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: April 30, 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: VID00028
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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-Those of our readers who visit I know'a lady! who' had :an ugly SEC.8. The said commHtce shall make a tt
Express. certified list of all erased by them
Jacksonville\ should not fail to consult I wart on her nose'removtd by the use as aforesaid, which list shall be file with

our Jacksonville Directory. It' ,
: ,of Conssensl.. Lightning Liniment the City Clerk. '
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1RBI.I.A contains the names of the leading SEC9. A special meeting of the City Wt

-- merchants of that city, and will he 1 For: corns! and_bunions it i is tiptop. Council to be called l by the Piiesideu:

Sobucrlpttou Price: '. Use it for rheumatism and son thereof shall be held not"less, than fifteennor
..... ...... : the means of saving yon the trouble
elle copy,one )"ear.ln advance..... 2.00 than before the 11
One eopy.kii month.. is advance............. 1.00 I of running over town in search of l' throat, also, and be ('nre.}. For sale more annual election twenty days which regular -t
One copy,three month in advance.........? .60 at meeting
The X Till be placed no the .ubtocnl r'. ha rgains. by Horsey & Co. the Mayor shall designate suitable polling
three eons cutivs nimiberii belore the .ub criplloa: New Spring andSnmmer Goods places and appoint three inspectors for

etpiree. Paul Funki-'s New York !store offers other! : ! ! each polling place, which inspectors shall

Rate of AdTerti;tOne be registered: voters of this city, and they s
its large hUx-k ol Clothing Dry Are disturbed at night and broken
... shall be confirmed the Council. The
of linen lean, insertion .n.oo by
Each square il4dlllon.lln..rtlnD.or ....oue...... ........... ,1iO Goods Boots and Shoes at strictly; !] of your rest by n sick child suffering and. Council shall also at said meeting make DRY'c' '
A liberal deduction from the above rates will be New York cost His new supplies by crying,with the excruciating pain of cutting other for such election
made with th tae who advertise by the quarter, Ills: teeth? If SO, j I/t at once and get a airangements as
1 Months hteamer will guarantee a SOOTHING may be necessary or expedient. Noticesof
year. very superior bottle of MRS. W1XSLOWS .
Editorial: five cents line for each and the of the the offic Goods So +,
Notices per .selection SYRUP. It will relieve the poor little day election, ;rs to I1i C! t
very iamrtUn. be voted for
polling places and the
Mr. John Sfckinjjer I left onIon: .. There sufferer is no imml-diately-c.lepcnd mistake about. There upon is not it a names ofthe inspectors, shall be given by STANDARD OISG HAlfS.PJI/.V77... .. ... ...
., Notice. I hist for a Month's holiday.: lIe the City Clerk and published or posted in Bleached and Brown CsttonTJEASS .
cloned aay mother on earth who has ever used it. this city at least ten days prior to said ..._...... ........ . ._.. .
The rms or the FKBHAMDIVA EXPBFKS are will spend a |>'or'.ion of the time ir who will not tell you at once tint it twill Gents and Ladl .
OK Friday morning; at 10 o'clock. Advert tlPn will the and the election. .
Gl'orgim,1 a portion in i trip regulate: bowels give rest to
vleas take notice and Ihcm..elvClllccordinlilr: SEC. 10. Previous to the opening of the
govern: His friends nnite in mother, and relief and health to the child, SPECIAL BARG
Nortli. many operating like magic. It is perfectly sift polls at any election, the City Clerk shall]

In.lIGule.J Milling him. a plensinl trip, and that to use!' in all uses; and,pleisint! to the taste see that the inspectors are furnished with! St'JWJEB SUITS which are worth regularly tl\

Angular communication" Amelia Lodge. he will return in improved health.Many and is the prescription of one of the oldest the necessary ballot boxes and blanks and Outturn made SUITS.....:.... .. .... ... ... ... ..
% o.47, F. &; A. M. will he bill on Monday; and best female physicians and nurses in I with a list of the registered voters of this '\
\ evening, May Uth at 7:30 o'clock sharp of our readers will learn: the United States.:: Sold:: everywhere. 25 city certified to"by him; whereupon thiinspectors
Transient brethren are fraternally" intedto with regret of the death of little I after being qualified according
attl'd. W. F. SCOTT, W. M. cents a bottle. SURD
A. W. L4HX1KIT, Bee. it"M Pansy, infant daughter: of :Mr. and to law, shall elect a clerk and open tin BE TO

Mrs. Benacl i, Ib' merly of this city, 1 Cough Cold or Sore Throat shouldbe polls, and 'thereupon proceed to conductthe
ASSAU CHAPTER. 23, R. A. M., of Jacksonville Little stopped. Neglect frequently results in election: count the votes, and make I BEG TO CALL AaCO..L
now Pansywas certificates ol the in all
an Incurable Lung Disease or Consumption. same respects ns:
Regular meeting May 12th at 7!y o'clockTraaatent attend horn in thi city, :and had) readied BROWN'S:: BRONCHIAL TROCHES provided for elections under the State : S X12 !

Companions fmtl'rn.1Uylnvill'd to the interesting age of two years anda are certain give relief Asthma, laws so far as the snme can be made applicable -
half when "snatched by the relent- Bronchitas, Coughs Catarrh, Consumptive and except as modified oralter.
$ TOWN TALK. less She and Throat disco&es. For thirty years the ed by this onlinanc-e. The polls shall be
reaper. was a bright Troches have been recommended by phy- opened at eight o'clock a. m., and closed Paul Funke's jew

-The Board ot County Commis- and promising child. Her bereaved sicians, and always give perfect satisfac: at sunset, and the certificates ol the inspectors BEFORE PURCHASING ELSE\\

sioners met on Wednesday.The parents have our heartfelt sympathy.Gen. tion. They are not new or untried but shall be uelivcred immediately ,
bavins been tested by wide and constantuse after the votes are counted, one copy to
d "Sorcerer," admission 75 W. G. M.: Davis, present for nearly an entire generation, they the Mayor :and the other tcrf he city clerk NEW ATTBACTM. {

cents; children 50 cents. No extra owner ol Dungeimess, and one of the. have attained well merited rank among SEC 11. On the day after any general or CounterP.

