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: February 3, 1883
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 )
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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: VID00120
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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-A large stock of sentimental and write, come to me and offer to boarda After passing throe
Express. iu
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comic valentines are displayed at teacher free to aid iu btiildi-g a intensely inte"e"liug ;
Minnie is at length "res
and Store pclmol hlOu- do almnnl .
King curioMty Variety or anything
BB1U7AUT 6. tit.Flptlou bereaved mother, and to weal
corner Centre end Fourth 8 r(>etlt. n order to .obtain school for their hiippines*. "'\Ve trust mat
t CaQ
Prices Like all their good they are offered children, I am i>ncouta ell U>' believe deuce iu His own good time, n
liu ndTnuor...,.............too
I*, ia advMirr,........-..... J.W ci cap. that nilffortf .to educate the peoplf like manner, make glad_the hea
nth* inartTar,........... .60 the UIIW desolate of
,aced ->n the Wri'jer'i pipe The Three Cent Counter to appreciate the importance oi parents ,
baton thu .ub little t;harley Hoss.-PA//a. City-It
umbers eriplioni .
in at Paul Fanke' New York Store these schools have not been in vain.
. The above well and favora

ef AdvertUloctDM Councilman Hoyt hat introducedan Overboard. known at
troupe will perform Lyceu
or IBM,ODe lnertton.ILOO
.ertton........... ........... .60Uon ordinAnce for restraining the present 'Hall -for three nights Monday Tuesday
, ;
_- from the above rata will b.wbe *
tb. alxottU freedom enjoyed by catttle and Among the passengers on the
aivertlM by quarter and Wed esday, Febuary 1 8

eel b. perU far *>ek and bores in this city, but on account of Steamer H. B. Plant, _on Saturday and 9.The.-' f

the difficulty of getting a quorum, the last, was an invalid, Mr. W. A. Butler steamer Flora will .make excursion .1

matter ban not been acted upon. of New York, accompanied by
Notice. trips from St. Mary's on JEd ).
the FRam**!** EzriKM are cloned -The Norweginn Birque Kong his brother-in-law, Mr. J. M at 10 o'clock. Advertise win
ing left alone in the cabin for
Svere Abu' was cleared by Being a
'e.and K ".>rn thenwelvecaeoordinglynUr Capt. n, neighbors an opportunity of attending
Mr. Win. Law ley, nil Thursday last few minutes, Mr. Butler walked out the performance.

m..oMlc. for Qu-Mi*tx xvn l..r orders, with on deck, fell overboard, and wasdrowned. --, mmCOURTEB w1NTEu Owlom i
conrmunieatlon of Amelia Lvdtre.r. -LATHAM.-Harried in Old
F. A. M,will W held on Monday. 161,000 ft-et pitch pine lumber, 104 The body has not jet Town, Fla., on the 31st nIL, by Key. J.Atklll .
[ ,Fcb. 14th at JIO o'ctotkaharp..ntbnthr.narefrtternaU
\(1.;J" Invited sticks cedar, 896 bbls. rosin :and 109 been recovered. MB. WILLIAM F.COCRTER to Miss r ,
800TT, V. )l. EUGENIA I
W. F. ---- LOTHAH. : E
s..c: Atf.FelJl'ftllr1 bblu spirits turpentine. Value of
$10. Reward !
sai
TEE KO.M, B. A, b[., cargo, 16,830. Will be given for proof to convict Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All .

I nth at 7!>i o'clock -The citizens of NR an countyfeel the one who destroyed the signboard persons having claims against the

loin f..tf'r&l\lItTlud to attend some apprvhcnvioim for the wel. on the 1 mile post near the etateof L. Billings, late of Nassau county DUN'
are requested to present the same prop
fare of their cattle. Numbers are already Rail Road shops. erly attested and all who are indebted. to }

lofflc Hoar dicing Irom the .-ffeotR of tilt W. F. SCOTT. tho estate will make payment to Paul P-
from 8:00 A. x. to 800r.rs Mils. SJCLIA: BILLINGS,
+ und Hegistered Letters wot'and cold, and it ill said that a wet Road Commissioner' Administratrix. bi+

:00 F' )l. ; and from 2:00 cold February will result iu the loss Fernandina Dist Fernandina, Fla., 8th, 1881. 12-ttw r
unda from 10:30 tlo
\'S
4:80 P. M. of fully one third of the cattle in the . NEW AT
City Tax Notice.The .
Port of Fernandina.
TUllE or THE MAILS.Ives county P. S.-Every customer ]
TAX the of Ffrnnndln
Ptytn-of city are
daily nt 10:30 A. u. Tourists in search ol sport would Exports for quarter ending December I hereby notified; tint I will open my books for the present.
>scs" 3:00 M. ; ollectlon of city tarn _Ned for the YeAr 1880.
'C'I.. 8:30 A M. find a trip down, the Peninsular Rail 31st, 1880: at my office,oa 3rd meet ia Block V, February
ISlb, J881. and will keep open until the first day of
t'S" 10:00 A M.id road and across OnugeL-ike exceedingly LUMBER: March after which date will advertlta and Mil all :NEW FALL
,', IlilhJt'nl- Coast -leet..... .....:. .... 6,324.000 properly on which the taxes are unpaid.
Fridays at "-:30 p M.I plnaiant,* and remunerative. Foreign ..... . ...: .....3,575,323Total TURNER and Tax DULINO.Mareholl Collector..

I Thursdays at 8:00 AM. Fish! ntid abound and can be -- February 1 h. 1881. 11 tf IT THE POS
game . ...... .. ... .. ........9.899mTolal ,
tly- had without, much trouble The for previous three quitters
Last Notice to Tax-Paj-cm.
(id Thursdays 8:00 A.M. steamer Alpha connects with the as bel ore reported..26,685,780. r
id Fridays at 2:30 p. M. -- I will visit the following places at the L

and Sal'dars VOU A, U. train .on TuesdayTlmrwlayn and Total for yen 1880...... .;...., ,.58o.108V time stated below, for the purpose of rc- t 0
|id Wednesdays, eciving Jibe State and County taxes assessed -
Saturdayn.Rick. \ \9 also give our readers in this!
Saturdays 2:30 r. )( forthe year 1880:

|.L T RIDDKI.L. P. 3d.. connection, the following comparative NomJlrlllch..nday February 14 1SSI .
ssys"when you see a man 15"lJunll'.Crerk. Goods Boor ;
Rings Dry
FerrJ..Tueaday Clothing
statement of the number vessel .......Wedmnday ,. UI"IJ1trC'n.b.'tbllm. ,
with a fancy pair of scissors iu hill '.... 17" "
entered and cleared Custom Thartday a"S
Directory. at the Brandy branch..Friday 18" and Fancy Goods
him down
vest pockt-t you may set cellahan..Saturday J D"R.n'
House for 1880 and 1879. The
ItYl'KUlAN. "
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.. ,.... either a* an editor or a dry-good a.-1..3ioDd..T... 22. THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK.TO SEL
I.n., fwrter. "' at 11 table includes only those 've-sets I Oonei\le(morn'g) rl1e1d"T
la '.. ) clerk. If his clothes and of
Im. tlt.aa5rt..ud ciltteniSCOfAL. are good entering and clearing and makes no I Amelia ............Wedoerfay 23"
fashioiuble cut, he is not an editor" I will be at my'office in Fernandina on NEW GOODS received every week, so that our Stnd.
account of _toe arrivals of steamers
when
Tuesdays,Wedndays and Saturdays:
I rantor. Bcrtiret 11 .. m.ld Tl.is is because HO many dcblms -A LARGE STOCK OF-
.,.elsn.: m. W.-... and other vessels from ports within not on collecting tour in the country, un-
SWp. backward about forwardto til March which time books will
ro. henU free. !tanager. are coming this district. 1st at my
r invited t.attend. settle. be closed and all property on which the PlII.NESPE-JJC.LLBS
IrnOLIR. VESSELS ENTERED, 1880: taxes remain unpaid will advertiscd.

|'.ior. feivtiM-aatOKTown -1.alll wrt-k we published an ac- Coastwise. W. F. SCOTT, Collector. From 5 cts a yard and upwanj
..1 Town High tiuu ADd Pernandtna Feb. 5 1881.
hlMn,4 Veoper.IO p.n C'lunt oi u ruthless dttftructiou ot Number 260, Toijnuge.... .. .15 ,7.0i DRESS COODS.-A fall stock of LATEST Si

