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: March 12, 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: VID00021
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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J. IVs Howell, I, in {ibe ontesteu'elec. =jaf I t Febyand wan in a hopeless condi- I At 5 u'cvdl) a mi i

MARCH 12.. -SSL lion ca& -..ol:' FiuIeyfw.,Bisbee.Jtoe.....1011..when' o! rbau1 d.by the katie Jfat de joie, by the.n "

I I trsU'niqtNtinted: 'i U- III,*'," rtectioiI'To?I Coe'.a i.'The !ship' 'pen'. ,and most cations of this city.

Subscription .!lees. 1 IlIrl',,n.1Ntrn ,citixetisrvntin ;.",ithftlJ of r' Utf-J.hP'personal f X l h ggai'g:18 saved.Lapirin ; i, At 8 1". g. an ilium
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0. Copyonelear.II "" OM copy.ulx months in .riraure.' ...:......... 1.00 having x hilit.tln; lun. ..Iiz.itiohi,., ,r>apern. -j t ;Jeimei| and crVw. 'left for Savfinah' yacht, and grandp'ay 'pyrt, _
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One ,thrr mou'b in uirapec. .
opr .So .rI ,>on the I harbor. The wl
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Tile X will lie iilnced nD tbs eubecriher'.pagetire. . .. : 'ul1-TllurltIIl\., v"lIIl1t.1 was
.0oneec.tise nnmben belore th. nuWrlplioit *. 'I. conclude"with 'a ball at the Kgmoll w i
ezpiree. -A large frame: building, uij .to oar thr.poiiii of Mnking when aband- Hotel. '

Rate of-Advertising be intended lor a livery stable,is being i oned. The celebration, which was' an-
On. Iqur.of a line or lees,oat tuaurtion\t1.00 i -- __ . nounced fur the 15lh has been
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Each ..dditlon.l insertion........... ........... .IO erected on Beach street between Tbe ,.'1;. !A. Annlreraarjr.Tne postponed DRY
A liberal deduction from the above raW will be Third rumored .until' the 23d of the present
and Fourth. It i iaa that
mde with ib ..e who advertise by tbe Quarter .lx most recherche affair that has month.

Munthior Editorial)Notice'enr. fire cent per line for each and Mr. 3IcGinnis, ol Jacksonville is tti I occured in Fern in.liua since the war, . ---. Goods Sold at Fri
e.ry iDMll1loD. tarnish the Mable.
AS ORDINANCE
: graced the second STANDARD FRISTS fat color..
anniversary of I i OINOHAXS...............
New and Sanmer Good
Notlee. Sprit.g : Itllrau.I i ht Artillery. Thy im- Making Appropriations for 1881 : Bitaeked and Brown Cotton.........
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The forms of the FuiuKDiira En-anus are closed and the Hate of Assessments JEANS. ...........
Paul Fnnke's New York offer Taxing
store -
incise and gjHUitaneous out pouring Gent and Ladies BOSS............
oa Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Advertise will for 1880.
UK \large stock ol Clothing Dry \\IT this
please take notice and novern themselves accordinnly4 jxrpular c .mpany's.riends
Good Boots and Shoes at strictly wait Be it ordained 1-y the City. Council of SPECIALWllfrER
New York' cost His new supplies by tot haiflnoraesl compliment they the City of Fcrnandina,

A regular communication m..olale. of Amelia Lodge. every "h'lnwr wjl.glt. :u te p,,w l'rrior ..Cpt; gays receivtd. Taw :.y iihe fipensesbl' :THAT; I or suet the;h.c purpose'Femandina of defraying for theyear the Custom madt SUITS SUITS.which...are...worth...... -_;,.
.JV , will be held ... .... .. ,.u
No. 47. F. *; A. M on MonduyjCiT to..lt'cliol uvp.I' '
evening. March Hth at 7:30 o'eloeksharp ."}.. .. Of ,. r lava IOt4tCdt* th'e dny'pf: the anniversary 181,'the following appropriations be

t-attend./VA Transient brethren W.are F.fraternally 8OOTT W.invited M. -The City,6| .Budgetoi i } btous i gr ht jJ.rid'1C;>y aii; celebrated! in a most 'be and ol taxes are hereby for the made year 1880 from:the collections BE SURE

A. W. LOMMAXX, Bee Bit. down about, }jUtj f jWednesaay ll \.se4g if';": .o ,t jtti(lgui.yIder.'e' -: .', I For Sanitary pupoaes.... .. ... ... t..80000

At 4'o'clock Officers' aalarits.. ...... ;'
in City
ASS t1 4TEB.I10.S3. R.A. If., last. This route hat the afternoon the 1.40000 I BEG
!> V, 4.* ... Office stationery and fuel... 150 00
Regular meeting,, Mirch 17th at 7iG o'etecV accoiiimotlated thousands' III Jallllt'lI'. company assembled at their_armory 'I Street Lamps. .... .. .... 22500
Tr..ot CuopanionifratemnllylnTited to attend gera during the' 1 season. I in full uniiorin. and pro- eeVied to the General Fund...... ...... .. 2.86083

-Hou W. N. Thompson returned common to engige in the prize drill. I Roads and Bridges... ... . .. 500 DONT FORGET Tl
Poet Office !Hour Tie Be it further ordained, That for the pay-
Office Iloun-From 8:00 A. x. to 6:00 r. from Tallahassee on Saturday last, drilling WHO remarkably fine, ment of the aforesaid appropriations the Paul Funke'BEFORE