II, leading lawyer in the State, was in the few staple remedies of the age. Pub- special election at 12 o'clock noon, the City 8.-Every customer purchasing $tO.OOVorlh of goods
for reserved seats town this week. The General \i- lic speakers and singers use them to clear Council shall meet and publicly proceed I I present
and Sold to canvass theotes for the ditlerent om-
strengthen the voice. :: at twenty
The Three Cent Counter
impiovetnents on
making five cents a box everywhere. ces and persons as shown by the returns in I

'I,. AT PAUL FUNKE'S NEW YORK STORE place: and hopes Co nstore it to the hands of the Mayor or Clerk and determine I f 'k 1rr1\T ; lflJf l }[i OT

1 -A large amount of property its prestige beauty. Testimonials.ATUE.NS [ who shall have been elected by I ___ ....; tY' Jj __ __
HA. December 8, 1877.A the highest number of votes to any officeas
lyl :Mr. W. F. Scott mm; fijcit nt .
was: sold at tax pale on Monday\ and few since I shown by said returns. A certificate
niajhts; gave my son one
Tuesday last. Tax Collector, undoubtedly has one dose of Worm Oil and the next day he containing in words and figures; ; writtenat H. P. GRAY & CO., Propr
of the finest in the full length the whole number of
places county, passed: sixteen large worms. At the same: votes
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Boots! Shoes! Slipper! and he is daily making neat and: ) substantial time I gave one dose to my little girl, four given for each person for each office:: and /"I I RATE BARS, ---

i+{ Great reduction in prices! which improvements. His orange: years old, and she passed eighty-six worms, designating who shall have: been elected I iI
to each oflice shall be signed by the City
From four t) fifteen
defy competion at trees were e> Clerk and by the President of the Council Winnow Weights
J Paul Funka'a New Yolk Store.Dou't cold winter, but are again making a and shall be recorded in the office of the I II

fair start. We predict that in a shot! AV ORDINANCE City Clerk, in a book to be kept for that
". fall to see the "Sorcerer'at A certified of said certificate _
purpose. copy -
time he will own a grove that will I IRON I RAILING I
Lyceum Hall on Thursday next. To PROVIDE FOR THE HOLDING OF ELEC-: shall also II ,t render him a handsome income. TIOXS AND FOR TOE FlLUXO OF VACANCIES. this city, and be furnished. to e ch officer I ,
i 'L r" t Call at Horseys' Drug store and -The contractors have i.ot yet elected I I : commenced work on the jttie for SECTION 1. The City Coun-iI of tbe :SEC.: 12 If any vacancy shall occur for I Lumber Trucks, i = _
city of Fernandina: shall consist of nine any cause in lie office ot l.'iIClerk dllI'I '
-A basket of luscious strawberries the improvement ot the entrance: to
Aldermen, who shall be elected by I the Tlel urcr, ..Marshallinl:: Tax Collectu
from fiiend W. F. Scott were Cumberland Sound, but are preparing qualified electors of said city on the first I Assessor: the City 'Council shall hi e I CORN MILLS,

a much appreciated. His berries! this to do so: at an early day. '1 hey Monday in April of each year, which d.iy: power to appoint some suitable person to i -
have erected dwellings rough but is hereby declared to be the day for perform the duties ot said office: until the -
"I\shels&c.&c. t
; i year arc the finest we have seen. comfortable for the workman on tile the[ annual: election of municipal officers same shall be filled by an election as afore- __ j
{ said of city. said, or in case the Council for want of
The Three Cent Counter extremity of Cumberland: Inland. 'I BAY STREET BRUTCSWIC:
SEC.2. There shall: be elected atthe same 11 sufficient number to constitute a legal ,

i i- at Paul Fmikc's New 'York Store The north jetty will be the first: one time a Mayor,a City Clerk, and Treasurer, quorum or for any other cause be unable : ...,
commenced, and is to be the longestone. i Marshall\ and tax Collector Assessor to act, the Mayor' or acting :Mayor

-For the present Northern mails and w ch other elective officers as may be I hall: have power to make such appoint- IflOHAND BflSSCtS1It1GSOFEYER S (

from this city leave"on the afternoon provided for by the Ordinances of this city. ment.
1 -Now that our new city sjoverninenl : SEC. 3. No person shall: be entitled to I SEC. 13. person elected to fill any

h i jt train, closing at 4 o'clol'k."fhe Northern is regularly established and the rote at any municipal) election, general or vacancy, Any serve for the unexpired Mill: Work ,

mail arrives on the morning train machinery: running smoothly, it is special, who shall not possess the qualifications term which he or they are elected to fill. : a SpeciiTHE

Ilya about time to commence agitating required by Section 8 of an Act of I SEC. 14. If any vacancy occurs in any
at 10:30. the Legislature: o't Florida, entitled "An office which is filled by appointment ot
lr, The Triumph Shirt, the question so frequently broachedin Act to provide for the incorporation ofci i the: City Council such vacancy shall be J-cTS IJ1I JR. :E;

' these columns, of the freedom of ics and towns and to establish a uniform illeJ by the City Council at such tim asit
''h Superior in quality and style lor $1 stock within the corporate limits. s'stP.1lof municipal 'government in '. may deem proper.

Oily, worth $2 at" The nui!':inceeontinues\ unabated: and this State,dated! Feb. 4th, 180'J," nor until :SEC. 13No resignation! of any alderman LAR &E S
PAUL FONKK'S NEW Yonic STORE. he shall have been I officer of ;
: duly registered, as or the city shall take effect until accepted -
is the of all citizens
t it opinion good hereinafter provided, ut least three days : by the City Council; provided however -
-The wreckers of the illralp that our authorities should put a previous *o said election. I that it at any time the Council shall

steamer City of Austin have met step' to it. The question will doubtess Sec 4. Special elections to fill vacancies for want of a sufficient number to constitute i- FUR1VI

receiveallention at an early: day. in any of the ajore-mentioned offices, or 'I : a 1 legal quorum, or for any other cause
with poor Miccess thus far. 1'11p.1i h Ior, any other purpose provided for by the he unable to act, the Mayor: or acting;

winds have made it too rough to Messrs Sanborn & Hoyt are charter or ordinances this c'ty, may beheld Mayor shall have power to accept or otherwise A
carrying the largest stock: of Furniture under the proclamation of the Mayor atmy : : dispose of all resignations tendered. *f'

allow a boat to approach.Mr. ship stores", chandlery, and'gen : timewhn directed by the City Council. I SEC. IB. Should any vacancy occur in EVER.. BRO'UGJIT