KT EPISCOPAL. cert intoxicated POUKIQX : In Circuit Court of Florida, Fourth
lamps by m countrymen
or.firrvloe. at 11 a, m, and Number J56, Tonnage.. .. ... 32,389 Judicial Nassau County. A large assortment of IIOISERY and GLOVES.
LIar Wdnraday.van.
learn week
Yery and this that
we -- Damasks, Undershirts and Drawers at great bargains.
PrIsT. sane equitlly evil de >po4ed party has Total..31. 188.139 RnA STEWART, 1 lucky Jeans: a full_stock. Special bargains mJCMXJ
tor. Servfc.n i m.nthi411rn. ID. and 7:39 been amusing hinvelf destroying VKB3KLS ctaARED,1880. SOLOMOS 8T&W'RT.WUERP'.AS,1t }
t S.JU p. iii.CfL'1lCILts. 1 1 I ICJt I "T" I IEEIIJ
Cnd.t W ISC.I has been made to appear
road. Itoadcominissi'iner _
mile
(.st! on the CEUhl-
1) I Number 246 Tonungi;.. .H".155,049 by affidavit filed in slid case that the defendant -
J.Kr.. J. Q. llnwfrM. I Ia. Smitt offers dollars GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS a speciality.A .
ten Solomon Stewart resides out of
| nu 4" m. and 7:30 p m. i FOUKIOH : *
l'ul/t'r ler.ni Tednada7, reward in this'issue lor the apprehension I the county cf Nassau, but withia she 4th full lines of Latest Styles. Our DOLLAR SHIR]
Number 33
I Tonnrge.24363 Judicial Circuit, to-wit| : in theconntrof I Call and examine our Stock and Prices before purchasiaj
[rope .-r..... Eo.l. H-onkenn : of tIle perpetrators. We t inc -- Baker in s .id Circuit, and that service Orders by mail promptly attended to.
1. W.f' p III,all 7:38 p, 10ytr Tlltal. .301 160,012 I in New York, fcial orders
cannot be made him. Now Having a resident buyer s\
upon on application -
',. M leUtll tteune.dar. rely !hope they will be (" unJ. ,
VKScBLH K.NTKEKD 1879 : it is ordered that the said defen'lnnt York prices.ljy .

tin AU4.n,1'a.tor. ftmior -Hurrah for tit.' Fern'andina Light Number 237, Tonnage..... ...148,597 d'l appear and answer the com- py introduced the FIVE CEXT which fctve'Hr\'fXR lax,T
::10 w. $tlUIct.-ee'\O. plaint filed in this cause on or before the we,how age variety of articles
Wedotwfay.at f o'clock. Infantry J They brought home the VESSELS CLEAUED 1879: first Monday in March 01 the same will price \ v r

|and.....ta 1:30 Crk.p.Pastor m. ftunUyliaf .- prize this time, beyond the shadow ; NurnbtTj 2W:, Touuage ...... 147,760 be taken as confessed.. X New j i Nort'
.
et' W.di>..idny, at T I ExcesB of 180 over 1879 in arrivals .T. A. EDWARDS 83 Walker SIre
ol doi'btand faid have ,
Ii i H are to Clerk Circuit Court,

won it vimily. We congratulate 68 vessels, and 40,542 tonnage. 11-4w Nassau county.

them their and The above tables slow an increase
ITAI.K.been
on PUCCI-HS hope they OVEn ONE-HALF .J
will it. often. The Nassau in the buniiiees of the port of Fornandina -
prevalent rtyleat| of the male portion of the American pea
ate. FeniundiiiaConnUr Lig'.t Artillery art also said to have of nealiy 30 per cent over ple 45 years of age suffer more or less with

dune fine drilling but had the previous year, and should be exceedingly diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. ti
some no
There arenrlous causes for Ibis,but ovet- !BA }
Dt hope of taking the prize. The gratifying to those feeling work is the chief cause. Nothing in the GRATE

an interest in the city. The lumber whole Materia Medica U so well calculatedto
|New York Store.knight's prize to the Light Infantry amounts invigorate and restore healthy tone to Wlaioir: '
market I to $50. ports alone from this port rep resent these organs as Rankin Compound Ex-

half a million of dollar for the tract of Buchu and Juniper. A few doses
oiible. ills lis- -Iruf. Grimmer, who is the grimmest taken occasionally will greatly benefit all R a,
past year. those who are afflicted with any diseaseof IRON
rkably fine proohet we ever read, says that
Bladder.rrcpared .
tue. Kidney .or. _
lactloa! from 1881 to 1887, America will lone Charier ilosa. only by Hunt, Rankin &: Lamar -
bonnier at PaulItore. Druggists and tor sale by JNO. L. Lambe
fila-en million of inhabitants brplsgue --

pestilence and famine. Think The Wallace Sisters, CLAY Autioch Fernandina, Troup Co.Fla., Ga.,July 4, 1878. . CORN 11'0' n,

.(071 in its en- of thin, oh y delinquent, and reflect POOR CIUKLKV 1OaS {Never in' 1 am one ot 'unfortunate sufferers .
h
from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys, !and
[daily as Flori- that will almost the whole range ol fiction, was any 1
you may, nay, certainly find more and speedier relief from Ran Washers&c.,
,1 tn boast of. form one of that number. A to thing more mysterious than the abduction kin's Buchu and Juniper than anything I
I lr and" concealment of thin have ever tried. I esteem it so highly
Kblrf, yon prepared to enter eternity with cJlltI-'ith the exception of the that were there bu one bottle in the world BAY ST

''IPAI" style for $1 that little bill unpaid ? Hasten Urvcher-Tilton case, and the Nathan I ..ou1 it. I recommend it above all other
while there is yet time, come for. murder, notluinj h..s.o agitated the similar preparations. E. T. WINN. t {

UItK STORE.iehu ward aud settle and renew your subscription f public mind lor years. The most

| in thistaxpayers for another We will etringvnt!, search, conducted by the Columbus Ga.. Apr. 12. 1878. IRON AND B! ,.
year. most experienced detectives, has DR. C. J. MOXPETT-Dear Sir-My wife

| nm the chances of the first year, at -hitherto failed in bringing this mys and myself are satisfied that the,life of our .
will teething babe was saved by the use of '
1 it they your ,
I rate. of to liiht and lh
any tery mysteries Teethina (Teething Powders), widen otherremedies

I I Header when visit town I tragic death of his abductor, coupled: had failed to relieve him. We .. II Mff
you { rt3G'r
wilulheci nfcsionofnneof a
a&t > them.xtili have been delighted with the Ipt'el11.and
I I 1 1 FuitkeVcoutitme don't fail to call at Paul Funk" brings us nearer the en
I N-w York Store on Second street, Ii ill indeed i-tranger than fiction. Yet from severe attack of cholera morbus. ]
Pr l1 Teelhjna is indispensable! to us, and shouldbe #
I north of centre, ills etock is always the story of this |KX>r child,whicliequaN kept by all parents having small chil, 'I'y' ;

I large and is replenished weekly. II if it dots not surpass the dren. Respectful, etc.." I
18.w"t'kly. wildest romance, may it the facts JI: SE,B. "\VRIGUT ,
I Mr. Funke, however, i* t..) w4.'l1l uliould ever be discovered, to Foreman Enquirer Sun. 1 1.I
"a Jug prove
:For Sileby'JNO. L. CLAY. ,10-.
known to recommendation be niinilar John
require very to Broughmaii'N
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jI' pn'arity.I I 'jf
from. UM. He makes it a pait of hisI( highly:, nK&lional drama of Min- | ..I i1

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ste la3hip Mr. Funke's three rent counter h' of New York Life," which is now UNITED STATES LAND OrrGsinavillc

idly i, tiring played to crowded houses, ]
nesrrr till the only one in town. |I throughout all sections of the United Notice is hereby given tha)

-In hula report to lion. W. P. lIai..- States,>>y those brilliant and accomplished day at 9 the o'clock.second.&..it day we of shall Mast

I loes : youiiir artists, the Wallace receive cash :
ley, Superintendent of Public Instruction applications a
I I which 55J: >tern, Jennie and Maud. The heroine less than one dollar and tw

I onr efficient Superintend' '' "| the story Mho, stolen from per acre, for the, West hal
of School make the in Township Three, Nor
eat following ,, motives ol through a
Rk STOKE I revenge, goes Twenty-four East. L. .' 1
I I I ..-e'II:1II' gratifying I exhibit : j ji I, series of the ma$l exciting rvdven JoHN F. ROLLINS, lUrceiver. ti

,II I h ie i Two year ago the public schools ture*, is personated by Miss Jennie f
railroad liylookcil Wallace, the st"r. oi t.1Hf tro4Ji ti.- '<3ain.es villf* 1:; .
numbered '
I in
i1 the county thirty-nix ; :
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upon Hcr'sweet *pd' mgsical'hoie and '
:i IIttt'3r"the number was increased touching'd.1.4uterreting nitnn-r, .lfonseaee rat

Good to thirty-eight, find now w have impart;; a tN'o n ltt tterful ahbrrn tQ; the ;OI'J< rtivnwoalerr _
: sus'hiStyej
I f.lrtytwo. During this time five t4riirae'trrrwhll' J ilotbeequaltd "'
k.tnre0fhiug the ',m)8t..ex pirnenct school home have have been erciid by undue -V
Dry 1 u'ut U.red/wit1 her ontufil 4van- whertl. SouC.
lit strictly -all by private means. Theseftchooln t'ageHer I'itlerMaud, b'yj 1 her ,, O

applies have accomplished a : .
by great
liveliness aii'd fll"puh and vim ..Lstit t (
; a "u pt"- (deal already, and the system is becoming which she throws lutO.her" Hpvcialities -

more effective every year. iii -welcome! relief to the .adder mKwib } t : '1iCdr

[cs alone! I Many of our people were once either portions of the play.; The.actors urn

who support>> them are _*ll ,artuts of _.all l s 1
putting "ppo''fd, or altogether Indifferent, "v .
ability and selected retardll'U of ex- .raDOWE w .
J ncl it we to :,hr education their children td.
; penIrom' the best thejlren in ,the i irMUtDacH

|011 be as i I but now, wlvn mm away out in the Unil>l State for tin it particular 1 fI' h

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EY, Editor & Publisher For'COUCHS, COLDS. BRONCHITIS ASTHMA,

: PNEUMONIA, CONSUMPTION
4 all Diseases of the THROAT,
t CHEST and LUNGS.

