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: January 15, 1881
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00013
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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OF EAS11IONMrs.S.A.RErfEiARDT HOLIDAY TV"SweU



. | Anuounc OUIBIIT Searching lace the thau soIeHj i

: Are past dreams dead,p>y-
RESPECTFULLY. INFORM TUB
WOULD Was once thy'heart a Olossom ,*ir.
LADIKS,OK FERNANDiSA AND VICINITY, I am well supplied from celebrated Laughing within life's spring-like ai

\ HAT .SUE 'HAS TAKES BOOMS AT THENORWOOD Philadelphia manufacturers with 'Ladies Is lite now oyer hard to bear f" "
fine
HOUSE Thine eyes are pensive; whithe
BOOTS, \ The swift {sad Uioughts|\VhoJ
?' ;, ? . > Late Styles, gleam
.. WHERE SHE WILL CONTINUE TO DO DRESSt" Ladies fine " "\ Across thin berwha

DIA XING IN THE LATKfcT STYLES. 41tfjtfp SLIPPERS, "\ 4"
sr T m r T : Late Styles, Ah.xwiis. it by some snmc
F A. w. COCK *}'JDO.'T, WAl.KKK* w tim a.UT.U': : Misses fine,school and dressBOOTS That Love's aright han Fast hoK,and then
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COCKRELL WALKER and YATES ,
And dreamst thou"p ;
GENTS CALF GOODS f
FINE broke
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(CockreB & Walker,Jacksonvitfe.V ,
in all styles,.' Nigh some one's fOl'ltste i
And bowed thy spirit to i
- ttorncnsEol111scUors
Gents fine Embroidered
Or it mid the meadowIn
was i 'ILE
FERSANDIXAlTLl '0 OPERA SLIPPERS, some soft merry green retre!
Childrens'and infants Where. thou could hear thine 0
OFFICE adjoining Clerk of thejClreuIt Contt' beat-
V office .: SHOES, ,

WALT23 3. YATES.F Notary PubU:: in Kid Goat and Colors.In In such spot came the conquering tread
.nn ndin ,Oct.O. 1880-28-lm. Ot Love ; who bound about thine head
fact incomplete And,carefully selected his tender wreath oi roses red.T
Witt. LAKE '. stock too Varied and extensive enumer-
Are all the roses white today
Now Love's frail loot has fled E
away.
Watchmaker and Jeweler And left the woods and seashore gray? U
Gents .star'

Second Street North of S.inbofn & Boer, bar just Shirts Thou musest surely on such things, t
reeeived as elegant line of And round about thy spirit clingsA
memory whose mere faint touch stings:
Underwear, Gents fine fancy Half those, I pNt
Watches Clocks and Jewelry,
Umbrellas. A memory of those woods and seas.

Cheap-fir Cueh. Novelties in Jewelry, Scarfs, i, Where through once lingered past Ion's
brcczei
1).guaranteed EPAIRWO,or at money raa(>nuW refunded.pricM*, end. _'a'1 4 My work Ties, Collars, Cuffs;Gloves, And love's soft laughter; where'arc these

Suspenders. &c., &c. London Society.
Watches, 'Jewelry and Clocks An examination of these goods entire ,--- - --- --- I'

will at fast convince you that they:are in Our Washington Letter I
good style tine material, and well manu .
,- -REPAIHED BY- /
factured. .
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They are shown to all with pleasure and From our Special. respondent.. p

F.W. ANSLEY sold tor the smallest possible margin of WASHINGTON, D. C., (

., profit at Jan 6th, 1881. tOn slit

CEVTII 8rirr. FCBJANDIVA, FLA. J. H PRESGOT'SFernandina reassembling yesterday alter| P

Cash Store. the holiday recess, there was not a' a
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A LT.IOATORTEETU &SE'- E\Y JEWI'LRY ter.O quorum in the House, but business}
11 alwkji oa hand,and m..de to order. 4Vtf
PU U4ki went on all the same. TIlt aniiy appropriation
TTU.. ARTIIU U. FORD, @[ f [ @J bill was passed, there ) era U1IFnoboi1:

Dentl.s"t (Opp. R. U.depot and St'mboat landing.) being no opposition. The InterState ilonw

(4th st., bet. Centre and Alachua) FERXAXDM1, Florida. Commerce Bill, or rather the I II'

FEKNANDINA. - - FLORIDA. JIRS. 'S. LEDDY, Propriefreas.Ti Committee bill and Mr. Reagan's b rn

Mibstilute'came up and were discuss- '
R.W IL POPE :. the ail
D t { ca- onable Charges. ed. As mentioned in previous let
< : *"" 43-tf. I a day i,
'PHYSICIAN AND SURGENorvrca ter, OpposItion to measures asserting -
He ca||
MRS- CLARKE Federal over inter-State
power themrents ti

At CUy'i Drug: Stnra. lines tribe is becoming less. However -
3rd St., Between Centre and .llafhua Sts. ,
Tim b. tttint at nitfit at residence on(tk 8t pt.boI'.e.a it is not thought that any bill
will
lentr and Ash.
DEALER IN THK OIC1-:5'r on the, subject will be parsed at this
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M. & H. J. BAKER, session.Hon..'- ': *
J. Fruit; Vegetables, Confectionary, FernauJoVooJ anJHoa.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ,
"*C.,-*C.,'AC. 5-tf i S.: S. Cox, New York, WI'
PEBSINDIM & JACKSONVILLE - FLI.JAS .
To Growers and both absent; tick, yestel lay, ;and
-------- Orange Shippers: I > v.
MOWATTERS that reason the inudim bill of \
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and Painter E". E. HA LL & SON I former was not called np and J ,. ut.

ouse, Sign Carriage ; HEW HAVEN, CONN., j Springer. instead o( Mr. Cox, prJ ,
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seated the new apportionment bi f
Calsominer Glazier and Pa- Receive Florida Oranges on !
per, Hanger.Orders Commission. I!lit fixes .the number of Represent it'

should be left at ALVEKSOX & "VV"ITrniTE TIIKM Volt CIRCULARS GIVING I lives ns at prl'scnt,293, and provitl.'IJ"
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PAKTICULARS.
TCC EK'S Carpenter Shop Fourth Street, _____ 424fSANEORN&HOYT I Gar a sort of minority represeil e l
Fernandina, Florid 19..t(
!'I tion. This latter portion will.h

'Da ALVERSON( :- no possible chance ol adoptioij

WHOLK9ALKGROCERS' j j, present. If the number of Kej r
Painter and
Carpenter rH'iitativts remain at 293, PS 'it pro]

spot ial attention giren to rep il.lnj ably will, the Slates of Color]

Furniture, Buggies, Wagons:Etc. ; I COlin-.ct ic t.', Delaware, Gt

All work'in my line'executed with dis' > fSliip sp j ._ Missouri, Nevada,

patch. Shop on Fourfh "Stfc t. between Chandlers. North Carolina,
.Centre and Alachua. Fernandina, Fla.
12-tf. LUMBER AND .NATAL STORES land, Yirgilllat'antl E

I hold their present rArkaI18

: ,J. RIKART, Provisions and GroceriesAt .*, California/

.MC.etclia.ii. 11ail02' -- Bottom Priced. .. gan, MiP8sippt; SouthWest (,..

