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: January 29, 1881
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Editor: Jno. A. Whitney, <1878-1881>.
General Note: "A conservative newspaper of the period."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 19, 1878).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079913
Volume ID: VID00015
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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T ATHS of the list quality wi11. .i,
, JJ livered at Fu1llin" at front -1*Np"{'p*-
33.00 per Husband in onv quantityddres.J I

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Phil.U this. tn. a ;urerg with Ladies I res'r
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.. NORW6&D1IODSE Misses fine school and dressBOOTS :
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GENTS"FINE CALF GOODSin I uniiv.iUed coy -
all s.yles, E.

Gents fine Embroidered I ROOMS CO.


ChiJ.trcnsand'infants ,
lCuckrelI Walter,.Jack onvilf',} .
SVttorncrjs & tHounsdlors, in Kid,Goat and Colors COHFJ 6
FERSASDIXt, FLA.OFFICE In fret complete and carefully selected
stock too varied and extensive '<>enumer
adjoining Clerk of the.CircuIt Co art's
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WALTER E. YATES Notary Puttie. I Ilohil.iys, I IJ.IM oLfiuestassortmentuf'

Yennindina. Oct.t. 18SO 26-lm.. Geilts 'Star' Shirt I i =az

mm. LAKE Y
I Underwear, Gems fine fancy Halt Hose,
Watchmaker and Jeweler Umbrellas : Frelldll i /

Novelties in Jewelry, Scarfs,
8"*.aJ Street Xorth of Sxnuorn k Il'ijt, harp just Ties Collars Cuffs Gloves II Ii
received an elegant line of
i ever displaced in the city I :1\
Suspenders. &c., &c. sitotrior us'lirllm'u.C ( antJj.I:
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, An examination of these goods entire, I

Cheap fir C ab. will at least convince you that ihev are in
good st -fine material. and well mantitactuicd. MY OWN MA
at tmwinabl fticri, aid a'l work -
IEFAIKING or money-funJed. 43-ly
They are Miow to all with pleasure,and Frt'h and Pure Also NUTS oral) kin

Watches, Jewelry and Clocks sold profit lor at the smallest pO'Jillc margin. of and generaT'CONFECTION J


Fcru.indina Cash Stole
I Examine by stock of .JII'
F. W. I \

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(Opp.R. R. depot and St'mooat landing) tall articles suitable tor Christmas and
A LLIdATORTERT1I&4EAREANJEWF.LRYalways FELL 11Dlil Holiday presents,
- Florida.
JL\ .B hand,aid made t.ord.r. 42-tf
DR W..ll: pOP, J/RS. E. LEDbY rropriftreas. SIJl.A.1a:

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, llen'oo ible Charges. Cor. Centre'\and Second Sts.. n

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At eUy's Drug Star. MRS- CLARKE, ANGEL & FRIEB5tKtS4'

C.. \. fond at night at reside.c. CIa litla Street
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Ird St., Between Centre siid Alaclnia Sl \L
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Fruit, Vegetables Confectionary GrocEries Cigar
AC & ., &C. 5-t TcYSeddinj AND FAN

JAS. 'McWATTERS. To Orange Growers and Shippers:-;I I \\ : l: lurni-lui n1 tllC ,
ouse Sign and Carriage Painter I : -
; : tlttutn Prier ,
Cal: omlner, Clazer and Pa- : '1 I
HA72U Centrej.t.
C01T1I.,. ,
,. per Hanger.Orders Receive Florida
should be left at ALVEKSON & Oranges on f
TUC=EIt'a parpenter Shop, Fourth Street, Commission. .
Fernaudina: Florida.. ' 19-tf tTlIIU' THEM FOR CIRCULARS GIVINU s 3 S :r'
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Painter and Carpenter, SAriBORr & BOY

Special atientiom given to rep..lilll WliOLE'ALKAND ,

: Furniture, Buggies, Wagons, Etc.All GROC.E"

work in uiy line executed with dis-

patch. Shop on Fourth Street between d'r.,a ,!
Centre and Alachuo. Fernandina Flu. R' 4y 4p. 4

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Centrp Street.Corner Seventh, '' At BoUomrl t"
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Foimk St,bettrcen Centre and Alachua, Extremely Low ta f'r6Y"i

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And Tennessee_Stall! -Fed Beef. ci N

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The Best of Meatsand at 8 a.ra. frOw CENTRE tTKETtrader's
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The Purest of Ico. :
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f: / 1OU5TRT mien all d DD short 'KOIir*. with I ..-
promptness and disputed *3'TKHH3 CASH.
: Through Bills of ??

