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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: March 19, 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: VID00022
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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Fernandina Express.1 I -All the hotels of this, city 'bafc Plummet' Edwards ....!.. ...... 8 00 bound by law to' give them notice 'I

oj been full to overflowing during the J. F. Lohman': ./.:............. .50 53 much they want, and fur what pnr }
they propose to devote said .funds. SIll
-- The. following bills were refertdti ..,.,
\i.II' were Ordinance of 1880 did
JM-I \rk.. : y visitors so'give"notice .t<>
. iLTtDAY. MARCH IS. W.. : ; :
Finance Committee : the tax-payers, and in accordance there.
find 'a iiciotnodutiotis ,
obliged to in with the tax payers paid to the city the

'1.8abaertptto'. Prices i 1 private iamilie, Turner Dnlhig............ ...."......33 33 necessary amounts to meet the various

One espy,onel' ,.i4t..n. e;...............fl..OO: ; \\"m.. 1.<'., Wood, Jr. . . ...... .83 32 npprorriationslpecifiCtl in said: notice, and
month" < dv 1.00 -Immen'e
One copy,.ilt i nee preparations are being
the that is
One eonv', three mnntlx inadvance.So On motion of Councilman Baxter they paid same as required- : to a
The X will! be "In.t l jn tat. lu'incnlt-r'n pujxi, made lor the eelbration of the completion say 50 per cent in currency and fifty percent
three oonsecBUvt numbers CRates belor the otitacriplionrzptret. the Marshall was instructed to notify in script.-thereby creating in the ;.
of the F. & J. ltailroad.Fernandina ; bands of the Treasurer ot the city several 4

of AdvertUIliKt: I will be the gayest'of the gay. all persons owning property in the funds each fund being composed J of cur

One IIlJlIRre of S linen or leaf,cue insertion,....1.00 city to have their sidewalks.repaired rency ; \ of script. Theetore, as a nec-
Each M4dltlotial loKTtion.SO ; The pyrotechnic display will be one essary conclusion any disbursement of said RY
A liberal deduction from the above rat#i will be according to Ordinance.A funds
of the leading features and will be in contravention of the said Ordi- with tb e who advertise by the quarter, els
communication from His Honor nance and notice would establish a dan "
Tear well worth : Goods Sol
Editoiial Notice fire ccnti per line fur each andevery vis.ti.ig.The the gerous precedent and be a fraud upon the
inMrllon. Mayor, in elation to the Ordi-
tar-payers. Though believing your Honorable STANDARD PRIX
C Three Cent Counters nance entitled "An.Ordinance making Body to be actuated by the best of OISQHAMS.Blmehed .......

Notice. at P.aul' Fiinke's Xe.v fork Store :appropriations for 1881 and fixing i motives Ordinance at the I time of the passage ot the JEANS .and.....Broun......
clCHOed however feel constrained to '
Tk forma of the r>B> i>DmA EXI'RMI are Otntt and Ladies H
1. en Friday rnornirR at 10 o'clock. Advertisers will l lJ -\V e notice with plei-ure thatiml'rO'elllt'lits the rate of assessment. for 1880," I so return the same.
rleaaetakekenotioeandgov governthemaetveeaccordingly are l..'il.g imde on was read. I Very respectfully C. A. HALEY Mayor., S P E

IHaioiilc. the shell load :bhell-+: i- '"-nig; hauled Councilman Hoyt, Piesidei.t. pro I. SPJMTER SUITS wh'
Outturn made SUITS.
A l'C'iulnr communication of Amelia Lodge and the low places filled in. This tern, requested Councilman Lohman 3 ?
No. 47, F. *: A. M. will be held on Monday $2,500 REWARD !
*evening!:, March 14th at 7:30 o'clock sharp road should be kept up to the stand- topi'eside during the discussion of the
Transient brethren we fraternally invited Fnr any cum of MORPRIXF or LiQfoa habit the
to alfnd. W. If. SCOTT, W. M. aid. question. GREAT AMERICA." ANTI HABIT Preparation BE STJ .
A. W. Ix>nni' K, Brc. Bit The communication of His Honorwas fam to cure. The JJfly! reliable article known at ''t !
-Gen. P. '1'. liarnum passed I I the present lime-every ease cured up to the present
OHAPTER NO. 23. R. A. M., laid on the table. i dote. It i. purely vegetable and pleasant to
NASSAU I through this city Wednesday last I the tnote. Bunt everywhere 07 mail or express.:
Regular meeting: March 17lh at 7'f o'clock An Ordinance entitled "An Ordi- nnd every ease giiarranttwd when taken. Board and
Tranmrnt Conpanlona fraternally Invited to attend ell route for Jaek-ouville and the St nursing{ for p.tieDts'lsitiug the city. Call or write "i'
ninceamending au OrJinmcc.a.1ol't. :I and eucloee stamp -
Johns Hivtr. He will return to D. D. SYDKSIUM, M. D.. '
ed March 17th 1880 and recorded Office and R'Biden-f 94 Oa+gu-t St. New Orl.-ana, La t
Port Office Hour 8-iend a few days in our city during .I ; 178m (cut this on*.] Paul Funke'
on 53 and 54 of Ordinance :
Office Hovr*-Fiom 8:00 A. M. to 6:00: r. the Railroad fete. page '
M. Money Orders and Registered Letters Book" was read and referred to.Or BEFORE PUR:
from 8:00: A. M. lo 1:00 p. it. ; and from 2:00 New Spring andSummer Goods -. Equ Itor liter always on hand and

r. Ml: to d:M) p. M. Sundays from 10:30 to dniHiice Committee.The arriving by every leamer at NEW ATTBACTIO
Paul Funke's New York offers
11.30 A. M. and 3:30 to 4:30'p. M. store following resolution offered by Hammerly's.A .
its laigehtock ol Clothing Dry
y ARRIVAL AND CEPAUTCKB OF 1HE MAILS. Councilman Hoyt was read and P. S.-Every customer purchasing $10.00 wor?
Goods Hoots and Shoes at strictly
Northern Mail Arrives daily at 10:30: A M.Clos1'8" OnDIX.\ CE, present.
3:00 p M. New York cost His new supplies bynery adopted. .

