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: July 9, 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: VID00038
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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Express. -The Beach Hotel company are death until bis uncle, with whom he Cooke a machines, whom they abused ;,

now agitating a project for constructing . was at work left for home, and passing terribly. Mayor Stark interfered, "

V. 181. a street railway to the beach through the field came upon his and with mob much from difficulty attacking preventedthe until the

I and in our opinion should be encouraged lifeless body. The fluid seems to in Even
Frlcct young man was placed jail. K!

................12.00 in tbe project. Centre have struck him on the head tearing under Mr. Stark't protection he h

..tio...,...................... 1.00.aO street is broad enough to admit oi his hat to atoms and hurling it several rtce: \'cclleveral severe blows beforehe

the ahtcriber'i. p.pel a railway from the beach direct to feet away, aud passing down his left way confined. The mob then congregated
before the nubscnplion w1
front of Mr.
:
the depot. The right men are at the side and leg. The passage! of the ,in corner Centie Wimberly'sresidence and Third 2 :

;: ]head of this enterprise and we may current was marked by a strip about streets, and were with difficulty pre

one...lcaertioatL00 confidently expect to see it Buccetts- two int-hen wide, the entire length of vented from effecting an entrance, DRY GOOD .
.
.bo rata will be
: .by the e Quarter MX 1 tully f carried oul. his body, from which the skin was indulging in many threats and clamoring -
for the incarceration of the
IIt per lice for each and New Sprlt.g and Summer Goods completely( torn. Goods Sold at Pi a ; ". -
Wimberlys. They were not quieted ,
Paul Funked New York His death is sad blow to his fund !
offers a
store ....
STANDARD !
until Mr.\ Ellerman placed the PRINTS.jruC colort. ',
[ ltd large block ol Clothing Dry who have the sympathy of a young GIXOaAXSBltachrd ...._.....................__.
parents mm in jail, and even then threatenedto and Brown Cotton...............Si .
I "* EXP KM are closed Goods Bouts and Shoes at strictly large circle of friends. burn down the jail and lynch the JEANS.......................... ......_ :;
Advertisers will New York cost His new supplier I y . prisoners. Qentt and Ladie HOSE.SPECIAL.................. ,

fESfare themeelve.eeoordisglp every steamer will guarantee a superior The City Case.
In of their threat BARGAil
selectionIt consequence ..
Judge Westcott rendered the decision the two military companies ot this : ;
SUMMER SUITS which are worth regularly$10.00,1I offer!
of Amelia Lodge. will no doubt be a pleasant in the case of the city of Fer- city were ordered out and Goyernor Custom made SUITS...................................__..
: be held on Monday Bloxham ordered the Jacksonville aBE
at TJO o'clock .bwp: piece ol information for many of our nandina, reversing the decision of
are -*'*'" !in"ted LightInfantry over here. The companies
F. SCOTT, W. M. reade-s to learn that the Post office Hon. J. M. Brker, and granting a remained under arms until SURE TO GAL

BIL (department: : has made an offer to the I: judgment of ouster to the elected officials Tuesday evening, when all was quiet.

ELold. 28, B. A. M., steamer Flora to continue the mail and against the appointed We were sorry to see so large an I BEG TO GALL ATTENTIONJ3COrS

lUh at 7K o'clock route as; (lag as Kings Ferry. This government. The decision plonoun- amount of lawlessness displayed by an.d S
Invited to attend the colored men and women. The :
route we regard a* indispensable to ces the fact under which the charter c ,KDON'T
difficulty was of no significanc what- ] '
FORGET TO EXAMINE THE COST P
a, FL Hour. the dweller along t.h" river and are of Feuundina was dissolved, and a ever until rendered so by the mob. -

ritesare. : A. M. to 6.00: p. glad to see Gell.James so willingto provisional municipality created unconstitutional It is pleasant to know that a few of Paul Funke's New Yo: t rlrl

Registered Hand from Letters 2.00 respond to the. petitions oi our and void This reinstalls the colored men exerted themselves! BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE:

c citizen:: what i is known as the Haley to re.-tore order.
Several 01! the ring leaders were rThe Only ACounter
ERY MAIL.

-Our entire editorial this! government and puts the city back HEW ATTR.ACTION. {
daily at 10:25 A M. space arrested, and held for appearance at in Pt rna ,

5:00: P M. week is occupied with an account, upon its old basis. We trust that the next tern of court. P. S.-Every customer purchasing $10.00 worth of goods will receive a. a,
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of Savannah iucluddiug the latest. nets before the government will so acquit -- present. DOBBUlYSWI

....... .}.10*>0 A.id going to press, of the attempt to itself! l as to meet the approbation of i WrV1r1fiTI I "CI !li"lFW R.. S

Railroaa- assatinate President Gal field. We I all good citizens. IIrBODI 1fOBES
........ 4.00; p.m i. .
......... 8.45; a.m : do not deem an appology for thus The Attempted Asuasslnntion!! of -FOR-

.........4:00: p.m i monopolizing space necessary! ns wedo President Garfield. PICKLING 1 H. P. GRAY & CO, Proprietors.
..... .. ...5.00: p.m not doubt that the article will 1'e The news of the attempted assassination Preserving

River- read with interest by a large: majority oi President Garfield was GRATE BARS, T>ABBIT METAL
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a. m. 5:00 p. m
;-. a. m. 5:00: p. m of our country reader, who do not received in this city on Saturday

A.M to 11:30 PJt enjoy, the the advantages of a daily afternoon last, and filled the entire ORDERS left will at be the filled store by of Angel Window Weights, :BAIt mON,

Hill MarL- paper. community with prolound horror. W. F .
at 2.30; P M. SCOTT.
at 8:00: A u. -Among the passengers on the All, regardless: oi party; united in IRON RAILING GIS PIP(

Western Texas! this week, were Capt bitter condemnation of the artaud, in Xolicc. I .