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wi: tu tbi.a' traeiv.iscnd
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!Iz rukw," least a remedy that 6-tf Second Street, near Center. i
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Chief of Police.Fernrndina .

coat should .

|ntly or Consutnp-results m- OPENS FOR WINTER RAVEL 1V OV. If, 1880.- 3

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in Asthma, Gainesville' is 250 feet above Jacksonville or the St. John's Hirer. Physicians
Ih,Consumptivethirty highly recommend Gainesville for its perfect dryness and drainage. Hot and. cold
years the baths on every floor. Address, J. B. W I STAR, Proprietor. 7-3m
Fiiiended by phy- --

f perfect Batisfac- Wesleyan Female orb -attention if you please FOR
r or untried but ONLY A FEW SHORT MO-
(ide and constantgeneration STAUKTOS, VIRGINIA. It you have not time to read ,

they tli"B paper until ;you do. .
hNd44ti periled rank Opens its 31st Session
i of the among Pubrs 1880. Among the first Schools and in deli
age. persons very.
Indies in the United States.
use them to clear \ will do the proprietors ot
nroxc. Sold at twenty surpassed. Surroundings : Lung Restorer a kindness a. well
from Seventeen States.
?-ery w here. Ails *, by,reading the following.
'!! : to placeithin your reach an
other ! Mother.! ! TERMS :Board., Washing,
well, worthy <>J any tro'.ble or ex
glish Latin Fr nch, for each
sturbed at niirht and broken Scholastic year,.... .. ...... .. they may go to in getting it intro
.'by a sick child suflering and All extras very low. For and you should assist th m iu the
h the excruciating pain of cut- of so meritorious 1111' article.
dress Rev. W)(. A. UAIlItlS
h f If so, go nt once and get aT.f 33-tf biaunton require but' a few moments to
MRS. WINSLOVV'S SOOTHING what they and others say and in the
.P. It will relieve the poor little J>ent in doing so may prove to have
ref immt'diutely-depend upon it 'most valuable in your who'e tx
ere mistake alwut. There is not a FARM TO .
other\-on earth who hits ever used it, proprietors, )1l'S. rs. Lamar Rankin
who will not tell you at once that it .will A five years lease is offered WholCf.nle 1)1 uggi\tg, Mrcou And
regulate the bowels and give rest to the sponsible party (man of family , G i., are well known over the
I mother, And !'CHefnn!! health to the child, 01 the following described ' \ Stairs: and would not iteK their
'filing like magic. It is ptt'feetly safe conditions ns herein set forth; tn'us firm of high standing by
w use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste being now a resident of New to place UJHIH the market un ai U- .
[and is the prescription of one of the oldest The prowrty known us '' \ ; but little or no merit.
und bent female physicians and nurses in i "Cnvclliers place," is situated ---o-- .
the Aittute e United Stated bold everywhere 25 ; font Arredondo railroad lIOCNT.VERSON. IND., t.
I cents H bottle. road to Micanopy, and ept. 18, 1880. r
[ county rich Lamar, Rankin & Lamar.-Gen
stout thirty (30) acres high
cleared land and shout fifty (50) : I received a few days sincj-,$ bot
THE BEST PAPER TRY IT! Brewer's Lung Restorer, sent to no
land '
rich "Uuvllcleared ,
i ti a A. A. B. BellvHIe. I
ditches require cleaning and w"n) you tJI
liewt' KKAUTIFUI.LY ILLUSTRATED. ance of property consists of I half dozen more. It i* liclping ._
pine woods and water (a portion !I my wife wants me to (coiiiinueitB
Levy). Improvements consist : YOUMtry truly,
u A ear. well and built J.G.. OAItUNEU,
- J fencing,one a log I
Mount Vernon InJ.
au's or stable. Druggist, ,
The Scientific AmericanThe Conditions of Lease' ns
shall pay nominal rent of one SAVANNAH
year, shall pay all taxes on the
Scientific Amrrican is First-
a large NEWS.
promptly us they become due, &
'MSeekiy N ol Sixteen
wspnpor Pages
fencing and improvements in --o-
tel in the moct beautiful :
style, pro-
shall take of cultivate and
care reliable combines .
illustmcd with Attended engravings newspaper every -
sweet orange buds the sour ; calculated to make .
:21 the acwuit Inventions and -
now on the place of which there
'cent Advances in the Art and WITH ALL CLASSES. '
sixty and as ninny more as the
hiding New and Interesting see tit to furnish and have \ independent of cliques but extfnd-t
ture, llorlicult re, the to the National DroDlo-
total limit of two hundred. support
Medical l'rh gri>ss, Social ncrce not to plant two successive pal"t)'. .
History Geology,Astron- cotton or tobacco on the same I nt the principal seaport of the
Ftl"C luablc.xattiCttl -i'J\N'aI.. shall plant cow peas with his I Atlantic States it gives prominent
"all departments ol cane crbps and turn them under. i r<'1:itive to CII !oIF.Rc&aa well
"i in the Scientific to ha taken for use on the place AGRICUI.TCIIAL, l\h CII.\N1CAJ.,
shall not be sold or otherwise MASurACTi-KiNO interests of the
roo hal year Lessee must agree to keep \(: r
nt to Agents and cleared land free from ) GLKRKAI. Lt'cii., and MAn
'd by all growth Preference given to are acknowledged to lie
I L order 10w.N.Y will reside on the pla('e. Al1l1tf in this section, while its Tgi&
WILLIAM A. TOFFIEZ REPORTS of the news of the day
Lh the Arredondo, Alachu- County, and comprehensive. Price of
am. $10 a year; M for six momths.