Southern Juil-ArrivI's" 330AM.: steamer will guarantee: a supelior Resolved That a Special Committee of linking Appropriation for 1881 flf

;;11Itu" 10:00 A M.Kt. selection three be, and they are herex/y authorized, and Taxing the kate of Assessments IlttPORTAriT

Jar1and T,ruer'! IMLVatl -Fernantlinaiz to take such steps as they think necessary for 880. -0-11-

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 230 p M. rat-idly becomingone to secure the completion of the Tax Book Be it City Council of

Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A M. : of the most favorite inter resorts in order that further d,'lay may not be occasioned the City of Ferntndina-

St. Mary'tt, Ga., onlyArrives It[ is nlso anticipated that 1:irge nurn* in the collection of taxes II THAT, lor the purpose of defraying the L &
of tile i-f Fernandina fur the
Committee expenses city
Mondays and Thurslais 8.00 A. M appointedHoytlliddlton -
her of visitors will spend the Sunnier I year 1681, the following appropriations be
Tuesdvvs And Fridays at 2.30 p. M.
W'i1nMlaj and'du\ 9:00 A. M. here. It isequtllv: delightful, and Clay. I and are hereby made from the collections Are receiving IMMENSE additions to their already LAISPRING
of taxes for the
Ordinance in relation to Animals year 1880::! :
Closes and
Tuesday Wednesdays, and Winter.Mr. ,
Friday"s and Saturday:\ at 2:30 r. M.SAMiELT. both Summer laid over till next For Sanitary puposes.. . . .. . . $ 800 00

e I IDDELL. P. M. Henry I.. Shippv, manager regular meeting.Motion City Officers' salaries. . .. . 1.40000 : AND SU1 LMER
of Councilman Middleton Office fuel.
to stationery and . 150 00

of the New Fork office of The John take from the table tor consideration Street Lumps: . .. .. . . 22.5 00 MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CL'JTIIING

litirili Directory. A. Lloblings Sons Co. non steal :I1ulCOJl''I' up Central Fund. . .. . .. . .. . 2,86083 From Low-Priced to FINE Go

the report of the Treasurer: for Roads and"Bridges, 500 -oA --

PRESBYTERIAN wire lope and wire factory Oct., 1880 was cart ied. Be it further ordained That for the ,
llev. J. II. Mjtia, D.D., Pastor Scnlcat 11 payment D: !SS GOODS :
Trenton N. J. made
n. ui,nnd K p. lit. Suudaj'-school 9:15 a. m. Prayer ol a veryleaent Motion of Councilman Middleton to of the aforesaid appropriations, the
Mr.tln. hur-dHy, 8 p. tug tJtiaUKcru and cortisone call this, week. He is travelling sum of one per cent be levied and collected full and complete Stock consisting of
are CJjrtiIII'IDvi.d.; approve the statement of iheTieasurcr upon the assessed valuation of the SUMMER SILKS
EriSCOl'AL.H Suuth in search of health. ,
taxable of the city fourth
property oje at
for Oct.
80 carried the
O. P. TI.Hcuta.'A tor. sortice" at 11 e. m.. wa by least of the aforesaid tax or levy shall be LINEN LAWNS,
Prays to .t 4 p. rn. hundnvfohoolS::Op. in. Wrkda -Our readers will notice tl.e followingote Midd'rton BAREGES and GALL
) Mtvlc* 1-t id ty 4 P. m. 8C111a free Srran.i-r : Ayes- paid in currency of the United States Government
a..! other art c wdialij i.mte to attend. hang in MCSMR. J. & '1'. KvdtTs DcLaney, Baxter Crib1; Xayis W(

CATHOLIC. \erti-emcnl. This Section 3.-Eight hundred dollars of the SWISS TARLATANS:
r.@" J. F.O'ItoylePa4or. Itetvtt-rPatOWTbvn1daa.atAa. larize popular I oyt, Lohman, Cl \\. currency of the United States Government

Btrm= ,mfU:3ULueCatechiem,4p.mVe.pcra,7. m. At Sur Town-"h Ma JO<...p.nt1.n
applied to appropriation for Sanitary -
WKTHODIST El'lSCOPAL. ;ind iiiyitt-s an ('xullinatioll.f: their Oidiiiuiee. : "amending an Ordinance purPObt'S
and the remainder of said currencyto
.1. \tkuiK 1'uotnr, SenincoHt 11 n, m. nud
":10 ev.p in. P .j"r yle.-nLLa every Wodnifiiiiy evens jjoods. a,IOpll.J1 arch 17th, 1880, and recorded the General Fund, said currency to be : t&h\s S1mm Silks
lur ai Ha'ci.c\,;. paid out by the Treasurer only upon war-
P. U'ORT. -We learn fiom private coire- on page 53 and 54 of the Ordinance rants written or printed according to the . -

t-ftii iev il, "und.III II M. Kirn oarh Puftor.month"Scrviw, at 11!a.on'nud first 7.and:tol "pomlehce that the late frosts and Book," which was referred following final, with the seal ol the city -

