Group Title: Fernandina express.
Title: The Fernandina express
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Title: The Fernandina express
Uniform Title: Fernandina express
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: B.C. Cuvellier
Place of Publication: Fernandina Nassau Co. Fla
Publication Date: December 11, 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: VID00008
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135775
lccn - sn 95026710

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TEMPLE OF FASHION| row m [JJXU{ ( i I From Our Washington. Letter t

3 our SjHfiil Correspondent.WASniNUTON a aI'

Mrs.S.A.REINHARDTtyOULD (Opp. It. K.di-pot and St'niboat landing) :| I). C., Nov. 2;). 15xO

FERJHDI j Easiness is Mispended to tiny in
RESPECTFULLY INFORM TilE Florida. !i aPI
\ 'ashim ton. All the Departmentsare th
LADIES OF FEJUfAXLIXA AND VICINITY, .vise 1: LEDDII'rtpridreJ.. J JR
closed, and "Thanksgiving" is it it
THAT SIIE HAS TAKES ROOMS AT THE ;(
( n-lIable Chnr e : this year as much of a holiday as the :! metalj ; s

NORWOOD HOUSE, 43if.MI.- ;I 4th of July. The custom is an ex- :,I whit.,

WJIKHK SHE WILL CONTINUE TO DO DRESSMAKING CLARKE: t cellent one, :\nIllol'4 not extend ho. ttst.le'.

IN THE LATEST BTYI.E3. 41-tf I! much the meagre list of days in i j Each ci :
- - ------- ---, JrJ St. Brtwrrn I'r I
litre and Alnthna Sis.
\ which citizens ol this country indulge 'i fellow .
A. W. COCKKtLL. JXO. T. W1LEMU WAL1EB R TATBI.
I in rest from their usual avocations tin']
DKAI.KK IX "111-: CHOICEST I| own
COCKREll, WALKER and YATES, There are services in all the Washington liberty. '

Cockrcll 4 Walker Jack..olo\'il,\ Fruit, Vegetables, Confectionary; "! churches, including the "little hors whlvour

&c., &c., &c. 5tfFlorida church around the corner"--in which 'l
ttorncn5tl1ul1sclll1rs
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? :I ING'S General Garfield worships. The General iron may

FEUNANI'.-FL\. I arrived last evening, and proceeded rill e. Irpurposes 1

{ Clerk of tli ,CircuIt c.ult''I' 1 Tropical at once to his residence. He o> j
OHoIClaJj..inhll
Curiosity Store, declined a reception or serenade, last an fir1 ,
WALTER B. YATES. Motaty Puttie. | Corner Fourth anti"Centre Sts !
Fenuandina, Oct.9. '*): -Im. I jWitt. i, wisely believing he would see enough would t..
FEUXAXDIXA, FLA. '
-- of that sort of thing dining the next The aTom
LAKE Keep constantly on hand a Itrgeppl.r of
: few years. The general says no man part witljj

Watchmaker and Jeweler Dress Trimmings :j I I I can talk politics with him while he sent U

and Fancy Notions. remains here, but that remains to be I to the l'
i Stationery, <<:tc.
Second Sirwl.North of Sinuorn & Hoyt, have just :j --_ -- - 1 seen. There are lots of politicians : fill as a
received an elegant line of !I
I To Orange Growers and Shippers: who differ with him on the point. of its o?

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, ;j %Ir. Hayes has ordered another the politic)

Cheap fir Caeli. j j"I I E. E. 111LIJ & SON enumeration of the people in certain dom ol the IS

) Kl'AIKIMr at reawmulile priers, and all work NEW HAVEN CONN. Districts of South Carolina. For the It is with a I
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JA j-iinrunlectl,or moiiry n funded. -H-ljr I I
-- -- .. .- ---- .- Receive FloridaOranges on last two years Mr. Hayes has been iron atom. It!

Watches, Jewelry and Clocks 1 Commission. unable to resist any demand nude riani'i t nonii iila:

AlfRITE THEM FOIl-*. CIItCULAKS G1VIXUrAKTICCLAll I'tfSAKBORN&HOW upon him by the Radicals of his par- ings develop thj;

-UKI'AIKED BY- I Ity. III this particular case, General If the obscure an!

Francis A. Walker, Superintendent ot man in this pli
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F. W. A'NSLEY, ,! of the Census, has verrifietl by recount ing at all, hiis p|

I WIJOU; .\U; [ the very careful enumeration training -rliooJparadox

Cw.TRE STaI.T. FlBSAXDIXA, FLA. j made in June, antI pronounces it tit,
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I.T.IGATOKTEETII &SEA-DEAN JEWFLKY GROCERS correct. Yet upon the demand of hit i.luth
A always on hand,and made to ord.r. 43-tf
i j scheming l'olitichnllIr.. Hayes puts greatest'illnaht'j
TA IL AUTIIUae. FORD AX1>
the country to the expense ol a repetition -
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Ship Olinncllcix.LUMP.Ell .
D entis't, : id all the work. noble instjjnature

AND NAVAL STOKES TI.e Department reports are all of is!
(4tli St., bet. Ontrc anti AUichun,)
an encouraging character. Even the with soiin|
FEUNANHIXA. - - FLOKHU.
and
Provisions Groceries '
Indians said be Wisdom '
-- -- --------- --- are to improving, ac- ,
H. \\ ii. l'Ol'J. .it Bottom Trico.A .
]) i cording to the official statement three toj

.PHYSICIAN AND SUIJOEON, Large Stock o!- i Thre turned up here yesterday which IOlmUlliolloll

-<',F1CK- rot-cries. j a man who claims that both General y
Provisions
At Clay' Drug Store.Can Ciockery, Garfield and 'lIeralI1ancoc have by himself

toP found nt night at rn-Uence on 5th Street, Hardware, transferred their Presidential rights possible to
b"I...<:<'n I untie uud Aili.TM. lrv roods,
to him. He has just inspected the wisdom i.sthority
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& II. J. BAKEU, Purrs j WLite House, and is satisfied withit. without

Sash, These insane claimants of the cursed of all thii,
.\ATTOUSKYS LA\V. I
IJlimls.Paints, 'i Presidency turn up every few weeks of the best
FESNAXDISA i JACRSOXVILLE FL.\. ,
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-- Oils and i throughout the year. :\(dLY.. are three p.

Varnishes. P. S.-Please excuse short letterI its first t
JAS. McWATTERS
Extremely Low for Cash. to-day. finished ui:'

House, Sign and Carriage Painter; sfinl: orders 1t once, or call a.ul cxamir.c ,i .. We talk, not

LSOCalsominer before ijurchisn-r. elsewhere.KAN15O1JX Lofty Towers.
body politic,
Glazier and Paper & HOYT, I The crown William Penn's hat, alone belc
Seti-r.'l St.. Fernandinu, Fla.WliXTEll .
Hanger.Orders which is to adorn his thirty-six foot
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should IK left ALVKKSOX STutKEIi
S Carpenter Shop Fourth Street, SCHEDULE. statue surmounting the lofty tower the freedonj

Fernandina. Florida. 19tfPainter i of the new Philadelphia public buildings seek a 1'if' 'a

OCEAN" will be just 535 feet from the
D. ALVERSON
pavement. This is higher tlta

and Carpenter, IsrU SH1P I COMPANY other tower yet constructed 1'rSteeple

Special attention given lo rcpairiui in New York City, wlj

Furniture Etc. I CO.-CMCTINO KSQirLAtLT WIT)! i seems so imposing with its hcighj2S4
Buggies, Wagons, feet, shrinks into insignificanjcomparison
All work in my line executed with dis-
NEW YORK STEAMERS.
jiiitch. Shop on Fourth Street, between with the lofty

l'l'nlrend Ahchua. Fernandina Fla. which is intended to be the crow
13-tf. Tlll.1 IHTUKOXLT
: glory of Penn Square. The hit