, :" 'roS $""/. F. Oa.nOIl,' ANNII WEEKLY NEWS"E. r.I...
IS I {G'I e tiridtiI'I 8 PAGES of reading nutter com
Late GmantMitiner of all the news of the week, Tele-
?rib ,1'' Dispatcher up to the hour 'going

"yG9t : Agricultural Items Original ?f'-
d Only $2 a year $1 for sir

kh 4z .
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t tforneyt-at-Law and Solicitors 0/ Journal, containing Origi
and Fbrctgn Patentt. Selected Agricultural Matter, suit
,' u rr yi I fI'GNI F.CT1CB .tent law in all its braD ' latent <>woe an4 U the Supreme Price-*2 a year; $i for six
11i W 1;Clf the United IS tat... Vamphlrt J II. ESTILL .
I.of ftainp for poatag. Savannah. On.

tld tIk 0. S1WJ:' at Manufacturer's Prices

Ik IkYt Manufacturer of

?yea p I u i., & Sheet-Iron Ware.

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klrd and BMoree 8t_.. (
I JloJ Feruu4lu.Fla.

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.njoor letnpBElly trees ,
n,flrontk... This :(lCkiu; utensils of nU kind .
ld-tbe creator part
bean.Vud I* Qlui crop fraa IhMe And Wrough\-Iran Pipes.

C G" ,I ip ipw c i twt.etlu6AAG trees bid fair to I+ : Wells' Specialty

1 1j0 yard.di.taat. St.
ronme abuvo, ('(.otict.
I [Oro e" abut half
:1 out inlrtj-fir .
Lac .. 15-tf.

I .Z.oiLY itbnnt 1500 FOR,SALE. '. '
yo > imported *t
i the tekbtated lFooSE +
-d lx>f the..trees -
L200 wild on& five runni with Closets,fnnjt Pi-
vaiyI.p 7oitd ffroueb into aveet th* l'anl, Ornn e,l mon and Ba-

-- ably fooatcd : Crratn&lIyloca1t'd. Good title'
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-A detachment of theN Issau their next visit they will be interviewed "
din a Express i
an excursion and madeto of the "
Light Artilery left on the by the Mayor, ple 4T ''