>, oi bool it 3:3": p. m. I i thereon, and feigned by the Mayor, Presi- e i'3 2?iae FU ithg
COT.OUEI ciiunriica.Tuxitu old winds have somewh inj}:iuied to Committee,. was taken dent of Council mid Cleik, to-wit:

Mct>.."'tt E u+tupnr.--itrv. J. O. Howard teat ly vegetables on Orange Lake, and from the hands of'lhe Committee, $. No.... C -OurImprovedDollarShirt is the Best-U
I'NMor. r-.-1".1&1 it a. lie. 4 n tn. find 7:30 p in FEafDcAI, Ft*.....18.. -
"'- \ ,"I11/ a. m. I'm:,ir Mectinuidi \Vedn'adll, ilonir the Transit Rulioid. The read the second time, rules waived, To. the Treasurer of the eltvof Kermniliun : -
7 o C'. k. Pay to.or order ,
will be later thin it otherwise read by its till.-, and adopted. .Dollar
JfriN.4 tjloxlut Epiaeopal.-1'ev. E. 2 y llrookona: crop fur.... ............................................. Fruit of Loom 10 cents 10-4 Sheet,
1'a.l..t. " .. .Ht 11 It. n..3" ID.*ll< 7.30 p. mbu.I".I. a um1d. Report of Treasurer for Feb. 1881, ...... ..;............Mir.... yard.
.19. in. 1',1'1' MertiugVeatumluT ...........................Pr<*.ii lent ol Council.vlerk. splendid Stan 'aid Prints at
17 u'c"c- -Th British refined Finance: CoinmiiUe.Cluiiman .. ..................... .. w
7-irirf r.iji:.'.-I1.v.3m All ton.I'trtor. fWniri-H Steam-hip llhj'.l -o-.-
ittlln, i.., .. p tits al.d11: i p, m. P un -cw11 1 1If Junits Hoyt then lesumed the A visit to our Establishment will convince thti
K. .in.. i'. J"i'r Xtf tin* Wi-dnwil.ij 7 o'ciO A. Capt. Guy, consigned, to )11'/ Chair." {S} we \are th 1H' iirOirT louse from Maine to FJ

/<;.", dL'pltst.-ltev.LyraCoot.I'uatar. Williim: L:1Wll'Y vrtiv..1 in port CHI Secion Warrants in accordance with .
i I lit II 1 il. nt.:1 p. >u. and 7.JO v- "' *>11IIia-
.. hno If Q. in. J'njf r Mutingedirolny, lit. 7 Sunday I,t-l. She: was sixlien days Council adjourned.FIIED. the following form shall be issued for the New :Tori

o clink \\'. HOTT payment of all bills except such as may ,83 Wai
out fiom the Cape de Y cr.1 island ue properly made from the appropriationsfor
--- - - a- President of COl11cl1.1Jrutem.
I' Sanitary: and General Fund
of 883 purposes :
'i't111'1)ante \ T.tLK.u regitted tonnageand: . $...... No....
i is loading: with cotton and FKBNIMDIHA, FLA..13....
minor saya new l.otil i ito i.. cotto.i A.\ ORDINANCE The City of Fernnndina will pay to..............
,,\'ed fur the United Kill .lol1 ..............or order.....................Dollar ;; .
l hc ciet'lt'tl on Centi-r slii'i-t. ] Amending an Ordinance\ entitled: "An Or far.............................. ........... 1
The House dinance" adopted Mnrch'17th,1880and .............................M'iToi. '
The tide of travel !still tomlbSoulhwardR. ; Light ( Hoard Iris u'iviten recoaVd on page 53 and 54 of the Ordinance ....................Citv Cleik.

Visitors arc aimii.gby notice that on and alter April : book. 1{ ..i6. } BARS, t --- iIV

13'thhlle the\ tower of the Light : Ire it ordered bv the Mayor( and Council GRATE JU
"COI'l' of the city of FeriruulinaSLCTIOS bectioa: 5.-The Collector of Taxes forth I

Hoots! Shoos! Slipper! lion'e! on this I-l.ind l is being repaired : 1. That no currency of the United city is ordered to received, when tendered Window Weights-! ;
the main Li hit will be discontinued States' Government collected for taxesin in payment of the above tax any' | ,?'

Great reduction in prier which accordance with Section 2 of the Ordinance outstanding scrip or wirnnu upon the CE s
and a fonilh older Light showing Treasury ol the City for three the i {
(1'h' ennll.etiun .t above described, shall be paid out )urriis a
white flashes: every thirty Kecondt by the Treasurer, except upon a warrant amount due or p.tyaltle dv' any, pi-rson so' IRON RAISIN F
Paul FnnkeV New York Store.Mr. : written or printed in accordance with the tending p-i\'inents ot t ,x. b.u n >
will be di-iiliy fiom a ttmporaiy coupons upon bonds or t'o .nii [
following 101'11"igUld by the Mayor ip 1"1)1181"1
C. F." Avery can furnish you structure near the tower.fetrau President! of Council and Clerk bearing, trout uy mends: th it h the ,n'r.'ui: j Lntnber'CORN ; .

