train from Baldwin to Cedar Key on
STACNTON IROIXLt. Sunday.
Connect at llaldwin with A. Q. 4 W J.T. R. R.
r Clay and all druggists Opens its Sist Session from Cedar Key I and QaineHvilie. at Lake City wit h
20th
if '' September 1 i J. 1'. M. 1t. K. for Tallahassee. Albany and Savannah
'ItSO.IIlOII the first Schools for young and pomti North and Went; at Jacksonville .
si ladies in the United States. Climate misurpasMvJ. with St.John River Steamer
J. McELBOY.. .
Surroundings hClutifu1.-Pu.
Master of Transportation.W. .
,uosi*I II "tlt a pits from Seventeen States. AMOXQ TOE 1[. DAVIDSON, t ,
tY lownsr TERMS IN THE UNION. Bupt ;.

xIq TERMS :-l3oard. Washing, Lights, En-
"dxl ( hsb, Latin, French, for each hair of the
Scholastic year.-$115. Market Gardeners 1 I

All extras very luw. For Catalogue address

Rev. ii;It. A, HAR1US, 1'res't' '

I1l 'runt:., and Is the 33-tf Staunton,Virginia. BUY D. M FERRY & Co:sS11E11EI1D1IS

N meaty known to act- .
;1I4, $ t ant PZIAlrltx!
r torVLLln&fl heir laths and Lumber
4 v t s I Ir \ \ \ \

LATHS of the best quality will be de-J
ies renrtalet _
.
N 4'I ot e at Fernandina ut from $1.80 to dealers tatovg4ont Floi4dt.
Tor sJ ,
all skin di. I I 5 by
i't 1 r r $2.00 per thousand in anT quantity. . I t'Ji
I r" and price list free to aO ppUea
OatUopM
r.nttndiJla Address., S. J. TEMPLE. j ;
S ;Fla.M 8e-If. TtWplo'li Mills. i'1&:. : Aaaisai Do ...1'DJl1'A QL. "IS..; :-
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