J. RIIAR'r, Strictly Inland Route from Florida. towers which have yet been c<]

structed are those of the C'olod
lIerehaJl'ailor I lilt NKV AND H.EOiNT STKAMf R
I ; Cathedral, which have at pn'senj

Centre Street. Corner Seventh, "-vt'Lo-o'-"DA; height ot 524 feet 11 inches, or
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Fcriiiiniliiiii Fla.W.
---. -.-- I feet 1 inch below Mri'enn's pr

II. CUSIIING (JAI'T. GKO. II. WHITE 3, I 1 ed hat. As, however, the (.?.}
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WILL leave. Frtnnndina for Savannah every towers are still unfinished, and alI
)\Y And FRIDAY mOrnilll.conn"cllDl
RESIDENT with steamers furI'W York on Ulauod I an ultimate altitude of 57Ci fl
SATURDAY.
j I ;i inches the Perm Square Tower
I ,Cl_ connection with all point on the Transit nnever
OTOaRAfHEH.s Rairna and Legates for Tampa, Key West. lUta- !I enjoy the distinction ol 1I
na anti New (Jrle:>lu.
A boo with "tc mpr Flora fur St.Mary's River,and I the highest in the world. 'f
with slwmiT for Ent>rptLsp. Mcllimville and intermediate -
in all the Popular Styles. landings on the upper St. Jnhnn.Onicit lowing arc the heights of sonvl

VIEWS in any part of the Slate South.arm* at Fernandina every 'WED chief lofty buildings : Towel ti-
made t o Order. NEIL 1Yand SATURDAY.Thi .
-0- Nicholas, at Hamburg, 473 L '
steamer wa built txpreiwly for thin route, r'r-
Fourth St.,between Centre and Alachua, and is unequalled for peed, passenger accommoda- : inch; cupola of St. Peter's, Ror
FKHSANDIXA, Florida. dons and Ir.ight faci'itie"
. I feet 2 inches Cathedral
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Through tickets to New York, and state-rooms
:ICEBEEF.'V.: secured at office ol- W. B. THO'lSO'i.tl'nt, Stra41Jurg. 465 feet 11 inches]

.rn.Ddllla, Fia. '| mid of Cheops, 449 feet 5 inc
H. It. CHRISTIAN, SoIIeitingAgent. GOtfST.
K. BA U KNIGHT, j er of St. Stephen's Viennnj ,
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FEUNANDm.\, FLA.. MARY'S RIVER PACKET.STEAMER 1 0 inches; tower of St.

'VIIOLESALE RETAIL DEALER IX I I j Landshntt, 434 feet 8 incheS

-I tr mz m- r;= i dral spire at Frieburg,
JC-a '
FLORA I inch; Cathedral at Antjve'j

N_ And Tennessee_Stall-Fed Beef. CAPT. RICHARDSON, !11n inches Cathedral at Flj Fa.
Will leave Jl'erMD.iin..very MONDAY and THCKBAT ;>>P
. The Best of Meats I at 8 a. m. from CENTRE bTRET DOCK for feet 5 inches; 6'f4F
; -H nd- ridge
I feet 1 inch
"',, The Purest of Ice I Trader's Hill, ; o
'., Cathedral, 260 feet 5
' OL'NTRY orders filled on short rotire. with ami .immediite landings on the St. Mary's River
m..f...,;, C piomptne and dbpateh. TTKKilS CASH. I Through Bills of LadingFROM dral tower at Madge

" I inches; tower ot ,
, : CON'VER.TS'p NEW YORK by the MALLORY LINE cl I h"., \
I STEAM h.R3 to all poibti on the St Mary t Vienna, 3i )I
.
. the I:atll fa !
.(:i. ALL \'ILL, NOW CO)1EXD HAVE Close Connectionmade ."of ;t
lv s; ami R. ...,.
YOUR SOLfcS SAVED BV ., ...
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with the New York and Savannah ate] P .
Mark all trooit"Care of .t amcr Ma)flowe 'J
nauditut, Flonda."
A. FW11'OLDRemember t y ,
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Cood
Accommodate ,
for the '
the soles you have been treadP will find this Pasaengera.a very attractive Kxeurinoni.tj.-trjirnah.: T :
:.. ins on,'can be saved-Cheap for Ca-h. is grand and alligators and otlt **" IC ft. X"4 ,jl'
Second street between Centre and Alach- dant. For further informatioo'r'.t.me are % "
tca.'uuaDdina 1'loriJa. 13-tC I TIVHf W. B-'In l tO>
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he only geiiurrri RERPY&BRGIttAxVPACrcl.as

Havana filled 5-cent, ciIfff -
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"a ? inthe jnaiket. Unlike its imitations

i q 11 11I this cigar is free from all noxious 1- AID DULIU ix-
.,ij will con- .
flavorings and injurious substances. -

uile the following It improves with age, while the

rrVnigenunts have been : others deteriorate.

I C' ILII ILIIIP 4 with the S. J." & W., the I I A trial will convince you of its 111! '

& W. I 'r, and the Florida I merits.
The Flower can only be
o.3Y
ral Railroads the delegates
whereby obtained at A. HOITKI.'S CUJIAX CIGAR -
: the Convention will '
attending STOCK on Center btreet. 1C-

those I --.-------- .
be passed for half lars over
Reatt. vhat Gen. 0. T. (Tige) Andersonsays
atni- lines; it is probable the same arrange- :

mClltlJ: will be made ilh the J. P. & MESSRS. HUTCUINSON & BRO.-Gentlemen

-Westhe 51. 11. R. and with some ol the steamers -I have been a great sufferer from l wLt:u.sM
m'urnlgia-the attacks lasting for days. I
on the St. J ohll' river. had tried every known remedy without

ttaee I Those ministers or delegates designing : being relieved.. In"my last attack, I tried COOK AND PARLOR STOVES
your Neuralgine, and in a short time
I to attend the convention will was perfectly cured. It is a consolationto HEETERS RANGERS,

please address a Letter or postal cardas I know that I have at least a remedy that I ,
hjects I controlls this painlul disease, and I can Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
Jtti; inheat early as pos'iblc to that effect to cheerfully recommend it to all who sufferas

either one of the following gentleman I I do. G. T. .\ DERSOS. HOOFING AND GUTTEIUNG.
rs' Atlanta, April 18, '';9. Chief of Police.
the committee hospitalities
comprising on For sale by J. L. Clay, Fernrudina, Fla.
Madison : C. \V. Stevens, Just reran ej a lame consignment of S otre.:

I T. J. StiiTty and E. D. Ileggs.Jiul SCULL'SHOALS, GA.. Greene Co., ) THE COOK'S JEWELIt

ripina. Au'ust---ro--- .. 187C. ,t
MR. W. II. BAKKATT:
Mclirati'dol ;!e Tumb1ipresented us this ; RI'Iropn..teIYIILmrd-ltl a jewaLWe
D ?Au Sin-1 have sold DK. GILDEU'S
week with cluster of five and
% 1rcad a large PILLS for the past two yeur, and find will not be Undersold.
K-autiful or.tnges from a budded tree j that all in the neighborhood approve them.