with a fine team at very low rates. 0.- the seal of the city, tiwit : issued snail be receitvu in t' i) 'ti<.ill 01 <..*,.' i

tax.Section >
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To the Treasurer of the City; of Ferniudin : 6.-The Collector shall i ,s
}'..y to me opder of......... ............. ;, proceedto
The City cf Austin, Capt Steve In addition to her large stuck of ................................... ..........lrul.'ar. collection of taxes under this ordi-
t Clllil'e't' ttl ble- firs Annie Clark *'or,........... .............. ...................... nance on February! 16th. 1981, at which
'rtsaiht1 for Na*!' :au on Tuesday ......,.. 'I Washcis&c.&c
.e. ( City Clerk. ...;............Mayor. time the taxes levied as aforesaid shall >he
....... ............ .Pres.
Thiid is 110aillt' of council
)!UlnlIg with about sixty pis: cngera.The on stieet, to offerher due, and shall cause a notice of such col-
'toniets delicious Said warrants to be issued in accordancewith | lection to be pnblished in the Fernandina BAY ST :
( moat :
Triumph Shirt, slrawbenies. the rules and ordinances
relating to EXPRESS of this city ten days prior to a
:She: has contracted with the issuing ot the other city warrants. I I February 10th.Adopted .
Supoiior in utility: and style fur $1 Sec. 2. All ordinances and ot ordinances '
parts Februaray 2nd. 1881.
:\Ir. Kydd l, tad will handle his entire t1'IRONAND
only! worth fit at in conflict with any provisions of FKED W. HOYT,
PACI. FUliI: lt'ri NKW Vouic STUltK. crop>, which i is now coming in daily. this ordinance arc hereby repealed. President of Council, pro tern BRAS

. Passed its 1st reading March 1C. 1881. Attest: ti1Ii1

-i-Mr. 1*. I. Coiiti'Mfine teams art Curd of Thanks. Pasied its second reading March;- 1881.: W. F. WOOD Jr.. )
e. Adopted March Kith 1841.: Clerk. r"BEAR
demand \'i..ittlt.. i '
in ptvalHi nnOllg Anvoitr NASSAU LIGHT AIITII.Fr.RNANDi.NA J l |I Htm W.HOYT. Pass d February 23rd, 1881, over the

tennis are A No 1., and hi- rate! March 1 15,1881.::! fAt I I President Uouneil,pro tern. veto of His Honor the Mayor. s

law a meeting ot the corps held on the ,1! Attest : FRE- W. IIOYT Y
i W. F WOOD .
I lIt.I
of Council .
the pro ten.Attatl
14th following resolution was offered
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-C-Miicil his tn1,1 Kcntxd That
the grateful thanks of the
To the n moraU ti* President aRd Board
of W. F. WOOD, Jr.. l
to nnimiR It would be Battery are, and are hen-h tendered to l'erwJ/u.liIUJ-1 l
Aldermen the
of Lity of j
\ the I idles for heir City Clerk. f 14.41
generous support and
well tollable1 a portion of our in GENTLkMKX : The Ordinance passed by THE( (
hearty co-opeiation assisting us in
preparing your body on the 16th of March, Isfil 1. .; PEOPLE's
lion (?) board of eouncilmen.Spring' I \lInj\'Crslr.r: the Banquet Celebration.on th occasion t lour'j jRc.CtYl i',, anu-ndintr'an ordinance adopted March 17, 3' Proclamatibn.MATCH'S .-'

Ifctfl. which Ordinance
nd Summer Goods was an providing OFFICE, ) :
That this
resolution be ubhbhed
: i> rd
fur the levy and collection of a tax and Fernandina
in the Fla. V -' ,'? ,
.it New Yoik (,,!'tat Paul Fit nice'* city ipcrs.J.: L. HOKSLT providing the manner ot disbursing the March 4th, 1881. ) ,1 s '"

Net- YoiJc Store. Sec'ty. L.,A. money so collected ucdcr said tax, 1 feel it NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified WJI. L. BAKE

----- ruy duty t.1 return to you without my approval ot the city of Fernandinathat WM. W. SUBLE i'

Tuesday: Night next was setpprt Council Proceeding*. for the following reasons! : the annual election for officers of 1 ,IVt
for First That said Ordinance conflicts! with slid city will be held on Monday the

by the Good Tfmplais: a the provisions of the Act of ihe Legislature ,.,fourth day of April. 1881,, athe city w'y. ...

'""iblic meeting, but owing to unfore. MAKCII 16, 1881. which gives corporate powers to thiscilyjn council rooms on Third street between f fI

that sod AU deilnes the only manner the hours of S A..u., and sunset on said
cell obstacles having firi! eii, the time Regular meeting ol Council. Pies-
la which Municipal COrporations may day and the following officers of the city I fCKJflSHES P

j, indefinitely \uncilmt'n'lIo'l, Middlelon, contract l'blS. tu-wil : by borrowing will then and there be chosen by a major 1 about one thir

CliCribb: Lohman and money or bonding the city and in either ity of the votes given at said election viz : bership: tees and : ,
Attraction DeLaney.In
> ,
case defining the manner in which One.Mayor.
the Certificate o: $1. ;,?+ I..
T'nnl the absence ol the President, wine may be d-mc. This said Ordinance Nine Aldermen. .. 2
The three rent counter at .
undertakes to make an unauthorizel: and. One Cit, Clerk and Treasurer.: ..
iuike:,, New York Stole.Mr :. the mi cling; was clued to order by .. ; '
unjustifiable distinction between paper issued One City Marshall Aand.Tax Collector.OneAsssson :' .. ,
the Clerk and on motion of Council- by authority of the .. .;;,': ." '
of( city to represent ,
.. Funke n the (hiend ; i"iII"t: !, l
Its debts due on demand. Given under my hand and seal of the The Mar ,,1' (l c': "
Lohman Councilman ,
UK'' lit I'\\,"p:1 1'<>1', anti his store i is the nrtn Hoyt Watdl'Ch.J AH due billy issued by the city and pay- city the. r 4th' day- of March, 1881 slightly I I i.ocr '.J1" 1--Y: I" ", ,:., ,