A. B. Campbell's lalt-nted eral merchandise: ever brouet to md after such notice ns the City Council the Board of Ader.nen by reason of death
e hall in each case deem proper; and the resignation, removal or otherwise the
amateurs will produce the Sorcereron this city. Their prices are low beyond inspectors of the election shall be appointed Council shall order an election to fill such

Thursday next. See notice else comparison: and polite and ; and the polling places designated, and vaca"cy or vacancies according to law,
attentive salesmen: render theirs a other arrangements for said elections be md if there is no quorum of the Councilthe ,

where. most agreeable: establishment in made by the Council; at any regular meeting Mayor or acting Mayor shall. order -

-We were a Delightful; which to deal.: They make a specs ally or any special meeting called lor that such election. itQEN LA
purpose; Frvtided, however, that at least : Se-c. 17. All ordinances or parts of ordinances -
drive behind Mr. Courier* fait favor. of filling; orders horn the country. ten days notice of such special election' : conflicting with the provisions of

ite "Bay" l:1 week.. We ventureto .. t hill be given, and provided further, that i this ordinance are hereby repealed.
1'inafore. in case the Council shall: l, for want of a std t Passed first reading April 13th, 1BJ1L13V

pay he can do mile under three The matinee on Saturday last by icicnt number to constitute a legal quorum Passed! second r ading April 13th, 1881.1::
minute or for any other cause be unable to I 13y unanimous consent of Council
!?. Mr. A. B. Campbell's of Juveniles '
troupe direct the culling of such election, or to I' waived and ordinance: read by its title and Xi"E
The "Sorcerer" at Lyceum Hall was a most brilliant success. appoint the inspectors as aforesaid, the idoptcd. April 13th, 1881.C. .
'The little ones acquitted themselves Mayor or acting Mayor, shall have powerto V. I1ILL YEn,
on Tuesday next, at 8:15 p. in. Tickets admirably, and ths respective parts call such election and to appoint the President of Council.

and reserved seats at Horsey'a were well sustained.!' A crowded necessary inspectors.SEC. AttestV.. F.WooD, Jr.,
5, The City Clerk shall prepare and City Clerk. -tf
house the ith "
Drug store. greeted i '* respectful keep in his office, suitable books or lists, in I Approved. C. A. HALEY. Mayor.\

By the present mail facilities we ulmiration, and applauded loud'y.'' which to register the names of voters in i "
:Much credit was reflected upon the said city, in which books or lists shall be ; :

receive our valued exchange, the managers. written or primed the following oath, toe I A5 Ordinance to Amend pin ,Ordinance Entitled! I I
> taken by all persons applying to be regI "An Ordinance in relation 'to Quarantine.
Florjla Union, at 10:30 o'clock on . .1'-1 I
Droved Apri130th. 1880. t ,
stered before their names shall be entered : f
the morning of its It Can any thing!: be better? I can't Ke it publication.
therein : 1 do solemnly swear (or affirm) Sicrioa 1. That section"'i4'-f 'anOrdlnaneeep- I
contains the latest news of the day think so, as Conssens' Honey ol Tars that I am twenty-one years of age; thatstn 1 'irrvd April 30th.1880, b>nmeujqd *" lo.lows.,
the best cough remedy 1 leave been a citizen of the United States::\ "Ful' the present Key Weei t'i nJ ports m>nth
of the Tropic ofl'ancer. anl not farther Sooth than
from all of the world.
parts able to get. One dose alone is worth (or have declared my intention to the Tropio of Capricorn, ehall aeraed in'.cledfor'
become such in conformity to thelaws <.inJ no 0th'V' portshallbeconfiiiJerediBfeo
and Summer )0o. but whole bottle .
Spring Goodsat you can buy a Works : Christiana !
ot the United Sta'tes!:: ) that I have ted. except Mich us nre known to hare contagion; er ,
New York cost, at Paul Fnnke's at, that price. For sale by Horsey I resided within the State of Florida:; twelvemonths infectious. disease existing therein; nor Khali any Otief': 23 S. Bf'a\
v e nel he iatject to the prorlalon of sections four
Ne if YorkStore I & Co. and within the corporate limits and Ere of these refutations by canon of their: arriving -
---- ur the city of Fernandina six mouths immediately : from any port not herein epct.ified.excepl bya
-Mr. I. Solomon of Jacksonville Dlcd. preceding this date. I do further tealth.further" order of this Council or the Board of IIVIPORAre '

has an unsurpassed stock of millinery BEN ACnr.-At J acns nvill Fla., of sc a- solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will supiort..andMdefendthe Sac. :. That sectl.-m Tweve of said Ordinance U
let fever, PANSY BENACUI, of Fernaruliiu, ..Constitution of the hereby amende- to read as fo'iows :
dress ribbons Whenin "Tha Port Physician t-hall be and is hereby required -
goods, tie. United States ). the Ccmetitution-and
aged two years and six months. daughter: ; ape to make month' reports of all the teiuels'aided
Jacksonville give him a call. His of :Sarah: blohr::\ and Pnadia B na.chi. 'I government; of the State of Florida against .. by him dnring the mnnih rmbra ed brAid t L &
e en -- ,11:enemies, :foreign .'or domestic; that I report shall iuclu.lea p<-cificnti..n of aU free collect. s.5 -:
advertisement appears in this paper, The Sorcerer. will bear true faitbloyaity 'am1'I\U'gimce: ed Pot l>y him Phykhian.trita xuJi The vessels first for of such 1I'rT1Cl'llreuliere reports..hallt
!r, and will giye you his address. to the same: -all mlinAnccs or resolutions ,* returna54on' the last Jay of Miy next and
''ill to. Encouraged! by the success met of any State Convention i>r Legislation; to they shiil' thereafter b' filed at the e'ose of etch IMMENSE .
Xew Attraction with by Pinafore, Mr. A. B. Camp- the contrary no withstl.ndin ." So help lon'b during/: the time th.t qnvantii.e: regulations receiving a
are in c.reo. And the < 1111'hv81C'aullh,1I at thetime
The three cent counter at Paul hell has concluded to' produce in this me Gala : of fling his and monthly reports dcpos t fithe > I,SPRING
Funke's New York Store. city, for the lust time, the popular SEC. 0. The said book shall be opened at City Tressury' in cash a ram equal to fifteen per r A
t all times for datum of fte 'otal f es collected a' shoirn ia the
registration except duringthe
the "Sorcerer. The RId take the Treasurer's receipt -
Mestrs Ludden & Bateo, of Savannah opera, troupes I three days immediately preceding the monthly for ilio 1't'poranti acme ; the moneys so received to be JIEN'S AND YQ] i= x
composed ot the leading general or special election and any per. and: the same are'hereby declared a part or the
Ga., aria givnig: southerners a talent of Jacksonville! has produced son not heretofore registered, or having general funds of the city; subject to appropriationand .. :.
INIplcal .
variant the"tame other moneysSec !
most valuable Musjcal Journal, at the opera with great success. changed his residence after having'onceregistered That the Ctrtifcnft of Health"'ref-rred
The is laid in may appy! for registration or to in section nine of ao "OrdInance in relation to {,
the low of 1125 Each scene a country village
price per year. I for re-registration and be registered by the Quarantine," approved Aprt 30, 1880..are heieby I' M I
in En j is issued i to Inward A full' and isI
number contains selection ot choice'I larHirni&9fc/olowing! the Clerk at any time when said books are construed bound TrssMls to mean nnder ouch section us DMT three be of mid Ordinance. complete Sloe. ;