Centre Street. Corner Seventh =1'Large-Stock oi- .. I Virginia would eajIJepresentative.

Fcrimndiiiu Flu.W. GroceriesProvistohs Kar.saa

,. . / : : would each have an iucruruemWrs.

H. GUSHING Cnjckerr. The Represent
HardwireM ,-; : ]
,":1 > Dry.Gorxl' ; I MniiK-iola and' Nebraska

RESIDENT' 'FU .N i: TURE, have an increase oi two ;

PIIRi'.4GR.ApH.E: R. Doors.Sash. I I Florida, Illinois, Indiana, J e

; .Blinds. I Maine, .Maryland, Mats;_
: 0 : .'. .' '. : { 'J Paint' New Hampshire, Ohio, 'f
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PlJotopniphs'in ? Popufer/Stjles. Oils
and Vermont would each
VIEWS in any pint'of the. State Varn ie3es. ,

ir ..- 'made.to Order. Extremely Low for Cash. I member ; Pennsylvania w
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and New three
two York
., Toarth' st.,between Centre and Aluchna.PKRHASDrNA Bend orders:' t twice,-or' can a a i oxam- ,
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-. -. - - Florida.W. ine before purthasine elsewhere. All Cong-tinmen agree
HANfiOHN.& HOYT. i
appropriation bills shall
,JCE--BEEP. Second BL. Fernandina, Fla. : pa
a 1'" I "" -per iSr .the present nesxion. MrJ '

. : ., ., K. :BAUKNIGHT, : M I R y'S :RIVER T ) PACKET. ;i on Chairman Appropriation of the ,House says ;;:

.; 'Fi3NANDINA, FLA.,
I reported in puchj I
WHOLES.iLE'AND RETAIL.DEALER IS
STEAMER FLORA, i| opposition from 1.1
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.... i' icy: CAPT. RICIIARDBOY. I Mr. Atkins fa 'ad
Will tear lI'f'rlllUldiPt'en tfon'T and T.V .DAT- tor and hs"
2'f And Tennessee Stall-Fed Beef. ,
. at 8 a. ra. from CE3TKK tJTKirr DOCK for
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,", -.. >; '.The Best .of Meats Trader's Hill,
5w--V4j' .- -and- .
r S *#.-T. / The Purest of Ice. and* all Immediate landing ol--tJle 8C Vry.River to
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i OUSTBT tined on notice with Through Bills of Lading
) \' V/promptness and dispatch.TYak9 CAS1L <
*i . gesso
7. .t -- .- F1'.o1l NEW YORK by the JAtLQBY LINE ofST&A31EB4
.., hone, d,
::; CC>NVE TSitL . tonUpou-UoothoSt-Mar1*
fc r"g
I Close. Connection, I day' a
WILL NOW COME AND HIVE poliiEPIC
made with tie V-w York sad Siiirk .'<1'111" tllnmna.
.'...li'j--. ... .;':. .; .-'rYOtTHSOLES t1AY..ED,. .. BY I all gnu Flonds..-Cure" of steamer ila8otr.,,Fnandimu f'r.

,; AR YNOLP lf Good Accommodations 111 E EyF

--, '..". "c.- ... ..' 1J"I , .' tar the 'ruteiurf Kxtur.iM>j;. an4 Tourists'
: .K'?-nelnemberLhoaoleayoa baveb:en tread will Had Ou a Try attractive trip.II the..eeneris
"it '.; lisjgoa/caa btssaved--'heap for Cash. grand aDd nizator, .nd other same are sban- A1t-
'Second treat between Centre and dint.- For fllthu Worllaa&Vtn aapay w
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. COOK AND PARLOR STOVES ...

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,+f l HEETERS, RANGERS, -
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Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, '

ROOFING AND GUTTERING. '

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Just toeeittd a tort oonsig mOM of 8t. M: *
eet, nenr CrittertSR:

and the THE COOK'S JEWEL ,

Ii appropriately named It to JewaU

We will not be Undersold. .

-1...L A. Heoond 8t....',between Centre and Ash t
tS 0-H,30-29-lf yarnandiaa,?..

... O1? 16, 1&40.,1
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t e Qt the St.John's River. a ., m r4 o l2 .
rfect dryness and drainage. Hot and oC 718I"1t
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J. B. WI STAR, Proprietor. ... < f.
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attention if you please cs: If
YOUR A FEW SHORT G) .. 00 Ic
MENTS. It you have not time to ::::::>> U ....- CI) IlL :
I"'" c\lJI ""' < 0 :rcs
this until do. w.I .
now, preserve paper you : C tI -
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Consumptives and persons in very < .'h:
s will do e :s ..
cate health the proprietors FuulI
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Brewer's Lung Restorer a kindness, at ., CO.-41 It r+ m
r at themtelvet, by reading the following. "'u.= I -s rF -

They desire to place within your reach >- ,.. 0.cs.. 0 rffi
: article.well worthy of any trouble or -= e : :
sense they may go to in getting it
Bucej and you should assist tl ...m ih =--0 0 0 :; i.
oc: 0
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(Introduction of so meritorious an
It will require but a few moments and
I read what they and others say and in THEFEHNANDINACoracr
r time spent in doing BO may prove to
tile most valuable in your who'e : sTA

S'n .proprietors, Messrs. LaMar 'SLY

g Ulitr. \Vhol 'jile Druggists ilucon tlM
in- Atlanta, Ga. are well known over \. M
Uniu,-d Stales and would not risk
s reputation 'as firm of high standing a +
serkiqir to place upon the market an .I
.cle having but little or no merit.o !
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MACON, Oa., 1880.
adnia- Messrs. Lunar, & ILinkin & LamarGentlemen P. I. COURTEB, Propri. or.
: You will remember my
ing to you some time since and getting
boltlu ot Urew.r'a Lung Hcsiorer i BHI. F. Ourrnv, flroay>. Lass,
870.Jliave. friend who wus down iu bed, hardly I Duun B. r..,...
to move, and 1 promised to let you I 'N'J'i Late Cvmmuaioner of Patent
its effects, I will say that this \ iI I "
years,
articlen. who used it was U|> iu u "week's lime i '
Our looked two hundred per cent better i Rock PATE.ISo'e
roes per he had in months and I hope will be
Ceetbjnabecome tirely cured of the disease. _
, Yours Itcspecllully, F. T. ABEL. .I PAIN, G2ATTCN *. LADD,. .
le, for in .1ttDrftfY-at-/atll ana Solis ors of-Amtnett*
the sat- THE SAVANNAH and Foreign Patents.
b enl 41J FIFTH STREET "A8 ll'fO''Olf,D. D.jRtCr1CE .
aU patent law in all IU branches n tk_
'fIIC.. and im th* Supreme and Circuit
fourU of tho United fltatta. Pamphlet sent frr.oa
receipt of stamp for poit*(.. 41-te
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reliable newspaper combine ::a:. 0. S MI'rii,. .
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b_ 'ure calculated to make

j POPULAR W1IH ALL CLASSES. FAKCr BREAD AND CAKE

I It is independent of cliques, but
an earnest support to the National ,
'cratic party. BAKERYConier
Published at the principal seaport of
South Atlantic Stttes it gives I
1 lo.all matters relative to COMMERCE,as to Third and Broorne St... (orpo.it laDi4a
Ftrnandlna .1a.
.I Rinse)
as to the AGRICULTURAL : ,
and MANUFACTURING interests of Atlan
South. the Please call and give me a trial

