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: July 16, 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: VID00039
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 Tbe innmph Shirt then called who felt agrieved gracing auma1 clan be kept within the li
Express. on any ; thin 017,slept IB a LOUM,ibcd or yard, _

"Su erbr'ut quality and style for tl by the ordinance to express their t akin dirt and U acca&alatLnu k<*|>( ounatanty vf clean imADur and'cad Eros fmtn from offsaive -

I only, worth 12: at views 1 j and nxfavaiUiy vdort; and any penoa violating t :
8A.TPRDAY. JULY 16.! 1881._ PAUL F JNltt 8 NEW YORK STORE i I the pruTlalon oC this acetiaa shall upon oooTicUori -
Mrs Brindle said that she was bears the'M yor'i Court be in u out u. stn i 4g-
-"tag'tea dalUn-.n.-half of Mid Sea to .o te.Marshal r"a.- .
subscription prices .
A batchelor suffering with a cold eater iotormer and the other half .
One copy erne year,to.dvanoa...............JitOOOne : htndt-d dose born and raised in Fernaudmu. and (Ho tai UM or ot alty.S -
wait ot Coussetm'
copy,iris month. in alraoee.. 1.00 a Honey that neither Democratic He- j .o. :X 'N. bone male Asa, but, steer, eoV,
One copy,three months in Advance........... .50 of Tar by his h'uler. "What is it P" nor bog Tat ot other cattle shah lie allowed togas NE"2d!
The X will be pl*<*A on the suhecrihAr's: papa publican Council had refused to recognize at lrt. .t any time within the limit of the i
he ked. "Elixir Asthmatic' it will
three a>
coLwctttive numbers before the subscription coy aud the owner or Deeper ot any such aaiffl.l
eZl'lrel! I i make you feel five dotlan for each animal eo found at latyc. ., -M
Itateb of AdvertUlrKt "You are a very termatic.." Down was also a native of the city) as citizens Sic.L It iball be tbe duty of the Murahal er of
One square of I line or lets,one tnia'&aon.41.00 !; went of Tar and cured his. any policeman to impound any and all such '
Each additional inaetttab......... ........... .60 Honey ; and entiled to all tbe privileges animal* to fovnd going at large, and to keep the DR'! GOODS
A literal 4wucttouJom the above rates will b. 1 cough. Price 50c. For sale by aIDe safety. laponndea until the penalty afereraid
made with ih,.* who advertise by tbe quarter els Horny & Co. until the prevent Council was placedin and all coats, char,.,. and expanses aa heieiiuflCT ,
month or ,ear. j pro1dedOp'her with the cost of adTer&ittnglf
Editorial Notices five eenU per line for each and j New Spring and Summer Goods power any shall be paid. If any animal to'impounded I Goods Sold at Price
every ineertlon. j shall not be claimed aDd redeemed by owner or I r
j Paul Ftiuke's New York store offers Mr. Jack Spot said he and his keeper thereof within two Unao is I STAXDARb PRI1rTS,fact eolor...... w '

its block of wife natives and taken up,the JIaribal iball adTeitita: the same for GISQHAMS............................. 81 t
Notice large Clothing; Dry were every Mayorand ale bv potting three writun or printed notices of Bleached And Brown Cotton...............8 8 to I IJEANS..f
T1:.forts.rthe FEUtAVDiKA Eararu are closed Goods Boots and Shoes at strictly Council for the last aid aftle-on* at the gate ot Uie raid city p..'nad, ................ 15c. a i'Q,
twenty years one at the Pc.tomoe.nd one at the door of the tlty Gattt an6Ladies'aosa;;:............... 10c.| cAS .r f J'r
Advertiser win New His _
Friday at 10 o'clock. cost Lisa, coiuecaiiT
on morning York new supplies by for not 1 than nv. day pr-
please take notice and themselves accordingly bad allowed and his family the ,iou to said aale. On the day named,fur aaid
Rorern steamer will
.very guarantee a superior sale union the animal so adTertwvd hall hare SPECIAL BARGAINS IN C
selection city. been previously redeemed the Marshal haU sell

Ula.onle. the said animal at public auction to the highest S&M3TER ........... ..
Mrs. Brindle said she lived with a which are worth renlarl; $10.00,1 offer for :: a
A retrtilsr communication of Amelia Lodge Twinkle, twinkle, little tar, and !lAdder tor cash and the pay amount over the ot" the proceeds 01 afore-sandWeafter VUstom 1,ode SUITS...................................__................... ,
I deducting penalty
!io.47, F. ft: A. M,Till be held on Monday but honest family of white!
light the way yonder pedestrian to poor peo- aid and all oo U, charge and fee far taking,
11th at 7:90 o'clock sharp.t ..
evening July and the E.
keeping advertising ceiling to City
who bad treated her withrtwpect
'' Transient brethren are fraternally Invited Horsey & COM Drug store to buy ple always Treasurer, within vi hour after such aale,- aid h a Y 4'

to A.attrci.W.LoBMixy,&a. W. F. SCOTT W.fill M. a bottle of Consseii!* Lightning Lin- and she bad tried to repay over proceed le the to owner be held of by the She aid Treasurer animal oa to the be eider paid $E SURE TO CALL