JJB; infant four years old laat May. The Judge 'The physicians have recommended them, Second Street,bet worn Centre and Anh, .
Fla.w
\tr* head of has a magnificent young grove of several I'I, and the people will have none other. They \34U8,30'29tf Fcrnandina.
are better LIVER PILLS than any I haTe zm
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hundred trees the city -
near M
in LU T4
a
iped
knowledge of. Very respectfully Vl .
any CI) /
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Starke
Telegraph.
,ul 4111 Im- HENRY MOORE. ) ney
For pale hy J. L. Clay, Fernandina, FlaTUSKEGEK - C 0
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11 lamirpriginals- County Contention. P.r Q 2I

ALA July 28 1878. OF a = 0101
FBUNANDINA Nov. 27 1880 I
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DR. C. J. :MoFFETT-Dear Sir-Justice ,.
Cc .int of The Democratic voters of the various to you demands that I hould give you my ---, z'Q ].OS.:: ::. ... rn--:
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j hey arebjectB districts in the county will experience with yoiu excellent medicine, ........... ... f s-G O :
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Teethina. Our little girl, just thirteen t : :
meet at the places designated by the 1 months old has had much trouble teething -= as Ca i :-fJ to

'e muse- several committees for the purposeof Every remeby was exhausted in shape of
prescriptions from our family physician.Her .
|ch as the electing delegates to a County J bowels continued to pass off pure

r tile Capi- Convention, which is hereby called blood, and burning fever continued for -E3
j I days nt a time. Her life was almost'dis-
.: wonder of all to meet at Callahnn, on Saturday, paired of. Her mother determined to tryTeethina

December 18th, 1880, to iiomanate and, inn day or two, there was 0 : .:
=- 0 o
life had ruturned-the 0
a change-new
['annot omit a de- county officers. ", bowels great were nearly regula, and thanks to -_=--- .- 0. -S. 0 -:

Eli of Titus, erect- The disticts will be al1QvcJthe Teethiua, the little babe is now doing well
Yours etc., D. W. MclVEU TIIEFK1LNANDINACorner
|>r of the conquest I following representatives: I I Editor & proprietor Tuskegee_(Ala)JV'ew ,I

Capture of Jernsa- I Precinct No. 1-Fernandina... . .11 Del. srA 1;
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r white I'entaltcway 41 No. 2-Amelia. ......... 2 Commissioner's Sale.BY . .

No. 3-D.kenille. .. . .. 2 virtue of an order granted by the !? rt .
with four of Nassau Flor- ; }
'S No. 4-Coneville.. .. ... 2 I ) Judge county, 'I ft ,
l and of the ida, on the petition of John Owens, executor -
4' No. 5 Hart's Road. . 3 "
I of the estate of William Wingate deceased t IIIF
ipnt divided No. 6-0Jom's lnnch.. 4 I, the undersigned Commissioner m 69- i

.'hole eurMg .. No. 7-King's Ferry.. . 4 I appointed for this purpose, will sell to the
bidder the (5th day of December -
.. highest on
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No. 8-Dunn's Creek... 2
an uit I following Fourth and AL chug Street,
.. A. D. 1880, n legal sale day, the -
towards' No. D-Calbhnn .. .. .. 6 dt'scribt'Illands belonging to said estateof
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[ P. I. COURIER Proprietor.
'a No. 10-L Iligginbolham. William Wingate deceased, to wit: The ,
TIc i -- ----.
It'd. .. W. and J. Lofton grants, or sections
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No. 11-Duttou's . .. .. 3 D.III' F. Gairrox STOT B. LAPD,
Arch and 55, excepting 200 acres. Alo the
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II. J. 15.MCI:it, Chu run n. I John Wing te grunt, or section 53, in Late Commissioner of Patents.

war, Titustriumphal J. A. EIIWAIUIM, Swn-lary. tow nship 3, north of range 27 east, con- '
taining 720 acres more or less, nil in the :
-For Midifif.Ulitor I' -. county of Nassau, State or Florida. Prrg l n2"MilPAHT It ijjml I ;s

rocs. purnd Purchaser's to pay for titles = .--= = -'
[ Lictors Jurptcss: We respectfully JOhN A. EDWARDS, -.. --

Ke sol propose to the."ulerll of the txainty Commissioner. G2AFT01I & LADD,
other the name of P. Ke'.ly for the office uf Att rrnPya-at-Lazo and Sulieitan of America

Chief trophies Sheriff of Nassau county. and Fvretyn Patents.

"all'm-tlle, gold. Many Citizen RICE PLANTATION FOR SALE.The 412 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. P.3RCriCK .
| patent law in all iU branchei in the
Crumpets and the Housekeepers housekeepers !! Following Farms situated JL Patent offir*. and in the Supreme and Circuit
on the Great atilU Hirer, thirty miles t:ourt-of the United Slaten. fviophlrt tent free nn
Idle Mick. The
Can get more Furniture, ietlding, Horn St. Andrew's Sound, are offered lor receipt of stamp for ponUR'1._ 41-ta

fc.ii.itiHiitiJith Wooden and Tin-ware, Crockery and s.ilint very low rates :
:8 :
0. S XTa
1 in the cen- Stoves for their money than elsewhere I I ONE RICE PLANTATION, containing ,
'. in the South at I i 518 acres, 160 acres under banks. The
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improvement consist of a large barn andlaborers' FANCY BREAD AND'tAHEBAKER
C. O. LIVINGSTON'SJacksonville
IIOUPCB. all in good repiir.
Fla. ONE HIVE PLANTATION, known as
Arch of Titussteps the "Ashley Place.1 containing 150 acres,
on the ATnE!\s. Gv February 23, 1818.: 50 acres under cultivation this year.
Sin: My child, five years old, had I ONE HK'E PLANTATION, known ns"Memphred's
t which led] symptoms ol worms. 1 tried calomel und Island" 470 acres. Splendid Coriier Third and Broome S'o., (opposite MaD,>_
I which sur- other Worm Medicines, but failed to expel I, mill Rite.ONE n\1ur,) FeruaDtlinn, Fla.
any. Seeing M r. Bain'e certificate I got a COTTON PLANTATION, containing
Venus_ and vial of your Worm Oil, stud the first dope 422 acres. This place contains alame Please call and givo me a trial

if cewaI y brought forty worms, and the second I dwelling house,
? dose bo many were passed 1 did not count For further particulars address, .
THE BEST PAPER! TRY IT!
hem. S. II. AD MS. JNO. A. WHITNEY, _
r.: Clay,agent, Fernandina. Fla. 14 Fernandina Fla.
--- -- --- BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED.
A Remarkable Result. I
ANGEL & FRIEND
It makes no different how many pliysi '
3c tbar.:
ns, or how much medicine yoJi have I B\KERS AND .
d, it is now an established that I
man Syrup is the only remedy \\hlch CONFECTIONERSCHOICE The Scientific AmericanThe
I Driven complete satisfaction in severes I

[' of Lung diseases. It is true there are I
I thousands of:persons who arc predi Groceries Cigars and TobaccoTOYS Scientific American is a large First-
I Class Weekly Newspaper ol Sixteen
h) >ed to throat andlung uttections eonKmption Pages
hemorrhages asthma, severe I AND FANCY ARTICLES. printed in the most beautiful style, profusely -
I- -U jilds settled on the breast, pheumonia, illustrated with splended engravings
pooping cough &c.,who have no per m. Weddings<< Entertainments and Picnics representing the newest Inventions and
Iii n.SJnoH letlge of Iloschcc's German : furnished at the shortest notice, at Rack the most recent Advances in the ArIA and
Ireuch we would say that 50,000 dozen Bottom li ice*, atANGERS Sciences; including New and Interesting
ice 1C)1l11l\st year without one complaint. BAKEllY. Facts in Agriculture, Ilorticult re. the
Mimptives. try just one bottle Kegu- I Home Health, :Medical Progress, Social
7.t 73 ((,Ilts. Sold by all druggists in Centre St opposite old post office building Science, Natural History Gl'Ology.stron
F4hr rica. For sale by Jno. L. Clay I I I.ultlalh --- -- --- - omy. The most valuable practical papers.
i b.rcminent.writers in all departments of
Sew Under thc Sun. SEVERALTHOUSAND ACRES Science, will be found in the ScientificAmerican.