music. Send fog it. I Dramatiller:1lnnro : .. j 3 open. i Sic. 4. That the Quarantine regulation; contained STSWISS
Sir Marmadukc Pointdextrc.. ..Mr. G. M. SEC. 7. At the last regplar meeting of In i kAn Ordinance in & herebyamended.ball0' I 1

-If in need of paints, oils, varnishes Parker. I Council in February of each year, the lD provelApril30th, i full operation and effect from and after the time
f I An Elderly Baronet. President of the Council shall appoint a or T its approval. % _.
glass, etc" either at wholesale Alexis.. ..... ... .Mr. J. C. Marcy, Jr. I; committee of three Alderman to revise the 8ro. 5..AU Ordinances and part of Ordinuee

or retail, call on Mr. Harry Weis- Of the Grenadier Guardt, hu Son. registration list, and the said committee conflctiug Pared! its herewith first reading ire hereby April 20th.revealed.1891. TARLATA]

lacco Doctor Daly. ... .... .. .. . .:Mr. Jackson. lull, within three days .after its appointment :Pace its second reading. April:90th 1881 VIFernandina <
kopf, Jacksonville, Fla You will ,: near of Ploverkigh.Notary : and from day to day thereafter; as Bulea waived by noanimons.coniient of Council. ,

I rod, :,1j. riot only find that he has a superdur'': . .... .. . .. . Mr. Julius Drew. may be necessary or expedient, meet atthe Ordinance read V.lU 1IILLYKE tl-l,le and adopted.Prefl. of Council- r

tlan. f John Wellington Wells. .)11'. A. B. Camp- : office of the City Clerk, and together Attait: Wn. WOOD, }*., City Cl rk.
Moclr but also that he is
one of there j bell. with said Clerk proceed to examine the Approred. Co A. HALEY, Mayor.
tbelilroad ', 'f
most! courteous and obliging rent leniau OJ J. Weto&Co.. Family Sorcerers 1 registration books of this city and erase -
Lady Sanazure..Miss Ev Griffin.A therefrom the names of such persons as i
in the Read his i An Ordinance.
city. adyerjliscmcnt. lady of ancient may be shown to their satisfaction to have IAn | > Q-
k iIG
and 1 \Uine... ....... . .. .. . liiteageAlice Long died or ceased to reside permanently in Ord'wioGtiditingill Law and Ordinances "
rcts ia force in the of Fernandina on Math SO. 1881.
The for the Her davhter tetra&al to Alaa. i iIrs. this city, or otherwise become disqualified The City of Fernandina, represent. in Council
ettlerigiven impiovements protection ) Parlett.. ...,.... Miss Katie Iaxcy I! to vote; provided that if any person 40 enact as follows:' BLEBFruit
l.- '" of Fort Clynch are now in A few opener. whose name may be so erased shall, on offering SECTIOI I. That an Uw and ordinances in force ..r,
111 the the 30th of]
otFtrnanilna day March
City en
Instance ....... ...Miss Patti Ilarlridse. to vote at any election thereafter; :
Four jetties are being 1881.;: are heby adopted and d r progress. run ,, Jlir dxuyhttr. declare oa oath that he was duly registeredin and Ordinances lor tht_ gOTernment cf the

L' out, at right angles: to the beach, C) oru, of Peasantry. this city at least three day>before said nvisianal Mojuctpality. of Fernandina. t$" .,
election with the' requirementsof See. 3. That -Ordinance shall! ro hao effect
above and below the Fort, and will Next Thursday, the 12 insL, is the the State complies election laws concerning immeJi.tel1upon Passed Council April 11..ppvovat.Sth 1U1.8i plcs nosre

prevent the incessant wear of the Ieti i lay for the performance, and at 8:15 sallenges: ; md that his name if not onthe .'t A- Swutv,Pres.of Council A visit ':f" ,
the hour. Tickets list of the city has been Attest: Em O. Faucis Clerk.
m. andxeserved registration '
beach from tides. Daring the past! Approved prti .!115S1. are th! ,
M eats at Horsey's Drug Store. AdniiSdion j i improperly erased therefrom and shall take Q. STiSE:,W_jcr.
-" year: he encroachment* of the tides the oath required to be taken by persons <
r, 75 cents ; children 50 cent New York Offlc ;!
hosa Tote shall be challenged, such {.teb."tof7.neTO' i
ila. person '
have' been enormous. i No extra chtrge for reserved seats. shall bare the right to vole 1 $as:!.r.o.overlOOIa&.elt.-...-.' .ttW rtJart9a J 83 Walker S'N

