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: February 10, 1883
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: VID00121
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 Pensacbla has again been.vis. (and I do further:declare that Cheater Notice to
Express. "
I IsU'aILDAY. lied by'thefiretiend; though XortaiMtLly A. Arthur; of lhs State of New All persons has l ai

York, h'aving ,received a majority of estate of L. Billings ) '
FEBRUARY 1:. '8 8.Subscription the :'conSagrathtn was not so the vote ot the,"whole number of ty are requested to pr? :
wide sprt'2u1. Lo aboot.'l OOO. erly attested, and all wbr
? elwlon i is duly elected' VictT-Presii
I the estate will make paym

Oa copy,one year lu.advance Price.......:........$2.00 The.Three; Cent, Counter'. .'d.cnt pT the United' States: fur fourS'arsf 'MBS.! sELLA':Bn
On copy,six month in tdTtnre............. 1.00 I ia Pauf Fuukea New.lYork Store.Ve' commencing on the 4th of AduiinistlPernandina
Onecaprthmmonthr in advarcx............ .CO . : 1881 : Fla., 8th, 1881.
The X will be placed on the .u riher'l paper '.,< ;
three coDMCutto numbers before the subscription -\ notice some improvementsbeing .

exylm. made.on.thc.... McDermott prop. Wreck.-" ".on., the Gulf. City Tax Notice. ....

Bahr of AdvertisingsOB erty cornerCentre and Third streets. We., learn .from C. W. Maxwell, The Tax Payers of the city of Fenuudlna Whereby
.aquas of 8 line or leta,one tn.erttonIL00Each.4dittonM :, notified that I will open my books,for th.
Insertion........... ........... .SO New fences new paint etc make a that the steamer. Josephine of Mor- collection of city taxes assessed for the year 1880. i I
A liberal deduction from the above rates will be at my office,on 3rd street in Block 9, February
made with thin who advertise by tile quarter, six vast difference in the appearance of gans line, which lejt"Cedar Key for 16th 1881 and will keep open until the first day of 1 :k
tnomthtor March,after WhICh date will advertise and sell all
Editorial year.Votieet Are'cent per line for each andTerr premise New Orleans on Saturday last was property on which the,taxes are unpaid. .. Good eft'
insertion. TURNER DULIXG.I
e Tile Three Cent 'Counter wrecked in a severe gale.on the Gulf. Marshull and Tax Collector.' STANDARD
February 4th. 1881. 11 U GI1.-GllAMS.... =
Notice. i ix at Paul Kunkc'd Xt-w Turk Store All on board were saved, but the vessel Bleached and Erq s

Th.form of the FMUUKMVA Expaicm are cloned is a total wreck. Last Notice to Tax-Payers. .... JEANS......... t''?
-The of the Gent and Lodi
semi-weekly trips ,
on Friday morning: at 10 o'clock. Advertiwri will
The storm was.general along the I will visit thu following places at the
please take notice and Ileum themselves accordingly steamer J Ifi,13 art' ip|'ri-triated by 4 S'P'1r1STER
-, .coastand.resu1t.edn time stated below for:the purpose of re::
the travvluig i>ub.r.| She ,always great damage, setting :the State and _County taxes as:
m.. ule. carries ; nutnln r ut" passengers.The to docks, houses etc'. A large part of sensed for the year t88O?#* .. ..* . -** ''f SUITS wh "
A rrttular communication of Amelia Lodge. :t l.irie :1' Outturn made SVI.
No.47, F. t J.. M.will be held on Monduyerenlng New Orleans has been inundated Odom's Branch....Monday February 14 1881Kings
Sea is
route rapidly growing Feiry.Tuesday 15-
Feb. Hth at 7:30 o'clockabarp. ,.
Transient brethren are fraternallTinvited and much damage was done at Pen- Dunn's Creek.......We in ] bothalD...,. 17 !'
to att nd. W. F. 8COTT, W. M. favor. Jlg n Thursday
..... to 13 +;
sacola. ; Brandy Branch Friday 18" s
A. W. LOIMIKX See. 6tt. .... ... .' "
Callahan ... ..Saturday 10
Putnam .
-Tho County Jbt.runl . Hart's Koa-.........Monday 21 ".
NASSAU CHAPTER:SO. 2S. K. A. M., a new candidate for public favor An Evening of .Sacred Song Cunerille Bakersrllle(morn'g( )...rue day t;*+*":--fl.. 21"J4 -i t 1
Kwrnlar: meeting February 17th at 7}{ o'clock reached our office this week for the With Mr. Phillips and Son. Amelia ............WedtirsOay 23"
Transient Cumpanloiii fraternally: invited to This distinguished vocalist and I will bo at my office in Fernandina on
time. The Journal is ,
first publishedat Tuesdays Wednaays and Saturdays when