went to cure: his rheumatism, lame them in milk but she felt unable to of Council.
CHAPTER NO. 21, K. A. M., back etc Pi ice 50 cents. For salt Sac. I, The be*(or taking, keeping advertising; I BEG TO CALL A TI'ENTlON"TOE300FS
NASSAU give enough now to ( av her board, ancl..mol any animal M aforesaid. iiall- be a*"' .-
Regular Hth at 7Jf o'clock by Horsey & Co. lows:
Tranuent Companions meeting July fraternally tnYit.ed to attend ._ as she would be deprived oi the priv- Fur Impounding...........................25 Cent an.d S
- For feeding bone or mule per day.........40 Cents
J. Atkins Notice.' ilege of going out of her room She for hurled cat le,except goau cheep and hogs parday. DON'T FORGET TO THE COST
METHODIST 4th CHURCH-Re Centre. Preaching pastor.Residence ....................0.............20 cents I. EXAMINE
at 11 a.m.,on and 1:15 street p. m. near Sunday richoo. 4:30: .,..m."ra"r : For the next two months the editorof regretted it very much as the familywas For gnu sheep and bogs per day........10 Cents
each Wednesday evening at 8U. for posting notices of sale ...............35 CentSforaell i Paul Funke's New Yo'
meeting the ExraEfs" can be found at entirely dependent upon her and a:each animal...................3ft Cents
eic. 8. The Marshal shall keep a record of all animals BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
Poat Office 110 fly.. Kill '14 store, corner Centre and Third Mrs. Pided, the only cow boarders impounded,fully descriUug such animals, together -
with the name of owner it known.'Jie date of "
Office Xfouj1.-From 8:00: A. M. to 8:00: p. streets, where parties having business! they had, lor a support and they impoundment the uitw of redemption or 1&..,the NEW ATTBACTION.c{ ; 8in01
M. Money Orders and Registered Letters ana.ty fees, costs and charges due, the amount '
with the paper will please!'! call. 33 would now have to put up with received from bale and the amount paid ever to the
from 8:00 A.U. to 1:00 P. M. ; and from 2:00it :
. City Treasurer an abstrao of which record from
M to 3:30: P. M. ,. short> rations. eacn preceding\ month certified under oath he shill P. S.-Every customer purchasing 10.00 worth ot goods will rece
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN MAIL. Settled Up. jib witn the Cuy Clerk ou tbe first of every month. present.
Mr. William Boar said he could Sao. 7. Wolhing contained in this Ordinance
2orthcrn.Hail-Arrivcs daily at 10:25: : A M. A uood.) officer should be the prideof shall be ao ct-nutruid aa to prohibit or prevent cows
Closes 5:00>>: r M. see no reason for complaint, as it was or other auioiaistorn being driveu through the {'
Extra Mail for Points North of Savannah the county, and many citizens i street* It ia charge ef a competent driver t a noted fact that his family!! who, from ""tn nom the a view 10 bring them into or
onlyCloses.- Nassau will doubtless swell witha take ci y.&KC. .
. .. ., .......... ... .10:00: A.M since the time of Noah, had been .11. That all ordinances or parts of ordinances
Cedar Keys and Transit Railroad- glow of patriotic pride on a peru conflicting vita tins ordinance are hereby repealed. H. P. GRAY & CO. Proprietors.
to root for Ordinance 1UL
compelled living 8th
Arrives ..... .. ....... ..... ... 4:00: p.ra sal of the following certificates. At a were passed July C. V. HILLTKB,

Closes..... .. .... .. ..... ..... 8:45: a.m now not even allowed that privilege, Pre ldea&of Council. I BARS METAL
West Florida any rate, we take pleasure in publishing Attest: GRATE RABBIT ,
but were led on swill -etc. and kept Wn. F. Woo,JR. Clerk.
Arrives . . ..... . .. .....4:00 p.m them, and congratulate Nassau Approved July tttb, ,1811.City I
Closes . .. . .. ... . .. .5.OOp.mJacksonville : in sickly pens which wa the cause .<4 C. A.HALET,Mayor. 8d3 mON ,
Window Weights
Rirer- upon poses! ,ing so efficient and ,
and St. John's
of a deal of( sickness the fam- --
Arrives. . . . .10:25: 1\. m. 500p. m prompt a collector. The accounts! great AN OILD1NANGE 1f
Closes . .I0.-00a.rn. 5:00; p. m ily. Even the Israelites had I f
were closed some time since, and To AMEND AK ORDIHANCB IN Hb.LATlON IRON RAILING
Sunday hours from 10.30.A.,3[.to 11:30 P.M back on them and refused to recognize TO AKIMAI ,-APPBOVEOjuly.8tb. 1091.: :
the late date of the certificates is
,<;t. Maiy't and 1'+adcr't IliUMulArrivcs their rights. He !thought the Be it ordaiued by the Mayor and City Council of ,
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p M. evidence of tardiness. the city: 01 femandina I
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: AM. animals had better say: nothing and t>1C. 1. That Section Two of aid> ordinance Lumber Tracks, NAILS
O0 OFFICE ) amenued in napes to the Minis that jwrt of th' ,I
St. Mary's, Go., tnfy- State of Florida V make the best of circuiUKUncp*. dt> O l.m which tbe nan animai.4 aba. be ex-.u ...d
so that they shad be,*ladr.i iroui ai th. part... ..
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00: A. M. Tallahassee, July 8, 1881. ) Old Mrs. Grumble considered Mi. the city which It bounded a*loliors. vii:: UQ the CORN MilLS, BOLTSfNUTS
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. I, William D. Harnes, Comptroller ot North Ly Callahan s rtrt,on the East by llth street, t {, fkM
41 Wedn'edays and St'daUOO! : A. M. Public Accounts of the State of Florida, Bo-ir a nuisance Sue,: hud! lived ou the the South: by Cedar street. That all said an. "lei
liuax named in section: 2 shad be excluded mom Washers,&c.,&c. Syrup Kettles.
Closes TutlkiilJ'lIund Wednesdays, do certify that Warren F. Scott,
hereby with iM-ai-litish and the diavict. a above bounded a>set forth in said
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. M. Collector of Revenue for the County of an family: oraiaauoe;

l SAMUEL RIUUELL. P. }I. Nassau,has settled in full all claims against kinder-hearted people were never roar OTideJ for however' that milch COWl kept by cit BAY STREET,, BRUNSWICK:, GAleOHiiBemCllSIlliGSOriRYDESCRIPIOIN
milklug purposes may a.lowed to mass
him on account of the assessment! for known. They treated all kindly, in any part of said city, without incurring any o(
Eighteen Hundred and Eighty ((1880.) the penalties prescribed in said ordinance.
TOWN TALK. W. D. BARNES provided they paid for their living, SEC.?. That section seven of an "Ordinance in
reiatiou to Animals approved July 8th, 1181," be 0 [
-The front of Mr. Swann's block, Comptroller. and did not go grunting about the amended soae to read as follows, vis:
Btc. 7. Nothing in this ordinance shall be so con-
corner Centre and Fourth streets, is CLERK'S OFFICE streets. She wall in favor of requesting .trued aa to permit the twang up and impounding
Of animals. by any person or persons other than \lill: Work Specialty,
Nassau County Florida. ly3D'I'
receiving a new coat of paint.. } the Mayor and Council to re- the luebal or police, nor shah .DYlb'or therein
July 6th, 1881. hi so construed as to prevent the driving of cow
The Three Cent Counter I, J. A. Edwards, Clerk of the Circuit peal the law on the ground that it and other animals through the streets in charge of "
Court of Nassau County, and also County wa not .a uniform of city N competent driver for the purpose of iupenning orpasturing .:EI.'E: c: E] :I: 'V EI: :>
i if at Paul Funke's' New York Store system such anmulaPaned
Auditor do hereby certify that WarrenF. lit reading July 13th, 18(1.
The cook of the barque Mi ram Scott, Collector of Revenue for the government. Dogs, chicken, fleas, PUlled 2nd reading 13th.: 1881.