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6REA5 brt9> ):Ofi' 1:11 Axiher, ....... :SII:: g::si
- 1I:1IdlOm.. ... 1:2S\ }:.JO 111"lt..n?..h..1| 9:11! aIlArriedondo.
: UlXTlllj! ,.. :h': 2:15 .. 9 a>f i.:4
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IT- ... .. 1
A N L6..tev. 2:52 tall \Galaenti.iu?. 9;4o 9.!>>
1'tWl'I"I': ... 3:11):1:1I: 'W3Id.,........ iO.l.-:! It ;'17
Starve,. 3:1f.\ 3:181: !(Tnuret n.....Uu. :.> 10:5H
4I IIITNEY.Editor. & 'Pt ljl sher.0 TilUlDlilD,. .. :I'It' 3:3ttll l IStaik..... ... .'I1lo: 11:11:
I I I ''CIIVIi, P I I W. ldl). ... .. :i:3I3b4! || rempl ' it itI 'EIDXCKEX I b highly recommended and nnsnrpassfd for FOUL KIDNEYS i O.nnesville. 4:40 4:4l 1 iljiwi.v.. ..'.11.3.1 1II.a::
DROPSY. GRAVEL, UKKillT'S DISEASE, LOSS Of ENEIJUY, NERVOUS Arred. nd '.... Spt2 5oJl lrsTiIIl'......'rl::10 I.'10
I I Button .. ... 6:15 5:15 BllldWi ......((12.36 12:'3
DEBILITY or any OnSFRUOTIONS, arlsiiisr from KIDNEY: or BLADDER Archer,... 1IIj, ; ,Iii j Bluntly Br'ebl I itt 1 IRronson.
- .;DISEASES Also for BLOOD and KIDNEY TOISOMNG, in infected malarial ,. ... 6:0316aa: 1 :: I : 1'i:
: 6:43: : 6r D1IttoO..II.&t i 3n: : ..
section:0 R.tIC".Y.1! 713 7:. $, 2::9
c0B03 :- Key....1:1:1": 'P.Y. . ,... 0 r. tPENISUL.tR

m 3- 'lbl'disli'latho of a FOREST LEAF with JUMPER BEKEIF' and BARLEY A1.\I.Tw It. F.
have fliHcovtrerf) KIDNEGEN.whiehactsgleciio.lly on the Ki, lnev and Urrnmy Op nsremoviug; .! p.sru:Ot :Oranee!'A.Y.I]
B t Adv rti in MOthllul Stat i epnui In the HiiMer a'.1 any i-tramiiip.. 8" arling t eat '>r i-ritatim- the water j.jsAiise: *, ({ITII.B than 4JO4Jii| :lx>chltK..,i.... S:"'ntS.40
[ strength, Tiror an wu ing .i he ilthv color and a8Y flew of ulio.*. It can be lalin nt n I :imc+, and in 1 5:("!tl3I I'H{ "thnrCf'... 9:1151 !3-1
all ciimnt..a, wih ut ujury to the ey.tem. Unlike any other prtipn-ation fur K'aney difficultieg. It has e:35i J:35i4:;>II, | aiiUFe...........I. 9t:;,,i !/-4:'
a rejy rLi *.T and c LtABL' taMe aDd flavor. It eou'a 118 PO-ITITK I'rURlIlIC proprti and willntt : :i11'aldo. IU:1> A.UKIT
J'lAI1PUTL L.ulu ISP.CIALI.T will like it, and GnxTLKMrM will find KHOt'EYO-hX; ,th, beat Kulucjr ; : train No?. 1 and 2 daily Iclwewi Iuruan"i"
111 Tonic tor Us purpoxi ever aud Baldwin, and dally' except SunJ'Y-, [-otr.Ucf
.a need:0 IMldwin. Jfos 3 Key ilaily. ....
(flowrbe -0- i2 :-- I cept Sunday:: Xoy. 3 and 6 LIut..1ay: and Saturdu
. ;. y
.!rt} .' D. E. M.\X WELL. fcupt.FEKXAXDIXA .
')Ii. It: HfiTinr I Ewh la**' has ,..SI.-WFNCE &; TVIA/ItTUT..' nary & JACLSOSVHJ.E RVILUOVD.
heard TERM liulluL tottI-ba4aOovcavaxxTHavrXVPSTAMPaithonr: nsme.abthperm.ta) KIDXEGEX
.. to be old as a Prop:ie'ary aniele! (without license) by I>ru;gbts,Grocers atd other Dealers .eTtry wbe. To take Ktteit W" neltd.ay. A. )t., April:!. !h. 11.:
cut up in tin Train Jfo. 7 gomi!; ; Socm will leave Finilu.limi
(teionally AndII.Cincinnati One Copy, One Year, $2..00 "t Leave Halt's HIt at.I1J5A.M
PUT U? UT QT7ABT SIZE :BOTTLES FOR r AWL USS.LAWK Arrive utjutksonville.I::'.'1')1
> Tram No. V gaiujf Sutra win I One Copy. Six.1\.Iontlu. r 1:00: a .......... ...... ....... ...... ....... ......3.3") l'.3 t
CXCK & 31 ARTIProprietors, ('hiCIlo.llI., and Xo. G, Raralay Leave H.irt' Komi >tat .au' P.ll
I One Copy. Three IMontlis, .50 : StrfCI'1 ,'rllve J.ekonvlllt'U' :: 1'.7I[
U01XU NuR ru.
Leer idea of judi- i A" I New Yoik.: Train Xi>. 3 will I le".e J.i k-ouvilld at....2 l': P.M
lease h..nor"always ""> THE FEENANDINA EXPRESS. : I Leave Hart's Ron i at..... 4.Ik) P.St
your Arnr. ut I'ctI14ndna.: ...4i" PM
SoitllDKUCSCIsTS, GROCERS IiI:ALURS Krcrywlierc.MYERS I Tram No. 10 !loin.; SOUR will 1 are JaCK+inTillaat
begin theirs FEIJNANDIJTA, FLOIUDA.OokTo .... . .. .....N.JOA.M
Leave H.IHH Itoi rdat....''.U 4.1
IpOIl lIt and theston BROS, Savannah Georgia. Wholesale .Agents for Florida.: 'a at Feruantin-i. .._ ... ... ...... .ltJ\.M(
Post. EjfDouble Iniins Dully
FREE SUBSCRIBERS D. K.!: MAXWELL, Sup:nti.enleut; ,
SAXWORX and IIOYT Agents for Nasstu County. 24-l-ly() I Con.n.eC"t1e
-paying attention I : >D..s..
women at one sitting - AT FEUN.\NIiIXA.-S'rEAMSHir.H CITY


311 would call that Having atle arrangements to club the FERXAXDIKA EXPRESS with WES IK:UN TEXAS.