Pout omee Hour Palatka by Mr. S. U. Harrington author of music, aided by his giftedson nut on collecting tour in the.countryun-

17 From 8:00 to 6:00 and rank will give an evening oi sacred til March 1st at which time my books will ?
O.fce wr*- A. M. p. promises to jnnont the l leading be closcd. and all property on whichjUio ..
M. Money Orders and Registered Letters Florida .- song, at .the Methodist. church in L taxes remain unpaid will advertised..
from 8:00 A.x. (a l.-OO p. K.; andfrom 2:00 ,
F. SCOTT Collector.
Fernandina i W.
12th hist ,
on Saturday ,
P. )I. to 8:30 P. M. Sundays from 10:30' to
Thompson proprietor of the FernancUno,.Feb. 5, 1881. NEW
11:30 A. 1d. and 3:30 to 4:80 p. u. : commencing at.8 o'clock. All should
House St. informsus ,.
Spencer at Mary's I
ARRIVAL AXD EEPAUTUEK OF THE MAILS. i hear him ; he has-cheered all Christendom In Circuit. Court. of Florida, FourthJudicial ? S.-Every
Northern J/ofl-Arrives daily at 10:30 A M.Closes that visitors are beginning to appreciate Nassau'County. cgs
3:00 P M. the atlractions.of that ancient with the power oi, sacred ; present. .., ..-..
Southern MiX 3:30 :and in ''IIiJia'a other RISA'STKWABT- ) ,
A M. song u places
Closes 10:00AM. town. We are pleased to learn that !t vaJi } Bill r divorce.
melted the heart _of :the heathen inlo'tendernt'88. SOLOMON STEW:UT. J NETAHAT
St. M
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p M. I . _,. by affidavit filed in said case that the de-
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00 A M. success achieved. by Mr. \Vallace'Sllters.. / fendant Solomon Stewart, resides out of TSE POP

fX Mares, Oa. only- A. B. Noyes in the erection, of a conCrete : eTheatergoera'have the county of Nassau, but within ehe 4th
Judicial to-wit in the of
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 A. M. resilience, will no doubt encou- Circuit : county
had : in said
." and 2:30 ample opportunitiesoi Baker Circuit and that service .A
Tuesdays Fridays at p. M. :
others to utilize this durable cannot be made him. Now On -
Wednesdays and Sat'dav 9:00 A. M. age ma pandering their tastes upon application
it is ordered that the said defendant
Closes Tuesdays and Wednesdays, terial. When Mr. Q) 0
completed Noyes' for the play this week. The Wallace do appear' and answer the com-
Fridays and Saturday: ut 2:30 p. M.
residence will present an extremelyneat Sisters tbeee plaint filed in this cause on or before the
gave performances -
first Monday In March 01 the- same will
and tasty appearance. all of Which I Dry Goods CIo
we understand, be taken as confessed. ,

Directory.rBESBYTKBIAL -Phillip Phillips, assisscd by his were well- attended. The troupe Clerk J. A.Circuit EDWARDS Court and Fancy JJ

son gives a sacred concert at the possesses a fair share of talent, and 11-4w Nassau county.