IRt I -oG n.. .hys been one of the most important wfiron. wtldad
h by the MEDICAL FACULTY AIIAin.t the ncnwhment or
ia DLM! OF f TOLU t IOTTOH3. COLnd.BROXUHirl8. ASTHMA SORE THROAT, IfZTALLK
di CONSUMPTION"in its Ind.ient And advanced aUges and,,:i diavnrftot r
7y the THROAT, CHEST ant LUNGS, but it ha. never been 110 adrsntazwmly compounded..in Wooden Coffin-
' the celebrated TOLU, ROCK and RYE. In addition to the aoothio-; Balshovc properties it aflords a I
JiffuMTe stimclant and tonic.to build up the System after the Cough:: Ins been relieved. White Metal and .a

:4 ort1s1liMod1llmState. \ Over 1,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually Trimmings CONSTANTLY, 0.

Bodies washed ar

,I I I"y.M Extract from Report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Preserved until 1

-0TEEi.J.lS- : ;',. TKiiaciv DEPARTMIIST OTTIO OF INTCRSIL RIIY S..' I without the use of
Waihlngton.1J.l'., Jan. H'tb, IS(). (
4 1 ., Remains exhnmCases
aft..a. : ::E&MAP.TISChlcUlo. III.
1ir.: : I q.anti..fthe BALSAM of TOLU to give It all the adT ntave.. aicrihed in Coral complaint,and
rendering it an agreeable remedy to the pa'isnt. It may be proprny l.we under the. proviniona of tho U.S. R-visM Statutes, and when en stamps' m'y bosoM by Drnzzi .V, One Year, S2 OO Or*'era, and Other Pernons WITnOUTR&S1JERISO. LIABLE TO PAY SFECIALTAXa*
li.uordeaieit. Youra.R .pectrullv 2S tf.r
[Signed] GrRKEN: R. nu A\t, CommiaRloneroUnterDsl Revenue. j.
py. Six IVIonths: 1.00 ---- I

Three I Don't deceived by nnpr-'nciplf dealers who try to palm off npONLY on von Rock and :
.py, 3Tontlis, .;O CAUTION! Rye tobe place of our TOLD ROCK and RYE.blch. u the MEDICATED i G. &
artiuie m.lle-the genuine bearing the! aignature. LiwasscE A. MikTiM,rn the Proprietary O vemment re.
THE FERNANDINA EXPRESS. Stamp m each bottle I ,

PUT UP IN QTTAST SIZE BOTTLES FOB FAJGLY TJSS.L ; 001' O-OUTiE.
- --
y FEBKANDIXA, FLORIDA. AWR i\CE &: MARTIN, Proprietors, Chicago, III., and No. Baralay Street STATIONS.No.! -

New York. ,

Sold 17 DRUGGISTS, GROCERS and DEALERS 3>ery 'herc. !:;A_r'.i l|

s( EE BOOKS TO SUBSCRIBERS MYERS BROS., Savannah, Georgia Wholesale Agents for Florida. Frrnaml 1Lu\ RoAd.n*... i I'ill-is'nl';A.M ''110 y, : "

SAXHORN and HOYT Agents for Nassau County. 10-ty CPahan.... .(Il7ttiuiBaMwin !
Du'ton.... ...112 u : OIU;
- ... ...\I12..S 11.

Having made arrangements to club the FEUNANDINA EXPRESS with PATENTSobtained RICE! PLANTATION FOR SALE. TMIII I'lue'1,.'.*...........| 'J-4SJ. :.11('G;, 2 2 s:::

the CINCINNATI WEEKLY OMMERCIAL i "ttrif.... ....i 3:'
we announce that we will fur- i Ttrir_'u->.....I 3:1:1 3"
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at nM thp Fernanrliua and w.Lln ... .. ;
r Exprss the Cincinnati Weekly) Corameiciiil.a The Following Farms situatedon : 4>
for inventions for improvements (: inea.i+'e..e 4eN 5.'
new or |
'lit- large, 8-page, 56-coluran Family Newspaper one for $3.00 and rre-lordi'.. 9:24 5"
year,
in old ones. Caveats Infringements the Great Satilla River, thirty miles I Bdtton. .. .;.
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freeBonjiht will give as a prize to each yearly subscriber under this clubbing arrangement Trade-Marks, and all patent business from St. Anlrl'w'8nllnd., are offered for Archer.......1! '":. s:l I IRronein

any one ht ok he may select from the following famous promptly attended to. sale at very low rates : .. ..... / :,81 .:.'
ress.'et. O'ter Creot, 7:4M: -
wotks-postage paid and free of all cost-the books b-ing Harptr's INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN ONE ll'lCE PLANTATION, containing RodPTVOOlI.... 8:35: /IF:;;
REJECTED may still, in most cases, he 518 acres. 100 acres under bunks. The CeJarKjy,. 8:30 J
Editions, unabridged, beautifully printed on good paper, in paper patented by us. Being opposite the U. S. improvements consist of a 1-irjrc ham and --- -

covers: Patent Office, and engtrd in PATENT lalxrers' houpes, all in giiinl refviir. c11n

1: "Jane Eyre the famous novel which made Charlotte BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, we ran secure ONE RICE PLANTATION knoT.'n as
for.self Bronte'sfame. .
patents in less time than those who the "Ashley Place.*' co'jtaining ISO acres, AT FrttNANDFruro !\

as Khowfonable. are remote from 'Vlshingtm.When 50 acres under cnltivation thU year. Wed .Ilruii..wkk.. .... .. and I IK
2. "The Days.of Pompeii," Bnlwer's historical romance of un'versal Inventors scud model or !sketch ONE RICE PLANTATION, known ns "r r-rsik and il
Gen- popularity the most of his we make search in the Patent Office, and "Meinphreil's I>hind," 470 acres. Splendidmill \\>.t............ . ..ISTKAMKR
fascinating productions.
Jut ofi 1 what advise as to its patent-ability free of charge. site. !!>|
3. "John Halifax, Gentleman," Miss, Mulock's masterpeice; a storvof Correspondence confidential; fees reasonable ONE COTTON PLANTATION, containing .... S.ranaxhnd till
you find her th 'sorrows and triumph associated with low births andiron ; and, NO CHARGE UNLESS: PATENT 422 acre This place contains a For M

nd womanly. fortune. I IS OBTAINED. large dwelling house S*. M.irRirrr!oiT.UnlFrlm |

Courier if those 4. "The Posthumous We refer by permission to the City For further particulars a.ldrr..q. ilny and Sunday. r 'dw }i
Papers of the Pick" 'ick Club. the work that ,
Postmaster, and to thrs Supeiintriufont of JNO.- A. WHITNEY.Trrnandiia For 8(. Mtrjr. River
,,'erevoman.. gave Charles Dickens Iiis i celebrity; the most numerous and the 1'ost Office Monry Order Division iuWashington. Fin. Thur.J"]r.
For .' .ri.il reference rirculur AT n".n"Irr I
t'10 thou always the most popular of his books. p ------ '
your For JackviiiTill..T '
advice mUlnss |
5 "The History ot a Crime." By Victor Hugo. The terrible terms &e., .... ............ . V 'aft
::5hu'll.'not. ask : i.arrntive C. A. XoW & CO., Savannah Fla., & Western R. R.aEN'LSUPEEISTENL'EXrsOFFICK From JackvoaviheTAlI

first-class by the French poet, novelist and historian of the Crime Opposite Patent Oflic't',Wusllin=ton, D. Cv .............. .. . I
or n : :: )
of Louis Napoleon in strangling the Tiber' ies of his country. ----- SAVANNAH. Mar 13.18-S'J. f AT OA "u ; {
ripple dn'asrs .1 Stove I.in rh' G. "He: ly Esmond." A novel. By Wm. M Thackeray-the most PAUL FUNEE'SFERNANDINA.: : O N AND .U'TEHStXD.\ Mar 14th We>ln?..
S nel\t'fl31..,, with -- artistio, popuhr and characteristic of the works ot the willt.stnovclit ;I Passenger Trains on this Road will run Sta)!e Line for und Oca'aThurclnj ,.tuJ a

w: to frown iipoti) of this time. i us follows: NIGHT EXPRESS. AT f'In.\ KKY.i -

'keep everythingy 7. "Eutht'n.",'BV AlexanderVilliam Kingl.ike. One of the mostcllrlrring II II I[' N W Y rk Store Leave Savannah daily at 4:30 p m I I+. Cu'I