M. Money Orders and Registered Letters linikin ; net well and hearty a* usual.; and alter a fpinlrd contest Mr. sum ot one per cent be levied and collected PURL .
from 8:00 A. )(. to 1:00 p. )(. ; and from 2:00r. Louis lL, was declared the best upon the assessed valuation of the
M. to 3:30 P. )(. Sundays from 10:30 to Mr. Thompson took a prominent .partin rsey ; taxable property of the city, one fourth at
1130 A, M. and 3:30 to 4:30 P. M. the acts of the last Legislature; drilled Soldier. least ot the aforesaid tax or levy shall be NEW ATTBACTION.
: paid in of tbe United Slates Oov-
ARRIVAL AND CEPAIlTDIiK OF THE MAILS. Lyceum Hall was the scene ot she currency
introduced a number of'iraporlanl ernment. P. S.-E\'cry customer purchasing $10.00 worth <
JiortJttrn J/dfl-Arrives daily at 10:30 A M. evening felivilie and Section hundred dollars
of
Closes M 3:00 P M. bills, anti wan never absent Irom his presented a 3.-Eight the present. aNEW
Southern Jlu1-Arrivcs" 3:30 A M. lie is welcomed here gay appearance 'i he immense tables I currency of the United States Govern-
jofet. by a ment that shall be so collected shall he
:::Ioses" 10:00 A M. were-fairly graniug under the for
accu to
large host of friend I applied appropriation Sanitary purposes FALL AND
St. J/artft and Trader' hull Hall- ululated weight of good tilings, and j l. and the remainder of said currency
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p x. -Amelia Island is not much behind I to the General }Fund said currency to be
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A U.St. wine, wit, and wisdom flowed freely. paid out by the Treasurer only upon war AT THE: l'Orm.Al.DIY GOODS HOTJ3Ii
Southernseetion of the
Iftirtft, Ga.. nly- inor : The elite of the city, and many guestsof I rants written or printed according to the
form with the seal
tjiata; in garden truck. Mr. Kydd following ol the city
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 A. M. our hotels graced the occasion i thereon,and signed by the Mayor President -
44 Tuesdays and Fridays Ht 2:30 p. M.M now* his strawberries i) and Fernadina's with their j of Council and Clerk, to-wit:

Wednesdays and Sat'days 9:00 A. )(. brag gardener, Geo Dorseygathered presence T "; ...?.. No.' ....
Closes Tuesdays and 'Wednesdays, .Like other p l Igrims we wended flUSNilHA, FlA......IS.. e
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 1'. M. r-trawbmies a week To the Trusurer of the city of l'ena'Ddma:
ago. our way to the. Lyceum Hall, where Fry to. ..................................or order
SAMUEL T. RIDDELL. P. M. The jail at Quinsy was burnt last was gathered one of the nest assemblage for......,..-,..j..Mlrea UoUu Dry Goods Clothing, Boots and Shoes,!

week and four of ;
inmates perifhedin that ever graced any occasion ...........................President Ceat e11.
Church. Directory. the tt 1011:8. The scene is aid tohave in our Island City. .. .....................t llIfk.S and Fancy Goods at N. Y. Pric

PRE8BYTKKUN. been. heart-rending. We the { } THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM AT
were recipient of hand-
Her, J. n. M) >rs. D.I, Pantor. Services at 11' . . a
.. .. CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
and 8 p;m. SuuAay-aiihootS *ir)Prayer
1oII'f'tlnIl1'burIldR1.8 p:m, tJtioDyen'and: citizens The Sol way. somely gotten: up invitation to tile Secion: 4.-Warrants in accordance with

are uoriully invi.ed. .* j1 Anniversary ol( ..the. Nassua Light the fallowing form shall be issued for the NET: GOODS received every week, so that our Stock is alwaA.
EPISCOPAL. The large steamer of- Mr. Lawtey'sdirect payment of all bills except such as may

Rt... O.P. TbacsaiaPaitor. ,lervfoi 11 ft. m. } English, hue under command Artillery, and. .at, o'clock piomptlytheComraillee'of .. ue properly made from the appropriations LARGE STOCK OF-
Prayers at 4 p. m. 6und..v rhooi 8:30: p. m. We-k- for &tniury purposes and General Fund:
day M-rric, trill.,. 4 p. m. Beats fnot!. Strangers nt Capt. Larkin, arrived in port from Arrangements announced 1 I ....... No....
and ota- are coidially invited( to attend. ... Bllf1c1LES
: FLA..is. Plll'NPS.
.PIIaJ"IfDIt.
their !
CATHOLIC. Port Royal on Sunday last. :She: to guests tale( banquet i;i.The City of Fernanditt will pay tofoV.V.V.V.V.V.V..V.V..V.V.V..V.V.I..............