i" '*oit of all flu be is Presid t't, pro tern. able uu demand by the Treaurer ot the .C. A. lI LEY. 3Iajor.TCUSER I mcnts will .Il.l' /. :. { ..
men says rays if he has any funds in his hand to DOLING, MarshalL ";" ,
On motion of Councilman DeLaney
fil'lllY: c-inxinci-d that advfitising is a > meet the character of the said: demand ; P .m. ., ." \0 I"V. ;
rules the lol- other I {jsa } "! ' ""ifJ" "
g toil III\'t'-llUl'Ut. the were wa\edind or, words funds in hand belonging ,r,," \I :,,(Ii",
to that '" J" t"'l"
bills ordered specific appropri:ition. I IRegistration :.
lowing were paid : 15-5w. .rj

ti-:: AI PAI i. Fl1 ...a:'- NEW Y ni; STORE. J. Lan:: ................. . ......:..% 8 33 into All official persons capacity working or for otherwi3oarc the city either entitled '- . t'3., 'Ii
I IIP Three Cent Counter N. Uradley ......... . . . . . .30 00 paid lor their services in Uni- No_ tice. 'I't 'J"" "{,,. t'"C I' 1e j

k S. T. White of PhilIld.ihia: J. Wilkeison . ......:.... . . .30 00 ted Slates' currency ; and any attempt to NOTICE: Is.hereby.riven that the Cit i 7i. 'If,."" '},
give preference (as would to-be done \ ;
seem } ,
who \\iMik: the Mansion llotue C. A. Haley . ..... . . . . .33 33 by this'said amendment Bu.uare now open .
at ) to one' person the City Clerk's office P.O. Building $
for Jeff Hum-............ . . . .... 7.r over another who belong to' the some persons whose name shall noL ;'t-....
signaluik felt late home on pear .
!' ; J. Leat-ur. . ......... . . . . .50 00 class of creditors, would be odious, illegal that list shall be debarred from% >tin ;" .. I

Tuesday\ hit, aeeompanie.r) by hisbiotlivrin | Jacks lIipp.\I'.t. . . . . ....... 1 50 and" unjustifiable the election: to be held or Cl' "

law, Mrx> Dt'ulut', Levy Young,.....::... ...... .... .13 25 Whenever the Council of the city call the 4th day of April " 0 '
upon the tax-payers them for funds to i
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still stands for -0-- --- ---- Du'tnnBaldwin....... 12\1I1\CI! Bron-on,..... 7:06 MS
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A deadheading.- PAUL FUNKE'S Mixville,..... 2n9 2:1' Tatty ..... .. .!Il. 015
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the CINCINNATI WEEKLY COMMERCIAL we announce that we' will fur- !'t'rk:1-,. :i:25 IwaIti..5:5Thnraton. ::. 18:it
..... 3.141 3-i4 'fnur.t. nSt'k. ..... :o- 10:'If 9 P+
an umbrella 1 ni.b the. Fernandina Express and the Cincinnati WeeklyComraercial.a Following Farms situatedI W.t.lo....... ::15914:5 .. .... ... 10:11 10:13
Ne York Store I '' .'..,. ...
sled I j j'm W u..lnes..i'le.1:5'1 5:041: Tempi. 18H 10:fZ
lady iHqiiainextend'ui large, 8-page, 56-column Family Newspaper, one year, for $3.00, and i the Great Satilla River thirty miles Arrelnndo.. 5,:>4l beLwtry.. ...IIO 11 14

> ; ;; his I will give as a i rizto each yearly Hib criber under this clubbing arrangement .I from St. Andrew's! Sound, arc offered for lUtf.n Archer,............ .'::1111 S0:1o! ;):11 Ri'51-avble!.'win........... 11-5.122 11 12:43:34 ,, i iI

FERNANDINA FlA. sale at low rates : .. ... ......... '
er, requested the :: any one bank he may select from the followin .fatlJOn8 very Bninnon.Otttr A:4r. 6:5 tiutto- 1:2:1 :!e
Crrolk,.. 7:4 7.-TO ('alUbnn...... 1:K s'.ro
as her rain.bean works-postage paid and free of all cost-the books being, Harper's --0- ONE RICE PLANTATION, containing Ro wooJ.... 8:3.1 K:37 Hurt'B R.aJ. .. 2.52 t.'t
Cedar Key... II/: ) rsi. FerrHOdiD.. 3-40 1'.)(
the young lady, tak- Editions, unabridged, beautifully printed on good paper, in paper 518 acres 160 acres under banks. Thc 1
CLOTHING improvements consist of a large barn and
.i ish rue to be your covers: t laborers' honres all in good rep:lir. Con.n..eo"tl.on..s.AT : : : : .
1. "Jane Eyre," the famous novel which made Charlotte Bronte's ONE RICE PLANTATION known as
Is with but FEKNASDINA.-11Th. H.DKKNCK.
a tame. DRY COODS'L the "Ashley Place.'' containing 150 acres, From Brunswick nod all point North and.Wwt

forma that 50 acres under cultivation this year. .Jlaily. J
2. "The of Bulwer's historical of
Days Pompeii, romance un'rersaj BOOTS AND SHOES ONE RICE PLANTATION known f'i>r Br-n. wut and all puintf Noith anaSIKAMKR4 "
the most p'roductioDS.3. as West................ ...... ...................Dilily. ';
popularity, .- 1femphretl'sIsland.-4: ? acn-s. Splendidmill

he ni lit. "John Halifax, Gentleman," Miss\ Muloqk's rnasferpeicej. ; a story" HATS AND CAPS. site. From Sirinnah and (,'barlestnn..Tb' elTPOI:iT. ,
containing For w .
of the sorrows and triumph associated with low births andiron >
d him if huM ** --0o 422 acres. This. place cunUins a MAYFr.OM'KR. I