8:00: A. M. and Mrs King who left. for the Islands wishes fur his ircoveiy. Prayerswere The firm of. 8ANBORN & IIOYT h.ts Lumber Trucks, Y t I
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2:30 I NAILS
at : p. M. this thy been .ii.,slJlnd 'by mutual consent
Sat'days 9:00: A.M. of Bermuda, via New York, to bf offered in the churches on Sunday FredV.. lloyt is authorized to settle in -

)' absent of months. The \last t for bid welfare, and were the firm's name, all debts due to a d I b\ CORN MILLS
a couple! BOLTS NU
da.MPS at 2.30: P. M. the said firm. ,
RIDDKLL.; P. M. Captain i is paying: a visit to his: childhood responded( to by a ieryeitl Amen. SAMJOIIX: : & IIOYT. I --'_< _C; ::::: I

i. home, which he has not seen for The news from Washington was Fernandina, May 31st. 18::11. Washeis,&c.,&c. __ I Syrup Kettld

:laity twenty years. During their absence eagerly sought after and when it was I steal! continue business in the same BAY STREET BRUNSWICK

M. Commis the editor of this journal, will take ascertained that the physicians were line as that formerly d.ne.by the same firm. ,

A. of Equali charge of their business and will be hopeful} expressions of lhankiulliie W. A. SA.VBORN

115.- the purpose of pleased to serve their customer were heard____ou all. .side.-. CHEAPER"A Thing; of THAN Beauty PUYSICINS u a Joy Forever-BILLS, I IRON AND BRASS S CASTINGS OF HDEM t

1881. The store is well clocked with everything Our New Quarters. What is it? Something prepared for women -

V t Counter in their line, and the prices are only, and used by them exclusively Drill "Worlc a Specialty. '
This number of the EXPRESS 1 is It is adapted especially to cases where the
Yerk Store l low. womb is disordered, and will cure all irregularities

faq ; ui arrived on -Mr. A. B. Noyi's store w a issued from a epic-span new offices of the "menses" or "monthly J"'CTS :FI. E: C E: :JV: -
G one in which we have plenty of room courses, by restoring discharge whether -
v.J ing Loud *truck by lightning during last Sat I. acute or chronic, in every instance.
to swing a cat by the tail, should Bradfield's Female Rcgulator"Womnn's
five pjt>*engei i<*. til days storm, but fortunately sustained that delectable exercise ever provnecessary. e Best Friend" is prepared by Dr. J. Brad- THE LARGEST STOCKFUMNIT

Counter no injury. The building wan: field Atlanta, Ga., and sold by JNO. L.
1 Our old quarters became CLAY, Fernandina. 29
i YOKIC STORE struck on South-east!! corner, from
entirely too small and we concluded

companies ex- which a tea bricks were knocked, to go up higher where we have morelight Private School.

1'V full dress uni the current apparently passing moro air, more room, and hope MRS. R. E. ALEXANDER will open a Private -
i: through the building to the first floor School in the Baptist church on the I
L L1 evening last, to find more: inspiration, and- more 16th of May, and respectfully solicits Ii
and nut:. the back door. Persona in i
htfully peas I I money. Our friends will now findus liberal share of patronage.; Tuition mod- EVER BROUGHT
the building felt the shock severely, crate. Apply at the Baptist Church between -
lit and many ol them were completely in the second story of Angel's:! conCrete the hours of 8 A. M. and 1 P. M. n a

.. < %:: Goods building recently occupied by A:
stunned for an iiibtant. A jug in the City Scrip for Sale.
NA Paul Funku1*I the Nassau: LLht:: Artillery, and A.: , .
hanJeof Mr. C. A. Noyes was broken Parties in need of City Scrip can obtain la:rv.V .I.Is
though we are little inaccessible
and he was t-everdy shocked but a more the same at market price by applying to t ;
lelurned by reason of a flight of J. F. LOHM/NS,
boon recovered. : the 23- LARG]
A.though store Third :Street.: A
: vacation in stairs! yet. the labor of climbing the
I
was. lull at the t.ime.
no one was injured.
brought back dizzy height will be amply rewardedby Do you suffer with neuralgia or head-

than he took a broad, expansive view of the ach 7 If so take be reliev I GE TERAL
". ,f -Mr. C. B. Roberts representingthe city and harbor at all times ed. Every bottle guaranteed to give s.uis-:
a delightful ; fiction if taken according to directions r; :k
ltll Alachn; Agricultural Assoc a- breeze and a hearty welcome Sold by all Druggists.Notice \