Rev..J. F. O'IJoJlt. Pastor. kettiee at OUTuwnM hailed for Bridgewater, England, onVednei awaited them. To the touch of inspiring ......... From 5 cts a yard and upwa
at I a. m. At New Town-High Mas andarrm..l0.aol.mCAtechlllm.4'.1PVe the soldeir .............................UtTom.CitT .
music
per.7M p.m \ MimiODIHT EPISCOPAL. their guests took seals at a collation
fer. J. Atkins, !'* tor.Service at 11 A. m. and aud a 187 bales sea island cot that would d honor I }
<> to and GLOVI
7:10 p m. Piajer Meeting Ivory Wednesday"Tnin any occasion. A large assortment of IIOISERY
*ai I v'u<
.". n. U. Kin* PiI.tor.nl4'.f'1 RAP fIST.F. on the first and on at Ik-ulorl, S. C. Committee made all soon at ease I I the city is ordered to received, when tendered i lucky Jeans a full stock. Special bargains in
_..> d SuudMTH lii each month at 11 a.m. and 7:30 and the banquet progressed with in payment of the above tax, any
f. w. ttunday.wuuol&3U p. m. Found Dead. .. Alter' halt outstanding scrip or warrants upon the 1 IO ) :.uiirIiii I IGENTS' I I
!griifr 'pleasure an hour
LOBED CUUHCHK3.TH Treasury of the City for thret=.fourrbs the
..it,
tai r-: ..t..r.tlav-kchool rvrriersatiia.m.54e.aajaudiIapim.0*.BU fM>eryeshestW dhe(ftay, Gelnatu'1Il tf'e employ, ,Mr. announced, that the Regular'Toasts ; tending payments of tux but no bonds orcoupns full lines of Latest Styles. Our DOLLAR Sill
J:OUi.g 4oI
bonds detached
.i 7 o'cl'M-k. V .., Curtis :St.: MI Ga. darted i\i\ I from any bonds that hive heretojre been
.Afr1" thpiteepe&44 LL: taookewratar. y. .i; them in the order below : Orders by mail promptly attended to.
tf'UI.1..t 11 ". n:, S" ID.and ':'M p. m.bunduy..chool0a.Mr issued shall be received in payment.of any
]3iortiUB\VeJne boat lor a day'n, which i had a Having a resident buyer In New York, I' icial orders' can
PrHyrf iijMjit!
/ lst! he'DLy
.t; ,,'c'uck. . ." ..n *__wYyalluY Celebrate. I tax. hark: prices
lint Bl1pl. .-Rcv.John A H.JtfnTii U>r*fetrvfco* sad and fatal: termination. A! he was The Anniversary ot the Nassua Light Section 8.-The Collector shall proceedto Having introduced the FIVE CENT nl!?fIi.
at 11 a.in., <>p. rue and :30'p.. art Suudiw.choolV alotio l : it, ia n<*l known how he came i Artillery. May each recurring oue be a collection of taxes under this: ordinance we show large variety articles which live Ut
a. rn.. Prayer Xerting WrdncmUy. ,at 7 d Cl0! -'It.Xrtvrvl bright particular spot in the memory: of :: on February 16th. 1881, at which price
Baptitt.Kt. L!TW Cook. Pastor Rr.- itt to his Gl'\lh. but it U supposed IK each individu.il member.-dipt. W. 0. Jet- I lime the taxes levied as aforesaid shall be North '
lOt 11 ". in.,jJ m. and 7:30 m. iluu.I. '- I
.,11'01' a. m. Fr p..}rr Meeting: Hrdt.esdaye 1 at)7 handled hit gun carel..s ly'al\lt shirt lad.. | due and shall cause a notice of such col- 83 Walker Street. New York.BBUN8WIOE. f25-t'.l
The State of FloridZ\-
o'aloik. : lection to be published in the Fcrnandina
himself. The body was found in the May her future be bright lustrous and EXPRESS of this: city ten days prior to
.
boat on Tuesday. Air. Lynn I I.I progressive. May her industries now in February 16th.Adopted .
TOWN TALK.Mr. I i; their infancy soon take theii just rank Februaray 2nd. 1881. t I
i is spoken. ol Ltt a worthy industrious ::: amongst the industries of our great coun- 4 FKED w. IIOYT. ,
M. Williams and familyare :: try.-Dr. Myer. j President of Couucilt tern.
> >
youn-: man, and his untimely end is I} n
stopping ut the Mansion House.It 1 I I 3rd. The Ladies-God bless them- Attest: .QRAY &
deplored by the entire community i j May their bright smiles and words of: W. F. WOOD, Jr., ) .
in conteinj"ito.l thai quite a I I cheer ever be the stimulus to urge us onward City Clerk. f RAT +

number ot Jacksonville families will A Bold Robbery. i i!:I in the path ol duty.- W. J. Wood- Pass-d--.February 23rd. -, 1881, over the G
tcard. 1> veto of ills Honor the Mayor.
mile Fcrnandini their t-ulDm -r rexrl Mr. Levi Juries iV one ol tilt recent 4. The Press- I f FRE W. HOYT I

idenco. Ni-tllefir at Amelia, on this Island and The great organ of pu'-.tje opinion, President of Council,pro tent
whose influeuuce ana power is the recognized :- Attest: I I
The Three Cut Conuterp* is a man of considerable mean, motor ot this country.-/ A. Whit W F. WOOD Jr.. I IRON

though! hardworking and induMrioun.He.believei ney. City ITerkJ "IHt ; .
i i" 'tt Paul Futike'it New work StoreIt 5iu. Our GuesU -' _
in doing all he car with- May our court lo make the evtuing; Proclamation. I IM t

is highly. important that our oiKthe ass'lal'e tlf hired. t help.! and plelt.LDlltnd entertaining hue been ucctmi- : Lumber
Shell (Head be kept in repair. A'drive ( plUlieduas; that lea l1. ;noiJr. desire .tudAUlTilUOU. A vow's OFFICE. tFeriiiindina roalitt': ': ;,
in with this he l -
conformity I prini-iple, Flu.. iw r
on tile beach i is oar ol Feniandinit's -, V"'lk Mf3ii March -lIb, IMSI.frTOTICL connWasheis.I '
was on \VeJn "! d t'itr;i Our OMII n.iiiv4Avia ol the finest
chief fsr } I i U hereby given to Kit-qualified
attract tons. the fi..M just < p]>.tuef.tiidrui ;,.IU i flt\'ur seemed to add jest and humor 1.1 voters ol lh* city ot .'...ml&odinlllthlit

AT PAUL FUNKK\ NEW YORK STORK view ut his residence. 1f JIJiIa': t.t tJH'r.-J'ct'fh P.:' a.if I.lteg.:I tlvnieu the annual election for officers of .
The Three Cent Counter w sfld*tiitt-luWlww.set :\V Ito, ri slsCulet tit lllht'. Ilreal.t'ctitetuastl siid city will be held on Monday the
was also absent, lourth day ol April. 1881!: at the city
did Alter
MI handsomely. the
Capitalists would find a few neat temKiarily alorin.. Two ir-rttiop: ; council rooms on Third street, betweenthe : ,
| rr u1alFQualiis'bhn .CuSiriliaii.of' the *hours -of 8 A. x., and sunset on said di tb;'R .k.kI
(comfortable' collage, erected In f'l- were seen lurking around I'U"Vi'illu>t Committee turned; over the occasionto day and the following officers of the city

\'or; ',locations, a .paying investment 1\'.aUt. on ihrrt-.urnofMrs. Joiu-s, lie, the Battery Bud their guest,when will then and there be chosen by a majority r,
of the votes given at said election, viz : I HO
. There is great demand (for discovered th.lllbu house! : had been im orleertttM"'|1'iyhappy?em4rks t}' ni6 were One Mayor. } tai
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in .1
botlses.' enteredaud that in cash were Nine Aldermen. j ,
MbputlllS ,a
I
.5- made; and about 11 o'clock, the ta- One City Clerk and Treasurer.
Xew Attraction gold watch and chain valued at 1150, blewas abandoned lor the floor, and I One City Marshall nnd Tax Collector.