was! a victim of licut-stroke; on Saturday county of Nassau, has settled of in full all geese, ticks, sand dies and mosquitoes July Adopted 13th, 11181.Atce.t O. 8. OAKES Pres. of Council. THE LARGEST STOCK OFFTJMNXTUME
claims against him on account assessment ..
: F. Wooo, Jr., City Clerk.
la&t. lIe was! engaged in the for the year Eighteen Hundred all did nothing as .long as theywere Approved July U,1881.
and Eighty ((1180.:! ) but other 34 C. A.HALEY Mayor.
on the street
galley at the time, and the heat {from J. A. EmVAlIDS, worry .

the stovo added to the heat of the Count Clerk and Auditor of Nassau Co. citizens; and as (for cats, why every City Tax Notice.The .

weather over clime him. Port phYRul ----. newspaper, even tbe kiudhiarledJffrror Tax Payers of the city of Feroaadlna are
A Complicated Government. hereby no&IIIo,4 that I will open my books for the -
; \.; Dr. Starbuek, wins called: } and i had complained of them.I .- collection of City Taxes assessed for the year 1MO, .f
We who flattfivd ourselves that ai toy om.e in the Postoffice Building;, on the lith
lie I'l'coyercli.wilhuut ,*eri..un uj iry. Yet these are allowed the freedom of day July 1881. WM. F.WOOD, Jm., EVER BR9irrjlT TO FEAIDINA

the decision ol tin- Supreme Court I the city, while we poor hard-worked City Tax Collector.

The Three Cent Counter had detliiiilelv and finally: settled the horses and hard milked cows who Private School. -o-

difficulties of the Fcrnaudina city disturb no one except when worried MRS. R E. ALEXANDER will open a Pri- ALSOA v

-A humoi'ou corieiKMidfiit| ) furnishes goyernmeiit, find ourselves wofully by that greatest' of all nuisancesa vate School in the Baptist church on the

i us with an account! of a cattle: mistaken. multiplyand 16th of May, and respectfully solicits
Complications 13 or 14 years old boy who never liberal share of patronage. Tuition mod-

convention held in this city recently, discussion* of the 'legally of misses a chance of putting a dog erate. Apply at the Baptist Church between LARGE STOCK OF

in which the various domestic animals the hours ot 8 A. M. and 1 P. M. ,
certain acts are the common subjectof
after us, and then if we harm anyone

boldly express their! disapprobation conversation. The Common it is duly by our efforts to get City Scrip for Sale.
: of the cattle oidiiiancc., They Council its last weeks meeting;
at out of the way. For my part I think Parties in need of City Scrip-can obtain

have Lad their day, and we arc now acted and accepted the resignation the same at market price by applying to
should be
upon all the and men keptup "
boys J. F. LOITM.'XN '
: X1 lYU1\ s oc\c
hiving OUI'tI.Spring of Turner Duling which 25- Third Street. ,
and we, who are of some-service
and Summer Goodsat created in the marshal
a vacancy to both man and vegetation, allowedto
New York cost, at Paul Funke's and tax-collector'* office, which vacancy She that Do you suffer with neuralgia or head- W. ASecond- S
at thought
New York Store run ach? If so take Neuralgia and be relieved. -tf S
they proceeded to fill py appointing cats are the only animals that are Every bottle guaranteed to gin astir

-We are again under obligation ad interim, R. L. De ifield nuisances, for every night when she Sold faction by if all taken Druggists.Notice according. to directions- -:

to Mr. Couitcr\ this time for a mam- Mul\halllIlIl: ), Mr. W. F. Wood Jr., retired 'after a hard trip carrying her I S66 tat AW "i ,,',

moth watermelon. It was undoubtedly tax-collector. The question, is now master to the beach, she was k pt to City Tax Payers.I I _

the largest we have yet !!l. nand raised as to the legality of such appointments awake by her neighbor's cat squalling am now ready to receive the taxes on WARJUITED BEST MO cwt t. should I nity ever try,o .

sweet as it was large. real and assessed for the what yo Fi ;
was as These are elective offices peisonal property .
on the shed! which was enoughto I only yq
1880 for the city of Fernandina. All iiiiiIhiGsmLm
We wrestled with it long and earn and it is claimed that they can year i treat
make any one go mad. property on which the taxes remain un-

estly and finally vanquished it at only be filled by an election by the Whereupon Mr. and Mrs. Tom and on June lat 1881, will be advertised Works : Christiana, Lancaster Co. _
sold. W. F. SCOTT:
tbo eleventh hour. We are now people. Council has also elected Cat, and all the,-other'highly 24-4 Tax Collector of Nassau County., Office: 23 S. Beaver St.York Pa. t

ready to wrestle with another mon Capt. C. J. West berg as harbor master encensed and threatened to j _

ster. Bring tbem along. and will probably proceed to break up the meeting.Mr. I Crates Crates IIVIPORTA gyp.
I A large lot of Vegetable Crates in 1
Sew AttractionThe elect a port physician. The Constitutionality
Lamb a influential citzenquieled -
very shocks for sale. Apply to
three cent counter at PaulFunke's ol the act empoweringthe them by saving.that the I A. B. NOTES, .V

.- New York Store. Governor to appoint' these of- meeting, would be conetrned. "in tos.tlot'aud 23-tf Fernandina Fla. J] &

-We take pleasure in directing' ficers hay never been pabsed upon bya the* militia j would be t called- 4':'rt n

i the attention ot our readers to the J court and consequently should not out I Testimonials, J' r' ,t d
advised them to cease wrangling: /r-j 1. ,'- fi r
advertisement of Mr. S. L. Swords,] be questioned. The result of the and,offered the following resolution ATHENS, GA., December 9,1.977.,; Are. receiving IMMENSE ad {r m' t cPWpr a ,,m r
f A since I .
Jew nights gave myjson one t. ; <
found elsewhere in this Usue. Mr. \ complications will be! an expensive whit:w.II:unanimously adopted f ya"WHRUASr I dose of Worm Oil. and the next flay he' SPRING. [ .