at Paul i tton, left on toe steamer Western We also hope that the flight of
Texas on with to City Tax Payers.
Thursday two carloads stairs will not deter delinquents fro m
of watermellons. The action I am now ready to receive the taxes on
coming as w<* promise to make
[ t'r lint of the up real and -tf
personal assessed for the
of MeMis.. Mullory: & Co. in furnish, property
Texas on her! their visit pleasant for them and year Ib80. for the city of Fernandina. All -'
I Extract the names lug pa !-age to and from New Yorkto will be pleased to give them a souvenir property on which the taxes remain un- ;;
pleasant of paid on June 1st 1881, will be advertised J3UA&NJI t._;
I s of theoffend Annie Winch Agents shipper is"ery com in the shape of a neatly printed and sold. W. F. SCOTT; ,
i mendable and is evidence that their 24-4 Tax Collector of Nassau County.Crates .
who will i receipt. .... aCiaii dw, i
its ; P
|i BC- line, at at any rate, is endeayoriogto
the so- the moun The EXPRESS was issued weekly Crates I WARRANTED BEST
to the do the lair thing by truckman. Prlee* rdnoc
without intermission, from its old A large lot of Vegetable Crates in
I
in
|lireieuI'Rit i the- The Alachua Association has thus quarters for nearly four and shooks for sale. Apply to amiWorks ,. i
'
Slipper! years A. B. NOYES
in far shipped four car loads of met ,
-
.'cured prices! which ions to. move was like parting with an old 23-tf Fernandina,Fla. : Christians .
- Office: 23 S. BeavJIIKPO
} friend, but the advantages of the
&La. York Store. Twinkle, twinkle, little star! and office
new were too great to be over- OAPT JAMES TUCKER
sul0 by light tbe way of yonder pedestrian to .
looked.
..., 1S9.ntlrers. of this city are Horse & COd Drug store to buy HARBOR MASTER.
elve8 with fine a bottle of Cousten Lightning Lin-
The Fernandina Riot. -0-
}s,andunkiu's Slarbuck and i ment to cure his rheumatism lame
block and i back, etc Price 50 cent For bait The festivities of the Fourth in $Office: At Clay's Drug Store.-! dJ & i14ts'y
1 |
nave by Horsey & Co. this city were marred hy a most inexcusable r ,
d ew beautiful snow-J 1
tv t f -_.-ee .- nnd tihameful display of Testimonial! ll .
tt i : a present to j Notice. brutish A inn s, GA., December 8. 1871. Are receiving IMMENS
fi 1 Col Gas, oij: For the next two month the editor passions: on the part of the A lew nights since, I pave my son one
colored citizen which dose of Worm Oil, and the
filled ourItrf'et. next day he SPRINGMEN'S ,
Fernaudiua'| of the EXPRESS can be found at I ., with passed sixteen large worms. At the same II t t;
riotuons
a mob
;d enough for ; King's r.torecorner Centre and Third I : of fiends time I gave one dose to ciy little girl, four 4
incarnate and created years old and she passed -six: AND YOUTl '
.. immense ex worms, ..
ION ... streets, wh re parties having business from four t? fifteen inches loo. S
citement. The entire trouble orig.? ii
W. F. Pnu.I.n> .
Shirt with the paper will please call. 33 inated s.
in a bar-room free fight
style for II ..
between s several white and Notice.
men a lot
A Fatal
Lightning Stroke.-Instantaneous -
A full and col
Stock
YORK STORE Death. of negroes. The surging mass of SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE. I WILL complete ; I!:
to the lion. H. J. Baker, County -
due Mr. P. I. During the severe thunder dorm yelling, Uruggling madmen rushed Judge, in and for Nassau County and SUMML ,
from the barroom on to the final accounts and for
streets my apply letters of
LND, of a lot of very which prevailed on Saturday afternoon and continued their pugilistic sport dismisiion from the Estate of Wm. Win-

l rt.pical raised; on his last, William Ambrose eldestson until interfered with by policeman gate, late of said county, deceased. SWISS TARLATANS : '

[Tobacco aunt to, are remark of Mr. J. W. Roper of this city Wimberley who attempted to arrest May, 1881. 2-tf JOHN OWENS Executor., VICTORIA, "

luiiilroad, are considered met a tragic death by a stroke oi Levi Young, apparently the ring

fey ie arc Allan-the varieties of) lightning. The young man, aged I ed lender.a revolver Young with resisted.and which be brandish.threatened Mithcn! Mothtrt! Sothcrt ! c C3_ s. 1::,

the large about fourteen, who we learn was& I to shoot, and wa Are y>i disturbed at nizht and brokenof B..S. g !D Sl1t'm
encouragedand
t Railroad brought in lad of bright. promise, was engagedin i I I assisted! by the crowd to such your rest by a sick child suffering and
quick and crying with the excruciating paiu of cutting
rkets iutus is making farm assisting in the erection of a au extent that Mr. Wimberley felt teeth?. If so, go at once and J get ,a !ia I'u

building on his father's place, about obliged to call on several by standers bottle of 51RS. WINSLOW SOOTHING ty Our Improved Dollar Shirt i .' "
w settlers to aid in enforci the Jaw. The SYRUP. U will relieve the poor little
six miles from this g
with a cold city, on the main sufferer immediately-depend it
melee then became upon BLEACHED and BROWN
: Honey land. During an intermission of the general, and in there is no mistake about. There is not a ,,;' .
"What i is it ?" the midst! of it Young was shot in mother on earth who has ever used it, Fruit of Loom, 10 cents a yard.!
aq it will P. rain, which fell in torrents, be started the hip, cut twice, and otherwise con- \{ who will not.tell you at once that it .will splendid Stan ia t ,: r

lIe for home acrjM au open field, aud siderably battered. At this stage !I t, regulate the boweb, and give rest to the GTWe are agents for Devlin & Co* , !
hy.a
given 'N&ets "replied t had traversed but half the distance tbe negroes became furious and mother and relief and health to the child, pies now ready. :2oO Styles-sixty of ;
; Down converted ;,. operating like magic. It i is perfectly safe *
aid vHircJ hi, when overtaken by the deadly! m\' -8- our qnif town into a bed to use in all cases, end pleasant to the tasteand A visit to our Establishment
lam. They chase to all who had is the .
gave prescription ot one ot the oldest -
we are CHEAPEST
House ;
For ale 1 from MAin ,
m.ODc diva,Pit, by t-IIJ"-. !Hev.* tt.tm4y 1 .ilone at tbe lore called upon by Mr. Wimberly lied best female physicians and nurses: inthe .
time: and nothing was known of his'I and succeeded if.: Mr. United Suites. Sold everywhere, 25.l''iew"' v&f'C
capturing
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I L LI + ;ndina Express R. M. HENDERSON. PATENTsl i!:, [G & 1.1.I. T. RIR.jj R.To -


luke /'ett Jlarch 16. 1831.
: J JJJ obtained for new inventions, or (for improvement -

in old ones. Ca\eats Infringements GOI O :,OCTIl. ulXG .NORTH.yg .