fortune. in New York large dwelling house From St. Mars River Landings. W",l. cixliijr )'11-
OIICPSwirl 4. "The Posthumous Papers of the PickHck Club." the work that Having just purchased For lurther particulars address, d.iy and Mm'tajr.
111 a large and well assorted stock below JNO. .-\. WBITXEY.Fa Fur Sr. Mnry River lunding, S 'ndny, Taesday
Charles Dickens his the most .
celebrity and
gave ; numerous I Tburlay.AT
rust, lam prepared p) retail a: wholesale rnandinlFl. .
aJtnOWi'. always th. most popular ot his books. will : B4MHVIN.-Fl.ORIPA CENTRAL R. R.
prices which For JacksorvtneTClahrssee.nd: Lire Oik.
dp? 5. "The History of Crime." By Victor Hugo. The.terrible narrative . .....6.25 .. m. 1:03 f. m. -I IsY

hang by the French poet, novelist and historian of the Crime I Defy' Competition. Savannah, Fla.! & Western R. R. From....Jack'OiiTil......... ....,.' .ihi.....6:01.5..111-.1"a .nd LiT.nnd6p.<)nk, .. 1

of Louis Napoleon in strangling the liberties of his country. I AT ".\IV: "'''VIU.IC.: I

GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE ) Starl.innfur '111'\1.. ant Tam?... .nit... :U.n.y.'
6. "Herry Esmond.. A novel. By VVm. M 'l'hackt'raJ-.he most -0- Weduualar and Kri'Ur.S' .

Ire artistic, popular and characteristic of the works ot the wisest SwAXSAn, May. 'a II3nl, lt/ti'1. f "KO fiat.. for Oudia aiKl Tampa. I..,,,. Tnerl.
Great reduction in ONANDAFTERSUNDAV. Thur l y end $.durdny.
Ce.hi8. novelist of this time.. I } : m ill run AT CEDAR K1-Y.-l'-I.II>A A HAVA.N;

7. "Eothen. By Alex'tnderVilliim Kinglake.: One of the. most t. ALPACA' AND DRESS GOODS.0 as follows: ". ". C"" STKAMKRH.F .
It.i'alls ch'inning narratives ever writt- ; full of pen-pictuies of life in Leave Sav,tnuah daily ut : 4:30 p m .rhy r Key "Wet and Friday.and i II.."",.. anring Mrndny. Wwl-

I the East Jncluding admir.'blraCCQIlutdof pmsunaltxperiences 0J -- Arr"e at Jessup daily at 7:20 p m ForK,.,. WrM sal Havana departjrgnd Tnraday

in HfMliMi. Cullca Print Anne at Thomasviilr! daily at (5 20 a m" $ 'I""T. ,
"n H- ]):. *, For New Oreiiin.! art:nn;end depart DC..R itniriay
Arrive at Cainhridne ilnily at 9:30
8. 'J ; '' in London. By Dani l Defoe author. a m STEAMER T. J. "'<' 'IIK.1S.
Arrive Albany! daily at" lOrS-l
a m From Mnnilwsnd TUDID ...:Tur.| ''.rnrd'
e." 'i'he'true history, by one> of the n:osters 5 TO 6 OTS PER YARD. Arrive at Live Oak d lily at 2OIm l'.r. a" .. *..... jy .. y

in of the and Arrive at Tallaha-we,; diilvat 7.00 :a in
our language mysterious I'KNSAl'OLAeJ
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Arrive it Jack nnille daily at. 7:50')11 J
Plague to England.) :IO IiI U: R\I OU>-
Leave Tall.dmsset daily at 6:OO :t.t.! .
Best Ginghalu9! .; :MASTER 1mi-poa'4TM: <<'* Ornc > .
Chosen and t'ditt' Matthew. Leave Jackionvilleda'Jj! at .i.UO: p 11f" rA..LAH.O.K. ..L.... teb. J. lit .
I'I'I ana select edition of the walks CTS. Leave Live Oak daily a; 1H.1:>> p m .
w { nptl] I !10 PER YARD. ., O'x und after M'.nJiv. K'd>ru.i,2.1490..Fai-n.ger
Leave ,
Albany daily ut .
4 00
q : p in <>: tUls re:al will run >" followaf :
I I II Iw W'tI greatjst >uft8, whose writings; owe their Leave Buinbridire ; .
.. daily at'4,10"p) nt / "ii!7 > -'--
I ; ( the excellent tr'dr-rstarjding they display Leave TlmmasviMe' daffy: at 7.30 p m I t:t.ltIallonel..2 DO p no.I. !!!!
ft Leave jesbiip daily at 6: I() 1m "' Qutr.rv..3!Jpra
and of life.English ; i
t .
scenery country i Gents and h >
Clothing furnishing goo< at Arrive at Savannah fl Arrive RC 1'.ilahasaae w pmJvnvTn
: d..ilyt: I ;t0K.gnN9
.1.' Men; of IJ'tt'rp" i one]. 1. Robert I "'HB'i..w".SWpm
jn ch e ot cars between Savannah and gave \ti ehtl' ell'' >. .TlOpmJ
\\) .. .... ...... ..... ...... ..
( nitli. 3. John Bun an.Of there volumes Jacksonville and Savannah&:d Albany. ." Ur.'I.lfI... 38 pm
iWr., ?p 'l < -i'u11 Shairp. the pccond by William Black, the WHOLESALE( PRICES( Pullman Palace :Sleeping Cars dailjbetWf'Cn I; tra"e.>nt Live.oh..215amat 2T. pnjArriv
d i ".d" rlpl Ii Savunnah and Jacksonville.
I i jiruiMh...9I3 an: .
l' ;JhJ.r rt&by ,James A. Froudp, tiV distinguished Sleeping cars run through to and from : IItT..m..Illt'. 6JSan .