Swords has been engaged ;painting!: i: context for authority which will tendto It is oar misfortuneto 1 passed sixteen large worms. At the same
time I dose to little ttr n ,
eave one my ; girl,,(our.
metal roofs. foj t S. A. Swann, and \ deplete the public treasury. be compelled by circumstances to yean old, and she passed eighty-six worms, MEN'S AND YOUTH'

his: . from four) fifteen Inches long. t' %r. *'.
Mr. Paul Foukewith patent water j .
dwell this island be it resolved .'" '
i upon \ "ttW&P1'.Pm1.J.o8 ;' .\
and fire proof'paint, and we under Called Convention of Complain a.. .. "J 'r. ,' .':. !.-4:..: t-:1.; /:,
Cattle. that we, as good citizens will abide a' JT'
J J-
stand has given satisfaction.: His Notice.L % t. # ., +
by the law, but at the next election '

f>amt is specially adapted to paint Editor Fernandina Fqru.Thr .:- will show our minds by our votes. SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE;I WILL A full and complete tock

log .the bottoms of boats, as it renders cattle and pigs having heardof to the Hon. H. J.Baker.County r ;,
WILLIAM GOAT, Judge in and for Nassau County; and )
the action of tbe
them entirely waterproof. He recent Secretary.BKJLBWBLL my final accounts and apply for letters of

guarantees all his work.. Call on city; Council depriving them of the .a dissmie lion from rthe Estate of Wrd.-wm;
late of said deceased : -
him while be. is here rights of free American citizensall -PCLSHAM=Harrted'on the gate IJ.-f ,JOHN; oWENS, \v' 4'yF, { t I

J Itoots! Shoes Slippers ( of them being native born) bypassing Hr.13th J.of Bruwell July. 1881 and, by Miss Rev.Mina J. Atkibs Pul-!, May3.188L84-tf" : il Executor; >'; t" 'VICTOR 4; 13:

Great reduction in prices!! which an ordinance I prohibiting shan. I Itk ,

deft com eUon at them tbe pleasure of' promenading l1T..tb ! IotkUs!.!! !: .. i'-; .Lr I

Paul FunkVs-New York Store.... the beautiful streets of Fernandinawere For Sale. Are you dislorbed at nigh and; broken, .8U' .la'-,.I ,

One pair wheels!, 4 feet 8 inches high 4 of your rest by. a sick child suflerinff and '
The City council has advertisedfor loath to believe that such an !Inches the 1 inch and : ft'.i.i .. Ii'
on tread % axle crying.with tbd excrudaUng >pah* ol,cnt- 'SI:_ c3
bids for, repairing the shell road amiable Mayor and, Council couldbe 10 inch box. Apply toJ. ting teeth' If so,=go at once: 'and !eta; 8 e

from the foot of Centre street to, tbe guilty of to great cruelty to animals 34 .Fernandina E. GULLET.Fla.:, bottle SYRUP.fe of MRS wffl WINSLOW'S telierEtb6'poorAlittle SOOTHING ;. w- UrbproYed"DoUar- Sh: ; ,"q.

beach, but as received. no, So a meeting was held near sufferer' immediately d' upon it, i BLEACHED BRO ,
bids, tbe 1afor;_oct. commit and AN ORDINANCE there is no mistake about. There is oat mmother. tix yarn/x/ ;4 j .
Mr. Mr. John
Lawley'a factory; Fruit of Loom 10 cents i!
tee have been ;d to make honfth.' who bail ever:used 'It;I a
ssible. They Ball was 'called'to the chair and la lUUtioa to Admata'B. who will not &tell : at onci that it swill ., .pliDdict S ,; {j_);
the best arrangeaienls { It OiMnn IT n. KATOB in Crrr Concn. I .you .. i 4,,
offering twenty-five cents a load Mr. William! Goat requested to act .o.ra Cm..FumnaSBCTIO I regulate the bowels and give rest. to the I Imt'lther.d ,tarWe are agents for Perpk :;,;; ,I''i' -
are 1. flat It shall net t. bwfhl >IIr MTperaoa relief an : ea1& the child now ready.'200 Styles-i : I ,.; l 1
in cash. The intentions are to have aa Secretary. On motion of Mr. te keep any bog wtttla the llKlu of this 'I operating Hke'tnagic"ltis- perfectly safe .., .. " i:

the road: thoroughly repaired, and Ram all ,classes of animals were admitted city tad tunit a.tpenoe shall opom k.epte8.ey eoavicttom .beg thereof within btfontb tk euld to-use In aft cases and pleasant to the taste A visit'to oar Eat&bt>sbment''' si F{, ,[,'f'',. I'';,

only the best quality of gbt'Ui11 be to a vote as this is a free ."e,.'."'-' .tie!..*..*man tlua Tea dot- and is the prescription of one of the oldest we_ are the CHEAPEST ROOM ;, '...
commendable act and its humblest citizen is Ian_ -bale of Mid b4 to fro U th* XanhjU nether and best female physicians and ,purses InI :i
used. Another country ] iafcmMr- iid tM other ell a the awe III:
; t the United States. Sold enr'where.' 25 New York Office ,,'
the Council. It. entitled to be beard. The Chairman' U. city. I : ;
ou part, of Sic. .I-Ir.,kon.,atria steer .r aw. goat w any cents a kettle. - W Walker gtreet. New T'C;
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,'ail'+I Iv a hl'I' ndina ., Express. R. M. HENDERSON, I I PATENTS t, G. & W. itTiu I.; R

i, 1.-..1.... r take street 1IaTd It 18S1.
"' 1'i'I ., obtained for new inventions, or for im-

a ,!II u aai provements in old ones. Caveats Infringements OOh G 80CTll. -GAORT1:

''I Ph'y' ht-BUBLISIl ED WEEKLY 2' AT a : :. Trade-Harks, and all patent business - - -T No L-,----tl tlND.- 2.

I .. .. ..... .r attended to.INVENTIONS. STATION S.l+! :\ ST.\IO .
THAT HAVE BEEN il.1, S'\-\1\ i :

i Fl REJECTED may still, in most cases, be Ar'v--I LV'ed; I 1 Ar'Fernandina L'veI

aid c1a.. Patented by us. Being opposite the U. S. ... A.1I ,10:30'' Cedn Key,...'\.M. 6:15:

1 .\. patent Office, and being engaged' in PA. IIart's Callahan.12:1112:1 Roed. 11:1 1l .'l Roeewood... 6:6J 6:54:
otrercreek... .
rugN N '. :j j0 ; . UNDERTAKERFIFTH TENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY:; we flatten...... 12Sni12:5II: Bronson... .., ::)
l lu la ) 1 can secure patents in less time than those Brandy Br'ch 1l1fii: 1:11f! { Archer.... .. : 1
-- who are remote from Washington.When Baldwin..... 1:?8, 1otB8UUIl.! ....... 8:12\8:1\ :
.g ST FERNANDINA\ Maxville..... 2:1; : n--l51, Are.Joudl, "
.. '. . .. :.
inventors send model or sketch
L wt we make search in the Patent Office, and Temple'.t! 3:10: 3IOiIWahlu..,..... IU:3210.37
4r..' advise ifs \\ clwrgeCorrespondel.ceconf1l.1entiaf Starke........ 3i81Tnurt, .n..... 10:;>S 10:58
to patent-ability free of
as 3:11\1
Irv d, JNO. A. WHITIVEYEditorr& Publisher. Thurslon,.... 3:3" ''Stuku.,.. ..... 11:10 11:11
"" Before; the ... ,, ROBESMETALLIC CASES ; fees reasonable Waldo....... 3:51.: ::M Templl"".,, ... 11:1 11:11:
J..,. '. ;) '; " : :" BURIAL and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Oalnl"sville... 4:4014:43 LaWtey.. ..
w __ r I J... -'. ......,. . COFFINS CASKETS ; 11:33 11:3"Arredoodo :
and then he "" ,I... .. ",,. AND IS OBTAINED. ?.. :O'I 5:03: Yanille": .... 12:10 1:1:10
'. n .. Telegrapic orders promptly attended to We refer by permission to the City Batton:1! 15:1:1: Bald y..ek 123.;; 12: 11>
'l and Wiiidom. 28-t Archer"...... 535 : : br in
-GT1iOThstAaYethSiflMethumi-" '., Postmaster and the Superintendent in Bronson...... 6:031 1 : I IDuttar........ 1:10 1::'
the Post Office Money Order Division of Otto-r C.-.k... 6:43 >:.'"I eailsllan...... 1:58: 2:05:
, , Authorities\ have"gambling For special reference circu ItosewooL.... :33: 7:14{ !Harl'"Rad! ,. 2:58 2:59:
I Washington. ,
'I Cedar Key 8:15 P.M. Fernnndio... 30 P.\:\
and art terms, &c., address R. R..

Lave fc C. A. SXO\V. Waldo.......I P'Ii.foOOf{ ,Orange Lnke..d.f.. .:4S:
arI State
y >> l ,HOE BITTEES: 'opposite Patent Office Washington:! D. C >u''..: 'Loehloo' >a..1 : 8:40:
I the f orcl'- sauIaFe..l.O:: : .! 61; 8ewthnrne... gall\ 9:16: "
Drink.) : > 4,51 antaFe..... \I.w 9:46:
(A Medicine Dee. / "
Waldo...... .\Io:151&6I,
CONTAINSHOPS HALBEHT E. Potuca. K7Traln') No. 1 and 2 dilly between Fernindlna
"You can t tIa j BCCIICt :MANDRAKE Late Commisirwner of Patents. and Baldwin, and daily leapt Sundays *bath of
1i..Iwin.|: Nos. 3 and leuve ,
Key dally ex
: horse 0.r.3 cept Sunday No. 5 and 6 Lhursd"y and Saturday
Die i I :3.i1Jly: j fJ .G q .'... ,. .. AWD'tilt rmrsT AND DJl:8TMII: 't'ALQuau'. \TJl ; D.E. MAXWELL, fcupt.FERXANDIKA T}
tpan.eay'8bus LlTTIKS.Tiinnr
} w}{ ::1
there is nme. TER.1\lJS: : s ':" Y CURE
"vyl To take Effect Wednenday, .
A. April 'h. issi.Tiaiu .
rl1. ..t .(.. :. ,. : 1". ,, : !, J AH niieaneiof theStotnnch. ItoWf'l..1'lnocf.; Yo.7 going SoUtH will l leave
,, Tf1.qrrrt ". ..( ",1 Liver Klilnry .and Urinary Organs. Nir- -.- *t. ....... ................. ....11 00 A.X
OICo >Y. D4e' .. ssooOneCopy vouineu,"les.nel..d especially Leave Hart's; Rend .ll.bA.MAriire
ref paraphrases a .. I em ale Complaluts. PAIN, GRAFTON & LADD, Jdcksonnlle.sop M: M

lfom an original con Six IVIonths, 1.00nn"e"Ciiny SIOOO IH COLD. Attorneyi-at-Lau> and SoUHlors of American a-'IriunXo..9 going Sot TH win leave.Fernandm.. 630PM

"it:. shows that !his w.t isIginal "'IIII'e paid for a case they will not ere or" and Foreign Patent. Leave Hart's Road nt....! 05 P.SI *
;;": Three-J\lunths.: .SO help,or for anvtlilnK Impure( or lujunou 412 FIFTH STREET, -WASHINGTON.D. D. rove at Jactonvhle..7 20 P.M
.. . . ... . fuundlu th'm. OO GXORTII.
be .
however might l y... t= Ask, your drnpclec" for li! |" 111ftI'and try PR\CT1CE patent law in all its branches in the Train No.8 will! leave Jacksonvill> i at..2"3 P.M
A ; vxa r fhcm before lOll .I..p l Take u.. otlirr.D 1 Office and in the Supreme and Circuit .
It, I Ii'S sins.-Earl: Garble. = !> :THE ERNANDINA. EXPRESS ---.- Court of the United States. Pamphlet sent free on Leallart'g Arrive at Kernaod Road:na at.........435p'si..00 P.11
1.C.I.toah.o1nteandirrealsftbt! rnr.for of for 41-tc
receipt tamp postage.

.\ Western hun orist who"is courting .. '*" t EBXAXPINA, FLORIDA.. .1.4; Urun$enne...role narcotic of nplttiutuba.wai.3 TramKo..10!.going... ...SOUR... .....1I'11I1..ave..........Jacksnnvillo.. ..830AM"
; J i'4, .'f... .- to. C fCf FS Leave 1ItrteR.taii.t .... .... .. .... .. ......945AM:
a gill named Furlong'says'it'isai ; i gal.;;..JF.B! SttD FOB ClKCCIAKitwra Am. ,. ... ..... ..
/ e at Fern:mil It .10::JO( A.M
..... ...
f ii Lth of a mile' around her waist EBEE- BOOKS TO SUBSCRIBERS 1I..p", M I'Ail.I U..i.old,....h...dnr.-f.\. t...'.T.'ft.. Onl. RICE PLANTATION FOR SALE.The Bc7Iout! Trains 1.. K l M>ai i\XWELL.) Sup" rinteMent.COazaecti0L3.fe.