Its STATE GENREAL, LOCAL, and )
LKKT departments are acknowledged to Uruad
he best in this section, while its and THE BEST PAPER TRY IT!
RAPHIC REPORT of the news of the in
ire full and comprehensive. Price BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED.
)ally, $10 a year; $5 for six momths.


LJANNH WEEKLY \ 39"tb. e1 ,r.

4 m
F.Jor reading matter, The
Scientific
r wa of the week AmericanThe
up to the hour ot' given
tural Items, Original Scientific American is a large First-
$2 a year; '$\ for Class Weekly Newspaper ol Sixteen Page
r, printed in the most beautiful style, pro-
Fla. fusely illustrated with splendcd engravings
N t'ARMEB'S ; representing the newest Inventions an4 (.
the most recent Advances in the Arts and

ted Journal, containing Sciences; including New and Interesting
txsted Agricultural Matter Facts in Agriculture, IIorticult.re, the
Stt" FARM and FIRESIDE. H )me. Health, Medical Progress Social t
sated FAt>uioN DEPARTMENT Science, Natural History Geology,Astron .
s iFa Price-$!a year $. for omy. The most valuable practical papers.
I eminent writers in all
I J II. ESTILL by1 departments of
Savannah. Science, will be found in the Scientific
: American.
1 TCSKEGEE, ALA. July 28 ? Ter.as, $3.20 per year. $1.60 hal year
J. MOFTETT-Dear &'r- which includes pO6tageDiscount to Agenta
demands that I hould give you Single copies ten cents. Sold by all
r rice with yoiu excellent Newsdealers. Remit by postal order to -
a. Our little girl Just MUNN&CO.Publiihers,37PairkRow.N.Y
old has bad much trouble PA''EN TS In connection with the
?meby was exhausted in SCIENTIFIC AMER- /
htiotis from our family ph ICAN, Messrs. Munn & Co, are Solicitors
well continued to pass off of American and Foreign Patentraptve ,
Und burning fever continued had 85 years experience, and nov have .
the establishment hi the ,
Fa time. Her life was almost largest world
l f. Her mother determined to Patents are obtained on the best terms
and. in a day or two, there A special notice is made in the Scientific
Itan -Dew life had American of all Inventions patented
gre nearly regula, and through this Agency with the name and
little, babe is now doing residence of, the patentee. By the immense
IL&, ., D. W. ltlc1'\ circulation thus given public attention -
r Tuskegee (Ala) is directed to the merits of the
IV ILL have Furandina for 8anoah overt new patent, and sales or introduction often
TV MONDAY FRIDAY ooraiog.eona.ctinwith ,
"" 9ptnIs. .t..mers for Ii.. York .. TUESDAY sMbATIIRDAY. easily effected. .
..- Any person who has made a new discovery
III q nbcc 8,1877., doi ooBDeotlon!. with all pointa on tho Tr n.It or Invention,can aiCel tain, free of
I, y snn onextlday Railroad and atnuaert tor Tampa,Yep WeaL H Ta- charge whether a patent can probably be
bet H..4 New Orleaua. i obtained, by wri lug to Munn & Co. We
'.setae Alto vitk aWmer Flora,for 8U Xa", '.River,and always send free our hand book about the
1, four *Uh-. .....for ED\lrpriH.UeUoDville and Jnurntdiau Patent Laws, Patents, Caveats, TradeMarks .
.
Uaiingt oa tb.pprr 8u Joboa.Oolnc .their costs and how procured,with
Soata,amv at Frnandina tT.ry "WED- hints Jor procuring advances on Inventions -
,1tZSDAT.td S..TOIWAY" Address for the,Paper,or concern
'riJ,.\e_wad built txprnaly for thU root,' ing Patents. :

04*ii and aauqnaUcd trio faciUtiea.for ipeed.. paiMcgvr accommodation KVNN" CO.. 37 lark Lcw,1:s*! rk. .
"Branch Office corner F & 7th Streets,
1OTAIN.i Tbroash tkkeU to Jfr York and- ataUroonufaored fTashiogson D. C. _
at ofio*ot-
1.,a,lt T,Sroni Pi- , "W.B.THOMSON..pD&' .
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Laths and Lumber.
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Cakl ad's.....-.A.iaa..arG.JtsataT tte+shi.. -.''''' T TnB of the best quality will he de.IJ .
j .": livered at Fernandina at from $1.80. te
( y- $2.00 per thousand, in any qu ntit\. .. ;
$ ror".Weekright ...a&b..,.. ( Address 8. J, EilFLE. '; -
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Express. Three elegant new coaches have ., Arrived on the Steamer I

arrived for th' Fernandina & Jacksonville January 7th, Mrs. Igelhart, of

SATURDAY\t.A.Y is. 'Ij!'. Rail Road.i morr, Md., who intend ! winter with her iieirt Mr &. Ett g
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Subscription Price: f JitgniHe 'II fur uf the n.wt-fllor' I Roux. ;
0..copy one year.i>, adv.tnce.,..............?".00 t't'l'tt :< ''
One copy.six ironih. ia ad."I1................. I 00ODecnp.tbr M->*age and the Sf-ate J.>urn.I. A Petition. 9Ir
moirh* inaJ""rC9............ .!t0
The X will be r'1- *! .'" the *ut .cri!er'.pap- Sew r..11and Winter flood We learn that .1 petition will go to ;
thre coD8 cuti\t ULt..r. buor ties .+.b.iplOn
the Legislature signed by the citizens
ecilres. Paul Funke's New York store offers

Bate of ", ..yerll.IDIUOu Its large stock ol Clothing Dry ol Nassau county asking for the le\-I

nature of linen or leu,one Uuertlon-11.01 Goods Boots and Shoes nt strictly lug of a license tax of $10,000 on the
Each additional inwrtion.......... ........... .b0 I
A liberal deduction from tb above rate will bi New York cost His new supplies by retail liquor business. Among the :
made with ib 418 who advertise by the quarter ih will .
months or year. very steamor guarantee a superior subscribers to tnis petition are to he ,/tarq"
tin cent line for eeU and selection.
Editorial Not ices per Also ,
iBMrtUn. seen the names of the following retailliquor
every
-The weather has been exceedingly dealers of King's Ferry : J. E. tell iing it