.the CINCINNATI WEEKLY COMMERCIAL, we announce that we will furnisli From New XcwYur'cWtJiiesdav'
N omstown Herald. Tho Following Farms. "itLU\ted, ],'romlo'.w Y.k. 'riJlly.3:11)1',
Fernandina! Expnss' and the Cincinnati ekl Commercial York Store
W I For X tern Pennsylvania for and the Great Satil'u! miles i and tvr/ two ..iftth.! .'n-i(trr.
| River I
.. a large, 8-page56-column Family Newspaper/ one year, $3.00 on thirty i
4 from St. Andrew's Sound offered forsale :-EMII: n. is. I-I.AXT.
ring her husband will to each subscriber under this arc
give as a prize yearly { : clubbing arrangement FERNANDINA. FIA. at low rates !I t'umlxrl.iinl Knute. 1
fi. The husband one book he select from the following famous very : .! From nrulI.wick and .I1.I'"int. Xortli and
any may ; OXU RICE PLANTATION containing .f fAVrst..lJaily.F..r .

tin other woman Editions! unabridged beautifully printed' on good paper, in paper CLOTHING improve'menu consist", of a ]large barn andlaborers' : M'EAMEUS }'I.OIW.:11,1: CITY Uufy.I .O)' .
I houses, all in t(()n'l rt-piir. I I
-Ts looking..-Oil City covers: ONE MICE PLANTATION, known I I KEIUFKTOV.I .: .
1. "Jane Eyre," the famous novel which made' Charlotte Br nte's t the "As'iley' Place.: containing acres, I I : HoH'e.
DRY GOODS From Sav'nnah..1 D. wl.y. Thursday. Saturday
fame. CO' acres under cultivation thi year. }'ftf. .. ....Mju.Liy.: \\'edu'sJ.\j.'ridaf t.

t'J of Louisville claims toy 2. "The Days-of Pompeii i ," Bulwer's historical romance of un' versal I BOOTS AND SHOES ONE RICE PLANTATION" known a3"Memphred's !!I i !STRAEMI" : : sr. jonvs.
land. 470 acres. .:S: [>lendid
Lent} ..: > not playii: <; pokr.oar d; popularity, the most fascinating of his productions. hill site. From: Sivannah). and Charketoo.trttlneed.yantSunda

: keep it by not 3. "John Halifax, Gentleman," Miss\ Mulock's masterpeice; n ston HATS AND CAPS. ONE COTTON PLANTATION, containing I Fur '. Mondiyanl Friday

.1' The of the sorrows and triumphs associated with low births and --O- t'22 neres. This place contains a St. s'lKVMEi: FLOIA.
fays large dwelling house. From Mays liv1' Landia"s, AVedneiilay andYri..y.
Now it's thet.ial's iron fortune. Having just purchased; New York :For further particulars address! I For si. itirjH River Litudings, Sunday, and

turn'to 4. "The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club.. the work that a l Urge and well a* rted stock below JXO. A. WHITNEY, Wl'd'l,, ,I.ay .

gave Charles Dickens his celebrity; the most numerous and cost, 1 am prepared to retail sii whole.*Ic Fern.ndina Plu I AT IU1.IIWIS. .
oiateor inhab For .la.';k.ol\nlI", TalLthif! and Live 0.,1 .
>te ;
alwa8 the most popular of his books. prices! which iir! '! .... . ..............................1jO and 22:4) !
t. 5. "The of Crime." Victor The terrible Savannah Fla & Western B. R. From Jalkaonylhe.T&" 1.&haYMe' ; and Live Oalr. )4
History a By Hugo. narrative ....
............. ...... ...1:5: +}and 12:::a
herly by the French poet, novelist and historian of the Crimeof Defy Competition.I GENERAL JIANAGER'S: OFFICE: ) .\ r (;SIxE.Y1LL1. ;.

Louis Napoleon, in strangling the liberties of his country. SAVANNAH. )[ny. 2:}. 1s*>. f Stare Line for Ocala. and Tamp., arrives Monday
I '
WediiKulM I '
.in Fret''
6. "He ry Esmond.. A novel. By \V Dl. M\ Thackeray he auto - O Y AN DAI-TEH SUN DAY. Mtv XJrdPawengi ; ;: Sr3l" f.imfor i)c.tU l and Tampa II' VCa Tuesday ? rF W,
deep 'r Trains on this: Road \\ ill run 'l'bt.r..ty! and adur4Ay.Sr .
artistic popular and characteristic of the works ol the wisest:
,t and :, Groat reduction in as follows: I I-KPAH KHV.I'nr .
novelist,of this time. NIGHT EXPRESS.Leac :rtZMra:! 3:1LUII.

for m e "Eotfien. Alexan William One of the : Savannah daily at 4-00 p in Pcnu.- ?i>l.t..Monclty: urut Friday
By KingUke. most ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. For Pens tolit.Motidiy anil, FridayhTK
Arrive; at at 7.20
Jessup daily a'
Mylall 7 narratives written full of of life in ; p in | ,\MKKH CU TJXIJ: MOKUAN.
charming ever ; pen-pictures : I
ire Thomas viilc; i
.t at (
o- rc d.rty at > :'JO! a in Far 1'it..lJrI'nn*. ... ........ ... ........ .Fnttf
the East, including) admirable accounta of personal experiences Arrive B.iinbrid daily! at 9.3"a m i From Sew:. Oilt: ..n-t. .f.i'urJarFr i'I .f

wfulI Lg in Egypt and the Holy Land. i>ot Calico Prints Arrive a' Albany daily at 10:25 2 a irt m II i\unni and Key %V""nt...Fntiy
Arrive at Live Oak duly at 2 00 '! Fur K*y Webs and llaviui.. ... .... .... f.itufliy "
: am
_..8. "Journal of the Plague in London. By Daniel Defoe, author Arrive ut Tall diassee daily at 7;(H) am' FI.OUII it HAVANA M\IL SfKAMHIl's S 1 ,

a of "Robinson Crusoe." The true history, by one of the most 5 TO 6 OTS PER YARD.0 Arrive ut Jacksonville daily at 7:.;50 a rn co.' ; TE\Miis. 4

I Ustinguished writers in our language, of the mysterious and Leave Ta'iUhassoe: daily nt (fU H> p ni I Fur Key TV\ t and 1'nmpa..Mon lay and Thurtilay

wful visitation of the Plague to England -0- Lca\c Leave Jack Live Oak onville daily daily at at 11:1;5-XO p pm'm :, 1 .\('K-O-; \-1 I.I.E.: PEXSACOLAf

[ems of Wordsworth." Chosen and edited by Matthew VV.irnold. Ginghams.! Leave Albiny: daily at 4;00 p m ,: f AND fASTE":MOBILE TaA.aPnat.nos'e K\ILK01I Ortc >