"' bank than these three nmvelous bio- -o-- Savannah and Albany, and Jacksonville .. .t lb..n1........... ............1013amI. >
. ..33a:
< v L>kf 111. In
I n' d 1 in. modern t'mvs. All otuer goods at minimum without change Amvea: R.Idwin..S M a mArty 'I j
Passengers trora Savannah for F rnan- -atJ.cka v.t'e..Tttiun "
II, ool s'comprise a wide range andasJrikiogrind PRICES TO SUIT iina Gainesville anOedar Arrive lOt Frri-aikUnH.S lop a
THE* ( Keys take this
"' .. at oainenyalr. ..................SMpm ,
"pleasing productions of modern nuels ... train. .. at Cedar Ke)......... ....... ..11311 P

Bin nt"hy) anil HiltnrY-lo that all! TIMES Passengers f from'r D:irjen Savannah take this for train.Passengers IJrtins-. rairnirf Train-If at Bwxd-DndV.

. I' each Hiibscrilier will b embarrassed only 1. AT wick t ke this ir.ii'i arriving at UninswickCO leave Leave tprnmidiiia J.k.onvtl'e.e"..103 P n.m

tpvaliety in selecting his favoritr book for a FREE : la. m.Passengers I. avn'viHc.. 9 03Kc a m
PAUL FLT NTK C'S Leave t'elar \ 4JO a mLave
leave Eruns*'ick at 8.00 r M Ihid. .In..o aimLeuV
r"P arriving at Savarnah: ell S) A. M. .. Luke Oily. ..910 p mla
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+jr< alll".in} a4ince: and the Free Prize Bo >k run t be Passengers Il'"in.31I.Con. at 7.11 .\. m. "cyivanir.h..4 W p m Ii!'

+ /I a,. Jl trie pup,lTi-! lIhsrtht'(1 for. NEW YORK STORE, (dailyiel'ling: Sunday) connect at Jessup Leave )Ia tadiltOn..3 e0..k..SlSainLenve 11 a m

4 1 ( '4 with I Ihis train t fur Florida. Love OrreDTlllv..*.. .iTiara
"f f Cincinnati } CutnrnorciHl \Ij I
)- I\i s Weekly may o Fla. Passengers Irom Florida by this train Leave M.-nticwln..500amArtireat i
M. HAIXTEAD '& CI. Proprietor Cntnuit-rcial Fernandi. Tal'ahr..a. .JOOamJ
Vssing .. ... 'C0I1Ut'C11I1 Jevwn lb train arriving in .S 3fl a in
7 and .frespetim' ''.n copint of the Express can be oh- t- M .con at 65 o. m. (daily incIMiiigSunil.-i:: ) J Leave>- Tillabaweii P8an!
y9ilk ; rRA Connect at Albany with! Passenger triiiisx Arrive a'''h.b..'i.h-e.....113Oan:
' ; Ing JNO. A. WHITNEY bVin-mdina Fla. :
'' ; ,
r"-z...: > >th ways on jSmilliwcslrrn: Railroad to St. Mirla Branch- Tutirtayi. 71I" *iy Satwtatp.r