parlor, :1n.1Wlat'II'JOII narratives ever writtt n; full of I pen-pictures of life in'' Arrive Arr;vc at atThoniasviaedaily Jesaiip il:.ily: at at 6-2';:00 p ui i I I For R*: Wept'.lId .and'',i.lay.inredty \
n ni }
e the East, 5nctiTilihgv!_!llIifl'1aIt acCollnt of prs' nal) i xperiences PI.A. S Arrive at Cambridge daily at D4f1" m I} For end Key!>atur Wr.r
1k yourill in Egypt,ttnd the Holy Laud, Arrive n! Albany il.iily at 10:25In I Fur S tr.. Vein.. 11STKAHKR -t

ournuf\ the Plague in London. By Daniil Def'e, author -0- Arrive at Live 6 ik ihily nt 2:00 a m I I
Arrive nt Tallahassee daily at 7:00 a m From Minnie.end"fa|
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't sinscn Crtt!'oN." The true history, by one of the moat CLOTHING Arrive nt .Jncklom'i1lC'daiiy at 70:1 in For "

ruislted writers in our language, of the mysterious and Leave Tallahassee daily! at GIN) p niLwive J ACKONVlA.N1 :
visitation of the ICk'lI1ville daily st !)::m p ni > MOBILE
Plague to England.Wordsworth. .
DRY COODS
Leave Live Oak daily at 11:15 pin I' MAITI TillTA
." Cliost-n and edited Matthew _I/
by W. Leave Albany daily at 4:00 p in .
j'. The most plll'U'ar and Sih-ct edition i of the worksLf'EngUr.d's BOOTS AND SHOES, Leave Rainhri'Ise daily at .I:{)() p in O.X and nftT:Hand
Tr.uu o. thla roFnsicrger
gieat.'rt poets, whose writings owe their Leave Thol1l:1.ville daily at 7:3"p in Trail
Leave jessup daily at GiO a in I
tll largely to the excellentunderstanding: !: they display HATS AND CAPS. Arrive at Savannah daily at !):()Um Leave" Qulnrr.ArrlreatTalUliaJ rnrt.hooe. ..
invent and --(-- No ot between Savannah
Scenery of country life.; change cars and

,s ,"JEllgli Men of Letters" ju one]. 1. Robert Having just purchased, in New York, Jacksonville Pullman Palace and Savannah Sleeping and Cars Albany.daily between Lear l,..te'r.'I.he!\t.w.tiee'tn I

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\II\ Shairp. the stcond by William/ Black, the !I cost, I am prepared to retail It!. wholesale cars run through to and from Arrival., L.v.lI

[third l James A. Fronde prices which will Savannah and Albany. .. at rrnraatTbom.ar
>y t e distinguished : The elegant Sleeping and Parlor Coaches I .. ntAib.nyJ
4; asming book than these thjve mnrvehni! bio- of the Kut'ala line daily between Mont LMve Lr II"City

. Ire ( been ist llt.d in modern ttrm-s. I Defy Competition.Great gOIlt'fY1:\ and Jacksonville! without I ArriT Arriv ul m J R.M..ck.o.'j

; fiese books wide and change A r......at a'erui
comprise a range strikhg ..
Passengers from Savannah for F
i --:--()- rnan- .t Vaine
I rilliant and pleasing productions of modern ants I dina, Gainesville and Cedi'.r Keys take this at C..larFutenger

Travels, Biography and History-so that all I reduction in train.

Pfed and each subscriber will b Passengers for Darien tike this train. Leave... J..kolI"a. .
embarrassed only Fernau.Lear.
Passengers from :Savannah: for Brunswick
ALPACA AND DRESS, GOODS. 0.in..
the variety in selecting his favorite book for n FREEr t"'ke this train, arriving at Brunswick Leave.ottI.r

0--- < 6OOa. in. I...T'' B.ld-

Passengers: leaving Macon aV :I5 1\. m. LmtTr L.ke...,
Ions payable in advance> and the Free Prize Book t be Leave Hi
mu Best Calica Prints,
: (daily icl'ding Sunday) connect ut Jessnp V-V. Lice
he time the is subscribed for. ....
s F., Id I} paper with this train for Florida. L. M.iLr.ve

C 'Dll'n Copies of the Cincinnati eekl Commercial may be 5 TO 6 OTS PER YARD. Passengers from Florida by this train I >Lea.e Mu Ore
4 I : connect at Jessuo with train arriving inl8.con AITIT. at'I.r.v. 'I
'\d reisin HALSTEAD & Co.
L' g-M. Proprietor Commercial G:25 Till;
>-"-- at n..m (daily incrdingSundny) { ILea
m li r, and tree 'spetinum Express can be ob- Connect at Albany with Passenger trains I' ,. Qu

m sing JNO. A. WHITNEY, Fernandina, Fla. Best Gingham. both ways on Southwestern Railroad to I. St.Arrive Marie '
and from Macon Eufaula, Montgomery
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Iso ; 10 CTS. PER YARD. Mobile, New Orleans, etc. Lea".I.mv"T..
M1 4lti, Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge tor Apalachicola Le..,.CtA
1t ';; I'' ... .
ut, I --0- every Sunday and Thursday eve. ere
Br., For Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday WCllOIIru'

DAVIS'VECETABLE Gents Clothing and furnishing goods a afternoon. = R
: L
r Close connection at Jacksonville daily ,

1I4I I (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine PaUtka i LORI: -
niUSUEjIICES.( t( Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, 1' ?
I I and all landings on the St John's River. i t..'
Trains on B. and A. R. R.leave junction, I CU
!tk going west at 1 :37 a. m.,and for Brunswick

KilLERYEOETABLE All other ;coils at minimum at 4:40 p. m., daily except Sunday. I It 7
yi Through Tickets sold and Sleepiag Car II I t

PRICES TO SUIT THE Berths secured at Bren'a Ticket Office, II U:' t
REMEDY No. 23 Bull street, and at Alia..tic and n.u a

f' and External Use TIMES Gulf Railroad Passf.-nger Depot I !1 atl'Mj
'Ir ACCOMMODATION TltAINS-IUST-
u u"E I>-ave J.j ,
eta for which It b IeCOMmeaded,
Ali I I AT EnN DIVISION 1 Lmire Bn| p,
Y SAFE In ttw hands Ifptrienced ] til '
*r< ai
1: i : perlomt. |I PAUL 1iU cE'S Leave SavannahSundayB ex'd at 7:00 a m U-urr LIT JAf
McIntosh ..
Arrive nt 9:23 at
n
a
'11 I m
fl 1' ial, I+ a remedy for COUGHS. SORE I
Arrevr at
.r ar tumble; affords 3. ,I I R I ISr and !. the ke CMOST SW YORK STORE Arrive at Bhckshear 2:40 p tit Sat.Ler. n
i; TJSM and lIIEURALGIA. .
I J Arrive a Dupont 6:2l' r.J '
IFlI : I Leave Dupont .. ;):20 a m let: Tan
WIDELY KNOWN 1
Fernandma Fla.
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L.aveld.
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I I Blackshear 9:10 ,
I > ive a m Leave Lake 'b:
IN THE WORLD. ..
r ..
+, I fLeaveJessup 12:50 p mI I Lt Tf Bald v
.I @ nrd veeea* *. mil I Leave Mcintosh rt :::00 p m Aine ai J
al A. DIA1E811tEA.i'I ... Arrive at Savannah 5:40 p ni On Vail i '"
Oat *
I WESTERN DIVISION. throulht.a| flk
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: y .Laca Si r
i LeaveJuponl (Sundays ex'd.) ut 7:30 a m .J "
I I I AS'CONSTARTCLIMATES. "
,
Leye"ald08ta 10:02 a m FERN'"a. I.

jtJ: rr Leave Quitman lt:43 a m Leave'\C1rI p
t Arrive.,1 Thomasville 2aOptu I Arrive BakiLea.
f 'iet.8 and Leave Thomasville 2:40 p m ArriT. Ft ,
.. Fen Vii
I t b7 Yvtrr7kedy4nIQ Leave Camilla 554 p m
Arrive at Albany .* 7:20 p m Awn B&I.jMii: ,5 f.P .