The three Paul I I and several articles clothing: had those who desired indulged in trip- One A.I8I sor. '
enl counter at Given under my band and seal of the ,t.5
Jtlllkt.Nt>w York Store. j j i beencarried.41. Mr Jones started out ping th' light hutastic loe. city the 4th day of March 1881

in hot lrursuitind hollowed burglars ;; With sorrow we announce that C. A. H:.LLY. Mayor.
-Cattle and hors s are pr vilenedcluracttr Mime of the prominent members ol TCUNKR Dt'UNQ Marshall.

in this city. When theyare alum, the llt'3\11. up the Shell the Battery were in affliction and pn'.W

too lazy to gel out ot the way pe- Itua.l. and lost Mghtof them near the we were debarred the pleasure ot t ta&L 1.. ..} THE LEO

II'fllr.lillll are obliged to walk, around Ross place. As yet nothing has l been |:; their oclely. 155w.

them. I seen of the culprits. The loss isa We stall long remember the first Registration Notice..
and second anniversary of the gallant -
Spring and Summer Goods heavy one to Mr. Jones. Nashua Light Artilery. NOTICE is hereby given that the City :
. Books'are now open at M. u B; {
New York cost at Paul I Funke' There is ample material here in our w t
at Marino DUatter. the City Clerk's office P.O. Building. All IV 3I. W. SUl _;hh. .
New York Store. ', Inland oily to (ill\ up to itl..l111 necentu persons whose name shall not appear on 1
The Schooner: Katie Collins, Cap- -" the ranks of the corpse-the that list iJh ill be debarred from voting at
The investigation of the charg.a .-" I the election to be held for city officers on
of an-i the
tam John Mxlhift arrived in on pride our city, impetus
port .
ninslCliiel Justice Randall resultedin this occasion will the 4th dayof April, 1881.
a Wednesday la a complete exoneration. The com add many members to our gallant 16-3w City Clerk.

mittee made its report on the 3.1 ittst. Wilmington, bringing: the officers Battery. E'UIN18Hbership '
and crew of the water-lodged bark --*.- ,.OVER, ONE-HALf; f I ; i s ;
if lees n .
The Triumph Shirt King Oscar, Capt. Jensen, Capt. Celebration of the Openingof of the male portion the' American people Certificate ot
45 years of age softer more, lest with ..
Superior in,quality \UV.tylo for. ,$1. hthi?,.rl'port a severe gale,on the the diseases of the Kidney and'.Bladder ..
Fcrnandlna JacktoiiTllIe
B. R.
only, ,,"orth'2, at ol 4th and. 5lh, timing which he was There are various causes for U U, orefe..I
PAUL FUNKK'S NBTW YORK. 'STORE work b the chief came. NoUdng in the
-" .. blown -out ol hip course, across the Proposed Programme.At wlmle Materia Medics w so well calculated. i

,!1 v, --Alight frost'wAi,perceptible! on Gu f Stream."On the morning of 10 A. M., or upon the arrival of to invigorate and restore healthy tone to.'

/Monday. and Ttjwda'y ",,sbutr'though the 6th in Ljt.:SOo 50'/LU 79 > 30', the first Excursion from Jacksonville, these orpins ofBachn as and lUnkhi's Juniper.Compound A few Extract :

U will'h'ave"j the t'ffect of'relarding : he sighted a vessel 1 in distress, butcould a national totluU IC 38 gun, to b taken occasionally will greatly be

-.5--' vfgelation, we hear of no not reach her before evening.Ju tired by the Nfttoua L ght Artillery. of those tne'KiJney who are or afflicted Bladder.with' t -1 '

.. J j serious damngyno crops.Boos coming up with her she proved Company of Fcr !..: nllin*. ., Prvpared nly by HaD _$ :

I Shoe! Slipper! tai be th ; ,bark King Oscar without At the conclusion of the aalate CLAY That Druggist Fernandina and, _fo< r.It .

j Great ..reduction in prices .which a rudder. leaking badly and labelingheavily. grand Union n ;:"tt:.. I $.ADlioch.Troup. '
.cLam. ot th
I, defy eorppetion at .' 2 Officer and crew. eleven in A series" of sports, consisting of sack, rom' ravel one or d' T,1, ? V ,,','

Paul i FunkcV New York Store.Mr. number, were safrly'transferred, and races, hurdle jumping, greased pole ftnd mWr and '
kin's Bu and Jut
Panl Funke'a stock! of, dry ,and brought in. Captain Jensen potato picking matches, wheel-barrow have'ever tn I

t J\. pooli, clothing, .bpgts and shoes. left CouvhavenT Hamburg on De- race, tug of war, etc. that were the "

t "j : etc., in morc'compll)f1V'tf1tnYe\-e.r' crraber'28'tb J> *#*- *'. 'loaded* with cjpiteJ These' 'wilh an intermission of two I II would i ieimf it. I-recommend willingly gin ;' )',.,,'.i'.

',"; w're. He invites all" to pall on him. Alt for Cinrlestou; S.. C., be f.R. boar "for dinner will connm tile ,1sc peepizatloesr 1h


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DISEASES Also for BLOOD and KIDS EY POISONING, in infected malarial
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d r."f t Adv rti in Me tlilllll Stat -81 the 4f t 'lath.1I. of FOREST TJCAF-,'UItl:oat ,:-fCXIFXR---. BXftftDH aDd BARLEY MALT we l Late Comaiiixii fI.unaT F4 r.IO.of Patent. -