RocklanJ Courier. He must; J pe- . :
t'rJ Following Farms, situatedon
t tood fellow.-Norristown Jlera1dCanada '. miles AT Fni.'N'AMM.N.\.-:-'\VxlP.-: || .-& CITY:
** :: -0-. PAUL FUNKE'SNow the Great :Satilhi thirty
r: - from St. Andrew's Sound are offered lor OF .\I'-oTIX.: l'1T11(0- !,.\Il.V>, AND

A farmer. dtscoveredla-pit/ ..H' v1n :;d arrangTneDt6| to.cJub} the FERNANDINA: ett1r'r.EXPRE-S withlh"eCiirciNkATi sale at very low rates : ,.. WESTEUX..... .. ... ..TEXAS.. , ..lI
utaining: 500 fkulls. 1\IUA.WI3.Vtj.! ONE RICE PLANTATION, containing Fro X.T '.1 'i! \\ iu -t.I n. h>::JO
I ,, 1b \VEKKLY-CIt'r.IlIIER we announce' that we" will fur- Frog t ,'.i V..ti I ... .. .. . . rndii2:- '>
b<'r'n the site of an ancieDftbeatre, York Store 518 acres 160 acres under banks. The }'Ol'-:;. MU X. I..... .. ... MI.,:'jj, J"hary: lath
:nis { tV"Fyrnanliria. Expr. ss and the Cincinnati i Weekly Cllmm -rcia1.) I improvements consist bf a large barn and and i-v '\ two w i k- ih're.f"i'r.ILMK .

to have had so many: des 1/ eadsfn 1 .. *J largf8-page, 56-column Family Newspaper, one yrar, for 3.00. and laborers' houres all in goo(1 rep lir. :. ,; \ !is II. H. PLANT.

the. uit.-Boston ComnwciaVBoUeHi* 'S, )3iH
111, onebe.ok' he from the following famous cultivation this Wi.t.Daily.
: oj' . mayselect. - 50 acres under) year. Fur. Br-nswuk ana :.l I 1Qt* North ana

OHM: corns talk ? Step on.C l.n tWOiks::?; pot>tage paid and free of all l cost-the books being Harper's ONE RICE Island PLANTATION" 470 known as"Memphred's \\ .."..Daily.STEAMERS .
acres. Splendid FLOUIOA iillll CITY OVBR1DFETOX.
>e-Boston Sunday Tirms. Why Edition unabridged, beautifully printed on good paper, in paper ,. mill site. .

Certainly You shuld';hear,Ke ruf'l. 'Covers. : ONE COTTON PLANTATION, 'containing Sea:! I.I.ind Ilonte.
', " :: Ca "'" \.tt -/'JanaEyre ibeJaniousftjQfel: which made Charlotte Br nte's DRY GOODS 422 acres. This place contains a From&av innah.....Tnwdiy 'rhurs< ay. Saturday
Cob, talk to his soldiers! t1\t\ voice; For ........MondayWetneedayFridaySTEAEMR
fame. large dwelling house.
is somewhat . BOOTS AND SHOES For further address! : ST. JOHNS..
husky '. particulars
hO'Ya'l 2.: Hays! pf Pompeii," Bulvier's historical romance of un'versalpopnlantyj.the JNO. A. WHITNEY From Si van nah and eharkaton..Wedneaday and

cob Strati**, .. I ; most-ascinating of his productions. Fernandin.i! : :Fla. SUII.Jay.For ,. MonAiyand Friday
The rare phenomena of an inverted I 3. "John Halifax, Gentleman Miss\ Mulock's\ ruasterpeice; a story i STEAMER FLORA.
From St. River
."atubow has been observed> at'a' of the,sorrows and triumphs associated with low births and -- Friday.For .Mari Landing Wednesday and

(!ussian tOvn. .*Tbe* ends of the -irbtTfortune. -. Having just purchased, in New York, Savannah, Fla., & Western R. R Wednt River Landings, Sunday and

,'aui.c rc1e..the center of ':winch was f JT4v;!JThe .Posthiftnous! !aperyot. .the Pie 9'ick Club," the work that ; a large: and well assorted stock below GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE ) AT imnwix.

[ gave CI'arlt'sDfck n8 his celebrity the most numerous and i cost, 1 am prepared to retail Wholesale SAvANNAH May. 211881. fOX j :For Jacksonville,Tailahraaee and Live Oi.k.
l Ic bun, rose and moved westward.. .. * alwajs the most popular of his books. ** 1 prices! which will, AND AFTER SUNDAY. May: 21st From JackeonyiILeTattahasee and, Live 1:50 oak and 12:40 :
r i ....
Ith the latter. for some ; ; : '"(' Trains on this Road will run ..l:3oanl12.J 1)<
t.hil'tYti '"
c. ,t 5. HThe, History oRarJrime.; By Victor Hugo. The terrible narrative i as follows: AT GAI ":snU.E.
\\i!lutt'fI, when the :appearance vaned by the French poet, novelist! and historian of the Crime I Defy Leave Savannah daily at li'O p m Stage Line br Ocala and Tampa arnvet Monday
I 3 4a Wednesday and Friday.
i : of Louis Napoleon} in sliaugliiig the liber ies,of his country l -0- Leave Leave Tcbeauville Jessup > "i.t'o: p p m m Stage Line for Ocala and. Tampa, leaves Tuesday

&.''uHetry.Esmoud. ,A novel. By Wm. M Thackeray-the Into! I, Arrive at Callahan daily 7:41 }p m Thursday and Satard.iy.AT
know that there $60- .
))1.1, are CEDAR K(oY.thE..R
you ::. artistic, popular and characteristic of the works 'ot the wisest Great reduction in Arrive at Jacksonville daily H.40! p m .lILLIR.:
000 bullion in the United States Leave Jackson-ille daily 7.35 a m For t'cntl3f'ola..:.tonrl..y und Friday
bed novelist of this.time. ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. Leave Callahan daily 8:42 a m For Pena .Mundiy and IriiUr
y office! and that it cannot: I "Eqthetn.',' By Alexander William Kinglake One of the most' Arrive at Tebeauville: daily 11:10 a n> STEAMERCLINT: )V AM;; :MORG\N." 2

,. bwau-e there is no appropri-j 7 'charming' narratives ever writtm ; full of I pen-pictures of life in -0- Arrive at Jesup 12.-J5: p in Flora lo't.r"W: New OiUnn Orleans. ...(>arurdiiVFr .'

to fit it ? Doesn't this make' the East admirable of Arrive at Savannah daily S!(IIO p m ,'m ]!:ivann.t and Key Weat.Kri.liy f
,1, including accounts personal t'xperienct'sin. : llpst Calica Print, Passengers: from Savannah for Bruns- I For K..y WfHtunl 11"\In., ...... .........Saturday::;
eel poor?-:Xt-w Haven Reg- Egypt and the Holy Land . 1 wick t..Ke this train, arriving at Brun-- l FI.Umn.11 A\".\:-;.\ SI\IL I STKAMMMP'S : -