I ..I.IIhA LtmiHEHT. Is a perfect BLOOD Puxinu. and it theenlypllre1VuaAILx Leave Camilla Albany "** "** 5A ajnLeave I ....",. ,;:yrth'.trin.
known to id- 1:15a m '
; remedy .| 4
C.a n Ii I, DedwiiI ,enes that has made radical and PmtuiKir Arrive at Tbotnasville m-2u a m bunchy. '1 .1i
) e In all their Leave 'I homasville ffJSso I + z
s Crxn of STTHIU3 end ScxorctA a m I G.nnert w
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Y" r.terrfe. 1:10pm
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!I I -A large stock of sentimental and write come to me and offer to boarda After panting throe V ri
la Express. tl"n4V
comic valentines are displayed at teacher free to aid in btuldi' g a intensely iutese..tiug i

and Store clmn! liou.-f dn ahnllt Minnie i* at length re8
King rurioMty Variety or anything VKii
EBILUARY d. els. beieaved mother, and to weal_
corner Centre end Fourth street n 01'.1'r0 obtain a school for their hiippinesx. We trust that ,,

llptlou Prlcet Like all their goods they are offered cflillrt'n. I am .'neoutaged to believe ,b cite iu His own good time, i 1\ y i i is it
L ... ... ,
..dT.t oe...,.. . 200w (
i ia ad".,.................. IJW o leap. t'l:1t,1J tttortf .to educate the peoplf like manner, make glad the hea
the tnailrarx*............ .60 the now desolate of ew a ;
need ' [ambn baton thu .ubner>ption little Charley Hoss.-Phila..O/'
ia at Paul Funks New Vork Store these schools have not been in vain. ,
. The above well and favora 1 R .Is
of Adv rtUlnKt Councilman Hoyt has introducedan 'V V 1,
Lea or IBM,ODe tneertion.....IL00 I Overboard. known troupe will perform at Lyceu
ertlon........... .. .... .W ordinnnce for restraining the present Hall for three nights Monday :Tuesday
r.td ;
floe from the boT will bf
wbe acvertlM by tk* punter auIceu freedom enjoyed by catttle and Among the passengers on the aud W d. esduy, Febuary 18

i IT. o.at4 ....UIIIt far sack and bores in this city, but nn account of Steamer II. B. Plant, .on Saturday and 9.The.. JI1

difficulty of getting m quorum, the last, was an invalid Mr. W. A. Butler steamer Flora will make excursion : C ; t ,

Nonce.ftb. matter has not been acted upon. of New York, accompanied by trips from St. Mary's on BteJB 0 "V-

Fun**."" Ki.rt.TM are cloned The Norwegian Barque Kong: his brother-in-law, Mr. J. Mtltbie. Tuesday and Wednesday, thus giving Om $ :
at 10 o'clock. Adrertu r win .
inl Being left alone in the cabin for {
a
Svere Alsen 'ItA cleared by
'M and gown themnelvwaccordinglyR1 Capt. I our neighbors an opportunity of attending'
Mr. Win. Laivtey, u" Thursday last few minutes, Mr. Butler walked out the performance. .

.onto.ular on deck fell overboard and w adrownt I "
for Qii'HMiftiitwn l.,r orders, with J Ckulom i
communication fir Amelia Ledre (JOURTEH LA.TlUK.-Married in Old
_ F. *: A. II,wiJl ... held o'ckxk on Monday. 161,000 fret pitch pine lumber, 104 cl. The body has not yet Town Fla.,-on the 31st ulL, by Rev. J.
,Feb. I4tb at JIU aharp..Dot
IK. brethren are fraieinaUy invited sticks cedar 896 bbls. rosin and 109 been recovered. AtkioB, MR. WILLIAM F.COCRTKR to Miss .
W, P. 800TT, V. V.LB ----a EUGENIA LOTBAU. BE
.e. "t bblH spirit turpentine. Value of $10. Reward I

TEE KO.as,* A. u., cargo, $6,630. Will be given for proof 13 convict Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All .

February nth at 7V o'clock -The citizens of Nassau countyfeel the one who destroyed the inboard persons liavine claims against the

mil fratC'flllilylnotl d to attend some apprehensions for the wel. on the 1 mile post near the estate of L. Billings, late of Nassau coun- DON' s.a
ty, are requested to present the amine prop-
fare of their cattle. Number are al. Rail Road shops. erly attested and all who are indebted. to

omee Hour. ready dicing from the -flVot8 of the W. F. SCOTT. tho estate will make payment to Paul -F
8-00 to 600r.rs F
iora A. M. llt8. CLIA BILLINGS, +
Registered Letters wot'and cold, and it in said that a wet Road Commissioner Administratrix. ,

-00 r. M ; and from 2:00 told February will result iu the loss Fernandina Dist I Fernandina Fla., 8th, 1881. 12- w
fundays from 10:30 lao NEW: ; AT
. 1 :
| (::.10 P. 1C of fully one third of the cattle in the
Port of Fernandina. City Tax Notice.The .
TURK OK THE MAILS.Ires . county. P. 8.-Every customer]
Tar ot
p'Yf'r8'oftbe city FnDJlDdlna are
daily I\t 10:80 A M. Tourists in search of sport would Exports for quarter ending December hereby notified tbd I will open my book for the present.
Ises 3:00 r M. collection of city tarn MMned for th. ymr 1880.
1'1" ao AM. find a trip down the Peninsular Railroad 31st, 1880: at my office on 3rd Meet in Block 9, Vebru.ry
** IStb, 1881. and mil keep open until the firrt day of
rs" 10.00AM. and across Urst.ge Luke exceedingly LUMBER: March after whiCh date will adrertlM and ...11 all NEW FALL
,'4 l1ill Jarl- Coast.. "e-Icet..........:. ..t..6,324.000"orcign property on which the tares are unpaid.
lid FrMnys at 2.30 r M. pL'a] +ant,* and remunerative ..... .. ........ .3,5.5gr8 TlTUNEk and Tax DULIXO.Manhill Collector..

Thursdays at 8:00 A M. Fi h and game abound, and can be -- rebraarr 4 h. 18S1. 11 tf IT THE POX
Total . ........ ...... .......9.899,32.8
/ifyidTLurelajufiOOA.- had without much trouble. The Total for previous three quarters
Last Notice to Tax-Payers.
M with the us bclorc reported..26,685,780
steamer Alpha connects .
1.1 Fridays at 2.30 p. M. -- I will visit the following places at the JJ & T
and 8I1t' It15 Voo A. M. train ,oil TuesdiysThured y" and Total for yen 1880..... .....!. .5&>.10$ time stated below, for the purpose of receiving -

lidVfduesUaj8, We also give our readers in this ;the State and County taxes assessed -
Saturday at 2:30 r. M. Siilurdayfl. forthe year 1880:

.L T nIl>J>tJ.L. P.M.Directory. I connection, the following comparative Odom' Branch..Monday February M tin
-Puck says"when you see man statement of the number vessels Kin1* Feiry.......Turtdny A.- 16ntptiniliothittn'i IS"AI Drv Goods, Clothing, Boo
1)unn'.Creek..Wedntdty
with of scissors iu his ..
a fancy pair
... 17"
entered and cleared at the Cus- Brandy Braneh..Friday Thonday 18" and Fancy Goods a
him down
vest pocket you may net caliehan..Saturday 19 "
I'KIHAN. tom House, for 1880, and 1879. The rt'aB..,..........Monday n IIOonei11t
editor AND BEST STOCK TO SEL
either THE LARGEST:
an or a dry-good
I).I)., Paitor Perrlcw at 11 at table includes only those vessels (morn'6)...ruell4"y 22'
|la.choIIl:1&. .. Prrerlm. BikenTllle 'n.Tuetdy SJ" CANNOT BE UNDEI
Utiaogrn and citlccnisCOfAL. cleik. If his clothes are good and offashioiuble entering and clearing and makes no Amelia ............Wedoewjay 23"
I
I cut, ho is not an editor." I will be nt my'office in Fernandina on UE77 GOODS received every week, so that our SttwjA
[ of arrivals of
account the steamers
Tuesdays Wedndays and Saturdays: when
Parlor flrr.ir..t 11 a. m. Tits is because HO many d< bt< ia LARGE STOCK Or
,../clio.; 8JOp. m. Wa and other vessels from ports within not on collecting tour in the country, until -
m. heaU five etr+nter. are backward about coming forwardto this district.VE1RKLS. March 1st, at which time my books will
tnnt04 to ahead settle be closed, and all property on which the PllrN1S., ?ER WES :1,
mo Lie. ENTERED, 1880: taxes remain unpaid will advertised.
f |'*.tor. etvle
|lilMD,4 Town-Hijb p.m.Veier.Uau ,and...mHT 01.. ruthless dectructiou of Number 260, Tonnage. .. ... 156,740 Pernandtna Feb. 5, 1881. DRESS GOODS. aH Block of LATEST ST

EPISCOPAL.ST intoxicated PORBION : In Circuit Court of Florida Fourth
lamps by cerium countrymen
\riot,firnloefat.... Wedneaday.venP 11 a. in. and. Number ,'58, Tonnage.. ..... 33,398 Judicial Nassau County. A large assortment of 1IOISERY GLOVES.
ry and) learn this week that
we -- Damasks, Undershirts and Drawers at great bargains.
11ST. has Total.,31 RISA STEWART, ) Speciul bargains
sane cqnally evil defjwsed party 189.139 lucky Jeans; aJull.8tock.
lor. Ben motilb.Itt 11.. IlL and ':30 been amusing him..eH destroying VK8SKU ctaARRD,1890. OLOXON STEW UT.WDERitts J
t I.SU p. m.i Coastwise. I I IC> I I IIJ
I i CUUIiriltS.Her. mile tile CPUlot road. foalcominhsi"ner ] It has been made to appear!
pi'StiOii ) Number 246, Tonuage.... .. .155,649 by affidavit filed in said CalC that the defendant
J. O. 1h'''*H GOODS speciality.A .
: GENTS' FUKNI5H1NQ a
.. nu 4 r.tn. and 7.30 p m.1'o"r I Scott liflTeis ten dollars FonJ.WN : Solomon Stewart resides out of '
A:or.o4 Wf'dD.la)', reward this issue for the the county of Nassau but withia chic 4th full lines of Latest Styles. Our DOLLAR 11111'
I in apprehenIlion Number 33, Tonmge. 24,363 Judicial Circuit, to-wit : in the county of Call and examine our Stock aud Prices before purchnsir1
[cops.1-r..... E.J. H.ooken of the p'rpetr"tora.Ve sin.c -- Baker in said Circuit, and that service Orders by mail promptly attended to.
I. fI'\.lr ..u''. ,::lit p. n t Total. 301 160.0U resident in New York fetal orders
cannot be mal him. Now buyer \
',.,or Meeting lVitedT. : rely hope they will be mud. upon on appHcntion Having
VYarELb1.'N14RkD 1679 : it is ordered that the said defendant York pricf'8.