Notice.Th . lll a n'eablt.-flr several days pa-t, Davis & Bro; Russell & ortleet, F
toms.the FiijriuBjir ExrtiuK are clone lea
and nought* and colds are numerous T. Jones T. & o:
Uenj. Co.
1'rlday morning at 10 o'clock. Advertisers will. Herring i
T>len$e take notice and govern tbentelve aecordir clj Cattle and horses lire still at and \\\ W. McCnlly & Co. Our
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; m..oulc. large on the street -but they never former townsman, Mr. 11. II. Wylly, ; beginninUnder fe

T A rcnular communication of Amelia Lodge. get in the way of councilmen. and Dr. L. P. Anderson are also taking : to fruit at i'is
'v o.47. F. & A. M..will b* held on M+ndnj the stew
*evening Transient Dec.brethren 13th at are 7SO fraternally o'clockabarp.invited Strangers daily appear on our a most active part in this move !j of rich fan

U attend. W. F. SCOTT, W. M. : streets in huge number, and our hotels ment. i vornble Inc
J... A. WIITKET,See. JUt prtfitable b
This certainly points to the future
.- are doing a flourishing "business.MATUUKD I

1., y NAPAAU CHAPTER NO. 23,R. A.)I., -At" the residence of the welfare and prosperity of the country ..

'VI Be 1ar meeting December 16th at 7*; o'clock bride's uncle in Old Town, on the 711 inst. Whenve find the very men who are i ,
Invited attendPost -
Transient Conpanloni fraternally to
Rev. J. Atkins officiating, Mr. Gustavus engaged in this business appealing for i La

Iledstrome and Miss B. Pliva 1L its suppression, v.1s feel that the disease Half dime
Office Hour ,
Office Houri-Trum 8:00 A. )I. to 6.00 p. -We learn that our old friend is working out its own remedy, ine imported

M. Money Orders and Registered Letters Capt. James Tucker, is now ill Tallahassee and hope gleams out wit 1 the brilliance tear; in the mal
from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 p.M.; and from 2.00 lions this cigl

.r. H. to 3:30 P. M. Sundays from 10:30 ta occupying the position ol of the morning. J ftar.:_ I ious t1avonn1s
. 11:30 A. M. and 3$0 to 4:30 p. M.ASJtrVAI door-keeper ol the Senate. It
A Fire CUDlpanFernanJia ). : ces. improvij
AND LEPARTUBB OF THE MAILS.Horthern. Senate Journal others deterioraA
We the
see by
JfaZ-Arrives dally at 10:30 A M. is certainly in great :
..... Closes 3:00 p M. that, Hon. W. N. Thompson has in.. trial will I
need of a Fire Company, for without ; merits. <
Sntkern IfaO-Arrives 3:30 A M. trounced a bill to supply maimed soldiers _
loses 10:00AM. one there is every.reason to fear The Flower oj

a St. Mama and Tradfi'i I1UJ/aii- with artificial limbs. that the entire business portion of obtained nt A. =

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p M. -We notice among the confirma- the city may, some day, be destroyed OAR STORK on CenlATHENSy

e Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A)t. tions of the Senate: that of Mr. J. A. by fire. An effort was made last : GA

St. Jfary't, Ga., only- Edwards Clerk of the Circuit raise but did
as year to a company, notprove SIR: ily child
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8.00 A. u.
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. ](. Court for Nassau County. successful. That, however, isI other symptoms Worm(It Metlicin worms.

44 Wedn'sdays and Sat'days 9:00 A. M. in the not citizens .*
Gaideners have commenced their past.Vill our any. ::icl'inIr Jain' ,
aud
Closes Tuesdays Wednesdays,
vial of Worm Oil
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. come together, now, while 1881 13 in your
operations, many of them having already brought forty worms?

SAMUEL T. RIDDELL. P. M. planted quite a variety of veg its infancy, and establish a company, dose so many were passt|
,tLem.
that it may strengthen with the year.
etables. : Jno. L. Clay, agent, Fc
Church Directory.rHESBYTERIAS. The fire which occurred here a
The butterfly is not upon the '
few years ago must certainly have Somcthlncow lit

*....3. n. Mjrrt D.D.,Pastor. Serrlee at 11 wing,-the mosquito is. His little demonstrated to the n- Cl'I I A new era IS rtawnim
SL m.and 8 p.m. Sundity-achool a. m. Prayer everyone
waketh a responsive echo in the worunn. Hitherto she bel
Me tln(Thursday t p. m. Strangers and citUens song for such and
are cordially iu,illid. slumber's breast.A slty an organization, we suffer the ills of mankind ,
EPISCOPAL. weary truly trust that it may lot be longere sides. The frequent andularities .

Ktr. O. P. Thackara,Pn tor. fienices at It a. m. young man from Virginia neculinr to her
will Lav the of
Prayers at 4 p. m. tundav-eehool 3:30 p. m. We-k- we pleasure been to her the "direful sl
aDd day nerrlc otkrra are Friday.cordially 4 p. m.invited Seats to attend.tree Strung-era named Dough.., a truck hand on the chronicling tie existence of a fire nHmbcrfd." In the inansiland

CATHOLIC. wharf/ had his thigh dislocated on in our city. 1, in the hovel of propertl
company
has been the constant, yetj
Rer. J. O'Borle, Pastor. Peivi'-es at OdT,wnUasnatSa. last Thursday.We .
of thousand ills uuknow
m. At New Tovn-Hixh Max andermonl0.30amCatechism,4 --- '- - -- I
$ p.mVespen,7:30 p.m were pleased to receive a To Planter and Merchants, these without :i renu-dy.
METHODIST EP1SCX3PAL.K long in the agony of heil
J. "1111118, Pastor. Bervioea at 11 a. m. and call on lit Wednesday, from our cried. But now the hour OA
SO _. Wednesday ev n- We have received and offer
: p. Prayer Meeting every just lion is come. She will sutfel
friend Mr. J. L. Beach of
lo'cuclc.
lag at young ,
Rtl
B\PHST.Rev. Dr. J. Bradford's Female
IT. U. King Paalor. Services on the first and Brunswick. I at bottom prices, p man's Best 'rit"nd-ml\Y b
second Snpdars ID each month, at 11 a.m. and 7:30 I cure all disease peculiar to w|
,. .. Sunday-school at 3:30 p. m. -After all the disagreeable weather 200 Barrels and be convinced, Jno.
COLORED CHURCHES
we have had a few days of sunshine i \ (
Trinity Methodist Ep.rop .-&rr. J. o. Howard, :
Pa tor. Services: at 11 a. m.. 4 n.m. and 7:30 p. m.811"day..choo19 which seems le lend fresh beauty Extra Early Rose Potatoes. A Cough, Cold or Sore T!
a.lIPI..er Meeting Wednesday be stopped. Neglect frequenl
at 7 o'clock. and gladness to everything. SAXBORN k IiOTT.Notice an Incurable Limp Disease I
Afrita Itethoditt Epwvpal.-Rev.E.J. Krooken tion. BROWN'S BRONCHI!
Pastor. Services at 11 a. n-..3 p. m.and 7:30 p. m. -li some one on the mainland i ES certain
are to give reli<
Wednesday,
Sunday-school a. m. Prayer Meeting
at T o'clock. would send to Fernandina about fifty to Tax-Payers. Uronchltn-s, Coughs,Catarrh I
Pint SaptuL-Ker.John AllMpnPastor.Services nd Throat disco \9. For th
at 11 a.m.. S p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bundav-Khool cords of lighlwood, they wou'd find Notice is hereby given that I am Troches hive been rccommcnliicians