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT Trade- Iarks. and all patent business No1.- No. 2

attended to.INVENTIONS. ST.l.TIS. S'1'A'IONS. -----I
THAT HAVE BEEN .Iftil Ii :Mail_ .j

Fiidiii REJECTED{ may still, in most cases be Ar'v1tv'e __ Ar'vL've

JJ : :: I1cxrido Patented by us. Being; opposite the U. S. FernnnJ1na,.. 'A.M 1030 I Cedu Key... \.M.: 6;
I1"rt' Roaf1.. 1ttS I14' ROA..wood....
IMIIntffice., and being eng i<;e I in PA. 6SJ 6:54:
CaIlian...... 12:1t12i 7:43
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UNDERTAKER TEN I BUSINESS::; EXCLIMVELY. we Dulton.. . ... 120112:1:; >1: 8:22: ss
can secure patents in less time than: those BrandT Br'ch.. 1:06: 1:111 o'tncre..r".j. 8:00: 8:51:
-- who are remote from Washington.When Baldwin,.... .1:! 1 :. .. 9:11 9:11 \Tc
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<1l1e. 2:1512:15 ArrrCdondo. ,
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FIFTH ST.. FERNANDINA, FLA inventors send model or sketch. LawtP\....... 2:52: 2:5-IO"il1uvllle.: ... 9:43: fr:24 9:46: ''Ii
we make search in the Patent Office, and 'fempl...... .. 3:101: 3:10 I I'al..."........,10:: 1O:3:
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advise i's! charge Starke. 3:16, 3IS n. ,10:511: 10:5'4Thuretou
j. A. WHITNEY Editor & Publisher.T7.fcLi.fcc.3VCS i as to patent-ability/ ,..... 3:31'1 3:3.: .5taJk........... 11:1u 11:11: I
CorresponJe. cecontidential ; fees re.i30n'Iblc -- Walolo. ... ..... ::1:511 3f l 'Tempi, '.... ... 11:1: : 11:11
: : ROBES METALLIC C'Asts ; and NO CHARGE: UNLESS:: PATENT Uainellvdle... 4:411&I: ; IAwt<'y.. .. 11:3:1: 11:31
jr V BURIAL COFFiNS AisD CA !SK LTSTelegiapic I;:, OBTAINED. Arredo1ldo,.. 5:02, 5:03k: I I njfe.! ..... :ill 1iG
attended to Batton. .. .,. : & 5I3hBal..win.! .. .....12:35: 12:15
orders promptly. We refer by permission to the City Archer....... 5:35: 5:36i Braudy B'c 1:11 11114FOflE400.
'v -0--- .4. 28-tf. I Postmaster, and the Supprintendent in .......... 6:03: 6U4 Dutt.u..i.S 1:11;: $2.00i
: ; the Post Office Money Order Division of Ott..rcreek,.. 6i-1: 511: CaiiaFu.n..1:5.. 2u3Roewoocl. :
..... 1:33 7H: Road. .. 2:118 2:59:
?as a i"' **.".fV| Washington. For special referenceeirc
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8:15: P.\I. .
,.' e1Iiotl I Cedar Key Fernndic 3to l'){ !'!!I
Ityoaareawnnr .t If yooa-wa ar, terms, &c., address PENISCLA1I R. R.
dayrecently or i&t..nedb1thoItraiI1It
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Tho.B BeAavertisii.Methllm o t Stat 0 0rt .your o'ltiM>u'iu."I..Ul.oidStimuIaiiUand :..-- man tcriit I..e.I..u. .tw<.)!:1.:'..:'oterniian ". to ttauu'I rc-' OPP )site Patent Office Washington C. A. SNOW.; D. C Waldo.S"nlJFe............. 1'.M'4OOi 4:3f4:3ti' : ,Orange Lochloo.a Li4ke.....' .y.\!\ 7:4.8:10. I