[ have dUeovered XID EGEf.:! which acU ajMcifleaUy oa the Xulaevi: and Unnnary Ug-us removing J
"epoaiti in the bladder and any utralnlrir.. in-artinc lIMA nv initatioa la the water paaMBes, K'rue them mVjJ; Th
strength, vigor and c sing a healthy color aad .say Oov of _Tin. It can to taken at a'I time, and in / ',
i ';' ail c im"....., without injury to the iftUm. Unlike any oth.r ptpaiatioa for Kidney dlfficnitiv. It h*t Jq'Q 1 ,
it a very rLBiitiT and AOIUAILI taste aad a...... f ft contain r* Tivi Drciirte propc-rti..sand will = _= = _= = !!J = _
net mviiATB. LAUIU "J'I0IULT.in like it, and G.itu... fill Cnd XIDaETQKri: the best Kidney -----
Tonic for its pnrpoce ever
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i I ..r 'TER.1\lIS linTinr 1 Knrh label Jim the 8 n tnreof r.A.'WRKN'Crj & MARTIN..nd rrarrIlUMuL Patentt.
I T : : 'ICl )' .tI'l' bAIl aO.>Ti !imsT KIT* to b' .old u a Pip utUry article (without license by DruggUti,Grocers and other Dealers every""" 414 FIFTH STREET ASHISGTOX:! :! D. D.
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I )NOTICE patent law in all Ita branchra in the

:op ."brie'J nr. 2.0() PUT: UP IN QUAET SIZE BOTTLES FOB FAJULY 7SE. I Courts_L Patent of the Office United and Suites.in the Pamphlrt Supreme tent and free Circuit on

receipt of stamp for postage. 41-te
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EXPRESS. Sold by DRUGGISTS. GROCERS and HCALCRS Evcry\vlierc. l. OOINO >kru.
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rue, the l'ERSA cIINA, FLORIDA.BOOKf No 1. II I No. 2.

"'j I\ct'.thall. ---- MYERS BROS., Savannah! Georgia. Wholesale Agents for Florid STATIONS.Fernnndma. I flail.- r'' STATIONS. Jlsil.
11. : : ;\ ; i Ar'" L ; { .'r' L',.

iS. FEE 0 SUBSCRIBERS 1 1i1t ... A.M-1-,1:: 'VdirKry ... t.-){ -4H

ae Invented a SAMJORN and IIOYT, Agents for Nassau County. io-ir I Hurt's Road. 1j:1811:2 ROIO 1I'ood...... 6:21' 6.22Callahan
I 11:11 12:17 OUer CretkBronncn 6C5 6:20
Ste good news - Button...... 12: O 12:50 ,-. 1:011 1:11
-0 FJrez Baldwin,..... 1:$. 1:43 Archer. .... ": (I 8NJ
MniTille..... 2:09 2:1" II"tt.'o........ 1I:1: 1:1'
/ f angriu&ontny PAUL FUNPE'SNe RICE PLANTATION FOR SALE. LnwtevStsirke ....... 2:48 2M Airrcdondp.., 1:3'' 6:33remple's :
cArivr hen by vein" marlq..8rt; Angementsp club the FEUNANDINA, EXPRESS with I _.. .. .. :Jt 3:12: U"hieile,.... 1:5 ':f'
}" ,. ...... 3:17 3:21 Wn...'.......... ':55 111t2
p : .L.J. the, CIUCINSATI eEKLY'4Co1Jr.nmcIAL: : we announce that Wf will fur- Thnreton..... 3:::" 34 Tnnmt. n..... 10:06 torft
I J Djh It .. F..rnl1'ififiifa) and The Following Farms. situatedon \V.dda....... 1:!5S 45 St- ik.-....... 1(1\1' 1041U
l the Cincinnati .
EXIJrt fS Weekly Qomu1t'rcia1.
ai! the, doge York Store :" neei9e..4:51504 Tcmpb' ... .. 1nl: A 10:12: 5
f stnyvinf'L w r .. . .
11:0911:14
let nr-few a large, 8-page:: 56-colurnn Family Newspaper( one year, for $3.00 and the Great :Sat ilia River. thirty miles Bitt'ii Arrelnnto... ... 1:24 5:40 8.6 5:t1 1.wiry.Mrxvlfe?.... II:::.t I1U: f
.. t the I <=; ,"""" i ii K9aw :riz!"' '\eaclj yrarjy subscriber under this clubbing) ar- from St. Amtrfw's Sound are offered lorvery Archer....... 5:.>II 8:10 &i.win.-. 1"::, I;:U8I"On..n. }
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<.\'o"Gripj ;'hut's n FERNANDINA. PI A. sale lit low rates : .. .... 116 6.VTi! '''......... 1:"1 :-..
.r 'swig. rt' tt. any.: one -b ok he may select from the following famous Otter Creek,,. 7.40 ....11:6. 2l'l
I ea.-nIChIDQII ( } ? ONE RICE PLANTATION, contain RneewoaL... H.S.1: S.3T lo..n'.. R ad, : 2M 2: 4 +
rodji ''I'Ob-rptfR + :1"ud'-and free ot all cost-the books Doing Harper --Q-
) ing 518 160 acres under banks. The Cedar Key,... 9:Jo F.M. .. 3:40.P.M tConneet1
acres I
\,.. .. ,Editions, unabridged: beautifully printed on good paper! in paper improvements consist of a large barn and I i!

tesbgs aman 'who covers: CLOTHING, laborers' houses, all in good repair. I i .

alt "Jane Eyret" the famous.Jjovel which made Charlotte Bronte'sfame. ONE RICE PLANTATION known u I AT FERNANDINA.-STK. FLOREN.'E.
;far years, he : ."... DRY' GOODS the "Ashley Plaop.r containing 150 acres, From Brunswick and all point Nrrili ,kmlWert

ill i he will 50 acres under cultivation this! year. 1 i .... ................ ........... .. ... . Ua-.Iy. t
: a .
se sG. 2. The Days of Pompeii," Bnlwer's historical romance of un'versal.) BOOTS AND. SHOES ONE RICE PLANTATION" known ae"Memphred'a West For Br-nsviuk..........:..and... ...all... .puintf.......North....... .an-i. DulySTKAMKH9 .
r a<5t'nS' the of his Island 470 acres. Splendidmill
,, -:\ -.popularity, fascinating productions I f'lTI'OIST..
3. "John'Halifax Gentleman MUs Mulock's uiastetpeice story site. From Savannah and Charteiton. ........ .Th:ir.i1f y
; a HATS AND CAPS. ONE COTTON PLANTATION ..
containing For ........... Friday
nngta *. .- of the sorrows and triumphs sso: iated with low births and --I- 422 acres. This place contains alarge STKAMER MAYFIOWKK.