The most popular and select edition; of the worksof I.{' iv"e unbridze. daily at 4:00 p ni TA-LAUA..Sas, FLA., Ireb. i. 13 3i). i
10 CTS PER YARD. Leave Thom.isvi'le daily at 7:;;0 in
p S rand a(ft.rMmdavFehruary2IAMPii: "'-eug t.rJr
one of England's greatest poets, whose writings owe their Leave .icssup daily at 60:: a in O : un t hi< r.ud \r.Il tl.1. -.. (fnl'ow: : a

.4 celebrity largely to the excellent u-derstanding they displayof -(\- i Arrive at :Savannah: daily at !>.00) a inNo I: l'>Passenger ram-Ea-'hrn Bnuad. -Itnilt/.

change ot cars fret! teem Savannah anal j J."VII <'itlnhooclipe. .2 W pn
the sentiment and t-cenery of country life. and goods at Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany. Q'llncv.... . ..................ii'Jpla:
Gents : furnishing
,0., Three volumes "English Men of Letters" [in one]. 1. Robert Clothing Pullman Palace Sleeping:; Cars daily be- I f 1 'nvlt rive !Tiill.i hnxnc: .e.6 rV4 U;:' p.P in m>

I I II' p: 2 Oliver G ,ildsmith. 3. John liunyan. Of there volumes i! tween StiViiimali and l .Jacksonville; \ i Voi.tue'lo.: ....... .... .. .... ..110p 111
I II WHOLESALE( [ mm.All keeping cars run through ti.> aiiil from I Lave (Jrcenvi'le. ;3A p m w
Pliocipal Sliuirp. the becond by William Clack, the Savannah and Albany, and Jacksonville j Leolve' .......... ......92/1pm.

t and third by James A. Frond, t.f distinguished \vithoMt change .., I \rrive..t.. Savannah Live: .....,.... ..........91 fl'inntat :>atc
II lalh charming book than these three marvelous bio- - Passengers Irons Savannah for FI'rnanriina ., aIThntmratiUe. ... ............6:;;;Ii m
re Gainesville and Cedar .Albany.......... ..........._10 23 K til
f Keys take this
's been issued in modern times Otter goods at minimum I Leave Lnki" ('rp. .L; nm
train. Arrive at R.l.iwin. ... 23 a m
;. ; (these books comprise a wide range and sinking Passengers"' for Darien take this train.Pas'll'J1gc.s Arrive Jachonvitle.... to .a n.
I Brilliant and }pleasing productions of modern! au- PRICES from ivann.ih: ( tor Bruns- I Arrive.. a'"Oainenville Fernandrna..3...504 40 run P m
wit-k t ke this train, arriving at Brunswick I| atCedarKey! .930
Travels and that yroticn'icr
Biography History-so all TIMESAT 0.00 a. in. I Train Hwt

subscriber will b embarrassed only4.ariety Passeng'rs leave Brunswick at 8:00: P.M j Leave Jar-k-onville.Bouad-Daily.5tOa n.

in selecting his favorite book for FREEs arriving at Savannah: 9 A. M.Passengers I.cave Feruaudina.. 3) P m
a leaving: 3Iacon at 7.13 I Leave I L kr ; PAUL I FUNKE'SNEW a. in. L<*ave t'e.rnr Keys.....................4 3D a m
(daily icl'ding Sunday) connect at Jessup Lave Bild a m. 7 IHIamLuarr
I<''I t s"aI payable in advance, and the Free Prize Book mu>t bee with this train for Florida. ; Lake Oity..940pm(

? time the is subscribed for. Passengers; (Iroin Florida by this train LraveSavanmh....4 3) p m
.. .
paper .
I IIp9a Leave Lit a O k 2 If am
I YORK STORE Jesstio with tniin inll"cOJ1lt
? of the Cincinnati Commercial be I connect arriving Leave Mudi/w.n.311am
cimen copies Weekly may G.25 . .. .... ..
n. m. (daily incl'dingSunday) l<'\ve Greenville. .. ..... . 439amLeuve
a :!5"by addressing M.\ JI. Ll1'E.\D & Co., Proprietor Commercial Ir Connect at Albany with Passenger trains Montiroilo.5 00 a in
Fernandina Fla. I Arrive DO a lit e
9ii l I nati, Ohio, rind free specimen copies of the Express can be ob- II i iTBdDI both ways on bouthvvestcrn Railroad: to Leave "l'.II..h..N!. ....................830..81
ahd from Macon, Eutaula Montgomery, Leave Quincy............111 r.S.oArive
JNO. WHITNEY Vt-rnaudina I
uddrel! Fla. -- )Mobile New ()Orleans etc. aI I'hatuboocbee: ..11 30.. mSt

: l\Illilsteamer ]leaves Bainbridge for Apalachicola Marks Bran h- Tuesday*, Thursday, Situr4aijt.Liaue s
----- -- -- 1 every Sunday and Thursday eve. Tallihavtee..11 00 a m
@!! !( Columbus and Amve t St. Mark's.Id 13am
For every Tuesday t iu!ur. .
11 iPERHYDAVIS'r dav afternoon. r Leave $at t Tallahassee Mark' .12 11 Ofl 13 a p mAne m

5"S = == Close connection at Jacksonville daily .
== Woodruff Luc lI'tII'pen b .twUD Ta'labaRtt! !
? I. ; -.. : i.. .l 1 (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine. Pa- and Ja:""" >nTllle on ,ill ni;ht trains ST
a ( !' A e -- -J EDGAR VLIBf, M. t"r Tnin p",it"i'ion.
and Green Cove
iuu latka Enterprise Springs,

VEGETABLE GOOD REASONS::; FOU THE DOCTOR'S : and all landings on the St John's River. FLORIDA CE2 TRAL' RULRC1.-\tJ. mud]
l I +I k ; FAITH. Trains on B. and A. R. It leave junction, Mi,

MONROE GEORGIA March 29. J88O. going west at 1 :37 8. m., and for Uruns- oaar

I ; 1 PAIN KillER We have for twelve' months been prescribing wick at 4:40 p. m., daily except Sunday. CHANGE OF* SCHKI>TJJLK.Orrir .

) (.swifi's Syphililiiic\ Specific") in Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Oa"rau. PI7PERI:! the treatment of Syphilis and many other Berths secured' at Bren's Ticket Office J.C\ "" .VII.LI, Oct. Stb: im. SON tor t

iisesiMi-s for which it is recommended and No. 22 Bull street, and at Atla-tic and AND AFTKRTH13 DATE, RAINS OX *ill
= A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDYFor the re-ults! have: been most satlslactory, Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot.'AGC031310DAT1a111'r road will run an follows: I saint|

Intern and External! Use, not havingeen: disappointed in-a single 1-EAST- : MAIL and EXPRESS (Daily.)