FA new era is dawning upon the life of .
i' High. Rolling, Rich HAMMOCK LAND, Tcr 11.CO hal
Ol11an. Hitherto she been called upon to ; j. 9.43.20 per year. year,
r situated one mile from steamboat landing 'which inoXideg postageDiscount to Agents
Ter the ills of mankind and her own be
", The frequent and distressing irreg- ron Orange ake. Cleared and fenced. Specially Single copies, ten cents. Sold by *dlNewsdealers.
adapted to Orange and Vegetable .
w I fcics peculiar her have Remit by postal 0'
to sex longo
her the "direful of : crowing. Just the place tor large colonies. :MUNN &Publishers,37 Park Row._
spring woe un-
: Not visited by frosts. In quantities to suit '
y ? 'red" In the mansion of the rich, i purchasers, PA 1111 Ct c'. SCIENTIFIC In connection with AMERICAN the-
II'iwr the hovel oi propertLlike, woman
(en the constant, yet patient victim i Messrs Munn d; Co, are Solicitorsof
bousand ills unknown to man-and : 'OR. A..I1E. American and Foreign Patents, have

: + [Without a remedy. *'0h I. nl'howin I had 35 years experience, and now hare
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a" the agony of her soul has she Also two hundred acre plantation, situa- the largest establishment in the world.
' l,>But now the hour of her redemp- i ted immediately on Orange Lake, containIng Patents are obtained on the test terms.
ten olI A special notice is made in the Scientific
r III 1 omP She will suffer no more for acres
iford's Female Ilegulator W 0- I American of all Inventions patented

,IJ5'k ,sat Friend-may be relied on to TREES through this Agency with the name and
I residence of the
peculiar to women. Try it iOR.ANljE patentee. By the Immense
cod, Jno. L- Clay NCnt.NTS. j circulation thus given, public attention
kr. beginning to bear. Sawmill'and buildings. is directed to the merits of the
Under fence, and partly cleared. Adaptedto new patent, and sales or introduction often
u : fruit and vegetable growing. This placeis easily effected.

the steamboat landing for large section I Any person who has made a new discovery -
., of rich farming country, rendering it a fa. or invention, can ascertain, free of
}' IIr 4h aid ,tjons, or for im- I vorable location for the establishment of a ,I charge, whether patent can probably be
veats Infringe profitable business. Address obtained, by wri iug to Mann & Co. We
JNO. A. WHITNEY always send tree hand
.- our book about the
L, j Office Fernandina Express, Patent Laws, Patents, Caveats. TradeMarks -
y Fernandina, Florida I I their costs, and how procured, with
hints for
*nCt' ; in most cases, be procuring advances on inven-
In Clrcnit Court of Florida Fourth
tions
Address for the Paper
or
I g opposite the U. S. concerning
I Judicial Circuitassan County. Patents, 1
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;"nc ; IVELT. we can se-I WILLIAM L. LAKE, ) KTOU ft CO.. 37 Park Bor, New York.

hl I S:,I;,";r;"' I, "ti 91'i'rrN a 13i1er than ho who vs. \Bill for Divorce. Branch Office, corner F/& 7th Streets
i. ..' ingtonm LLonsA LAKE., ) Washingson, D. C.

."1'1 H")'jJ, rrjEREAS.. it' has been made to appear

,.,/ '' \ I by affidavit, filed in said case, laths and, Lumber.LATHS .
I t the de1epdant, Louisa I. Lake
.,1 ,; k lives
',.,i'IIIII'T 1",11"""I f the State: of Florida, to-wit: at Os- of the best quality will be de
,: p'" (, I\;\" ,11\"\', .:''"the State of New,York. Now on j, at Fernandina at from f L80 to

;- ,,; 'j',!,,, I nit is ordered that the said de-' 2.00 per thousand, In any quantity.
'I I I ,' k'a"u "ppea: and answer the Address
.. comet .. s. J. TEMI LE.
V gJl'44r'r'' '' 16 Jite case on or before 'the ....,( Tenipfc' Mills, Kla
,. in December, 1880, or thee
IdRWIII" :taken as confessed. ti.Kb,aQmg7 Ie..P4we
$ bu.Ore*Ioo taaets Aoetnea.
C!. W. MAXWELL 1aA&'''''''''' Y.asr.b Oa.1YaIaLTra.
r Clerk Circuit Court Nissan County.
Fernandina Fla. 10 B roar Job Work right In. We Uskl11 *a mpe-
f(: ,Angnit 1880.1m da1tr of l'OIiten,Dodgtts. ,.Cards,etc.

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learn that he obtained several ads, peop'e that his services are apprecia- is ar
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.' SATURDAY DECEMBER 4 8<(I. from uiii !>uit.e-H men, and believe ted. Therean certainly be found

they lisle guml it.\'t> tml'lIt. Mr. and eiHi lent.
--- --- -- .1.0 one mote cap.ible is at
Snbocrlplloii Price:
One copy,one year.l-i ndmner..........,.....*"'.00 Moore gives un>-t t ncotir.igin reports I For Tax Collector Mr. F J Y.tit '
One copy,six month- m: *(Y D 'eo.......... .. I 00 of the future of Bradford is c a,,1$ a
One copy,three montb. to a-Nance......... ... .M oniu- exidciitly the coining man. })uria : StipendOnlv
The X will be placed wi the subacri:.'r',. ji're'three ty. his ailintc-rim :ll'l'ollltlUcnt11'. Scott : '
mimbr wt :
consecutive bctore the subscuplumexpire ,
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*. performed the duties of his office in P'AII.Great
Santa Fe Canal. ,
Rate AdrertUInz::;: such a manner as to rank first i +
among
We informed Mr. D. S.
One square of 8 line or lens,one in.ertion-f 1.00 are by
a.ditlonaltnsertlon.......... ........... .SO Place that the annual the collectors of Nassau county. His it ;
A liberal deduction from the above rates will be Secretary,
. md with lb'.*e who advertise by the quarter, six i" meeting of the Santa Fe Canal Company collections were closely made and defy eomilPAtL a:
tanontha
or year.
Editorial Notice five cents per line for each and will take place on Monday, promptly turned over to the proper Fll

every insertion. officials. Mr. Scott is the only one
December 13th, 1880.
. whose name we have heard mentioned
Notice. -- --- The threl

The forma orthe FfcaiAKDiMA: EXFKFIW are closedon The E monL in connection with the office, and Funke's Nev

Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Advertisers will This justly favorite Florida Hotelwas his
re-appointment seems eartretiydesired
please take notice and govern themselves accordingly :iew Fat *
opened on Wednesday night by his fellow titiz'n Panl Fink

last under the management of the I For Tax Assessor the names of fern Its large :