and from Jlacou, Eufaula! Slontgoniery! r>- .TjlUxMBce. ....9 00 a m10ISam
) New Orleans, Amv ts-. MtrLN. b
{ ,i Jlobile etc. le-..e..: HuS'a. .... ...... ..........,llp'aat
It'r -:: Mail steamer leaves Bain"ri.J,e for ApuInchicoU Arr've at'raf! .h ........................12 IS I'mw
i: ever Sunday and Thursday e\e. ....dnf& Ltic a eeepera ""tw f 0 Talahaaaeeacd !
' { ul ''IIr.l DAVIS'7 .; For Columbus every Tuesday HUll Satur Ja *.. n< He '.n alt nuht IrMnn
w da Il11j.\lt VI.I':1. Muster Tran poirtatliio.
: dose
a7i i" l 118PERRY connection at Jacksonville: daily
e + (Sundays wxceptefl) fur St. Pa-
VEGETABLE Hocsrox Co.. Ga.
latka. Enterprise and Green Cove Springs,
We hare known 'Swift's Syphilitic and all landings on the St John's River. .
"pacific" t'-sted !in n'mrlred of cases of Trains B. and A. R. R. leave
1 on
j junction. CIIANGE: : OF't:3CHEDULE.:
II jl i PAIN KILLER Syp-iVii! Meruiritl Rii'inrotism. Scrofula, j, going west, at 1 ::37 a. m., and for lrup- .
hri1 ffc, If:mmti* 'lit f iost perfect and penna- Oor".1. HcrrmiTi-ifiMt: "'FIe. ) .
I |I WiCK at 4:40 p. m.. daily except Sunday. JACKM.VTILLK Oct. 6lb, 1A78. SON -
r ne:' t evre in etery eee. I Through Tickets s.-ld nnd :
lid + fV COO Berths secured at Brcn's Ticket Office .
1 ; A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY read will urn k (allow*:
Cr .I, L.; WARREN of Lathorn .
JuIg.0. ,
V lei ;"II1 vrt NI). W Ball street and at Atla tic and
For Internal and External Us., & Co.. *'a\.ltnu'\lr. Ga.. ED. JA.CKSOS Dep'tflk Gulf Railroad Passenger Dt'pht. MAIL and EXPRESS (Daily.) iis
,1 i q 1I -li a SURE CURE for all ttii OtMai i far wMck it If ncoMMiid, Sup-rior Ct:; WM. DRUNSON, ELI ACCOMMODATH TIAIXS-EAST- Jurkwnvilli........... ...... .. *:3' ,. wIware
I. W.,MANN Co. Trtwsnrer WM. I Arrive at ./.11.. .njr....... ..........,.. 9rw P2:1S M
+ > the BMrt !AexP/tteeted'AtlOal. ; ...... .... ...... ...
Sund ..
D. ' DCSCAN Leave Savannah, }'' e\'d at ;:t10 a m Loa LIT l>nkArrive a. an
PJKF ti Du tGoutkl.
r R. COrOUSi SOKB11UOAT. e : n:; C. C. McIntosh it T.etia.a.aee!! ........ .., ... .118 a. .m0:45ft.a. ,
mad 4.itk' Arrive 9:40
I a sure at 1\ . ........
d. ** A:r'- Albnrr.... ... .. .. J'ffr.
r.Ik1 -
,and itate < > "
tIIIUUS DIFHTIIYYIA,1o41s.t2 Ui.waff tin -.1- 1 A \ '-jnal'ie I the proprietors and Jessup 1'>::JO m Arrive *! 'Snrxio.ih........ .... ......... 9rfx a. mIXKTO __
wNart pan** %m ** ... ..................... A
.. RlIEPMATiaM and KKUBAJUUA.EST. lI' Arrive at Blockshcar 3:05 p in Leave i r>ian: rk 4:14 ,. m
the whose
IRq'If4 I S for m i gentleman signatures Arrive 7.< LtAlh..n'.... .... ............ ...... 4:00 p. .&
WIDELY RNOWM'Y ippear'O the loregoinjf certificate. They a Dupont Q P m have Ivloruuxeo.... ................S:4S 1 1rya
WPM [ BEST, AND HOST ate m n'ltre high character and standing. Leave Dupont )):-"'0" m Leny. LiT.-i>ak..... ..... ................ p:IS s p.. nI > I 1I
I j \ MEDICINE IM THE WORLD. A. II. Leave Blackshear '* 9:50 a m .ar* Ljk City.... .. ................. 2SO.. ..
CoLQcrrr : Leave Jes .' I e'T.. BM'!.| .........................1:10.. .,
wit MLAMPS w otterfii1 s. n to".r Governor of Georgli. >4l1p" u tf'r.m Arrive at J..k"'IY.I1t'.................. TM a. K
a,'# pf CnOLERA, AL1R@IiDZA, TILE SWIFT: SPECIFIC COMPANY Leave Mclatosh ::06 p DI Train
On MAI. and Fxp: :en Car
coMrLAIITil, OMt 4t t. Arrive tiavannalt: Sleeping run
4tE1T BOWKI. at 5-11'
/ Proprietors, ArTanU. Ga. p through u' and t nm JoIClrltPavlJl..and S Taao h;a- ,
t & by JNO. L. CLAY, FenwndJna, Fla. I'I'o1J WESTERN DIVISION. sl, LuC-." $lH"'n" 1:11': rua throo h to and ti.. I
y ; S'fOp11' 8F,4oYEARS'CONSTANTII' Call for s copy "Young Hen'oFriend. Leave DnponttSumlaviiex'd.: ) at COO a OJ JarkvoSvdle and T a..sha.eee.
II 1 S Leave Valdosta *'FK: :>AX1: 1S A EXPRESS
8;17 a m : (Daily.)
:- ,l \S 1G' M. ES"AND CLIMATES., Leave Quitman !M.1: a m Leave J"1''D'liJe ... .... ............. a
lidq q f l Arrive Thomasville 1200pm: A rri-, al tw.t.. ....... ............. .12:10 p.Arrtve >.w mt
I'n l lsyu' +I s alas a., W.rk.Wps n.4Is. Gardeners I 111 I I Leave I t ). naa b"a. . ............ ':40 ...
' fA Overt a Evwrb.b Market 2;:'JO pin Leave Fer..'_ IIt'". . . .. ..... ..U0 a.
( r+ p'ras _k.1rLt' Leave Camilla ::. p m Leer" ;...'Wllt..... .... .._. ..... LZOpae
v... 1 1I Arrive at Albany". u 7:1-1 p m Arrive JacluonviIIe/ .. jflT'*'***" 2:31 '. *. .
M 1kRIYAL iT, ,BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'s Leave Camilla ". ". GU: a m !1 T'ffST* tot Fernandi.IL aM C.dat YR 1.ko
r fix tfc4 Back tat s ev'wr Leave 9:4.m tbia tr" .. No Into from BI4nai to Cedar at'J eC .
+y" ;mod fa sa ,rat of Brrdeeee .J- Arrive at Thomas v ille U10 a m @a.Jay.
Am.raIAt4L .- Leave .* .* 1:45 .Dn..rt. ftt Bilavin wi'b A'G.,% W I.T. E. It.
a m
I 1 SAFELY BE wiTHorrrr. no> .S1E1EID1LS[ Thpinasvilfc r... Cs Ur iCt']">* and 0 dneeviht.Mil,"
+ NIlrI 11 I I l lI il'' !i. KM cat te dorkm Mm, wed Hf pria*' Leave Oaitman 0& Z.Sp m 1. 1'. M. K. .K.vannah. G+r';Allany Cy Wyo.w.t a,
of aiL je ta odd at ZBc.iOs.aod 51.00, Leave \aldosu ':i.ltl'ID| awl p" uit, S >''ft and W",1' at Jdeiann.
el fTa'jGtI 1 Arrive lit Djpcat .* 7:3l rr. Tin. welt It.J.,ha. &,. r ateam/r.

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