: Hop &i ter:>. .. wiu-v;, u>. hop B. Hawlhome... !. :::.10 1 6:10 I1tw horLe..1 9\151: 9IiiLochlo'.t.:35
E from In- 1:51': 4nti ...... : 9:45
srlTenn any
and
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wouldn't ,
fioiuS.tters.
be Mt\KSlltforin .
i or uluitle' r >'! .
a1L1t or 1..Il..b DC011 a b..t II f I.e&- UlLUKRTE. PilM.Late I'ruini! So 1 and 2 diily between FernanJIni
erousVes- lieu poorb fiy. o" Hop!!;;; Patents. and Baldwin ami daily "* ..pl Sundivs Sooih uf
Cbnuniysioner of
_. jiiMindii die D'wb.eer U..wio.4os.3. and 4 leave Cedar ; \
TVhOdtcr ytmti Key dally except '
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of ywti lt.vl : 8.indiyNov.. 5 :and 6
many us.i .- or Kidney I Lhnnwlir an.l Siturday: LADIT1IAT
,) eedIcIPpITtl yu r",.py4tw4 T.tOfl.;11"-&* thT.& llttK: >'t 1 l q\\\ m'ry]: 1iWJ I- I D.E. MAXWELL, Mii-t.
etiu l ,
iKeii prei <
It1t'T.ttt' I FEHXAXDISA & HN.
lax or timely iicabf } I JACLSOXVILLE R\ILIUHD.
,
: a without iiifuxioitmff ''I \J1 I
i ing bird i h an I take. Hop sk HopBlttersK ..; Q To take tffu. t Wednesday, A. M, .\pnI25 1 h, KM.
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? ) Bitters.Ba !': -JISTM Train No.7 going( Sunn wil! leave F..rnandm&It. .
Ioodyand Sanky One Copy One Year, ... ... 82,00 frpsia yon IcldHtlorurtNai ' -- -- ---- D. I. C. Leave Hart's Itoul at...........I.III"Jil! i> A.\I A. W1IKR1
..filling but the cage ., SKom.. ."."' Ia ..u aboIute. P.: CATC t :: :r.A :J, AT'lye at Jacksonville at. ................lioQpilt:
l1t, 'H.! Foni taking up a eollucJTveland One Copy, Six IVIontlis: 1.00 I the..fomue'i.koirtU. 6 ooA' T, HHOPNEVEP :!Itiki hlo "ti Irre,4tTI-r o for .t Wi'ncy-td-Law an !I [ Itvworarn > R" 'IIlIt4keIIflrSS of ,, uul Foreign! Patent UIlr.'a(08I................I.r.h'u.! PM!
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Plain Dealer. One Copy, Three IVIontlis: ..soEXPEESS You will, tit. m 0!tobaccoornareulica. 412: FIFTH STREEI, WASHINGTON' D. D. riive at Jaeksonlie..7>' .' I'.M a. W COO
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GOING NOItT1LTr&n
JIpe.troit;' Free Press euedIryouue Hop Bitters : : ITIR I [ J)\ \CTICEpaint law in alt Its brinehs th.- No. S wiU leave JuckbonvilU at...2 45: r.st
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,. man prais- ADD&EU. THE FERNANDINA :; .SoMbydmgCireular. Patent "fflcp. ani in the Supr-me and Circuit Li've llart'a Koaij at............... .......4.UO) P.M COCKfOfrtlc8
JOlter milk The ..u.L.. "". "otfuro""flrlwd.t1'1 ourt'' of the United States. Pamphlet sent freo on Arrive at .Fernaodaa..4.J. p'lt
as a beverage. ,1yweafld . ;
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'Way to get at his true views is to REIIXAXDINA, FLORIDA. [ j nopBrmna at.. .......... .. .... -..... ...................8.3DA.M:e
aveyour FAIL I H'PU CO. Ie"e 11. I.It..1 ........ ........... ...9.45! ".:If
aek him; out to diink.-Boston Post. t tI life. It has t Boe\oeoterlI.Y. Ane .1 Feman'lino ... ..... ... .......10.2U: *.M
I saved hun RICE PLANTATION FOR SALE.Tho Br7Doubie Trains Ihnlv
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dreds. 11. k.:. MAXWtLL. -
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A New York man has been craZed! FREE BOOKS TO SUBSCRIBERS

by rum and milk. One of the very i Following Farms. situatedon Con.n.ec't1.0D.s.: '

worst thing a man can do is to mix -0- PAUL the Great SutiU.i! Hiver. thirty miles AT J'EIX\ \-STE.UtUl.S: !> CITY

from :St. Andrew's Sound, are offered for OF AUSTIN, CITY OF 1)\LI.A! D WAL1

drinks. He should have stuck to Having made arrangements to club the FERNANDINA EXFRESS with sale! at very low rates : WESTERN: TEXAS. FennandlWatclJ

plain rum.-Xorristown Herald.A FUNKE'S'J ONE RICE PLANTATION, containing From New V..rt.! .\V idnf.d.iv, 10:30..m.
WEEKLY COMMERCIAL that will Inrnihh From l"'ew Vurk.
tin!? CINCINNATI we announce we u.mks. The ludny. 3lttp.m:
:51t:' acres, ICO acres under For X'Mol. X I...
Now JSunday. January I0ttandev !
now book "Can she atone ? the* Fernandina and the Cincinnati Weekly barn and
says Expnss Commt'cia1.1 ill !)f'IIvcIIIClils onsist ol a 1 lare; >-rytwo week- theretftir.MKMEI .

lA more important question to the a large, 8-page, OG-coluran Family Newspaper, one year, ib $3.00. and laborers houses all in l good lepiir.: I : n. it. PLANT.; --

rnai. lying yo'ing man i is, "Can she will give as si prize to each yearly subscriber under this clubbing; arrangement TERKANDINA. FIA. the ONE"Ashley RICE Place.PLANTATION'* containing 130 known acres as, From Brunswick l mnbcriand and oi::!lPoint.or Koute. h nn.lWest

ake one brook he select from the following famous I this ), Second Stre.J
? or "Can t!>he sew on shiitXoiriflown I uny may : -0---- 59 acres tinder cultivation year. For Br-nswkk and ail poinlf Xoiib ana