f a. m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Pastor at 7 o'clo.Services k. a ready sale for it, as there is not .-- now ready to receive the State and and always give per
Second Baplitt.-Rev. Lena Cook. : -
at 11 a. n.,a p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sund.>- piece to be had hCI c for love or mon .. County taxes, assessed fur the year having lion. They betn tested are not new wide ori al
school f a. m. I'R.U Meeting Wediienday, at 7 by
1880. My ofli-je N at the More of
.'clock.t ey. use for nearly an entire gene)
Angel k Friend, and is open on have attained well merited

-The steamer St. John's arrived I Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, the few. staple remedies.of j

TOWN TALK.Owing here yesterday afternoon bringing on I -xeepl when collecting in the coun- lic and speakers strengthen and the singers voice u-j

to the absence of the editor their return trip from North Caroli- try. |I five cents & box everyw

thin week the readers will I will visit the following places at i I
please iri, the turpentine hands employed at.Jone'l4 .
I
the time stated below : ,
Before send Nortll
excuse shortcomings. still. you
\l8ualthey were full
O.lom'9 Branch ....MenJay January 10 1881 Spread eagle advertwcniM
f and whiskey.The King's Ferry.... ..Turtlay 11" I tell the truth Bel
Moonlight night again. (> song Dunn' Creek......Wednesday 12" : exact
less! or same prices can b
-Keep an eye open for tramps. Good Templar Order of Jlitreinbnthitm's..Thursday Urxntly lIraneb....trriiay .. U"13"I. See these otters: ORG;

-Duck shooting is now the favor- this place has been in operation IU Caitahan..Saturnay t'a Koad.........Monday "" 30'1S". I seta Reeds. Sub Bass and
Conevllltt ........';>...Tuesday :11" fut Case Only $659Stopl
Ito engagement of our cportt men. but little mare than three months. B..kervrlle..Tuesday 31" only $59; ; 7 Stops. 3-sets 1

The TJlre "Cent Counter They now boast a membership of be- Ame'u.............Kridxy 7 ,. and lJx.k inc'udtHl. Pl
W. F. SCOTT, Collector. large size. Rich Rosew<>ujrja
in Paul Funke's New York Store. tween 75 and 100, and at almost every size
at F-rnandina, Dec. II, 1880. 3-tf Oct. largest or
meeting parties are connecting Square Grand, extra
-Mr. K. I. Tavel left for Savannah I Case only $250. Stc
Notice.
with
themselves the order. Success:
ded. All from old
where he will engage in biiMness a
to the cause. : ALL Powers of Attorney heretofore and fully guarantee
-Robins have made their appear by me to any one whomsoeverin We pay freight if i
in large nnmbcrn. -A Query : In walking on the the State of Florida prior to this date Lively the best. ha' s

anc'j sidewalk is it right for people to walk are revoked. Revocation on file in ffice mistake about
Fall and Winter floods of the County-Clerk. Nassau County Fla. and competition
around cattle and horses or for cattle i B. C. CUVELLIEH. I for Fall Prices
New York Paul Funk 'tI
at cost at
New York Store. and horses to walk around the people? Sin Francisco. CaL, Nov. 14, 1880. 3-3m Vddres Music llouse.Fernandina LUDlj. i

[sn'til cruel to make the crea-
What will be the representationof poor COMMISSIONERS' SALE i
tures lise from the pavements upon Mothers!
Nassau at the State Fair ? By virtue of an order or decree of the "
which they are so comfortable lying i 1 Circuit Court, granted by His Honor U. B. Arc ycn d'

The Three Cent Counter just to let a ? I Archibald in Chambers on the 25tb day of your rest sting
person pass wit
in at Paul Funke'n New York Store I I of Jtcember, 1880 in the suit of W. J crying

l -Tha elegant little steamer Martha Russel & J. It, Norfleel, parties of Russel
Large quantities ol fine fish are arrived here yesterday from New f' & Nortleet-vs. Mary B. King and others, bottle SYRU1u1ft

for sale on our streets almost every heirs of A. J. King for partition of Real
York. Her headquarters will be at Estate. rcrthere
i
day. this place and xhe is to charier I We will sell at public outcry, in front of moth
open
the Court House in the of Fernandi
city
-If the
we are to judge by priceof who
for excursions to St.: MaryV, Dung 'n- : na. Nassau county on the tret Monday in
y yIn
eggs Christmas and New Year ness, and other points on the St. Mary's February. A, D.1881, being the 7th day of reg 4wo
have not yet passed. i the }Month the following described Real '
river. Captain Itaynor, the com ,! Estate, situated and being in said countyof

New Attraction I mander informs us that she will prob Nassau. State of Florid*.-that is, the
.
I .
William Drummed) 'Grant Sections 37
The three cent counter atPaulFunkc's I 4
New York Store. ably make one regular weekly pleasure and 49. Township (4) North of Range, (25)

\ trip up the river. East, 527 68-100 acres. Also, the William -
-The Birthday Fete of Miss Hattie I Drummond Grant or Section (4r
-We have on our table the annual I Township (4) North of Range (24), E =t
Heidt, on last evening, was a !. 152 32-100 acres. Also lots* And 5,.'-
most agreeable occasion. supplement to the Baltimore Sun I tion (12) Township(4),Not th of Rwge

". which comes in the shape of a large I+,i East containing(80) .&ern. --Abo the j 41r
The new docks at the foot of I! Haddock Grant. or Sections'>4A ae
.
and clearly printed calendar. In add ;
Broome Street, are rapidly approaching Township (4), North of.'Range 2-- }
tion to the calendar there is a table : containing 249 12-100 acres. .JIo. ] t t
completion.Boots lowing lots at King's Ferry*in la
Shoes! of weights and measures which table r Florida: Lots &'3, 4, in Block