&ATUBDAT. JANUARY 29. 'Ml. train on Thnr+lhy, participated in the piv for their I'uu. Drunkenness: diseases i ,

drill, attcntcd the graud lull, and is noXCIIM; tor such conduct. There are v 1j J-;;! '
. work is the chic : (
StstMierlpttou PrleetGD returned jesterday mcrning. Thejrepoit whine Materia 31 ,
*espy,ono y' r.In adf AIIC*..'...............f?.00rani The Blind Preacher. t 'fm;'
.... hav eoPT.l1s IIIOlllh.11 adTaoec. ....... 1.00 ,
One copy,three months inadTanet........... .60 IJt-v. J. 1!. Duncan, ot Ga., \\ ho is: these .;rr tns as 1I "Ii :*:
The X will be placed on the abreriher'.papa -'Rah, for Florida lone tthol blind, will preach in the Methodist I trite? ut' I ucbu ant ,
eontMutlYi nuiulMH hlorebot tubscriplioinplret.
tare week of bright, clear, crisp, cool church on Sunday 30th inst., at 11 those taken uccasional1'who .;*

Bate of AdvertUlnjr weather.' The visitors heait now a. m., on the First aud Second Com- of the IntlPrepare

On of 1 line or leu,OB*lBjerU,.....$LO and he advlseth his sister Imsr <
Bach square addIUonalIIlHniOl1o.......... ........... .50 rejoiceth, ing of Christ ; and at 7 p. m., be DrilL ".. '"
A liberal deduction from the abort wtt* will be : and hu cousins and aunts to com CLAY Ft ,"" .' :
will preach or lecture on the Pure ,
aide with thoM who aarcrtlM by the quarter. six year. south. Antioch 1;(
Editorial Notice lye cent per line-for web a.4 i and Beautilul. I '
am o
Try Uaartioa. Hoots! Shoes! HllppersI . a
from Gray }
Great reduction in prices which Dixie Now and Dixie Then find more st h

1f1 Notice.Tb defy competum atPAtLIra.E' Cot Smith's (our Bill Arp) lecture kin's Buch '
1 *form of Hi: FUKAXIHA.Euaxat ire closed have evertwilling ,
:" RK above
TVrlday morning at 10 o'clock. Adrertuer will on the subject, delivered at that were ti y rr J

T plM tab Botico and govern UmBMlve accordingly1iasoisle Mr. Pnal Funk's X,.w York Stare Lyceum Hall on last Friday night, I
I .--,. v .. is still the f:v urlt(. \\ itlt parties in was greatly enjoyed by a small similar preparatio rccom .

A rWular coamunieaU i'ofXmelia Lodge search of .good article at low price but appreciative audience. The inclemency -
ICs 41, F. *A. M,wiU-b beld on Monday DO YOU W.
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j to attend. r. SCOTT, W. If. with an entire new lot of goods many atten !ling who otherwise would worse, is the inevitable H ,
lao..A. ITiiTiiiT.Sea suspension of the menstru? ,'"
which cai-not fail to please all. have been pra ent. The lecture co ndilion which should not be" _

N ABSAU CHAPTEtt NO. 53, 8.A., ., was mtrouced by Judge II. J. Baker, Immediate reliet is the only The Shirt
_. 17th at 7* o'clock Triumph and ih hU calm demeanor n ainst constitutional ruin. In all
'ar netting February { quiet, dignified -
Traui.Bt Companion fraunulr lulled to attend Superior in quality and style tor *1 ot suppression suspension or other irllariiy
'only, worth $2 at no one would have recognized ot the "4co rse3; Bradfield's Fell

PAUL FUNKK'S Nsw YORK STOKE the humorist. Bill Arp's witi- Regulator is the only sure remedy It J
Pest Office II.ur*. by giving tone to the nervous centres,!
O.Ju Ilovn From 800A.M. to GOOr. -We learn with regret that Mr. i isms are of the genuine order of proving the blood and determining

11. Money Orders and Registered Letters C. A. Dumerc find it to wit, and for a full hour he enchainedthe rectly to the orgms of menstruatim.: It
from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 1". )L; and from 2:00P. nectttnarry. a legitimate prescription and the most in
u. to 3::,0 1". )[. Sundays from 10:30 to leave Fcrnandina, and make his home attention of his au lie lice. His telligent physicians use It. Prepared \>\