8. "Jouinai of the Plague in London. By Daniel Def'"e, authorof wick 6:00p.m.: I CO/S STEAMERS.
5 TO 6 OTS PER YARD. leave Brunswick at 9.30
I "Ro inscil Crusoe." The true history of the must Passengers am., For Key We t and T..mpa...31 IIIRY and Thura J ly
complain to liar milkman that arlving lit Savannah at 3.0; <) p m.

p distinguished: writers in our language, of the mysterious and i -0- Passengers! for Darien take this train. I
id not give good' measure ; and 1 awful visitation tho Plague to England. I| Passengers leaving Macon at 7.00 :a. in. 1 ACK: UX VILLE, 1'EXSACOLAit
said it the fault ol her pitch- I' Best Gingham (daily icl'ding Sunday) connect at Jessup AND MOBILE RULROVI-
: was
f 9.c.Poems of W otd-worth. Chosen and edited by Matthew. i' with this train for Florida. I t), surd:aftrr Miy 2. 1841.! Trams on thi curd wilt -

e filled it chalk full always Arnold. The most popular and select edition of the works 10 CTS. PER YARD. Passengers from Florida by this train .I run Uuii;} except dtiuiiaj Goisu) a WFJ'T.* follows: -i-

ttl'cl that it was so. and told awe connect at Jessuo with! train arriving in Leave LAKE CI'1'Y..12.30 P x iI
of of whose writings their
4, one England's greatest poets, I, -(- M&con 7.50 daily. [ Leave WeItru..... ..... .... ...i.20 r M
Ice' truth all at : p. m. Leave Il"ii_fon..1..J1: I
the at celebrity largely to the excellent understanding they display between I p M
Room Cars daily Savannah
Drawing -I Arl LIOK .. ... '.'.UO p MIxareAne 1f
kin. of the sentiment. and scenery of'country life. Gents; Clothing and furnishing goods at and Jacksonville. t Oak.. ...........; M .
I Leave 1'
i 10. Three volumes : Men ofLrtters" 1. Robes JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. 2.48m
"English jn one] ; LeantE'lard: e .. .aJiipw
halt. 100,000 in Leave Savannah daily 10:30 p in Lena Mulidon..... 4.15 pitLearp
k 'the oth..r : Burns. 2 Oliver: Goldsmith.' 3. John Bunyan. Of tliet.e volumes WHOLESALE! [ PRICES. Leave Jesup daily 2:40 a m : GrwiiTiile. 5.1.')PM

day: i tlu'jfirst is by Principal Shairp.. the second. by' William Black, the Leave Tebeauville daily 4:35 a m :, Leave \ueiJ.a.. ti.ll( P XLene
I : }'nl on B.4i p M
ugh a hole in A. Fronde Arrive at Callahan daily 7:11 a m I ..
,brilliant novelist, and third by Jamks'-; : t. dIstingUIshedhistorian. --o- Leave MtiDtlCrllO iiOpH
Arrive at Jacksonville daily 8:10 a m Leave .
Lloyd'! 7.131' xLeave
the pocket'Lawredee No mole Charming'book than these three nitrvelous bio- :make issued in modern All otter goods at minimum. Leave Live Oak Daily 2:30 ra Arrive at lALLAiiisxi. 11.2. P M
graphics; : uphas'been ]I p Leave Tallaba .e f.SOpn
'1 I : : Leave Jacksonville daily 5:25 m Lease ............. .
,,11 I lie l00 r. ; p
heory. ; : ifd pleasing' pfoductions'of 'D1o i (] rri')m- ; TIMES: Arrive at Tebeaville daily 0:10 p m Leave Arrive Mount fuTTi Pleasant RIVKB..........11.04 HSOpKooiso p Y i f

thiiraancjtidlop; ( s,rrr Yf.l.s' 'I3iography and History-so that alltasti Arrive at Jesup daily llUOam t WEST-St.MAKKS! UITUIOI. l

7ri'a'js'$ osufrfa amI' acbtJbscriber; will' b embarrassed onlyby' ;i AT' Arrive at Savannah daily 200: a m (Tuesilavn..Thurdijn. and Saturday.) i.
Palace Sleeping Cars on this train daily Leave TALLABAHFE D.OOa x
",t. f fI t tneir riches: f f1l i he-'variefy1T3i6electing i hig favorite book lor..U.FBEK between :Savannah and! JacksonvUta, Char- Leuv".aka.I".. 10.MAM"
I arrive at ST. MABK . .33AVOoiio
PRIZE. t kX: leston and Jacksonville: and Macon and EAST.

Jacksonville. I Lave Cliatta. River.......... 4.W a mLeave :
Subscriptions payable in advance and .the Fr Prize Book mu.t bo ,
No change ot cars between Savannah and hatulioochee.... .. 4.39 a m
>red= the d for. I YORK Leave Ml. l'f--a| t. 6.11! ant
'ird STORE
; at tirI.1e.the'1)aperjS-JH1bserib:: .. Jacksonville and Macon and Jacksonville. Leave Quincy........ S.frfam
'I' .. Free 1i l bi im t-n"popjr-2: ;it<[ )he Wetkly.Gomtnereial may betamed Passengers leaving Macon: 730; p m connect Lt-ave Mhlwar.. H.llam
Arrive Tallwhaeace
at Jesnp with train fot Florida daily. 7.3"a m
; 1)y atl dress ing 31.\ IALaTEAD & Co., Proprietor Commercial Fernandina. Fla., Leave TaUIlIIIIe. 8'iOam
.... Passengers tram Florida by this train con-
Leave Cn.ures'...
.. 843dmLeave
cio\! tit Ohb'.D.:1: free specimen copies\ of .t the Express* can btf'bb-t< I I nect at Jesup with train arriving at Macon Lloyd'. 908am

'b Itddress'Wf JN A. WHITNEY Fernunlina Fla. 7:05 a m daily. I-fare Monticello............ 91.0 a m
:- f' Leave Drlfton.. .... .. ...9.1'Sara
(hl 4h r Passengers from Savannah for Gaines-: L<'
:or--- .. ".... ;.1 \ 1 ville,Cedar Keys and}o'ioridlTranit Road Leave : : am
... ,
take this train. Leave.. Ma.iton| ............ ..11.40 a m .'

c ''r, I .&>K ;IOC." .. > IRYDAVI Pass ngers Irom Savannan for Madison, .. tuMt.r.Eliaville..................12.Mpm 1.22pm
h sr ; N d I I + I c:::; M nticello, Tallahassee and Quincy take Arrive at IjveOik..... l.Wpm
.Jj : AL i this train.passengers. l.eanLiveOrtk 2.1opm i
hL'J' I ., w : : from .. Hoiuion....... .... .... 2.33pm
{ . .. U Quincy Tallahassee .. Welrirrn... .......... .. 3.00pm
<< Monticello) and :Madison, take this train Arrive at lake (,ity. 3.45pm 1ys