Show." iron fortune . _. 1. dwelling house. i From S.. Marr Rirrr Landing, VTedi padny >'ri-
) t .Having just purchased, in New York, For further particulars address, I". day and !Sunday.
"
Ire thai 4. "The Post'linuiod PapefsVif the Picky"ick Club. the work that 'large and well .assorted stock bcjowi \ JXO. A. "V11ITXEY, t F..r St. Marys River Landings, g'n.J"y. Tured.T..

: Cbarh'S Dickens his celebrity the moj-t ntinierotis'iujd; I Ftnuindina Fl.i. i Thursday.
win'er -.gave ; i cost, lam prepared to retail ai wholesale : AT AfIIWIS.-Ft.ORWA CENTRAL R. R.
'. always th,. mOlt popular of his books. I I[ pricey which 'H ill I Fur Jacksonville,l.ihmnrr. sal Lave Oak,
I .. . i ............... .... .... .. 6:2\ a. m IOS p m.
of w\r.1
5. "The Crime. Victor Hbgo. The terrible
History n By ..
From JackeouvilleTalbha! + r sod LIT I Hb,
'inlceshatdief- v-'rat itive by, the Fie fith poet, novelist and historian of the Crime I Defy.Competition. Savannah, Fla..-, & Western R.; R.G I ..... ....... ....... ....B:4i R. m., 1 ..n.l 8 p. m.
AT"AINI
of 'oVriti the liberties of his i i <:'VI.LK.
Louis"Xajiol stianjrlinpj
country. I GENERAL AN AGEH'S OFFICE 1 tatelloe twit OoaJit and Tampa, niTe. Vondar
etin.) She 6. "Hely: E." A novel.: By Win 31\ Thacl.f'raJ-tll IIIl1st, i ---0- SvtNAn, Msy. 23, 188-X ICS WWnae/Ut sad Fnda*. .
I .tut Liao for Oc J. and Tampa, li are fund>v,
16* first, y ;jiml. '. artistif! popular! and characteristic of the works of. the'\\5scst 1 i ii I I .. ', Great reduction in AND At'TERmNDAY.:: May 23rlJ .Taarrfaf aa4 5.turda..

novelist of tlii 'time.. . .. \ Passenger? Trains on this Rod will run : AT CIPAE KIT.-FLORIDA A
i ? 1 I I. : 11.tr.tJ&I
(follow -
.7"Enthen"'By Aletan Willi'itn Kibglake. One of the most ;i ALPACA AND us :NIGHT EXpnE 8. J .. .. CU.Y IITSAUJt:+.
DRESS GOODS. .
other to Fee>:.,Vet end H.v..na. i iM4ay arising \\ .I.
.dun wing i tiariativesevei' written ;.full of (pen-pictures of life.i in .. Leave Savannah daily at 4:30 p m sad Friday.
1 i think :-- 0-- Arrive nt Jen up daily at 7.20 mArl I I For Key Wen aDd Bann.,. departirg 'fu.my
flit East, including admir "r t'r .;ojt Calic.1 Prints ive at Tlirtnmvillrdiily: nt 6-20 A m SForNewOrleans.arriving and drpirt.n*..S..tui,.as a
in and the Holy Jiind.
Egypt Arrive at IhinhriI'c l daily at 9.30: a m STEAMER T..f. rorilRVVFrom

islit 8. "Joniiia. of ;she Plague in London. By Daniil Defile author Arrive Albany daily at lO.S. a m )(.111,111.and 1.tmpa. .... Tu'sl'r A -"'..,., y
5 TO 6 GTS, PER YARD. Arrive at Live Oik: il lily nt 2:00 n m Fur .. .. .. .. ... " ..
.Clfl -Robinl on. Crusoe The tine hit-toiy, by one of the n:ostdistinguishvd
Arrive. THll.ihassee daily ut 7:00 a in
writers in our latijjua: of the mysterious and -0- Arrive nt Jacksonville daily nt 7.50: ft m 1 ACK50NV.ILI.K.: I'EN>ACOL
?a of tf JLravi\:( > MOBILE RULI O.ttiMASTra -
vt avi1 fill.\-ijnjt) at ion 5>f,the Plague to En laud. Leave Tull.ilHi'src daily at tiN i p ni .' Omr
Befit Ginghains TKaWor (
d ite "Poems of Word"tc H ell." Chos n. and edited by Matthew. Leave .IncksnuTille daily at .VIJO:;' p m r".'.'""!...K. Ft lCl 3 1".t tOWandaft

t 'ter. Im"l st-lect edition of the 10 CTS. PER YARD. IjCitrc Live Oak daily at ltJ5pm' rM: nd.i-Kelrii.rjr2. ISS'Mi.-.eta ter
4.r.v most woks Leave
t ; popu'ar Albany daily at 4:00 p m Ibliroad will fir r* followPoAarngrr :

?.r"- ". .'$ greatest: poets, whose writings owe their Leave Riiinbridse Hil3' at 4:00 p in Irani-pattern Rjuml Dnih;'