Slippers embodies Troy, Apothecaries and i. 1.3,4. Blot No.1; lots 3, 4
Great reduction in prices which I l: No. 5; lots 2,3.4 in Block No. j
defy competion at Avoirdupois weight, Cloth. Land, I 3. 4 in Block No. 7. Terms j

PAUL FCNKE'S NEW YORK STOBE. Surface, Square, Geographical, Time, chasers to pay for JOHN titles. .
|
solid; and Fluid measures; the rules WILLIAVJACDON Ow i
-Did you ever see a man who
for measuring corn in the crib and if
knew everything ?. We would prefernot 6-H. Gr.
determining weight of barrel and
meeting nth wie men.
live cattle are also given. It also I Housekeepers Ho xeJ
The Triumph Shirt
,
contains the population of the United Can get more Fnrn
, Supenor in quality and style lor 11
only, worth $2 at States and Territories and all the i Wooden and Tin- aie, C\\

... PAUL Fir KE's NEW YORK STOKE. principal cities, according to the een- i Stoves for their money

BUS' of 1830. where in the South, at'j; ; ,
Following these the
are
The laying of the iron on the extension i C. O. Livm

of the railroad to Broome ales of foreign and domestic postage i Ja .
fheseareall on a Jarge sheet whichan :
street under the efficient management be tucked
up in any store office or
; of Mr. Jas. Williamson, U rapielly'.y bank, thus making it one of the best;I Equator Beer afwayj

."' approaching completion calendars now in ne. I arriving by every tteal ; :
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Ferz sndtns.IAM! 10:30 Ceder Key_. A.M. 4O I
- H.rt'Road1l:18 11:20 ROIIewood... 6:20 6.22
l # CallabaD..... 12:11 J2:1 Otter Creek.. 6:05 6:20 :
ATM} Ili Dutton....... 12:50 12:50 BronllOn,....: 1:0:1 7:15 ,
l yww Bald"ID..... 1C.1 Archer...... 7:50 8:00 ; C
CLOTHI NC KaIl'lUl80_... 1:2:1\1 2:10 Jialton........ 8:11 8:18 'osa.
x."tev....... \+ 2:55 Arrredondo.. S:8 8:3i
Temple'?.... 3Jl 8:12 thlnelVille .. 8:55 (fO'lStarke
-....... 8:17 3:21 Waldo....?... 11:55 10lIl -1
. i DRY GOODS Thur.Ion,.... 3:54: 3:34 Tbur.t n..... 10:08 JO116
s Waldo........ 3:511 4:115 Stark........ : &;13GalneeviUe .
... 4:51 1i:04 Temple's? ... 10:48 10:62
i- (& Pubhslier. Arredondo... 5:24 5:26 L.wtry.. ... 11:09 11:14
BOOTS
AND SHOES Batton,.. ... 5:40 Iill Manville..... 11:5811:54
Archer....... 11:58 8:10 Bal wio...... 12:21 U:42
8100100..... 6:4G 8:51\ Dutton....... 1:23 J:2 i
HATS AND CAPS. Otter Creek.. 1:4(1 7SS Callahan..... 1:65 2:00
Rosewood..... 8:35 8.37, Hart'Road,. 2:52 2:64
--0HavingJustpurchased- Cedar Key,... 1IJOiP.M. Fernandin... 8:40 PTd. ,

!' Con.n.ec"t1on.s. : J

in New York, /Jr
AT FERXANDIXA.:. FLORENCE.
a large and well assorted stock below AND DEALER INS
nnd
From Brunswick all points North and
1MethumEStataI[ cost, 1 am prepared to retail! wholesale weal.... ................ ............Dan,. c> -v s
for Br-n.wick and all points Nolthana i1.. .i1
prices which will 1y est.........................................Dai/,. Cooking utensils of all kinds. ,
STEAMERS CITY POINT.
I From Savannah and CharI1'8ton."rburad LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS,
Defy Competition. For ..,.......Friday And Wrought-Iron Pipes.
hTKAMKR MAYFLOWER
From St. Marya River Landings, Wednesday Friday Drivlnp Wells a Specialty
--- and Sunday.: Broome St. above Second
,
For St. Marya River LandIngs, Sunday, Toeaday ,
Great reduction in Thursday. FEBNANDINA, FLOBIUA.
I AT DAT.DWIN.-o'IORlIIA CENTRAL R. R. ,
For Jacksonville,Tallabiuee and Live Oak 15-tf.
2.00 ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. ..............................6:2.m.., 1:05 p. m.
From Jacksonville Tallahaanee and Live Oak. ;
..........................6:45a. m., 1 and 6 p.m.

l.o1.118., .- - - 1.00.GO Best-0--Calica Prints, Stage Wednesday Line for and AT Ocala Fnday.GAINESVILLE.and Tampa, arrives Monday H. M. Henaersoll.Mannaeturny

for Ooala and*Tampa, leaves Tuesday, .

FERNANDINA EXPRESS. 5 TO 6 GTS PER YARD.u AT Thursday CEDAR and KEY Saturday.-FLORIDA & HAVANA I and FurnuhijirjUNDERTAKER

FEESANDINA, FLORIDA.SUBSCRIBERS. -u-- R. P. CO'S STEAMERS.
For Key We.t and Hanna, anvln j Monday, Wed- '
Ginghams ne.daynd Friday. ,
For Key West and Havana, departing Tuesday
and Saturday.For .
TO. 10 CTS. PER YARD. New Orleans,arriving and departing..Satnrday. FIFTH STREET,

1 STEAMER T. J. COCHRAN.

--ito )- -0- From Manatee.. and Tampa..Tueadsy.. .. Saturday..
for ..... I Fernandina, Fla.

Gents Clothing and .furnishing goods a
,
club the FERNANDINA EXPRESS with Savannah Fla., & Western R. R.I! :. :' :."-'-: : : I :

3IERCIAL, we announce that we will fur- GEN'LSUPERINTENENT'SOFFICESAVANNAH, i _, __."' _,"
and! the Cincinnati Weekly Commercial. miMEJIICB. Mar. 13,1880. f I _. ..
ih' Newspaper, one year/for $3.00.nnd N AND AFTER UNDA Y. Mar. 14th I .- -- - .. -- ,

|arty fubscriber under this clubbing ar- as follows Passenger: Trains on this Road will run I

may select from the following famous All other goods at minimum NIGHT EXPRESS.

le of all cost-the books b:.ing Harper'sIlly PRICES TO SUIT THE Leave Savannah daily at 4:30 p m METALLIC CASES.
Arrive at Jessup daily at 7:00 m
printed on good paper, in paper Ariivc at Thomasville daily at 6:25 a p m Wooden Coffins and Caskets,