A regular communication of Amelia Lodge. Messrs Goodsell. These gentlemenare Messrs W. B. Hardee and W. H.Gar- Goods Boots
No.47. F. & A. Mill be held on Monday |
*evening Dec. 13th at 7:30 o'clock sharp. |' well known in hotel circle, and I land before the Either New York cos!
Transient brethren are fraternally in\tied are people.
atund. W. F. SCOTT, "W. M. will doubtless hold the Egmont I every steamer
Jl4o. A. Vr'BITKKT,SoC S.tf up ot these gentlemen will doubtless fill
rior
to its acquired. reputation. the office efficiently, and the convention selection.
CUAPTER NO. 23, It. A. ST., -- Fall and
NASSAU
r mnd. will have to tlt'clde between
Regular meeting December pith at 7\i o'clocV at New York c
Transient Companions fraternally invited to attend On Amelia Island beach, a fine, them. Mr. Garland has labored assiduously -
New York StorrHammt'rly"g
I large sail boat, bvaiin; the name to acquaint liimsels with

Pout Office Hour "W.1.. WilliamsThe owner can the properlY of the county and, we 1
Office Hour -From 8:00.Y.. to C;00 P.M. I of milk and
Money Orders and Registered Letters i obtain the same by proving property believe has given universal satiifac- arel1elighlCul pure bef

from 8:00 A. M. to 1.00 p. M. ; and from 2.00 I an \ paying charges.JAMES .
P. M. to 3:30 P. M. Sundays from 10:30 to tion.For
As christmiH
11:30 A. M. and 3:30 to 4::;0 P. M. DRUMMOXDS, County Superintendent of

AUUIVAL AND EEPAHTCHE OF THE MAILS. Fermndina Fla. Public Schools we have heard of no one seem to expe

Karthern Mail Arrives daily at 10:30 A M. Public_ name suggested but that of Ir.Y.. you would reallyHammcrly'
Closes 3.00 P M. School Notice. :*.
Southern J.il-ArriVt.'S" 3 =30.-\ A. Mahoney, the present incumbent.
: M. Hon. W. P. Haisley, Superintendent ,
u The well known al
Iscs" 10:00AM. Under Mahoney the standard of
I of Public Instruction for the Stateof
Hot Tom and
St. J/arV and Traded Hill Mid- Jerry,
the schools has been raised and the
I Florida will address the people of and keeps out
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 P M. care, !
number of schools increased. His
Closes Mondays and Thursdays ut 8:00 A Nassau county in Fcrnandina on to be had at Hammei

Si -Jfary" Ga only- I'I I reappointment would be most satisfactory -
Wednesday cvrniug, the 8th instant,
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 A. I to parent, teachers and the A Couch Cold or So j
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M'I at 7.-O'clock. Subject : Our Public be stopi eil Neglect fire]
county generally. Incurable Luna Dist
nn
Wedn'sdays : A. School System.
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Wednesdays - -- tion. BROWN'S'mm.sE
Closes Tuesdays and ,
Every body should come out to hear The Mrcel
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. )1.1 :; ire certain to'e

SAMUEL T. RIDDELL. P. 31. him. While we dislike being considereda Rronchitua, Coughs Cata
and Throat discuses. Fol
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Church Directory. willing to concede that our Board of sid:,"!!, and always give
In looking over the completed ass tion.
They are not ne
PRESBYTERIAN.Rev. e.ssment book for this county, we find Councilmen and Sanitary committee :,vinl:! been tested by wij
,J. II. )Irer I>.D.,Pastor. Services at 11 I
I have done well, yet we cannot refrain iu>e for nearly an entire
a. m.and 8 p. m. Sun Liynchool 9.15 a. nv. Prayer that there are 314,262 acres of I.md attained
have wen mess
Meeting Thursday, 8 p. m. strangers and citizens from them lew hints in
I giving a regard -
are cordially invited. assessed of which only 3,564 are improved the few staple remedies oil
EPISCOPAL. to the streets, drainage, etc. In lie speakers anti Mnei-r!" U8
and under cultivation. The
Rev. O. P. Tbackara,I'lII the first will call their
attention
Prayers at 4 p. m. 6und.iv.school 3:10 p. m. Wei k- total tax valuation of property in the place we five cents :i box ewrywheij
day service Friday 4 p. m. hi'uts fre. Strand to the fact that on Ashe street
and otters are cordially invited to attend. county is 968186. There is a State 15 Slop Organs Sub
CATHOLIC.Rev. I between Sixth and Seventh, there is
J. F.O'Boylis Pitntor. Benii-ea at OM Town tax of $7151,73 and a county tax of Bn4 tint! (;|
UomatBa. m. At New Town-Hijjh Mv and an open dram, three feet wide and
SSlOO')3.6!) to be ral="ectVe compliment gOS-Ko-a In the I). S.j
Sermon,10JOa..D1CateehIRm.4 p.mVespcrs,7.30 p.m about the in the
same depth, running !
METHODIST EPISCOPAL. I i Mr. Garland upon the neat ap- Open you
Kcv. J. AtkinK, Fwtor.Service at 11 1\. in. anell mldd'i of the street, rendering the Before you send North ll
7.30 m. Prayer Meeting pearanceof his book, and upon the
p every Wednesday Spread eagle atlvertisenientltell
in j at 8 o'o itW. ev..n'l passage of vehicles dangerous. The
I exact
tHI'fIST. numerous improvements he has intro- the truth. IJctmht.3
Rev.; II. M. King Paittor. Services on the first andrecond duced. drain on Seventh street is crossed by or same prices can "
Suni'ava in each month, at II a.m. and 7:30 See these otters ont
one or two narrow planks, ndanger-
p.m. Sunday'hool"tt.30 p. m. --- -- -- seta Hl.'Cts Sub Rasa and
COLORED CHURCHES. Kin;:'* Variety Store. the limbs and lives of .
I ing lelatet111e- fill Case, Only $<:>; 9 Stop
Trimly Methodist RpiacupntRev.. J. O. Howard, No doubt n any of our readers, destriann. Ninth north of only $")!>; 7 Stops. 3 seta I:
1'uitor. services at 11 a. in. 4 n. m. and 7:30 p m. street,
Sunday-school a.m. l'/liJer Meeting Wednesday, and JJook ins ut ii. PI.\
particularly those residing in tIle i
Centre has been rendered
at 7 o'cIOt'k..4friM" absolutely large size, Rich KOSCW7j .
Metkndmt Epurnpat.-Rvv. E..1. Brookens city, have for the past two weeks noticed the Oci, largest size
impassable by deep gnlleywashed
Parlor. Services at 1A.. n..,3pm.and 7:30 p. m. |
8uniU>-M.hool!I.. Dr. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, a general air of stir and bustle the rains. Square Grand extra|
out by recent heavy Case
at. o'clock. | only $ ;;O.1'
First Ba/Jti..t.-ReT.John All.tonI'II tor.Services around what has often been called Our shell r..all, the only attractive tied All from olt
at II a.m.. J p. m. and 7:30 p. in. Bundny-prhool 1 the "handsomest in and 'illy guarantee
I store the
9 a. m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 o'cock. | city"King's drive, and affording the only pleasureto I We pay freight if lu
Keeund B"ptist.-Rev. Levi Cook. Pastor Seri- Curiosity and Variety Store. is most lively the best bar|
visitors in a terribly dilapidated
crsat 11 a m.:1 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun.layaehool -
9 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, at 7 Let us whisper 't softly-they are condition. At between mistake about thi
o'clock I I one point and competitionfor

_ I II preparing to receive old Santa Claus! here and the beach it is entirely Fall Prices ll

TOWN. TALK.The i A most excellent assortment of toys flooded, water being several feet Music Adores House LUDDE SavJ
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Board of County Commissioner ed and will arrive in ample time to be obviate thN. In fact there is sad Mothers! Jlo

met this week and reviewed well displayed before Christmas arrives. Are y' u distu
need of of
streets
: improxemenl our nf y oar rest hyI
the assessment rolls and certified to Articles suitable for all .
ag., throughout the town, and althoughwe I crying with th
their coirectmss.Mr. i sexes, sizes and classes will be found tint teeth
doubt not that our official have bottle Hf SIR:

P ul Funke is constantly I in neat array, and a little investigation :I them in contemplation, we nevertheless I SYItl"P. It

Adding to his tock of general merchandise will dev.Iop the fact that pricesare i urge upon them the necessity for sufferer there i'i no im.I'motlllr t

and can mpply the wants I low. prompt measures to correct these 00whll i
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rates. He ranks A. No. 1 Our County Ofllccr slot her, anperatint

among the merchants of this city. As will be toel'uy the call lor a SiNTA CLAUS BIAR r to use in r ,

County Convention, published clc1 '-
and
-Mr. Win. Lawtey cleared on j is tl

Tuesday last. The German Ba.k i where in this issue, the county officers anti hew ;. ,
the UtCents
Libcrta, Capt. Hermann, for Queens-1 for the eirMiing four years are to Grand Central Depot for Toys
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town for orders. Her cargo consisted ,I be selected on the 18th lUst. This \* -AND- 's'tlsrt'

of 164,000 feet pitch pine lumber, a matter of the utmost importance to I ,,

1,400 cubic feet cedar, 226 barrels t our citizens, and one in which they Christmas and New Year Presents I t tAT

spirits turpentine, and 878 barrels 1 should interest themselves It is left -

rosin, valued at $10,540. I with them who should till the offices,

and no blame cat be all ahed to anyone KING'S VARIETY STORI
-Mr. S. A. Swann is petting a '
J but themselves if the st sclectioi b sl:
most excellent example to our bU! ale not wisely made. So far as we
nets men generally. IIU improvement ;
have been able to observation Fernandina
| judge by -
of the sidewalk on north side : ,
the people feel willing and anxious -
of Centre street,, between Second I
to of the incumbents
and Third, is worthy of emulation give most present We are offering at _.
another clrinee. and at prices that defy coiftjcq
lit has \'arica1the oi brickby .
monotony sands of articles of interest
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For County Judge, Jn<1ge II. J.
putting down a concrete walk. can only enumerate a few:
i Baker is eminently suited and has i :
Toys, Easels, Splints, Station(
-A mulatto man by the name of j given universal satM.iction. Ills reappointment ri ures.: Hocking Horses,flcr --4i; i

Scott, who was employed as cook by Japanese Good,Can Vi
is cordially recommended ilosiery,Bracket,Wj 'r 'ts
the dock hands j
went through sever-
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by all. eu. Card Cases a. ,
al of their trunks the other day and i Frames, Gb" ,, 1" k
For County Clerk no one more h 7
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Sets Fan r
succeeded in getting oft with fifty-1! a. ,..
conversant with the affairs of the and L' *
five dollars. lIe wan pur"ued a< far PIaLFancy tk
office, or more faithful ti-d competentthan dry.
as Jes.-up by Mr. Elltrmann and : -
captured
Mr. Jno. A. Edwards, the pres- eta Foot
and brought back on W cdnes- Mantle ShelBooks.Writin
ent Depn'.y clerk, cr.n be found. Mr.
day. lIe now in tle.county : :fey
reposes Edwards has virtually filled the< office ture Frames, R

jail. I for the past two year, and his appointment Vases Good, Notion Quality?, Doll J ; It

-The Russian Bark UVko, Capt. will give the utmost satis- Extension Tables, Ex

Merlin, forty-seven days out from faction. Should the convention decide Barrows. Parlor CCircWlCamp&J1 ;;:; .
F.f
Liverpool, arrived on Monday night upon him we will congratulatethem Games, Flo'< t'1 -f','.

last, consigned to Mr. \Vnt. Lawtey. '! upon the wisdom of their choice. Building ( ; ;.: ,,

The Usko brings 2,180 sacks of Livj j For the position of Sheriff we be- hcales qnet, ;;t, "M :'

erpool salt. Also arrived Monday ,, lieve the citizens of the county are ClotJ t:) ""'.

night, consigned to Mr. Wm. Law- 'i unanimous for the re-appointment of Doet j -

ley; the British Bark Kavenscliffe, Capt. Peter Cone. The friends ol K y'E11A

Cat L Ilnghec, from St. Vincent, C. : Mr. Pat Kelly have announced his berBaWhips, 9N; i
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V., thirty days out. To load for the name for the office, and 3Ir. Kelly FJys, Ca r'.r ,

Uraled.. Kingdom.We I would beyond doubt fill the office ef- Sets Work Chambij Stan

received a very pleasantvisit ficiently. Either of these gentlemen Tea sets,and i:

this week_ from Mr. W. W.Moore j would make an excellent Sheriff

,of the Starke_ Telegraph. Mr. Capt. Cone has filled the office most First C }

"_ _. Moore is mating the Telegraph | efficiently for the jas-t four years, Suitalt yak'fl,1:

lively and valuable sheet, antI de-j aud his re-al, oilll1nent would be an Plca :.x .
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STATIONS.Iai1- -- : i STATIONS.UO1NO. -1-=aiI-. Tin & Sheet-Iron Ware
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Vrnandma,.. A.M 10:'\O Cedar Key,..' A.M 4:30
I FERNANDINA. FI.A. hart's Road. 11:1811:21' RoKewoo'1.... 5:2fl &:22
lallahanuiton .... .. 12:11112:1"2io niter Creek,.. 6:05 r:2o
.' }) .. 12:50,12\0 BronKou,. .... ;*& 1:15 '
laid*in,..... 1.43 Archer. .... .. 7:50 8:110 -
--0- laxvillc,... .. 1:2.5)) ltutt-.n..... . 8:17 8:18
Lawtey...... 2:55 Arrrcdondo... 8:32 8:35
Tem ple'....... 3:11 3:12 CLOTHI NC, Htarkc; .. 3:173:21 Waldo........ 8:5.' 10:02
Thur.lon..... Su\ 3:14 Tours U.n..... 10:06 10:06
Waldo.... .... 3-* 405 Starke ""."., 10:40 10:43
Galneeville.. 4:51 5:04 Temple',. .. ..10:48 10:52
"idd46t DRY GOODS, Arredondo,.. 5:24 R-.26 Law."' ).. . Him 11:14 -. I
Ration.. 5:40 5:41 M s\'lile... ., 11:1\.1 11:54 J
Archer.. .... S.-58 6:1" Hal..win.. ... 12:21 12:42 .
rr BOOTS AND SHOES ironson,. ... 6:4R fl:5S Duttoit.... ... 1:2- ':29
)tter Creek,.. 7:40.3S 7:55 Callalmn.... 1:51 2:00Rose..ood.
I?I lq I96 r! ; III .... : 8:37 Hart'B Road 2:52 2:54
HATS AND CAPS. Cedar Key,. .. 9:30 P.M. Feraandin.... 3.40Ooxmeotloxis.P.M.

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AT FEP.. AXCII .-STU. FLORENCE. AND DEALER IN
Having just purchased in New York:, From Brunswick and all point. North and

a largf and well assorted stock below West,... .... .................. ............Daily. SIIJ:1IeVEJS
for lir-nswick and all pointf North ana ,
cost, 1 tun prepared to retail wholesale West ............... .........................Daily. Cooking utensils of all kinds.
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prices which will STEAMERS CITY POINT. LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
From Savannah nd Charle.ton..Thuraday
For .. ..........Fnday And Wrought-Iron Pipes.

Defy Competition. STEAMER MAYFLOWER.From Drivinp Wells a Specialty
St. Mar?* River Landings Wednesday Friday -
and Sunday. Uroome St., above Second,
- For St. Mary River Landings, Sunday Tuesday
Thursday.AT FERKANDINA, FLORIDA.