11:30 A. u. and 3:30 to 4:30 r. M.AKHIYAL eleswhere. Mr. Dvmere has lour word p ctures of the Dixie of the Dr. J. Bnidti Id, Atlanta, Ga. $1.50 per"
bottle. Sold by JNO. L. CLAY, }o'crnandim -
vivid ait-l carried beck the
beeu one of Fennirdina most popu- past were \, Fla.
SvrQur IfaO Arrives daily at 10:30 A M.
Closes 3:00 v M. young men, nnd will leave a host of memory to days gone by. Notasulg-a, Ala., July 7, 1877.Bradfield's
JStuVtern J&Arrivea 330AM. We do not hesitate in Female Regulator has been
of friends whose good wishes will pronouncing
:Ioses" 4* 10:00 A M. thoroughly tested by me in a great varietyof
attend him. the lecture a suucesami, would advise cases, and I am fully convinced thM it
Jl.", ar.ll'h.dcr'.l1ilIMcl is unrivalled for all that class ot diseases
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p M. Fall and Winter Goods all who have an opportunity to which it claims to cure.J.

lotus Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A M. at New York co'tt, Paul Fnnke'n hear it by all means. C. HUSS. M. D.

St. Mary', Oa.. only- --------
New York Store.
The Fair.
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 A. M.M .
and 2:30 -Th side-walk improvement recently ONE OF MANY.
Tuesdays Fridays at P. H. The Union reports the Fair as a
Wcdn'sdays rnd Sat'days 9:00 A. M. inaugurated have been of un- Springfield, Robertson C.)., Tenn.,
Closes Tuesdays a"d, Wednesdays, brilliant success. Some of the exhibits November 27, 1880.

FrIdays end Saturday*,at 2:30 P. M. told advantage to our principal were late coming in, but all DK J. BR.4.DFIEt.D-Sir : My daughter

SAMUEL T. RIPDELL. P. M. ulreets. I'vdevtrian can now travel has been suffering for many years with
are of a v.ry superior' qual'ty. The that dreac tu: affliction known as Female

on the darkest nights without tall daily attendance is large, and Northern Disease, which has cost me many dollars,
rkarrh Director/ ol into holes mud and notwithstanding I had the bast medical .
ger stepping puddles -
viMtors much interest in
are attendance, could not find relief. ]I

PRE3BYTEEIAH. etc. the magnificent display of frniis and have usPd many other kinds: of medicine
Rev,J. II. Mrer. D.D., Pastor. Services at 11 without effect. 1 had just about given .
.. .and S p. m. Sunday-reboot 9JS a. m. Prayer -A large ! her of heart but
Utettaf ThurwUjr,8 p. m. Strangers and citizens up, was out happened
are cordially in'filed. their line was recei vud aud opened: says: in the store of W. W. EckUr several weeks
EPISCOPAL. since, and he knowing of my dll 1gbter'g
this week. Their how
1t....O.P.ThackaraPastor, sonto*at 11 a.m. The exhibits in this department affliction persuaded me to try a bottle or
Prayer at 4 m. 8und.T..ehooi 3:30 m. We.lI- windows brilliant .
p. p. present a a1'1'c'lr- although not iiurnerou arc your Female He "1.l1l1tor. She began to improve
day service Friday 4 p. m. Sects IrH. Strangers
aid other are cordially mrit''i to attend. ance. The best of all, however, it. quite creditable. Oranges lemons at once. I was so delighted will
CATHOLIC. its cflect that 1 bought several more bottles. -
the fact that goods are maked do \vi .
lime shaddocks
EOT. J. F.O'Bojlf, Pastor. tetvi".s a\Old Town citron, bananas,
New Town Max and The price, $1.50 a bottle, seemed to be
-HIM at I a. m. At High at bottom Vrict'l'Our .
SrmOB,10.30a.mCatechl n<4 p.mV per .T.JO pm guavas, are displayed. Also the very high at first, but 1 now think it tho

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Senator, Hon. W. .Thomp tender buds and blo soras of the citrus cheapest preparation on the globe and
Kev. J. "'k aa, Factor.Serf toe at 11 a. m. and knowing whit I dc about it, if to-day one
':11 p.I at..'.'ck.Prayer Xe", WedA., l CTCBiaf sin, keel u* well supplied' with the family, for the purpose of tltOW'i i of my family was sunVring with that awful

ai BAPriST.EOT. jujriulsoC the Penile and .\/lojem"lyfor ing that the late Ireez did not dam : disease I would hue it it it cost $50 a hot Ditn
B. M. Kinjc Putor. Serrlora the Brat and tie, fur I can truthfully> it has cured !
.- p..cod ,..dllY.In each month at II a.m. and 7:30 which htt ks* our sincere th:ink*. age the fruit, as at first apprehend my daughter sound and well, and myself
.. SJO .. I Ie'
MoaAay-Kheol COLORED CBUKCHK9.TVMify p. In looking over the j mruil, we SeC 1." and wile do most heartily recommend your