ttOI1S ? I works-postage paid and flee of all cost-the books being Haiper's I ONE RICE PLANTATION: known as"Memphrul's "-.. .Daily. "
Herald. i.
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Island 470 acres. :Splendid: STEAMEKS FLORIDA :Hlld CITY OFin1IDFETON.
Editions unabridged beautifully printed on good : m CLOTHING WatclD'
I'he paper, paper nuH i kite. -
publication of weather pro- I : 4
covers: ONE COTTON PLANTATION, containing Sea IsUivl. Haute. -"
lilies has its advantages. The I 1. "Jane Eyre," the famous novel which made Charlotte Br nte's DRY COODS, 422 acres. This place contains a From Savannah": ......1 uesd iv, Tiu-s: ! t For ond.r.: Wednfs-liy, Friday! IEPAII1Lt
who reads borrowed house.
a new pan tame. larife dwelling _
S'l'E.\E311: ST. JOHNS. guaral'-

| the morning finds out when I 2. "The Days of Pompeii," Bulwer's historical romance of unversal: BOOTS AND SHOES For further particulars:JNO. A. WHITNEY address, SunJa From ivannah'. and Charleston..WednesAiy. and

ulJ borrow at: umbrella.-Pic- popularity, the most fascinating of his productions. HATS AND CAPS. Ff-nandina Fh. For ) Monday an J Friday

3. "John Halifax, Gentleman," Mws Mulock's masterpeice; a storyof STEAMER FLORA. pinbetween
--0- I From St. Marys River LanJiiiKS, Wednesday and
the sorrows and triumphs associated with low births andiron

]flI w York Chmaman has the fortune. Having just purchased, in New York Savannah, Fla., & Western R. R For We Iniliy.
L; notice, which we give :ac, a large and well assorted stock below
4. "The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, the work that I GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE ) AT BAMIWIN -
the revision "To trust. I cost 1 am prepared to retail: ai wholesale For Jadsonvi:1c: ,Tallaluu'ee and Live rinb.f _
jio : gave Chailes Dickens his celebrity; the most numerous and WA-NXAii. M.IJ21.1881.: ] J fOX Oak. (.I PC
i. To bast is Hades. N prices which will I AND At'TERSUNUAV. 3I.l\ 2st : an.l 12:40 -- -
I ] always the most popular of his books. Trains on this Road \\-ill run From.Jacksonville,ruilnhassee.....and Live I:50anll2.29 Oak \ _

no bust. No bust, nc 57'Tlie History of a Crime." By Victor Hugo.rJ1tle terrible narrative Defy Competition. ns'ollows: AT GAINESVILLE.Stage .

Boston Post.Mitchell by the French poet, novelist and historian of the Crimeof Leave: Savannah daily at 1:20 p m !! L'ne! for Ocula and Tampa: arrive Monday 11Je 1-
Wedn"' anil! Fn,1. .
d.iy :
I 3.40: .
Leave in ij- .
; Jes-up p ,
Ind., is watch Louis Napoleon in strangling the liberties of his country. -0- Le \'. Tebcauvi1lc .. 5.3:(' p in Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa, leaves Tuesday

: 6. "Henry EI:IDond." A novel. By Wm. M\ Thackeray-themsto!! I Arrive- at Call.lhL1lb.i1y 7:41 p m Thursday and Ss8turday. CerW. _ _
[ and those I AT CEDAR KEY.
I amp, person artistic, popular and characteristic of the works ot the wisest Great reduction in Arrive at Jacks.nuille daily 8:40: p m TIlEa ).1ILLPa.

've tbg tramp any. Leave Jackson illc daily 7:3.: u m For PC ,isaeolu. ...............Monday und Friday -
novelist of this time. 8:42 For Penxco'.i'! ................. and
ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. Leave: Call ih.m d.iily : n m Monday FriJi/ :
IC
'i beast, "Eothen." By Alexander \Villiam Kin lake One of the most I Arrive at Tebeauville daily 11:10 a m STEAMERS CLINTON AND MORttAV.For .

to gel narratives written' full of Arrive at Je 12:; ;; ui New .. .Frif-y ti r'
7 charming ever ; pen-pictures of life in I -0- up p From :New Oi!:.- ns. .Sa.ursJay

: the East including admirable accounts personal experiences Arrive at Savannah daily: JJ.lK p m (o'r'nI }Ii\aaniand Key West...............Kndiy ,
Best Calica Prints : Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick For Key: Wentanl: lluvim.Siitarday
: tec I in Egypt and the Holy Laud. ,I I t ke this train, arriving at Bruns- FLOfl0.lLY"A .\ :MAIL hfEAAI-: 'It

8. "Journal of the ,Plague in London. By Daniel Defoe, author I wick C.OOpm. SUIT'S CO.'S STEAMERS.:

of "Robinson Crusoe." The true history by one of the most Ii i 5 TO 6 GTS PER YARD. I i Passengers leave Brunswick at 9.30 a m., For Key We t and Tami'4... .mJay and Thursday WAnd no 1
I
ariving at Savannah at 3.0': ') p m.
L distinguished writers in our language, of the mysterious and -0- i Passengers fur Darien take this train. I __

awful visitation of the Plague to England. I I Passengers leaving Macon at 7.00) ) a. m. I 1CKN VfLLE, PE SACOLA
J
I Best Ginghams < \Slt: :MO'JILE !R11I.KOAD- ,
;I II Ii ;: (dailj icl'ding Sunday) connect at Jessup j
9.c.Poems of WonUworth. Chosen and edited Matthew ;
by with! this tram for Florida. On :llI.I 'r Va 2. 18"1.Tra na on this rout *ilt _