TIMES Arrive at Bainbridge daily at 9:40 a m White Metal and SiUei Tiatod

novel which made Charlotte Bro nte' AT Arrive a. Albany daily at 10:25 a m 'Triinminirs,
Arrive at Live Oak daily at 2:00 a m
PAUL FUNKE'SNEW Arrive at Tallahassee daily at 7:00 a m CONSTANTLY ON HAND.liodicx .
[ Bulwer's historical romance of un'versal Arrive ut Jacksonville daily at 7:50 a m6.00pm w;. hed and dreoNed, and

fascinating of his productions. Leave Tallahasspc'daily
Preserved until Hum with or
YORK STORE Leave Jacksonville daily at :>>:30 p m ,
Miss Mulock'a
man, masterpeice; n story Leave Live Oak daily at 11:15 p m4.00pm without the use of ice.

triumphs associated with low births and FernandIna, Fla., Leave Albany daily at Remains exhumed and placed ik

Leave Bainbrid daily at 4:00 pm Cases for removal.
- -- ------
[ters of the Pickwick Club." the work that NO MORESURE Leave Leave ThomasviUe Jessup daily daily at at 7:35 6:30 a p m m Telegrapliic orders promptly

ens his celebrity; the most numerous and ltd -3oa Arrive at Savannah daily at 9:00 a m ATTENDED TO.

[pular ot his books. GOUT 9e No change ot cars between Savannah and 28tf.

1t'" By Victor Hugo. The terrible ACUT EDR Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany.
liar.Opt -
Pullman Palace
) novelist and historian, of the Crime S A L 1 C CHlltJNJDA t'j Savannah and Sleeping Jacksonville.Cars daily between ,! JACKSON: VILLE PENSACOLA

trangling the liberties of his CURE.Manufactured Sleeping cars run through to and from RULKOA.D-
country. and MAna Tm.irocTiTiOM'i Ornoi, ITi.LiHisiiR
By Win. M. Thackeray-the most only under lie above Savannah The elegant Sleeping Albany. and Parlor Coaches I I,I FIA., K.k. S. 1IM. I
Trade .Mark. by the EUROPEAN S.LIe Y and after Monday Frbruary 2.1UO.PuwnierTraUi
tteristic of the works.of the wisest of the Eutala line bet
Montgomery
YLIC MEDICINE CO., ot "aris nndi.eioIMMED1ATE dai'y ween oa this road will run *. follovi:
tiff. Ala and Jacksonville without Fttottngtr Train-Eaitrrn Bound-Datly.

RELIEF WAnnAjrm Tcr changePassengers Leave tboUahoocht.2 00 p mQulncy
Jvinglrtke. One of the most ..
from Savannah for F'-rnan- .S J3 p m
full of of life in UANENTCrRE GUAR' NOW CX Illsivcly dina Gainesville and Cedar take Arrive at I'a a..08 p m -,
pen-pictures Keys this
used bv all cclebrMcti PhJ"iI'illtl't or Leave lallahaixire...........I 48 p ML'afo
lute of personal experiences Europe and America. The liig aes. Jlodufi\ train. iaoiiticello. .TlOymLeave
Passengers for Darien take this train. Ur..en'.iJll'.B U p m
Academy of Paris rporl'lS cures out of Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick Leave Maitiiton............8I6pm
100 cases within three duys.Secret. Arrive at Live Oak.......1 16 a nat
Daniel Defoe authorory tike this train arriving at Bruns- ... Savannah.......... ...........15a.
.-The only dissolver of the solsonous : .
or'the wick 6ooa. D1.l'lLSscnFers at. $5a r
( by one most Uric AdS which exists in the Blood of leaving Macon at 7:15 a. m. Albany.1025am

[, of the mysterious and Bieumatic and Gouty Patients. (daily icl ding Sunday) connect at Jessup I I Arrive Leave Lok.at B City. ".....I(36.ISav r

- fand. Cured. Cured Cured. Cured. with this train for Florida. Arrive at JACk."yill............ .......7 Maw
edited by Matthew. II. S. Dewcv Esq., 201 Broadway, Iu- Passengers from Florida by this train r Arrive.. at Fernanmna...3t..P m
Gamriville
at *M
f. m
fliunmutory Kheuimti connect at Jessurtwith train in
fct arriving : al Cedar Key*. SOpmPaa
edition of the works J. Lenvy, Esq. 455 Wellington MnikctClironie Macon at 6:25 u. m. (daily incl'tf ngsunday) Trmn-Wat Sound Daily.

.vhose writings owe their Rheumatism. I I Connect at Albany with Passenger trains Leave Jackronville........$M" n.
nderstandiog they display Sirs E. Towne, 63 East Ninth street both ways (chalky formations in the joints) Chron'c J Jliheuniitiism. 1! and from Macon Eufaula, Montgomery, Leave Omnrxvill..903a M
Intry life.rttere" j i Mobile, New Orleans, etc. : Leave Leave CedAr ld.io..7 Keys...4 3 00amLeave *a m

[in one]. 1. Robert A. :M. Prater. 74 Newark Avenue, Jersev Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge for Apalachicola I. LaCitT.(49 p m
Of these volumes City. Chronic Rheumatism. I I every Sunday and Thursday eve. Leave Savannah.....4 10 p mLeave
runyan. 1\m. E. Amolti, Esq., 12 Wc'hossct st I! For Columbus every TuCdayand Saturday LitaOxk.218am
Leave lali.wn..1 Jl
'and by William Black, the Providence. Ii, I., of twenty )'cars'Chronic afternoon. I I' Greenville......................4 3a a a m MLeave
Froude, tie distinguished I Rheumatism. I Close connection at Jacksonville daily I J.eaYeMonticcllo............. .........5 00 a m
Pan these three mnrvelous bio- I John F. Chamberlain, Esq. Washington j I (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine. Paj j; Leave Arrive TallahMbV TaIah..oe......130amLra 00 arzaI

Club Washington, I). C., Rheumatic I latka, Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, I I IJ >e .If 01 a in
loderu times. Gout. J J and landings on the St John's River. | Arrive at ChatUhooche. 30 a m

fprise A wide range and striking John B. Turngnte 100 Sanchez street Trains on B. and A. R. R.leave junction, St. Marks Uraneh- Tuesdays, 11Ivrt l1y., Saturdmyt

ling productions of modem San }Francisco Neuralgia Sciatica. I I going west, at 1 :37 a. m., and for Brunswick Lriue Tallah .1 00 a mAmv
antihy -
at 4:40)>. m., daily except Sunday. I "Nt St. Mara'*.1015amLeae
For Malaria Tntermiittnt and Cltrontc fitr' St. M.trk'a.11 00 a
i and History-so that all m
Tickets sold and Cur
Wither ..1 + Through Sleeping Arrive at Tallahaurt.13 1) m
p
1/, /rllt, I II I
L er will b embarrassed only 'liViths Kt-curcil it Bren's Ticket Office, I Woodruff Lucas .'eep.,. b.tT* D. Ta'lahajiK
lis favorite book for a FUEE SALICYLICA CERTAIN CURE, j jSuperseJilig I I No. 22 Bull slr'ct. and at Atla"tic and and Ja'Awnilllf on .11 ni entirely the use ol Sulphate of:t Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot. KI'OAR VLIET. Muter TraMportalUn.