I I -- Leave Thom-tsvi'Ie daily at ?::I0 p m Li'uve ittuhovchee.... ..............''OOnmArrive
Jrim-xcelleiit I ..
:4. ) u-dtrstanding they displayd !
Qllln ,
Leave J 30 y.'O
scyrt life. J'1'SSup.AailY.llt Savannah .AL ( : a m I at Tallnliifnjo...... ....... ....60<> prnMundjy
rrjfcolantry ., : Gents Clothing and furnishing goods a Arrive at : daily at 9:00 a m Lwtvc T."aha-we........... .... .... ...1U P m
,'1 ,. Men of IJtttrra"'inOoe]. 1. Robert XiflmnireotcarsbetweenSivannahamlJack.vniville I! hoptyr: .. ... ........ .. ......110., m
and I."e Or mti .li .
3. J5hn Of these volumes Savannah and: Albany. (311pmLmiTeMidi
Bunyan. WHOlfStf! PRICfS.0 '>ti > pm
$ Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily between .\rrl\'ell'L.\'I'UI'k............. ......21\.0
IVI ? l, .p..4) the second by William Black, the biivunnali and .JllckslI \'ille. I, at.SuTunnah.......... ..........D U '''&
I' J A. Fouclttl Sleeping cars run through to and from .. alTh..mut\ll!.... . .. IMam
yaaA "yJame3. e distinguished ..
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S-ivannah and Albany and I lit \II..n: ) .10 25. m
ng'hook than these three mnryeJous bioisAiied Jacksonville L nee L-.k-fry....3 33 II m
: All other goods at minimum without changePassengers ,I Airir! at .. ......... .'1 a m '
' Ai in modern times( ; me ) from Savannah for F''rnan- ArrT<* at J'Clm-Titlv' . ........ ........ToUamArrire t')

I ices;; books comprise a wide range and striking PRICES TO SUIT THE dina,Gainesville and Cedar Keys tuke this i,I .. at sr Oainr Frrnaniina.vtil.................. .... ..:3;114 4'I p p m raat
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train.rauengen
, ,', 'JliJtnt_ and! pleading productions of modern atiTravejs TIMES for Darien take this train. ,I I Ceit.ir. 71lnJf Key.BoundDaJy.93 jPtunenyer

,I 1 Biography and History-so that all PaMengers from Savannah for !!- : Leave J".k"n.ie.! ... ... ............; 3\)1111\
? I 1 I nilch; subscriber will b embarrassed Orv '' ..AT wick t>.k.. this. train, arriving Hruns-! : t..-..,." Fernt.etna. ... ... ............1" 3" r. IQ
.. () "let tt-00 L m.Passengers ; I..ay& tn.i"I'.... . ........... ....911'.1"11 "
"
' in selecting .his favorite book for FREt Leo..e I roar Keys .......... .... ..... ... 3IJ.a u.
PAUL FUNKE'SNEW leave Brunswick at 8,00 r.M 1.1'11. B.,1d.in. 7 MamLtar
is ,- ,.% ;- ; J' arming at Savannah nt 9 A. u.Paisenzers I I Lake Olty..9 10p mLraTeSaranmih

Cdr'' ce | nVthe 'Fre 'Prize Book must be leaving Macon at 7:15 a. DI. I .4 M p m
YORK Leave Live O.k..2 IS a inLeare
1i I I.I 8uhscnlwd. f .. TORE, (daily ice ding Sunday) connect at Jesstm )ladi on...........3)1 a a
u i )r...I ,' with this train for Florida. I I Leave Greenville....439amLeave
' Cincinnati W'etklyCtbmnercirl: may be ,Passengers from Florida by this train' Mnoticello.i W aArrive eI
l k x Fernandma, Fla., at Jessuo with train 'I at TaltahaiaM....... .7 0a aI
} );hi&AD'Cn., Proprietor "Ui>mitieiclil: connect '' arriving in I. Leave Tnll"hamee.. 30. .
I'hrtlI Hit-on at 655 o. m. (daily tacl'dingSunday) Lrave Qulncy..l.0.a
u rpt4tm.u copies of the Express ,cail Ixj, ob- "T."T' '7'- . Connect at Albany with Passenger trains Arrive at Otiatuhooch' ..... .......11 30 a m

I Y, JNO. A. WHITNEY; Ffrnmdina, Fh.r TJU.D both ways on Southwestern Railroad to SL Jtarla Br., 1t- Turntayt, 7Mwlll yt. Saturday

-= and from Macon, Eufanla, Montgomery, I-i-nue Tallt b>i we..900am
I Mobile New () Arrive 1 8'. Mirk's.l 11aml
Orleans
etc.
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i 1'' eI I e--- ..ave Ht. ){aI&'..11 (XI a III
I Z. Mail steamer leaves litinbridge for Apa- ArnfeatTallihasHrr. : U P m
: icbicoli every Snnday'nnd Thorstlay eve. Wnodrulfi Luc. vfprro bvtwcta Ta'labauMS!
lDAV"'I-S" h For Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday and Ja.-i' -.mljlc) on '11 t.uht trama
E 1 > afterwion. Et OAk Vl.lirr, Master' Tramipostatloa.MLOKII .
het"ta ; b.- r'r1 -- ..
DtAianPERnv'IIi6L'sro Close connection at Jacksonville daily

1 ,. : { ; .. (Sundays excepted) fur St. Augustine Palatka. A 'CEXTRAL RULIO\
'f
+ 1 VECETABLE. . i : ("0:. Ga.We . ; Enterprise! and Green Cove Springs,
i have known 'Swift'SyphibitirSpeeific" and nil l landings on'the St John's River.

G'i' .tested. in.-mindrwl; of cases of Trains on B4 and.A. It. it. leave junction. CIIANGP: OF SCHKUTJLE.r .

G' h \PAIN I KILLER tlypliilis! 'Mercurial .Ithiimatism.! Scrofuli, :yinf west at 1 :37: a. 0', and tor Uruns-! Jlvr..I161'.IIII..1". O nc.. /
I Ii etc. It made the most perfect undfermaner.t WICK "t 4.40 p: m.. 'daily except Sunday. JimwliviLLic' Oct. 6th. 1871. >

sq I cure in ecery cee. t Through Tickets s-tld and Sleeping Car Aft:! AFTER TIllS DATK, *.AI:15 alt
: APOR'LY:: HCC.H L DR.MHFD SAM D.' Kn.LE Berths bt-cnred aL,,Bren's, Ticket Office: ON rued will run&II follow:
? q ,Y QEJ BLRE"-ED! .JII !ge to.CtJ.L\VARRESi'of'faithort N'i.,23 Bill street, and at Atl.t.tic and + "
LHI +I 1 For Internal and External UM, &ro..SavrnnuhGa.. HD.: JACKSOS, Dep Gulf Railroad Passenger! Depot. MAIL and EXPRESS! (Daily.)