I Arnold. The most popular and select edition of the works IO CTS PER YARD. I Passengers troui Florida l hy this train |. run daily! >xi.cp; Surday noijio) nt WEST.follows: :

i ;, ; of one of England's greatest: poets, whose writings owe their -0--- connect at Jessm with train arriving in j I.IIITo Leave LAKE We.:horn CITY..........U.COpM Horn TheIU
Macon at 7:50: p. m. daily. j
celebrity largely to the excellent understanding they displayof Leave lIou !on..l.I'\: p "
Drawing Room Cars daily between Sa- : .'\riv" LIVt.OUt.: ....... ... 2.00m
the sentiment and scenery of country life. Gents Clothing: and furnishing goods at vann ih and Jl\ck$ Leave l u't,". 2.48 F :M '_J prom
K&ONVILLE EXPRESS. !
1 ,Three volumes "English Men of Letters" [in one]. 1. Robert : ; Ltave EUi' ile. SJOPM

:'; ;; 2 Oliver Goldsmith. 3. John Bunyan. Of these volumes j [ ( P Leave Leave Savannah Jesup daily daily 10 2::'M.10 I p a m m : Leave Leave Madison OreonTille............. 4.45 5.45 p pit x

_t is by Principal Shairp. the second by William Black, the 10MJ8ICES. 'I Leave Tebeaavilfe daily: 4.;35; a m lave Leave \uoilia tin! ....... &(xlOrx.4'lpw< : Si.I

_t novrlis, and third by James A. Froude, tie distinguished Arrive at Callahan: : daily 7:1111 in I.cire \.ntlo.llo............. J.Jap a
6-10 .... .. ........
Arrive at Jacksonville daily : a m Leave Lloyd's 7.15FM _
r D, No more charming book than these three nmvelous biomake I Arrive Live Oak daily l0.4a m Leave Cbatrrs.. 7.40.PM
4i at
All other goods at minimum Arrive at rAti.AiiAS-: ..... $,2I P >> C.u
modern
up has been issued in times. I Leave Live Oak Daily 2..W p ra leave Tdtlahaesee.... ...... t.O'II:: _

: [be seen that these books comprise a wide range and striking PRICES TO SUIT THE i Leave Jacksonville daily 5:ij p m L ave M .J""y............ .... 934PMKttiveQumcy :
i d.ul. h ti ?.; ...10.2'\ it
: Leave Callahan ; p m Vf ill le Tti -
i>f the most brilliant and pleasing productions of modern au- I TIMES I Arrive at Tebeavillo: daily l IIW> p m Arrive Ix>ave Mount CUATTA ilpasant..11.14 RI..aa..11110.II> PM ata.m._ _ _ _

yding Novels Travels, Biography and History-BO that nil I Arrive tit Jesup
IJt consulted and each subscriber will b embarrassed: only I AT I Arrive at Savannah daily. 2:00 a in ( and Saturday
Palace Carson this tiaia Leave TAtLAR&lSaa! .. 9.00 Jt
duly A
Sleeping : and aUh '
i thea of the. variety selecting his favorite book for a FREE !between :Savannah and Jacksonville! Ch.ll'- Lenv Wakatln.... 10.10 A HAmveatMT.
PAUL FUNKE'SNEW MAli ........10.3..11
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[ons payable in advance, and the Free Prize Book must:; bee Jucksonuille.No .ot cars between Savannah and Lave Leave Chatta.*:hat'.ihoocltce River., ..... 4.39am 4.3iam '
change FROM: -
is subscribed for. L. a\"I' Mt. Plfusa-.t. S.IS
time the YORK STORE a m
paper bIE.&lI
I Jacksonville and Macon and Jacksonville.Passengers Leave Quifcy.. 5.52am
I hen copies of the Cincinnati Weekly Commercial may be leaving Macon 73t;: p ni tonned L-ave Mi.(war.. 6.41am
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Tallauiieiie
al Jesup with train for Florida daily. Arrive 7.3u ra
I ddressing M. HALMEAD & Co., Proprietor ComwercialI Fernandma, Fla., Leave Tallahiw-ee .. 800amLeave
P.CI<> Iroui Florida by this train con- 'It
: engers Ccairen'.... S 4-1 AIT: made wll
lib I and free specimen cppies of the Express can be ob- 1 ___ _ h ncct: at Jesup with train arriving at MaCOn Leave Lioj.r 9.08am Mark all! .

JNO. A. WHITNEY Fernandina Fh. I 4 7.0.3; a ra dai'y.' Leave Monti'-ello........... 9.I,0.n nandinai f .
[essing TRADE _ :
= Leave Dr.ftoa; .. ... .. .... 9.45am
;;r -- Passengers from Savannah for Gaines- ,, L-aveAuciHa. :...... ...I'M') urn c __
5 '" = 'Ville,Cekir Keys and Florida Transit Ki>:jd If.are Orapnvi it>.l".Wam
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t, ____ __- Idke tln- train. Lei.. < MJl.II"4IU.. .11.41 amEiavt'lc or the :H
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E&.. Pi..a ugers! trom Savannan for Madison, .. ..12.5.1pm will find I .u? '
tot L22 :
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hAy -5--- Mounc'.l.o, Tallahassee and Quincy take MTV aI I IereO.c.: l.lOi. m a grand

F- DAVIS' l .r. fi. tliis iraiu. I 1.1' \.. L.v# 0.. ...... ....... t.1. P v11,1L4.J Cant.
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r :i ,, Mouucello<< i! and Madison take ibis train Lakei ity. 3.41pm