Great reduction in BALDWIN.FLORIDA CENTRAL R. R. 15-tf.
For Jacksonville, Tallabruce and Lire Oak
::,oo I' ......... ...................6:25 a. m., 1:0}p. m.
ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. From Jacksonville,Tallahassee and Lire Oak
..... ................ ....6:41 a. m., 1 and 6 p. m.
l.OO 0Best AT GAINESVILLE. 8 ilelidersoll.
Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa, arrives Monday,
.. ..csoRESS Calica Prints, Wednesday and Fnday. nil
Stage Line for Ocala and' Tampa leaves Tuesday,
> Thursday and Saturday.AT .
5 TO 6 CTS PER YARD.Best CEDAR KEY.-FLORIDA & HAVANA JM'U'/arfuriny and FurnuhmjUNDERTAKES .

"" A, FLOKIDA. S. f;. CO'S STEAMEK8.
--v--- For Key West Mil Havana, anvlog :Monday_Wednesday -
-- and Friday. ,
GinghamS, For Key West and Havana departing Tuesday
IBERS and Saturday. FIFTH BTREET.Fernandina,
For New Orleans arriving and departing..Saturday
10 CTS. PER YARD.0
STEAMER T. J. COCIIRAN.

- From Manatee.. and.. Tampa..Tueaday.. ..... &.. SaturdayFor .. Fla.

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.JA EXPRESS with Clothing and furnishing goods a Savannah, Fla., & Western R. R.

that we will fur-
GEN'L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE )
pekly Commercial. WHOLESALE PRICSa0 S.\\"ANX.m.llr.: 13, 1880. f

rear"for $3.00 and O AND AFTERSUNDAY. Mar. 14th

this clubbing are - Passenger Trains on this Road will run
as follows: L
following famous All otter goods at minimum NIGHT EXPRESS.

oks b"ing Harper's Leave Savannah daily at 4:30 p in METALLIC CASES.
Id in PRICES TO SUIT THE Arrive at Jcssup daily at 7:00 p inAnivc
paper paper at Thoinnsviilc daily at (!'25 a m Wooden CoHin and CAskets,

TIMESAT Arrive at Bainbridge daily at fl.40a m While Metal anti fcihvi Plated
Charlotte Bronte's Arrive at Albany (daily at 10:2 a m
Arrive Live Oak daily at 2:00 1m Trimmings ,

Arrive at Tallahassee daily at 7:00 a m CONSTANTLY ON HANI).

romance of un'versal PAUL FUNKE'SNEW Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 7:;i0 a in L>o (reductions Leave Tallahassee daily at GOO p in
Leave Jacksonville daily at 5:30 p in Preserved until Burial, with &Jr
masterpeice; a store'with YORK STORE, Leave Live Oak daily at ll:15pm without tilt use of Ice.

low births and Leave Albany daily at 4.00 p m
Remains
exhumed and placed inCases
Fornandma, Fla., Leave Bainbridge daily at 4:00 p m
-- -- Leave ThomasviUc daily at 7:35 p ni for removal.
Club. the work that
NO MORE Leave Jessup daily at 6:30 a m 'I'ck.ggraphie orders promptly
[he most numerous and : JrlnrXr .., Arrive at Savannah daily at 9:00 a m "ATTENDED TO.

I No change ot cars between Savannah and 28tl.'JACK:50X'rIJ.LE..
x: OR GOUT ;;.1 Jacks-omille and Savannah and Albany.
fcgo. The terrible tiar- < ACUTEDIt Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars daily between
historian of the Crime ti .s A L I CHIIONlfJA Savannah and Jacksonville. 1'KNSACOLA

er irs of his country.I SURE Sleeping; cars run through to and from \ >-
Savannah and Albany. MAHia Tm"irnRTtTio"'. OrrrcK I
'l'hackers-the most Manufactured only nn
ho works of the wisest Trade Mark, by the EUROPEAN SALICYLIC of the Eulala line daily between Montgomery O T and after Monday,February, 11180.Passenger
Truuu this road will ... follow
CO. Paris oa run :
MEDICINE ot
nndLcipziff. Ala and Jacksonville, without
1 Fatsenger Train-Eruttem BoundDotty.
[ike. One of the most. : change Leave thrttahoochee..2 00 in
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IMmD1ATE RELIEF WARRANTEO TF.UMVNENTCUREGrARANTKED.
I '. Passengers from Savannah for F- man- Quincy. .... ..... ... ...........3 22 p m
|>f pen-pictures of life In NOW OXflllsivcly dina Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this Arrive at Tallahaswe.... .......... ....6 on p .
used by all celebrated Physicians \of personal experiences : and America. The Medical klontr-e'lo .. .. .... .. .. ......710pm
Europe highest Passengers for Darien take this train. Lea\e Urfentllle........ ............8 23 p sa
I Academy of Paris reports 93 cures out ot "\ -l'ngers from Savannah for Bruns- Leave Mndisoii.... .. .... ... .. ......9 2S p n
anit JJefee author 100 cases within three days. wick tike this train arriving at Brunswick Arrive at Live teak. .. ......... .. ....2 15 a mat
I .. Savannah. ........ ..........BlSait
by one of the most Secret.-The only dissolver of tie poisonous 6:00 a. m. .* al Thom,, \"lIle.... ... .... ... ..6 5S a m
TJrio Acid which exists in the Elooi: of Pissenjrers lC'a'inIacon: at 7.15 a. m. Albany........ .. .. ..........10 :S a m
the mysterious and Eiecmati and Patients. (daily icl'ding Sunday) connect at Leave Like City..S S* a m
Gouty Jessup Arrive 1118.1.1",111. .. ..... ..... .. .trtan
Cured. Cured Curetl. Cura with this train for Florida. Arrive at J4cknu\ite.. ...... ... ........760am
Matthew II. S. Dewey Esq, 201 Broadway, Inflammatory Passengers from }o'loril1lby this train Arrive at i"t'rnan.llna..3 411 p 1ft
by 1 connect at Jesj.no with train arriving in at Gaine nlli>...... .. ... ...... ..504paa
ition of the works Ithcuiuittism. C.25 at C.br Keys........ ..... .. .'30 p..
I J. Lenvv, Esq. 455 Wrshington Market Macon at n. m. (daily incl'dingSunday)
: Passenger 7'ramIretC Bount-Daily.Ixave .
ritings owe their Connect at Albany with Passenger trains
t Chronic KlieumatKm. i, Southwestern Jacksonville....... ........... .S 30a mIjuve
ding they display Mrs E. Towne 63 East Ninth stroet Loth ways on Railroad to FiTDHiidin.. ...... ............1030pmIpfcve
: (chalky formations in the joints,) Chronic I and from )Macon Eufaula Montgomery, OiinenriHe.... ....... .. ........ .SifJam
v Mobile, New Orleans etc. Leave C',, Robert Hheu mat isn1. I Mail steamer leaves for Leave luid .m.... .......... ............7 00 a m
in one]. 1. Bainbridge Apalachicola -
A. M. Pruger, 74 Newark Avenue, Jer- Leave Lake City..9 40 P In
iOf these volumes BCV City. Chronic Rheumatism. every Sunday and Thursday e\e. Looa'.H..Y"u..h..4 30 p m
12 I i For Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday Leave Liu' Oak. .. ............ .... ....2 15 a m
jjllinm Black, the \\'n1. K. Arnolli Esq., Wcyliosset st I afternoon. Leave Madiflon................ .........3 SI a m
Providence. it. I., ot tw enty. 'eat'l' Chronic Leave Oreen'lIIe..4 39 a ta
to distinguishedmarvelous Hheuuiati I Close connection at Jacksonville daily Leave Monticello...... ... .... ,0.......500 a 111
bio- John }<'. Chamberlain Esl ., WashingtonClub (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine. Pa- Arrive Taliahaeeoe..7 00 a fa