Quinine 'sit will not only cut the lover, ACCOMMODATION TRAINS-KAST- I

Free Prize Book mud be but wi'l achieve a RA'DICAL CURE ERN DIVISION. I i F LOKIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
I without any of the inconveniences and ex'd
ir. Leave SavannahSunday at ::00 a m
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troubles arising from QUINNE. McIntosh
I Arrive at 9:21:1 1\ ill
ekly Commercial may be .. a. CHANGE OF SCHKDTJJL.X.GixxatL : .
I. A BOX.6IBOXES FOR $5. Arrive at Jessup 12:20 m
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' Proprietor Commercial : Sent In* by rill .n '&pt of iron"y, Arrive at Blactshcar a. 2:40 pin RcrraiMTinBiKT'i Orrtct, )
'"[ ie Express can be ob- ASK YOUR URt'OOIsr 'OR IT, I I Arrive a Dupont 6:25 pm J>rK c5viLLic, Oct. 6th, 1171. (
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Bat take
no nmub.Utute.a our Snlieyli- lI.a
H' r Lcnve Dupont 5.20 a m AND AFTER THIS DATE, IT1AI8S O5
Fernatidina FU. ea.(onprriuhtrd)guaranteed to relieve,or money I .. .. ON
nftinifod, .nd writ tx drhveied frrc of receipt tlf ur'l 14-ave Itlncksheitr 9:40 a m road will run .. foll...:

den, by railing or sddrnr.ingWaskbariae I Leave Jes.sup .a.a 12:50 p m I MAIL and EXPRESS (Daily.)
II
& Co. Leave Mclntobh 3:00 p m .
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Arrive at Savannah a. 5:40 m Leave Jiurknonvill. JM p. m
p
i !.eav. 7:et) p. m
-SOLE AGENTS WESTERN DIVISION.
: arrive at Look 9:30 p. mLrcvrlav
2128ro ixrty, cor. Fulton St (Snoi tuil!- Leave Dupont (Sunday ex'd.) at 7:30 a m '. Oak :2:16.. BAm
Leave Valdosta 10:02 ,aat Tallalianace. 7:00 a. m
tat,) New York. a m i I'
Arrive al Albaov. :" a.m
FOR BALK BT JNO. L.CLAY, FcrnanUinaTEETHINA. Leave Quitrnan ll:42am'Arrive Arrive at 3avarnah.....................900 a. m
at Thomas\illc 2:10 p m '. Leave Savannah.... 4:30 p..
Leave ThomasviUe *. 2:40 m' Le"vt Albany................. 4:0 p.m
p ; !.eay. Tallahane...................... iU p. mLrav
Leu'eCamil13..a. 5:24 p m : Live 1:1 a. m
Arrive at Albany 7:20 p m L..ve Lak.l.'ity.! .................... >:. fc. m
dl ," ''a ERF tnvmiNa rewDCM.1latrt Leave Alb',my II 5KX a m |I Leave Baldwin. C:40 a. m '
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Leave Camilla 7:15 a m Acme at J'kaon.ille.--.. :M a. mOn 1- .
Wail and Fxpmt Tralo Can ran
Arrive at Thomnsville 10:20 I 8lcepirg
a m
throush in and from Jacktonvill ana Savannah;al-
Leave ThomasviUe 10:50 a m ao.LUCM Sleepln Cata run through to and &.m
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Leave Quitman 1:10 pm Jackaonville and Tallanaaaee

''ytI Leave \ Hldosta u 3:151) m FEBXAKDINA EXPRESS (Dnily.)

Arrive at Dupont .* 5:45 p rr Leave Jaekcnurill. : a. m.

J S. TTsoN, Master of Transportation.H. ArmcBt'dvin......._:.....ltM P...
:; S. HAlNES. Arrive Fernandinm....... 3:4 p. mLeave .
I Feroandlna.. : a. wt.L.v. .
apl2C-tf General Superintendent .Baldwin ............... !::0 p.a.
s 4 b.le'ea ......... iltaye IrrtUile ... Arrive Jecksonrii1.......... 2:38 1'. s.
Makm TedMB -r-,. ,k(.*m ..<. pren&l ,.
''w y WerMk.Tfc P" fittr for Fernandlna and Cedar Her take
u I -....ttf.f CMLrtr.o..wy h..w4""Y this train fio train from :Baldwin to Cedar Key en
...!'O.I W i4i f tl..... r..__+.. RICE PLANTATION fOR.SALl Sunday. -
t W R. ..
ConneeU Baldwin witn A. 0 J.T.
For S,lo by J. L. Clay, and all i druggists from Cedar Kej a and Gaineavilt.at Lake City wit k
r, "r y N': The Following Farms situated J.' P. M. It. B. far Tallahaaaee. Albany and iarannaa. -
L and peioti North and West; at Ja.kaes-
Ir0 v 9 fix" a tl tlie tll on the Great Satins River. thirty miles rUle with St.Juhna KlTt-r Steaau-n
1+ ,, I J. .. McKLROT.Uaatwr .
tl" Y I A rti + from St. Andrew's Sound, are offered for
n ef TraIl lporCaiOJl.'Y. .
sale iit low .
very rates: .V. DAV1DSOX.

ONE RICE PLANTATION, containing Sup

i 518 acres 160 acres under banks. The
improvement consist of a large barn and

l Sryllh 4 n! iup laborers'ONE RICE hourcs PLANTATION, all in good repair.known as Market Gardeners 1 III 1 1

cC the"Ashley Placer containing 150 acres,
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I"I"n asps It.perlbet BUWD.Puunn, and 1 the 50 ONE aCres RICE tinder PLANTATION cultivation thU rear.known asMempbred's BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'sS1E11EIUShIAA

,,*nJT JxiTtly VKXTAUX remedy known to ad- ,
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tqs"" anoe,that hu nuule raxlloal and PUXAHKXTi Island.470 am-a! Splendid .
IEk i STTHILH tad Sattavu. to all tbdrL mill!site .
L ONE COTTON PLANTATION, con-
D 1' ell thoroughly remoter iaercury from the taming 422 acres. "Tbb: place contains a
p, I"r I i pP 1ta\> U reliat.i tte agonies u mercurial ltrs dwelling house tbtoaglwut --

. at3a and tfwOQj cam aU tkla..dia. Lor.turther.particulars""address I Tae sal b7de&Ienu4Pscen.&tiet'ioaD T1o 1dk.
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p r fya 'a II JNC9. 'A. WHITNEY, CaUIopu. appUewoMt
I I fir "tl I I )t sale J. U Fwawiiiia Fla. ,
t ti Vj! Clay, J'erautlbaa F1a. LAtrw :A L ;;s Cd,1N.4;ttlri. ...-.i' :

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