1" C1V Superior CL; Wii. BRCKSOS E:.1 t CCOMMOD ATH 'N TUAINS E.VSTEIIN Leave Jackmnvill. 1:3't ,. a
r. a.SURE'CURE fef'1dt ttlsetsn for Which K bt. reksm9tisSle. -
tJot .
Leave Baldwin......... 7:04 ,. -
WARREN \P.'WI :BRRLT.J. C GILBERT DIVISION.uktve ?
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and 1i ALWAYS PERfECTlY SAFEt9'th.lends If' Arrive al Luke City:. tJO p. a
Ir'jr'fJ.W.3TASC.; Ox: Treasurer:: Wit. ex'd .. .. .
the 5avuunnrSuudays at 7:00 a m L>- Live Oak S:1S
U, I 4 ti 1 \ nOl oott laexp.rteheed feneeaI r' PIERCE: Sh'ff; ''Cj ,C ,Ur CAt,. DAY & Ar/iveat Mtlntih .* 9.40 a mtriveatJessvp Arrive .t TaH aiMMv.. 7:94: a. aAnise
I U taU'nretaa* re.e4y for COTJOnS 1DIPIITITEKIA. ; .I.AI'-'D..I .41 .. m
I BO..T. CIIILL8.and III1D11RbIee.. aIIotde.rat relyv / ,OOKDOS.:! 12.yo: m Arrive at Savannah... ...... . ......... 9W.. IQ
f 8W w.w slig.nt jaws of and .. tits hc.t 'I 1 un acquaints thiuproprielor, and Arrive Bhckshear, 3:05 pin lane S..T.nnah..?....... 4.Wp.n.
,Lows: ircaedyfx RTJEUatATIAM: aod HESJILALGUfHE ... rninr of; the gentleman whfHC.ignatnreappear Arrive Dupont 700pme Lure All> .. 4:00< p. aLan
.. 5 '\ fa.
OLDEST; BEST AND MOST WIDELY,KNOWSAMILY '. to' thjtoregoin? c rtiflcate. TBeyKie.men LIDupont :::O a rntl..t11i Lea* Li..an1..9... ... ai5:: .p.., ID
Ii 'h and Undin "
are cbil1'ltct..tA ? U1tcklhelir S.SOara City' ' J\IJ.: : a
( EDJCINE >IN THE:WORLD! :? .j L,' . ',etandinllfe7.4a.adAklt.ktltijtirrrw1 w\ve Jt'8'1UP, ", l.-OUpra Leav 4.n Lake Baldww: ...: ,.... .-IOa. ..,
t ot .. Arrive at Ja< .Viu.N. :tti..1:sOn
r" 'wU meh wra MfU taeem i .., .1.1.qu UeorgU.TIIB Leave, : Mclntosh S.-OfJ p m kM
CHOLERA, DIAItKBCDU i: SWIFT BPECIFIO" COMPANY". rriw'i*' Savannah ..- 5.40 mWESTERN Vail and rap_ Train Sleeping Can rue
" t' fMC I p through la ft4 frm ciaoavUlir and &.T.cDRh:"I.!
't t' a 11IlC03UL.i.PnJ Ga. .
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tl hI .. Proj; rietors.> Atlanta. DIVISION. to and 3TuS_
." LOOM through
i d N I'' 'li."rvJa' t....:.: i PO SlreplniCar* run
I ,, . ,. 34NO.L. (!L.1. r.rnandihaFG.Uylt ,
I I Ii I "' -" ; 44t-e, Dupont (Sandajm cx'd.) at 8.00 a m Jaekaonvfll tad Tallsbaauee. \
"Eta; :ao 'CONSTANT.ATES. +j fir a cofijf of'"Yonns Jlen'f Friend)' '1.Gt.e Vahiosta. &17 a m : (Daily.) s1.FEb3ANDINA'ENPRESS )

I, ,' # '. ..l."e Quiiman -. 9:45 a m Leave Jackannvillf.. .. 11:1 a. in i, '
I" .arises --' ,Arrive ioqia vUle w .* ]2.COpmLe.VaTb. .Arri'S ll+Wwia.w.. .................... :;. p. m .-
Ii ' ..... *:W P- .
IvI rK Gardeners 11 : .)ma TiJIe 2.30pm Leave Arrive Fern Frrnardina.dIDa............ ......IO:8U .. m... ;
. M LevvcCMiuiu<< r* ,. .- 5:29 p m Irv BaWwinAmva .................. ...... 1:20 p.8I.' :
-LI- '.,-.', : Arrive at Alt-anj: :* 7:15 p iq JIUIuaa.iUe.il-...........:. ... 2:3 V. ...
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8iiY.D. "M. FERRY.ICo/s: 1.n1't1.\nl'&D) "H"' CSOara:: l'-r"y' tnr 7ernandina and Cross Eer .k. t'
;LvsvdCsniil4. ....e 9:48. m this f,..in. No irarn freiW Baldvio to CM" cry .aSanday. \
% .Arrive at imasville ** .. 11.30 iUan1 ,tCoonrrU \
at Bttluwin. with A. O. W I.T. 8. II.
I. b :>ville 1.45

$ [EftEJiQ$J Lrive.Qattm.ui'.. r' ,M ,3.58 p am m from. 1'.C**Ur M.Kr It.).K.aDd far Mn'evtUe.T..llalu""at,. Lake AlhnnyaOlB City wit*kJ. ,- ..

I Ili fl F.IT. 'lbAye3L.to ta 5.17 pin vaoc.... aod pointa Perth sod vr..t. > at JulI"n- ,
Arrive'*t Dupt-ut .* :30 p Ire 'IiI1.rite ILI..JU.... 8te.mrr.i. .

: Cu ,t j r 7..1:7.teaJe tltrUE6olnt Floods,. .1' .1+.1t J 8.lTYlOlI'Ia. e r nf Transportation. I Kaner.f. 8. toEL1..Y.Tr.n.rrttl.a.. -

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