Inl AUot..n,Ta>>lor.Hrrvier Hurrah forth.. FerirandinaLight Number 237, Tonnage..... ..U8, 97 d<. appear and answer the complaint 1U.4P.nlroduccd the of article FIVE CENT which 5 kava'nTRnR: tart, T
m. BumUjr-ee'iool film in this cause on or before the wft howaBKe variety
xrda.dar.at f Infantry They bnmght home the VESSELS CLEARED 1879: first Monday in March 01 the same. will pnr.e'. .
.. .
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*lIDoS 1.30 C* k.*L P m.tor Sun-ia Ser )l-'. piizc this time, beyond the ehadnw umbra Touuage .. ..... 147,760 be taken as confessed.. Nort
star W.dp...dny, at TI.JO Excess of IgSO over 1879 in arrivals .T. A. EDWARDS 83 Walker \ New
of dot'btmid said have
a ire to Clerk Circuit Court,

won it ei.ily. We congratulatethem G8 \' "ad"t and 40,542 tonnage. 11-4,, Nassau county.

ITAI.K.been- their and The above tables show an increasein
on success hope they Ovule ONR.IIALTTof
the business of the port of Forttandina -
will it often. The Nassau
prevalent it-peal the male portion of the American people
It a to. 'el'llaudina Lig'.t Artillery art alo said to have of nealty 30 per cent over 45 years of age suffer more or lees with

the previous and should bo exceedingly diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.
done fine but had year
drilling ;
Hume no ;
TLere various for tnls but
are causes ovet- "I RATE BA
r [at Counter hope of faking the prize. The gratifying to those feeling work is the chief cause Nothing in the ,A ?; 4WladowwW
an interest in the city. The lumber whole Materia Medica la so well calculatedto
'ire the
to Light Infantry amounts
New York Store pi invigorate and restore healthy tone to
to 150.: ports alone from this port represent these organs as Rankin's Compound Extract
[knigh,, market half a million of dollar. for the : of Iluchu and Juniper. A few doses

Oil hi... His disirkably -Prof. Grimmer, who is the grimmest taken occasionally will greatly benefit all
R
past year. those who are afflicted with any disease IRON
fine. prophet we ever read, says that .. of tue Kidney or Bliulder. tip

action! from 1881 to 1887, America will lose Charier nOMe Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin & Lamar f

bonnier at Paul fillcen millions of inhabitants by Druggists! and tor sale by JNO. L. Lnmbe lk'
: CLAY, Fernnndina, Fb.Aul .

Jtoie.ruou. plague, pestilence and (,mint'. Think The Wallace Sisters loch, Troup Co., Ga.,July, 1878.I . CORN

in its en- of thin, oh vo delinquent, and reflect POOK CIUBLKY Ros {Never in' am one ot the unfortunate sufferers i
from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys and
daily as Flori- Out will nlmont thu whole range ol tictio-n. was anything
| you may, nay, certainly find more and speedier relief from Ran.. washers,&c.,
n boast Of. form one of that number. Ate more mysterious than the abluclion <> kin's Buchu and Juniper than anything I w t .

and1 concealment of this have ever tried. I esteem it so highly t
ilrly )prepared to enter eternity with child-with the exception of the that were there bu one bottle in the world BAY ST

'; style lor tl that liuleliH unpvid ? Hasten Brecher-Tillon care, and the Nathan would willingly Jive $100.or any amountfor
it. I recommend it above nil other
' while there is yet time, come forward murder, nothing h..s.o agitated the similar preparations. E. WINN..

UItK STORK.BJ aud Bottle and renew your subscription 4 public mind for years. The most

t''' in thistUI'Il'erR. for another We ,,'iIl', gtrliigvnt search, conducted by the Columbus Ga, Apr. 12. 1878. IRON INO B ..A1',
year.
most experienced detectives, has DR. C. J. MOFTBTT-Dear Sir-My wife
| run the chsnces of the first year, at -hitherto failed in bringing this mystery and myself are satisfied that the life of our .
a they will teething babe was saved by the use of your r :
1 any rate. of mysteries to light, and the _d ; V1
Teethina (Teething Powders), when other i
I I tragic death of his abductors, coupled: remedies had lulled to relieve him. We V V I1
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Reader when visit
deI you town, i with the cUllfcllli"lI or(nieof themKtmI have been delighted with the' speedy and .. I ? '
I don't fail to call at Paul Funke'a I brings UK nearer the t'ne1.rrrlltb permanent relief given <>n<*. of our children 'V ?l, VV

Funke'scontinue II I Now York Store on Second I'lret.t. !I ill indeid stranger than fiction. YetI from severe attack of cholera morbus.
Teethina is indispensable to us, and shouldbe
I north of centre, lIilll\oc\: always I: the story of this |'oor child.hioh. kept by all parents having small chil-,

a large and is replenished weekly II I equals, if it doe not surpass the dren. Respectfully, etc.: t -

lls weekly wildest ronunue, may, it t.bel facts JK33EB.VRIGUT, ,
j r a larger Mr. Fuuke, however, is twj well j; nhould ever be discovered, prove to *" Foreman EnquirerSun.For .
: Sale
byJNO, L. CLAY. 10-
known to require recommendation I. be very similar to John Broughmin'iihighly
pn'arity.rated ] .
i irons us. He makes It a pait of his : wnitional drama of ".Minj :1 '; /ppii'

near j i nie' Luck or the and down Notice.
business to all. the ; up
Bye
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|*tei.m>hipj Mr. Funke's 'three cent counter is '''U f.New York Life; which is now U.NTTKO. STATES LAXD OYraaine.vlllc ro V

o [idly nesr- !I: iM-ing played to crowded houses, x
; till the only one in town. 1|' thruu clout sections of the United Notice is hereby given tha x'g

's" -In h<* report to lIon. W. P. Hais- I I I' States l.y those ,brilliant and aecom day at 9 the o'clock.second A.it day;we of shall Mari I- V !aa7 r

r'.l ley Superintendent uf Public Instruetion :''i plished young artist, the Wallace receive cash application*:!a
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which &iHteri Jtiiniu and Maud. The heroine less than dollar and
tee nee tw e. ,: ' ,
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I't I onr efficient Superintendent tot the story, who, _stolen from per acre, for the. West 11 1 1 i f1f

I 4 IRK STOKEr I of Schools make the followinggratifying ,motives of levenge, toes through' in Twenty-four Township East.Three, Nor L. .' ,, 1-

r I exhibit : !!I.I. a.t'rlt'I of the mart exciting adventure ;oats F. ROLUSS, f V h a

il''e'p' 1' ( reiuuii- Two yearn ago the public schools *, is personated by Miss Jennie Receiver. f 1 k 1'V.

tailroall liy Wallace, the 8i"r of .the trou ,ti.- a esi1 \:;
I in the numbered
looked upon couuty thirty-nix ; Her ti'ret.apd'. musical 't oit p:; mndinching __ _yv '
i last! yearlhe 'number was increased Wd nituinrr ..HonsekeeStoye's rsl
> .4ttrriating, ., ,,., .
J to thirty-eight, nnd now we have impart; a twt>n [hood Wonrlttit alN'i
f.trty.t".o. During this time five draracter/wKteh cpoWtfot bc.eijualvJt "
ik 1iture dr- trr lateir ,
school home have have been ercted by the'tnost'expeneuce44a \rt/l8
hitg Dry 1 nut U. red%wi ith'' her DUural a vantage wllerafntli0. Son s.i s.
lit -all by private means. These i : C 0- i
strictlyplics *. filer lii"tcrMaud, liyj 1 her : i
> schools have accomplished a great; i
byre
liveliness aftd the spirit athl vim rarnvInlt I
a t>np |>3fHl already, and the system is becoming 'vhich she throws jiltohtr"atpeciaf; ryv' $ fi

d I' more effective every year. itieh, iii welcome" relief to the sadder ''i "i I ,VV.P ,
abode t portion of the play. 't'hesctors b VV V
t'8
Mtny of our people were Knee eitherppom.ilt r M 4qresaa
who "ufJJ Ort them are .all ,artist of -
_ i t'' puttirijj ( or altogether indifferent, ability and selected regardless of ex- )arm ;iy i. "'1 t ll
nfl iI we to the education of their children ,
_ ; from the brit theatres in the DOWEL Y

lou be a. ;; but HOHwtienmiii, away out in the Unite-1 State, for the it particular ii. AdvertTflutoecft 'i'iIi

I i jbickvrood* who cannot read and adaption to tbe rol.s they represent.