SURE CURE for all th.OlseiMS for wUch It Is recGllmeII4ed, instHnce. We think for nil disease it. is ERN DIVISION. I Leave Jacksonville. SJOp.m v1
a It a .. .. .. .........
.f recommended >1p cure it stands without Lave Baldwin. .. . .. 7:00 p. m
sad I Is ALWAYS PERFECTLY SAFE la the hud .
Leave SavannahSundays ex'd at 7:00 Arrive at Lake 9.30 m
and that nil the medical professionwill : a m p.
the most hmqxrienced peer .
eves persees.c' Lravxlava Oak 3:15 a.m
IIi..iIkl sounerorllter;be forced to acknowledge Arrive at McIntosh. 9.40am Arrive at Tallahamee... .......... ...... 7:00 a. m
It ii a ours mad attack remedy for COUGh SORE it ia.hertre;&tmentof..Syphilis as anne Arrive at Jessup 12:30 m Arrive kl Albwnr....... ...........10:15m
s/h ') I I Iwpp THROAT. CULLIES tad Btnllw tnmMec: affords (.was ru.j Arrive at Blackshear 3.05pm Arrive at Bavsnonh..................... >i$) a. in
/ ta a. ....* ai.Nyaawat DirilTUdUA end K tile bGt>> qua non.' 4, tN; L..G.\LLOWAT.M.D. Leave Savannah. .:30 ,. m
,' ka.WIt naeb far UUID1r&TISi: aDd EVBALGU.. u J..T. n( BJz.iOY. 31. D..iTLAHTA. Arrive Dupont TOO p m Leave Albany. 4:00 p. m 01GTAl
.:GA,:May 22. 1S79.i Leave Dupout 5.r.0 a ra Ifttrt Tallbiwe. 8:45 p. m
1 l nl THE OLDEST, BEST, AND MOST WIDELY KNOWN i 1 -. One of our workmen had a ;bad case of Leave Blackshear 9:>0 a ra Leave Live Oak. 2:15 a. m
( .' have Lake 3:110.. m
FAMILY MEDICINE IN THEWORLD. Syphilis,' of five 'eu''f.ta'tding; and was Leave Je&sup 1:00 p m Leave Baldwin! 6to.a.m i

It La. beee _a with'-II wvvdnrfal saceeea <. .B cured enlirly will* "Swift'ypliilific Spe Leave Mclntosh .c" 3.00 p m Arrive at JaekionviKe. 7:50"1:1 Cila
"....... a14. -U far CHAMP CHOLI1LA. DLAIiKIICEA.NTERY . cific. WM: R. & T.-W. HOOPER. Arrive at Savannah 5.40 p m 00 Mail and Fzprew Traic Sleeping Cars runtb"'Ulb
l"f I II'IiI and all BOWEL CO3IPIJUNT8" i. TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC .C031PAN5", I WESTERN DIVISION. tn and from Jacksonville and .'). vmnnah; also eho

'I sI. d4red M -f aa7dy -f- at..e ......II.AS Proprietors, Atlanta; Ga. Leave Dnpont (:Sundays:;: ex'd.. ) at. (C;00 a m Jacksonville, Lneas Sleeptnc and Tallahawiee Cars run. through to and from P.O. ] {

1 rt t, STOOD THE TEST OF 40 YEARS' CONSTANTUSE Sold by JNO. L. CLAY. Ftrnandina.- Leave Valdosta ."u .-.. 8:17am FEC A.NDIX.EXIJRESS (Daily.) no :15-i

a IN ALL COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES. Call Fir a copy of the "Young Jlcn's | Leave Qaitman. :' *"* ,.. 9-45 a m 1..J..hoDville......._ ............1I:15&.m
aril ,Pli i Friend. 24-2rn . 12.00pro Am. KIdwra. :::30 p. m
rI 1. KECOJOIENDED br nnld a.IDMIOBane... Leave TlioftusvUIe 2:30 p m Arrive Icrcarulina. p. IB
I '1r [I"I 1 1d tens M...._ of Pl9" .pn..... Werk.8IIe... m4 :N'VER. T S Leave Camilla ''" S:2 OpmVrrfve Leave Femandina.10:8O a. m .
7 es, tiane la Ueepitala-Ia-1Ibort. bl ETmbMr C C> : Leave l:20p. m .',
'. Rrfcer: who hM enr at... it trial Albany *..: s 7:15 p m Arrive Jacluoniilie......... ............ 2:34 p. m
d ( ALL WILI NOW C01 E. 'AND, HAVE Leave Albany 6.:io a m ,
IS WITHOUT A RIVAL AS A,LINIMENT. Leave Camilla *" .. 9:49I1m'!! Faiwwigen for Fernandas and Cedar Key taks
YOUR SOLES PAVED BrA I II j th's train. No train from Baldwin to Cedar Key on
DI hOTld ahrar- be wd ear Fata U tile Back;: toad SUe, I Arrive at Thomasrille f ItO: a m SandayConnretii,
,' Mtbgay .....pat+...-* r.\4/'t1I all on.ef BndMIIo : '.Lean Thomasville ". 1.45am < at Baldwin wish A. G. W I.T. R. R,
t l l ... f7rIns, He..T. Ban. 8r'srie o eta .REY .LDS'; Leave Quitman .. .' S;:}Spm '.: from Cedar Keys.n J On...TiIie, at Lake(1t1'it II
( ,u> hCIa. IIIId Itatl JIliN I Leave Va1diJSta' iil11J m .. and points Worth an4 west ; at Ja4uell'!
lie Ell y babe reset it aka. n eeld.t tie. sad 8LOO Remember the soles yon have been tr dingoa. Arrive tit Dupcnt ** 730prr. tale with 8t John Kiwr tl'aJ1tr\1.

i iii < ,Mid fmn IM. obtaload 3 from all c1rqpICLto .an besared-CliCJip for Cash. J S. TYao.%3laster It f Transportation. i i1LS.IIAINESV I I MMUT.T. H.of Tril VcELROT.! .p

;* 1 Ilia, s! \I is & SON, Providence, ,R. 1.Proprietors.. i Second street, between ,Cent and Alaclitsa -. t !,,I 'w 31. DVIDSOJf. r al
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