1. f44 ,, VEGETABLE 'G bIf nEIso s P'tltxf; l Ift 'If '''I'tlH'S meeting cars ot Tebeauville at Sfcio p m. OoiEA.T-ST. UAEKI Divnioi

la 4r. t *vIt iII fy.l._ i. F.Arr11,d _. .ALBANY .EPPREbS.:::;:::; (Tue.laya Thurnday and f:>tur4.ys.) r
+ Leave Sivaniiah daily 4.5 p m Leave 8r. Mark ....tfHM1 .Im
lI MOSKOB GKOUOIV, M.trcL 29. 1880.VVe Leave Wako'a.. .T..jrS

B ; 'lor' Leave jessup daily 7.05 p m ........
: PAINXILLEfl hive twelve months !bl'i-ii pre- Arrive at' p masNErrlo
Leave Tebeauvilk daily. toM m I
r n scnbinj:CSwift'. Syphilitic) ; Spyiti ;'1)) in.,. < p :'{e.! ,
tieave Uunont dally|; . .: ll:45pm Both East and Wrat bound train m..t. at Live
\ht !
?}Jr.ealment, pf S1ptitisin. m mv.. other\
e' i diseases for which rec'tiniilii i : Arrive at Thomasville .VOO a in Oak and connect ,"t"1i5 train on d. J!. Si: W. R.
, A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY y M Y.I > itL< led, and Arrive at Bambri :gc daily b:00 a m R. 'or Savannah 'rod Albany.Pnsvenirr .
+ h the.renlts: have baker a\l1lit..S! ifrtvtonrvnot for ChartAboofhie River Bn-taeon-,
k hk hn For Internal rand ;bt inial'uee, .* f Arrive Aibany daily S.45: ; a m n.cta with steamer "Rebe
l b vin' 'endi ca Evmnghsm".very;
"'eqoinled a single
\ .in !
rip'tlv' vkick -'tinnawtM ' o : think| Leave Bainbridge daily at 5:15 p m Tbnr.lay for Apalachicola, Fl_..and every Batur .
fcr Diteans I instun'ct for all
II t It t SURE CURE fbr tt ,, We diseases it is 1 Leave Tkomasville daily/ at tfc4> p m day tor C.lumbus.0..,and Euf.ula... t.
t. in4 b ALWAYS PEIFECTIY WFE h ku rccopimciulecfco care, it stands without a 1
''i : / at Duponi doily a :n
ITMI tile BMtt l 11i1 /fIiCftOp".a{ peer, and'all 4ke medical profe,.. ion' Sunday lor ApHbicbiehicola. Fla..and every 1 ael-
l 'S Arrive Tebeauville dally 4.05am: day for Oilumba. Om. and EuTanU, Ala.
wjll 1 wxincror.}ater l acknowl-
1; Itll tiv n to a m* .aadalekT r mAr far COUGHS. SOD Arrive nt Jessnp 6:25 a m Connect at lAke City with trains on FloridA
"J"Jn ) THROAT. CHEUUS,and tmflo-tponblea:UtaOs Mttanf nkVto L1gq.jt .m thy treLtment'flf t-r-ypliilia.. a 1 at 9:15 Central Railroad for Jaek.oovil.:. and St. River
v udSr I i OU m..t weRr..t,,_orjPiyErraPtIJiIjaBd< >. tike UatJDB9WK nnsQu4ranc.,;! N.1wA4PWAY,3I.D,1- Arrive Savannah doily at "-'. a m Ji'em"Jina.anc1 c.clar Key. t- 3"
fWHOfly r.< 11IIEUJI.I.'l'UIU IID4 JCBfm..In1&._ J. T. ROBINt oN. M. D. Sleeping cars run tbiough between Sa WILLIAM O. AMES,

THE OLDEST, BEST.'AIIMOST: WIDILYiQ; IIf One _ATLANTA; GA, May 2'2. 1fj9!: Montgomery v&Dnah'and-AIbau1V.daily without and Jacksonville changer and. OaMer' P..mger. Agent
of our ; bad c.ise o f
; 4, '- .? Y JJEDIClHE.niWe !THE WDaLD,(tt Syphilis, of five wOJfWQa\ear's 4a iding, and was Connection at Albany daily with Passenger F LORIDA: CENTRAL RAILROAD.CHANGE .

11. bas .-. wIdI' a w..ierr.! ..,ease .. ell 4 urt'tl entirtywi.S..ift..8ypbilili .Spe- trains both'ways on Southwestern
t I'I' li II g I I IC's m ,, llerM..,...,. --W foe C1 .&MPis. CDOLEJL&.DUJUUICE. iflc.V'.Il"H: .'&Tt HOOPEB.U lUilroad, tq .and, Irom Macon, Eufaula, OF HCHEDULJo.
41 1 )' a a I DT &K''EJ1Y..aIl JIOWE&. COAS2LdIITtL. . ..r..:M TOE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Montgomery;Mobile, Nf w Orleans, etc. Et..aAL JACISOIVILLr tlepvcrmxoi.T'e, MAy "14tb Urrlcs 1SS1 I S
B Bi O-Jir..ra ; ,
ss.fd..d r .
w +si/.iW f .e ..
.,. .. f. 'Mail steamer Feaves Bainbridge tor
i II -7'{Pr.iprit ors. Atlanta. Ga. ApaLtchicoln AND AFTER THIS DATE fltAINg OY
F.I 1'' 'Mi, stdob THE:nst OF 40 YaR8'0HSWiiT> Sofa, by;JNOL! CLAY. Fernandina.tO .:, and jL wlumbiu every: Tuesday. "and' ON; road will run an follows:

# 5:"'USE lit I ULCOUMTHErtOT: CLIMATESIt'lk'KECXlBOOCCDXO I : !tT. fcopy- ot .the "Young Men's Saturday.Crose''connection'at' .Weer. EsutJ
; Jacksonville diiiljr +cksorville..lea. m Arriving 8-00 p. "
; : 1111.eln Friend. 3- ;f.I.' laJjO yA 2.4.2m r .. .::l5"
a : Vhife Haiu.* .
', I br fhyaVJaaa tla.t ((8DOU.1lYI5ucepkd; )for Green Cove :spring::; fl." 8-43
pM'I' I .f **" w B.J.J'll' D :; :
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