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I ,1 E Y, Editor &. Publisher ForCOUCHS COLDS. BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, : I
PNEUMONIA, CONSUMPTION and
all Diseases of the THROAT,
CHEST and LUNGS.

;' -0erti .. Ra. alwnys been one of the most important w"ipon wielded
by the MEDICAL FACULTY ncainut the .nt'mnrhmentnt of
t"Ili ICm' OALM OF f T9LU IOTJOH3, >d.BKOX.UHiri9, ASTHMA SORE THROAT HSTALLIC C"Vooilen
; CONSUMPTION in iulnrivient and advanced atitgcs and AI dtaea.n r
of the THROAT.VnM)"r ant LUNGS but it ha. never been so admntazmmsly compounded as in \ CoiTind w
II : mb'jrlk the celebrated TOLD ROCK end RYE. In addition to the soothing Balstnvc properties, it affords a l
diffusive itimclant and tonio..to fcuild up the System after the Cough hue been relieved. White Metal an l
in MetiU[ l :Statfl Trimmings

[ Over 1,000,000 Bottles Consumed. Annually CONSTANTLY, P:

Bodies washed ar

t u ui Extract from Report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Preserved until ttj

" =' i -0- TaXiltRY DEPA TX1ICT.OrriOK OF I.AL Rn&MB s' I without the use of i
II t Washington D.C.. Jau. 2nth,1PS9. j
Vra... LAWRECC7E&MARTIVChicato. III. Remains exhume
TER1lIS.y. ir.srLKMFn: The TOLU R0 k and RYE compounded according to the fo.mu'a ha a .ut& q.auuq'..f the BALSAM of TOLU to give It all the advantages iwcrihed in )W'c'ornc.mp1a1nts.,and
rendering it an agreeable rem.dy to the pa'isnt. It may be property 1.i..e4 a* a Medic'nal preparation Telegraphic ore
under the proviHioni of th.U.S. Revised Btatatei, and when w> ,tamped m'v bonoM by Drninri,
One Year,' s 2..oo Oraer.nordealoii.and O'hfr Persons Yours WITHOUT.Re."pe'trullv RESUERISQ THEM. LIABLE TO tAY SFECIALTAXa* AVrrENDA2th&L!

[Signed) GJ-IiKEIV: R. Bt7A.>t, Commi..loDProflnt.rnsl Re fnue.
Six IVIonths 1.00
py. --

Don't be deceived by nnr 'neiplfd dealers who try to palm off upon
py, Three Months, .,:'i0 CAUTION!I Rye m place of ourToLU R'CK and RYE. which the ONLY MEDICATED
article m.de-Ihe genuine tearing the iignnture. LAWXKKCE it MIHTIM,f n the Proprietcry Q Ternment
THE FERNANDINA EXPRESS. Stamp,n each bottle
PUT UP IN QTJAE7 SIZE BOTTLES FOB FA1CLY TJSS. tIut'O.OUTU.

i' FEEXAXDINA, FLORIDA. LA,%'ft I XCE & MARTIN, Proprietors, Chicago, 111., and No. 6, aral\y Street. SIAH3SS.IFernandna | No-'
New York. i 1\lloi

Sold t'y DRUGGISTS, GROCERS nnd HEALERS llTcrjivherc. :IAq. L

EE BOOKS TO SUBSCRIBERS0 DYERS BROS., Savannah Georgia, Wholesale Agents for Florida. Ro4< .... IH-W.JA.MlOIIltrt'i ]111

SAN BORN and HOYT. Agents for Nassau County. 10-ly l.'"''' ''n......+lljlllllil mbutton.
.......IM-Jolir'' s
- BnMwin.....| s::sj ll:
Mizville...." i 2-
made club RICE PLANTATION FOR SALE. I .LnwtevJMS! tt'Ot; 2:
arrangements to the FERNANDINA EXPRESS with PATENTS Gent L'e..I I 1.11' 3I :
the" I Mirk..... .... '
CINCINNATI WEEKLY COMMERCIAL that 3IT 3:
we announce we will fur- i Tb.tr..0".... ,-14 3"
Fat nMi the Fernandiua Expr-fs and the Cincinnati Weekly Cmmnletcial.a The Following Farms. situated (ianlt..9vit'e..i.. 1 .1/1, ..;.
obtained for for improvements i 4:5 a.'
inventions
new or :
lit- large, 8-pane, 56-coluran Family Newspaper one for $3.00. and rreilordo.... |14:24'I"n
year, ;
in old ones Caveats Infringe. on the Great Satilla Hirer, thirty miles I .. .. .
frceress. will give as a prize to each yearly pub..criber under this clubbing arrangement ments, Trade-Marks and all patent business from St. Andrew's Sound, are offered for Archer Button...... \ .i:4t.r.9' e:1 t-;

any one hook he may select from the following famous promptly attended to. sale at very low rates : llrons.'n.1'4': .':
.
O'trr Creut, l I 1:41't: ;:
wotka-postage paid and free of all cost-the books fo-ing Harptr's INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN ONE RICE PLANTATION, containing nn.'oM.... 1I:3. s::
REJECTED may still, in most cases be 518 acres tip acres under bnnks. The C!JarKy.: .l' 9:101'3crnn
let. Editions, unabridged" beautifully printed on good paper, in papercovers .patented by us. Being opposite the U. S. improvements consist of a large ham tndlaborers'
: Patent Office and ensured in PATENT houses all in good rrp'iir.
BUSINESS; EXCLUSIVELY, we ran secure ONE RICE PLANTATION. knoT.-n
1. "Jane Eyre the famous covel which made Charlotte BrOnft'sfamp. ; as
Bonht for. ,
AT FKKNANIUN.I
; patents in less time than those who the "Ashley Place'* (containing. acres

,elf as nhowfonablc. are remote finra Washington. 50 acres under cultivation tliU year. From Wflat..Iiruii..wwk... .... . Anti. .i
2. "The Days .of Pompeii," Bulwer's historical romance of un'versal) When Inventors scud model or sketch ONE RICE PLANTATION, known ns F..r Er-rgi.k and tlyeat
Gc-n- we make search in the Patent Office, and Iemphrt'tl's Wand" 470 acres. Splendidmill ........... .
popularity, the most fascinating of his productions.
Jut oli what advise as to its patent-ability tree of charge. site. fiTKAMKHPIFrom
3. "John Halifax, Gentleman," Miss Mulock's masterpeice; a story Correspondence confidential; fees re isonuble ONE COTTON PLANTATION, containing S..I1.'hn.1 ('J\|
you find her of the sorrows'and triumph associated with low births and ; and, NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT 422 acres. This place contains a For "

tad womanly. iron fortune. I IS OBTAINED. large dwelling house Front S>. Mar"STKAMKK. River

Courier iT those 4. "The Posthumous Papers of the Pick".'ick Club." the work that Postmaster We refer and by to permission tlw Superintendent: to the City of For further particulars JNO.-A. addrw. For hy 8t.an,Mtrjt) Iunday River LTbunJA1.

were woman. gave Charles Dickens :ass celebrity! ; the most numerous and J the Post Office Money Order Division in WHITNEY.Fla.: .
Washington. For ,' 'ei.il refennee circular AT BAI.nWIV.--FI I
p -
tv.o thOU always the most popular of his books. ---'--
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y.mr For Jackwnviil..TarsalFrom
!
advice, terms &1>., address
tshu'll Clot ask 5 "The History ot a Crime." By Victor Hugo. The terrible narrative C. A. :\oW & CO., Savannah Fla., & Western R. R. j.k";; >oi'>Tilie,TolLlAT

firstclassnecessary by the French poet, novelist and historian of the Crimeof Opposite Patent Oflirr,Washington. D. C., ........... .. .. .
or n OEN'L SUPEIJISTENL'FTST'SOFFICK )
Louis Napoleon l in strangling the liber' ies of his country. -- ---- SAVANNAH Miir. 13. 18SO. f dresses
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l"inll'le Line fur G. "He': ly Esmond.;' A novel. By \Vm. M 'fhack rnJ.-tJIt"IU08L r PAUL FUNK'SNovi O N AND .U'TEHseXD.\ Mir. 14th We-ln
S with artistic, popular and charachrisiic of the works ot the wisest Passenger Trains on t his Road w ill run Thur-t Line:Ay fur and On'S"I'UJAT a| t"

H::: to frown upon) novelist of this time I us follows: NIGHT EXPRESS.Lfu CKU.XK K5Y.A -

keep everythingcy 7. t'Eutht'n'By AIf'x'OI.tt'rVilJiam Kingl.ike. One of the mOht York Store \c Savannah daily at 4:30 p in 1'. Cu'
narratives .\rr'",c at Je > iKily ut 7:00 inAnivc For K.; Wtut nn.l '!I&\| , 'a'. ,
aiii
parlor and elnnning writtt full of p
ever n ; (ten-pictures of'1ife in j Tlioniiisvillt nr"iliT -"d KiitUy.For .
I at : : daily at 0-i5 a In
e .when'you the East, iacfiTnihgvjitlunn'blcaccoiintd: of personal xperiences TERNANDINA. Fl.A. Arrive at Dll nbri.l,;;c dnilj Jit 940" m I .Key I SHlnrrtny.Wr %nlan.
in Egypt.and the llol baud, Arrive Albuny .I. jh' at 102m; For S." Pr'ema. ?rrirSTPAfEI