Washington 1>. C., Rheumatic I latka. Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, Leave Leave T.Ilahassee..5 Quincy.......... ..............lu Cft 30 all a 11\
Gout. i I and all landings on the St John's River. Arrive at Chatuhoochi.... .. .....11 30 a m
and striking John B. Turn ; t(', 100 Sanchez street Trains on B. and A. R. R. leave junction St. ilarli Branth-Tutiilnw, Thurinyt, Saturday
modern au- I San Fiam-isco, Neuralgia and t'c l\tica. I going west at 1 :37 a. m., and for Bruns- Lcune T..n.h"IKII!.9 00 a niAmvi
I j wick at 4-10)1. m., daily except Sunday. .>t St. Mark'8. IS a III
-so that- all For Maliinal Intermittent and Chronic /!- Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Lenveet. Mark's. l 00 a nI
rasped only rcm. Chilli or Ague. I Berths hccured at Bren's Ticket Office, Arrive Ht Tall.ihiUM-c.12 15 p m
I SALICYLICA CERTAIN CURE. No. 22 Bull I'tfl't't. and at \tl\.tic and WnodruTA T.uc.s H'eepeM hrtwrcn TallabaM
for a FREE and Ja-bo.'nIIII' nn all nulit triuneEUGAK
Supersl" 'ding entirely the uscol Sulphate of j Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot. VLIEr;Master Tr nHpo.t.tion.

Quinine as it will not only cut the fevers ACCOMMODATION TIU.IXS-EAST-
i'k must be i but will achieve a RADICAL CURE ERN DIVISION. IUILROAD.
FLORID.CEXTR..L
I without any of the inconveniences and Leave SavannahSundays ex'd at 7:00 a m
1 be troubles arihln? from QUINNE. I Arrive at McIntosh 9:28 a m

imercialob may : $ l. A BOX. 6 BOXES FOR 85.j Arrive at Jessup "" .". 12.20 m CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
mack hel\r
Arrive at -
Sent free by Mill on receipt of ironcy. I 240pm OiKtitL ScriuiTiiitiiHT'a Orrici I
"
j "
be ASK YOUR DRl'OOIST FOR 1 11, Arrive a Dupont 6:25 p m 1 AtKaoIC11LLJ(, Oct. Sib 1178. )
| But take no imitation or nubctitute.as our Salic-- Leave Dupont II. 5.20am
T AND AFTER THIS DATE I'RAIXS OX
M'la. ,
I ca.(onpyrluht)guaranteed to relieve or money Leave Blackbhear 9.40amLeave o
this road will run M follow:
I reminded and will Iw delivered free of receipt of orders .1
by calling or addnownl'VaSJaJarJl88& Jessup 12::>0 p mLeave
McIntosh MAIL and EXPRESS (Daily.)
3.00
u p m
(1e., Arrive at Savannah 5:40 p m Leave Jacksonville. 5:30'p. m.
WESTERN DIVISION. Leave Baldwin.... .. ..... .. ......... 7UOp.m-
hlliPrq""9kllr i B I Iir -SOLE AGENTS- Arrive at Lake City... .... ..... .... ... 9:30 p. m
212 Broadway cor. Fnlton St. (Knox :B nd- Leave Dupont (Sundays e (I.) at 7:30 a m LeaveLtve Oak : a. m
Leave VaKlosta 10.02am Anveat Tallatiaisev... ................ 7:00 a. m
p I"I I"Iti Ing.) New York. Leave Quitman 11:42 Arrive t>l Albany... ............ ........10-45 a. m
FOR SALE BY JNO. L. CLAY FcrnandinaTRRTRIVO ft m Arrive Savannah... .. ... .. .. ......... 9:00 a. m i
-------- Arrive at Thomasville ." 2.10pm Leave Savannah...... ...... ............ 4:30 p. m
Leave Thomasville 2:40 p m Leave Albany..... ....... 4:110 p.mLeave
TEETHINA. Leave Camilla 5.24pm Tallahamce...................... 5:45 p. m
Leave Live 2:15 a. m
Arrive
Albany 7:20pin Leave Lake 3:50 a. m
( rOWDLR) Leave Albany 5:00 a m Leave 6:40 a. a
: Leave Camilla 7:15 a m Arrive at Jacksonville...... ......... .. 7:50 a. m
Arrive at Thomasville .* 10.20 a mLeave On Mail and Fipreu Train Sleeping Can run
Thomasville through to and from Jacksonville and Savannah; aIM -
10:50 a 1nLeave I.UCM Sleeplne Cars run through to and from
ilN& ypERt3 Quitman 1:10 p m Jacksonville and Tallahassee,
> Leave \ aldo ta 3:15 m
p }'EUX.XlHX.EXPRESS (Daily.)
Arrive at Dupont 5:45
p rr.
LPaveJllcka"lIvi1le..11:15 a. in.
J S. TYSON, Master of Transportation.II. Arri'e B.aidwin ....... ...... . .... ......12:30 p.ni
El1i S. HAINES, Arrive Fernandina........... .......... 3:40 p. m.
1 Leave Fernandma.......... ...... ..... .10:80 a. m.
r ap2C-tf General Superintendent.
Leave Baldwin. 1:20 p.a.
I loli' I ""11F""rIj 'k.lera laf.atar. AI UTS IrrlUltoict are -- Arrive Jacksonville..... ........ ...... ... 3:35 p. in.Prs.enger. .
lug sal. : aid
+ prt.eas for Fernandina and Cedar Key take
(eds .J CkUdror. ...y tf tami rver* thIs train. No train from Baldwin to Cedar Kry OD
a4w?tlsc Powder.. RICE PLANTATION FOR SALE.The Sunday.
t1e Connect at Baldwin with A. O. W I.T. R. R.
yP 1 l l+dq ((11 by J. L. Clay, and all druggists from Cedar Kf')* and Oninmnlie at Lake City with
"I yp N Following Farms situated J. 1'. A. M. R. K. for TaUahm H...>, Albany and Savannah
And points North and West ; at Jacksonville
t H on the Great Satil'.a River thirty miles with St. Johns River Steamer
41r. from S L An.lrew's Sound, are offered for .1. 8. McELKOT.
sale at ery low rates : Master of Transportation...
II" yr"r IIM W. M. DAVIDSON
a j ONE RICE PLANTATION, contain 8ur.t

? 1 ing 51S acres 160 acres under banks. The
Prt !a improvements consist of a large barn and

$' r laborers' boures, all in good r(, :1ir. Gardeners !III I
iro : Market
ONE RICE PLANTATION
" la i IiI tvBi@OD known as
the "Ashley Place.'' containing 150 acres,

PrunEK. and Is the 50 ONE acres RICE under PLANTATION cultivation this year. BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'s
'ik"rasLS remedy known to eci- known as
, ;I &de radical and Peaxavclcr "Memphred'g Island" 470 acres. Splendid
. ) fib" /Us and SCKOFULA in all their mill site. I I \ '
: "
Pal I /'hly ONE COTTON PLANTATION, containing SiE I \I'i'
u lilfW"I remove mercury from the 422 acres. This place contains a )
eves the agonic ot mercurial large swelling hou:'!e.
{ ) m s'a' and speedily curia all skin disI For further particulars address For sale by dealers throughout Florida.

r JNO. A. WHITNEY. Catalogue and price list free to all applicant

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