Vrthodut pwrapoL-BcT.. 1. O. Howard. that Mr. Thompson introduced the And of the latter Female Regulator to be just what it is
Pk tor. Services at 11 a. m., 4 D. m. and 7:30 p- m. recommended to be. Respectfully,
SandaKlMol >a... Par Meetag Wednesday first bill of the session, for supplying "There is an excellent display of II. D. Fe.A ru ERSToN.
It 7 .'.lo.k. For Sale by all Druggists. 10-
maimed soldiers with artificial limbs.Nassau
Jtfrui MttKodM.t EpucapaL-Vjti.E...Brookea I 1 I vegetables. Orange county makes
factor. Sernceo at 11 a. re. S p. ..and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday-ached a.m. Prayer Meeting Wedoe.dT, county contains ten sawmills a county exhibit that is well worth COMMISSIONERS' SALE.By .
at 7 o'c oek.
all but one in active the attention of the visitor. The Yl
Pint Baptut.-K John Atlaten,Paiitor. Service operation virtue of an order or decree of tl
tt.' "; at 11 ..m., 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. .... Buudaraehoola. Allowing the small average of 10,000 dixplay of cauliflower, lettuce. Irish Circuit Court, granted by HU Honor R.
Vi .
, 4. a. ua. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 ocloci.
I Archibald in Chambers on the 2.V1
..--d. : &< \-.. ; at 11 a. in.,3 p. m. anj 7:30 p. m. of December, 1880 in
}!i'_ .. .'; arhaol a. ... Prayer Meeting sun.lay-I I pacity in the county ol 100,000 feet en s. There is also a very fine exhibit Uusstl &: J. R, Norfleet. parties of

> .i.: -:. .lock. ol lumber daily, or 30,000,000 feet in ol vegetables from Duv.ilrounty. it: Norfleet -vs. Mary B. King and oU.
: heirs of A. J. King for partition of Rc.r .
:i" !''.!*'' 300 woikii.g days. ThN, we COli"i.1- ." Estate.

TU\YN TALK. We will sell at public outcry in front of1
er, a pretty good lumber exhibit fur The same paper males the follow
The Three Cent Counter the Court House, in the city of Fernandina. -
one small county vf 6,635 inhabil- ing mention ol a class ot exhibits Nassau county, on the first Monday in

i, at Paul Kunko'a New York Store anti which flionlj be encouraged to the February, A, D. 1881, being the 7th daj '
i the Montn, the following de"'lcrihl'
-Uft.l the Tolu Hock and Hy, -It is an old ad.f>sgt! that "().\- utmost. Florida inventions ought I Estate, situated and being in ai(l

advertieement on our fourth pi;;". tienc and will certainly be better adapted to FIIH i.II' of Nassau State of Florida-th
pt'ricrlllce accom- William Drummond Grant or !Scand
"iCteeh't' I" IhHItI our harbor plish nil things." This m.iy be true requirements than can be obtained I 49. Township) North of RaS

loading with lumber lor- foreign but we have been patiently persevering I abroad: Him Eist, Drummond 52768-100 Grant acres. or Also Sect tI| kf

and domestic ports in attempting to have laws pa-scd u 'Machinery Hall" has within ito Township (4) North of Range (
1-1:2 32 100 Also lots a-I
exhibition article of acres.
cattle and horses may agri-
The Three Cent Counter prohibiting runningat tion (12) Township(4). North of If

j. at Paul Funke'n New York Store large on the street, and it is notyet culture and mechanical rnichinery, P>8t containing (80) acres. AIs( ,,
HadJ. ck Grant Section 4 ;.
which notable th of ) or
are >se I
-Wood and coal hail been in great accomplished. In urging this among Township (4), North of Kane I