It Mirnai I jt the Plague in London. By Danitl Defoe author -0- Arrive at Live O ik duly nt 2:00 a m : i
Arrive lit Tullabiuisi-e daily at 7W a m From MAnilea and T&|
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u ainscn Crusoe." The true history, by one of the moat CLOTHING Arrive nt .hlcksonville'daily at 7:50 a in For '

ruistu-d writers in our language; of the mysterious and Leave Talljhussw daily at fifO p in J AKNV
visitation of the Ltaave.1icksonville daily at !)::JO p in t AND 1IOBILE
Plague to England.
DRY COODS
Leave Live Oak daily at 11:15 pin '1r.ATaa 'r.4TA..LA
Wordsworth." Chnsm and edited by Matthew. Leave Albany daily ut 4:00: p in "

.' The most pnpu'ar( and street edition; of the works BOOTS AND SHOES, Irftivt Riinliri'liie: daily at -::IIJ p in OY and. ."ftrr Yond
I oa tbls rnI'or.cnger
Leave TIt not' viik daily at 7:3; p in
[.f'EtigUt.d's gieaU'ft putts, whose writings owe their 7 rill
lye KSdl Leave jcssup daily at Gao 1m I
: : Ubirgely to the excellent-: :: ii"dersfanding they display HATS AID CAPS. Arrive at Savannah: daily at Dtum !: Lava.. r'P'trtahoeeQulnrr. ..

t k,1 ra [iment and fcenery (If c01ntr.Jft'. ; --o-- ;s') change ot cars between Savannah and Arrlre al T..1I..lla

yT -s J'JEnglMi Men of Letter [in out-]. 1. Robert Having just pim-IuHeil in New York ]at'ksnn'illt'lnll Pullman P.ilnce Savannah Sleeping and Cars Albany.daily between I. leave'reaaharreLtare 1t'a.ti.'e'in

h Jsmith. 3. John Bunyan. Of these volumes'hi a large and well assorted stock below Savitnii'ih and Jacksonville. I.J..O."n.l1l...,..." M. dtaonArrie .

Shairp. the second by William murk, tht cost, 1 am prepared to rct.iil B i wholesale Sleeping cars run through to anJ from .. at q L.ve, tr.at
third hy James A. Froude. prices which will Savannah and Albany. ., Tbtom..n r.nra
at
t e distinguished : Tlictlrtjant Sltcpi'l.nnd Parlor Coicli- I .. .
RtIb.ny.
\alming.book than these three tinrvelons biol csoftlie Huiala line daily between Montgomery Leave v 11/1 CrtyArnv.
gal Defy Competition. AIL and Jacksonville I ", R.I.!,.'
without
>eeu iSl llIoOd in modern tlm 's. II A rn v..a J.ckaeArrtvet

ii, '' l Sear JfieSe books comprise a wide range and strikhg i - change Passengers from g ivannalr for F ,rnan- at Uaine F.a

1111; Jrilliant. and pleasing productions of modern anfs dinu. aincsvillc and Cedf.r Keys take this .. al CedarPaaenger

M Travels, Biography and History-so that all Great reduction in train.

I Ted and each subscriber will b embarrassed d only Passengers for Darien tike this train. Leave Iave F.rna1 J.'OI"
from Savannah
ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. Passengers tor Knms-
Leave Om.s
the variety in selecting his favorite book for a FREE wick t"ke this train, arriving at Brunswick UAU I'd.r
0-. 6:00a.: m. I.euve B.idv

Ions payable in'adcance, and the Free Prize Book mu t be Best Calica Prints Passencers leaving Macon at-7:15 1\. m. tLek.Leave.aavatL..v. .
yr. (daily icl'ding Sunday) ronnect at Jessup Lira
IVf'fl [he time the paper is subscribed for. with this train for Florida. Leap )tad

'own coping of ihe Cincinnati Weekly Commercial may beAddressingM. 5 TO 6 CTS. PER YARD. Passengers from Florida by this train I ,Leave !Or.Leare fur".
connect at Jessuo with train arriving in Am'. atIA.Tw
HALSTEAD & Co.
Proprietor Commercial --- Macon at CJ25 D. m. (daily incl'dingSundHy) TallLeave ;
ii '., and free -specimen copies of the Express can be ob- Connect at Albany with Passenger trains -.I Arnve art flu f

sing JNO. A. WHITNEY, Fernundina, Fla. Best Gingham". I Ii both ways on Southwestern Hailroad to j St. Narb II ;
i and from Macon, Enfaula, Montgomery I I --
qIIt5' I 10 CTS. PER YARD. I Iit Mobile, New Orleans, f tc. Lear.APTI.T..
$toII a Mail steamer leaves Bainhridge tor Apalachicola 1.e..,.t3t iArTIeS

I -- every Sunday and Thursday eve. Y" :1
o Il4I For Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday w..lru.F c
i DAVIS'VECETABLE Gents Clothing and furnishing goods a afternoon. and :
{ IIII Close connection at Jacksonville dRily
J Sundays excepted<< ) for bt. Augustine Palutka .
'
tltiy .
r44 4I WHOLESALE( PRICS.0 ( Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, !.oRlC1r.
I and all landings on the St John's Uiver.
Trains on B. and A. R. H.leave junction. t
1t - II lJMiOv6i.r
lP 3 11 going west at 1 :37 a. m..and for Brunswick -
,1t'I II I IF KILLERVEQETABLE All otLer goods at minimum at 4:40 p. rn., daily except Sunday. j I
Through Tickets< sold and Sleepia: Car
PRICES TO SUIT THE Berths secured at Bren'a Ticket Ollicp-,
9n I REMEDY I No. 2i Bull street, and at Atla..tic and

I='1 and External ON, TIMESAT : Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot.ACCOMMODATION" I Ida
r TRAINS-KAST- I
1 I eues; for which It b recommended -I tsars '
"1 Y SAFE la the hud ttiprienc I ERN DIVISION. ; Lave Bn IirrfT '-w-fc'"
0. at j
lull'r pfd d enms. r PAUL iOJNKE'S Leave Savannah,Sundays ex'd at 7:00" m L-.T. Lit itrwfij AIie
ir, it"III" t, I Arrive at McIntosh 9:39 a m Arrive alA
remedy for COTJOHS. SORE ,.
it rfl"" etArFITeat
,'x 9 s filar trnatde; afford (nil*** nUtf I i I Arrive at Jessnp 12:20 m l lLro.
,I", ,N a 1 IPUTHERL4. and If the beat NEW YORK STORE Arrive at Bhckshear 2:40 p luj ... saesie P
.TIS1x and I4ECRALGLA.I j I Arrive a Dupont 6:25 pn .... Alt 1
"I .r I Leave Dupont .1 ;) 20 1.lv.TI&" '
I MOST WIDELY KNOWN Fernandma Fla. : a m t
LearefJra
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, a% I IN THE WORLD. I I Lave Blackshear 9:10 am Lra T. take 1;
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Leave Jessup 12:50 p m ( Le.T" B.IdAirtre .
a 3r lerfml tmcttmu H -- I Leave McIntosh II. :110 p ni at J W''h

o I I y jrl 6 DLA&BOCCA lea Y : Arrive at Savannah 5:40 p nii On Lailthrough
liino
WESTERN DIVISION.
'I LUCM Sl
I: LcnveJuponl (:Sundays ex'd.) at 7:30 a mLeave J<6I1I11'111" ,., '!!:i\-\
PE'CONTANT
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CLIMATES.a Leave Quitman lt:43am 11.....I'll 1ii1: "I
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y h he47 Leave Camilla 5:24 p m ,f; .
X-"e Bak: j.'
y't'N Arrive at Albany .. 750 p m Arr5f JM* 'l '
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'', Is a perfect BLOOD FUXITIU. and 1* the Camilla ajn P'...eap ., M"
,*i,I. '151 ., !: -;; eu., enrr purely VIGTTABLX remedy known to td- Leave Thomasrille 1:15a m th.tr"lft. ,
I Arrive at Mfr2u
d Drdee.rtt ,enee.that baa made radial and PnutjjrErrCna a m hIltby.I .
l BrraoB ana ScsomA ta all their Leave 'I bomasville w TiSo a m I Cc.I1r..t
1tT: iti wTJ Leave "
.teL Qnitroan 1:10 p m t.om c.'btJ. |
tit d .'M I l vl ?'> bilk 5k.and31.00f'W trod 21. Rio. It thoroughly rtmoTM mercury from ttyttem Leave VaUosta I. 3.(3 ., m P. x1 ,; .:.
v- l I.E I.. ; It KU VM the cfonlc 01 mereurlalrk. Arrive at D.ipint -. '5:4500. vanult.'v
-" .iu>atUmaad. speedily can all akin dig J S. Tyson, Master of TraMportiHon. i Till.with I., .;I'J

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