: : r- VEGETABLE GOOD REASONS F'ai ii THE DOCTOR'S meeting cars ot Tebsauvi-! ; U.lOp in. I I Ooiso EA T-ST. MAIM MTISIOIT.Tue _
ALBANY KPPRESs. .
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Leave Si\auJ. daily 45 p mIxii I'Leave "r. Uirltj! .. 1.OSpm:
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Le-ive Wako ... ,
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I PAIN KILLER VYV h'tve fur :wilve. month!* !been prescribing ve Ji3siip lilly pill A rive at 111.tt.piFe.! ....... I..pmCrECTIOi:5.
Lnvc I'ebe >:vi.daily II..;) P UI
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; ("swift's Svphi'i! ; tipttiSc") in : :! : .
the treatment orS>'pliiiis an-l rainy oiacrdiseases L..ivt IMP >.it d t iy 11:i.> p m B th fait nd Wrat bmia t'lin m..lOt at Live
for which it is rroJml1\lc'wl and Arrive a.. t 1"11'>.n?isi ille, B).WJ a inrnvt O.k .i.nl .n.'eol with i4j train on ::J. F. &: W. &.
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the results hive ben mom isfictory, P.. ,
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III Internal and External Use A.rn.- \II.LU: dully e: .i., ..midaily MCurare. '
noi : iisipi.iin'el' in SIIIZIeinstinCe. -KWitti te m.r Reb
I I hiving $:C1 M > ca ET-nnghum" every
I I Is SURE CURE for all the Diseases for *Ud\ > H burf rec.'imesi.J, \Vt- think lor all .li-f;ws it i ii: 14.l.i.. ltinuti.rd.iity..it. : bl: : ol' ''i.tzI .I.. ur.. -v, t> pichi: t, flu.. anil every Bitur- __

: I It ALWAYS PERFECTLY SAFE b the buds rferen recomtuendeit l tl) rnre it st:m'ls witiiout; apeer &. : \ fuolild.viJlc at '. ,.{ S: ** |p atAtme day I oni lur.Tts v 'with unihua M.'ii a ..er.an.l"G.Eaf Uuuby nla.Jordan"":a. ev "t1lI________._

: _______ ______ tin mott ImqHftoctd yenm.It and that all the mt'dicd profcsioawill live .U Tebeiiavilla Dupoat da1)1:4.: : 4:1): ,;.')a uAi I Sunday 'nAtjucaiciiieola.. Fla. and every Ice.tia ry.- short if____{ 'ri ___
sooner or later be forced to acknowledge ally am I \ f>' OiumMnal: ; Eii'iii..1e.Conneot .
5 IIS to B nr and qw.kk remedy for COUGHS. SORB Ar.i ivc at Jessap C:25 a m at t.ak" ,ity with -rams ou F' THROAT CHUJ. and rimOcr tremble*: affords <..*.! ntftfA It in the treitment of Syphilis, as a I I R.. lrft" d for Jnckonvil.: and St. ftiver, 13-
t tiII 0 <. ( ...* M&9Ilr. ct DIPHTHERIA and to the but ftMp.t41/.1JII. N L tAr.LuwAy MJD. Arrive at Savaun daily at !9'i a In I I P'ulI..haoS } k *wa rc- djr for BJIEUaiATiaai and NBIJ .1AIA. J. T Kujtixvns, :U.! DTLANT s-k-epn airs run tu.ougli bitwteii: &i- .ViLLUJI o. AMES,

I :' .%, GA. i!.ty Z!. 179. vtnnut and AlUrtny nod .Ja..<..3t)4\'il": r and !I Ger.t!;A! P MOST WIDELY KNOWS}
OLDEST BEST AND .
"4" THE
I ir .- One of ,our workmen-li( ill"] I b id cst' orS. .'St,.,.g u.-ry xi.iily i'no ': ..la.igev _.

I I I I I -- p FAMILY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. .} philis, ffive. )ear:'" .IIilling.! ,1",1.W. oS .. .tCljOIi.Iuan u ii y win PaSbeugtr ; Tj? LO tIi, k CiWTKAl.CIIASTGE iUILRO.\D.

I : It baa keen -.e4 with each wraderftal noe Mfe .. cnrevl eniiriv: with ":"Swilr >yp lihtic Spe- t4ils" >j<,.ii ways oa: soulUw >trnt OF1 SCHEDTTLE.i. .
(: fart. tf 0. world tor CRAMPS CHOLERA. DIARBHCEA: cific.1' "W u & TV.. 1I00.'i :f. tlflr.id <> and 11'0.nI..i.COD, liulanla,
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MDlgailll'ry: iNew etc. '
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I HAS STOOD THE TEST OF 4O lE RS' CONSTANT :Sold: ly ..J2O.0' :-I. iY, Ft-n. tcuk-61 t .&columbui every: : J uesday and reaelwil.mn a i lollops: sp.
Bait
I I iI iIr USE IN ALL COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES. Call fr a cop fit 1 'tilt "Youa M -ns' toiiuruayLUoe We4i.
Friend. GO : connection Jacksonville: daily J, klo'lvt ]Ie. ...a.fai 8li a. III Arriving 8-00 p. n
tt b RECOMMEMDXD br PkyaicUaa 1IIR'9It"1i-. -t 2m. Wni 8 U311M'. 8:53": .". 1:25"* To,Mi.c .
( mt VtmatmOomt. Welt.SUr- -- -'--- _.-- -...:-: SiZ.1ll1)i: excepted) for Urt-cn Cove cprlng! B,' .-wt" .. 9:30" 0:45Drrtyvie : "

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7I 4 ftut hu.er gtnm tt .VIaL l.1njai: ; ins toe bt JouaV River. : "' ..,1 1r.:41. : .. l.tI> .. Address

I j _ _ _" _________________ IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL AS A' UNIMENT. ALL WILL N07 COME AND '1IAVE- ,| Trains on D. and A. R. R. leave j aactioa, O'wee.;\C; 'orrW! .. 1't.i l\"U :: 4:4 4n":: ,
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