matter we are not Florida invention, such as Cotton Containing 243 12-100 acres. M
dwntud during the past wftk.Orange prompted by any
Gin Cultivators Harrow and Bar lowing lots at King's Ferry in s.
personal animosity either to the ;
are still going north in Florida: Lots 2.3 4, in Block
-' numb train stock nor their owners, but speak rows. 1 1.3,4. in Block No. 1; lots 3, 4,
large n. Every freight
solely for the good of the town. Mr. Perry, of Columbus county, So. 5; ION 2, :t, 4 ill Block No. 8;
it oompo ed largely of orange laden has 3. 4 in Block No. 7 Terms: ''
one of the best cultivators
Such things are permitted in na civ- we chasers to pay for titles.
can. have seen, and offers through the JOHN Ow
-Mr. George Hurniide who has I iliztd town, and we surely want Fer- WlLLIASJACKSO I
nandiua classed in Park Association, i 10 to any one who
been here attending to Mr. Bishop'sorange category.We ; s
will buy a plow with which he will C-td.
want to create a favorable impression -
packing returned to l.illlllJme
on the minds of visitors I do as cood work'as can be done with
OK the St. Johns river on Wtduesdaj -:
last. and we cannot do so by neglectingthe he cultivator. GUNS !

little things which go to make . -
few Attraction!
Notice to Creditors.All
up a neil, attractive town. Pfs
The three cent counter Ml Paul
... indebted the firm
-- persons
Funke'a New York Store. 7t
Straws Streety & Bro. are hereby requestedto arjusTALj

The detachment 01 the Fernan- We hive received the first number come forward and settle at once.

dtna Light Infantry which attended 1 of an illustrated eight-page paper 10-lt SrnEKxr & UR.).

the fair, returned yesterday rnortiing
ot the above name, published at

r in high spirits'" feeling certain of having Louisville, Ky. It is somewhat on Columbus, Ga.. Apr. 12. 1878. "Q

won the prize. he order of Puck and contains sine Dn. C. J. MOKFETT-Dear Sir-My wife -
k and myself are satisfied that the life of nur _rij.\;
-Oei her Wednesday trip, the good cartoons in colors.Inexcusable. teething babe was saved by the use of your I w

Utarmer Florida brought down nine .. Testhin (Teething Powders), when oilier ireeFo < .I. ,(';11.;
remedies had failed to relieve him. We
ty-fin pas eogen. As she was late, ... have been delighted with the- speedy and ) ,, I Ii

'.__ .'. a special train left, !tore at 3 p. m. We: learn that on Stlurday last a permanent relief given one of our children i.I'I'i.
I from attack of choler mortxu. !
severe '
for J acktoODyilJe'I couple of countrymen came into Teethina is indispensable to us, and shouldbe i";;jI

-An excursion train, using the town, and before the close of the day kept by all pnrcnta having small chil ',,,
dren. Respectfully, etc..
aJr-braket, heft for Jacksonville at 1 were pretty well under the influence JESSE B. WRIGHT. '1. rG s-r \.",.

o'clock Thursday morning. Air- of liquor. This fact of itself, jlt no Foreman Enqairer-Sniu ;
For Sale by JNO. L. CLAY. 10- ,..
brakes are an improvement recently innsaal occurence, but the sequel of l,1;tj;

introduced on thin_road. lie affair ill what we complain ot. Notice. :;:.,j

New Fall.. .Winter Good Towards evening, these two country-
rues were induced j
Paul } unke'. New York store offer to mount their Gainesville Fla. "

=-- its large Block ol Clothing Dry steeds and start homeward. : but, instead I,I Notice Is hereby given that onji j .'ll, ,
Good Boots ot riding : day the second day of March, -(-
Shoe at strictly peaceably along, they 9 o'clock. A. it,we shall be pre ; I IP ,::1:1:
New York cost His new unpplu-a byevery irnuscd themselves by smashing receive cash applications. at a ,

steamer will guarantee A nuperior every straet limp within reach along less than one dollar and twenty***. 1"l- a aOffi
selection. per acre, for the West half Sect!
their entire line of march, demolishing in Township Three, North off 4.

The entertainment given on five or six limps that Twenty-four East. L.. A,- BAS!
cos tthe J 5
Wednesday evening liy the Hergers I I Jon F. ROLLINS, } R, .,, I ,
city about seven dollars each. Generally -',. Receiver. J r T1 '

L and their new company was a onr country friends are well : Gainesville Fla..)? .188E ix

perfect sacetrso. A large audience '
behaved anti
come to town, get
w.. out, and the performers were tight if no Incline, and go quietly Equator Beer'always on '"f''t

s' {regn.ntlt neoiev? arriving by every -er "
; lorn*. It M to W hoped that
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