Rev. J. n. Mrrra, D.D.,Fartar. Service at 11a. M. E. Church this evening, A rare their performances were much en- THE LARGEST: AND BEST STO(
m.and 'p. m. Suuday-echnol 9:15 a. m. Prayer CANNOT]
Uretint Thursday,I |i. m. Bt-anjpni and ciUteni treat is in store for those who at- joyed. They will doubtless meet OVER ONEHALFof

are cordially inviied.EPISCOPAL. lend. Tickets can be obtained at with success throughout the State. the 45 male years portion of age suffer of the more American or less with people NEW GOODS received _every week, s

Ber. O.P.Tbacaara.Partor. aert 11 s.m.. W. F. Wood, J 1'[+., stationery store. Jennie and Maud are stars of magnitude diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. -A LARt
Prayer at 4< p. m. Hundav-echooi 3:30 p. m. Wekday
There various for but
arc causes this ovet-
.Mrvle k'Friday. p. m. Seats fn-e. Stranger and are well
Mr. John supported.
late senior
Streety work is the chief in the
oj o\ cordially in lte>l t-i attend. .. cause. Nothing
CATHOLIC. partner of the firm of Streety & Bro., Murder- at 9IadUon.- whole Matcm Medica is so well calculatedto
Be. J. O'Borl'', Pa tor. &-I\I..f'II at OM Town invigorate and restore healthy tone to From 5
-ktaa at I a. m. At Nrw Town-Hirh Maw. Andk..a.1t:311a.mCatechl.m.4 left on Wednesday last to engage in We learn from the Union of these organs as Rankin's Compound:Extract ct I
p.mVe.pers.7:30 p.ra of Buchu and Juniper. A few doses
buiiiiuts Lake
al Citv. Mr.
METHODI8T EPISCOPAL. Streetyis Thursday last, that Mr. Frank Patterson taken occasionally will greatly benefit all DRESS COODS.-A full oc.nfA <

H... J. Atone. PMtor.Hcrriora at 11 a. m. and a competent workman, and an engaging estimable of those who are afflicted with any disease >
,7:10 f. .. Pitjcr Meeting every Wednesday even young man large assortment of BOISE
(.'e'Mk. and obliging gentleman W cf tne Kidney or Bladder. .
lag at u Damasks Undershirts and
Madison jforv
RAPflST.K was murdeied on Tuesdaylast Prepared only by Hunt Rankin & Lamar ,
.... H. M. KBK Pastor. 8wr W on th.Brut and commend him to the good people of by a negro de-perado named Druggists: and tor sale by JNO. L; tucky Jeans. a full stocfcGENTS' 1
sued Bundav In each month at 11 a.m. and 7:3J
p.B. eaaday.Fhctetasop.m. Lake City. Charles .Savage. From the testimony CLAY Fernandinn', Fla, lei
COLORED CrtUKCRES.TVioifff Anttoch Troup Co., Ga.;July 41878.
JfrrtedM F.p M j>a/.-K v. J. O. Howard -We see by posters that the excursion of eyewitnesses. ;.it would wm I am one ot the unfortunate sufferers ass
I'atUr.- Bert let* at II a. m.. 4",.in. and ::10 p. m. to Orange Luke has been that the \murderwa' # ntiprovoked.The from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys and
< .fcd T- ehool V a.m. Player Meeting WtNln* ( find more and ,speedier relief from Han. A fnlCa
,.. '
at T *'ol k. pontpoticd until the 17lh occurred :'
difficulty hi:thu Courtroom kin's Burhu and Jumper thrAanythrog. I '
J/HMM KMkodM Z;";weo ot.-IU-V. E.J. Urookeni:
rador. rrrvlcr' 11 a. n3 p lu.and 7:30; p. m.Saadayochool in!'t. Parlies will find this exceedingly where Iei4iiriony was.J Being have ever tried' Ifest.eeml so highly I
t..m. Piayrr Meeting Wednesday that were there bu one bottle iiAhe worldI
at T o'clock. interesting nip, and will hive nn taken in the contested election case would willingly give $100.or an amount

.. Pu-tt 8aptiaf.-Rec.John A11.1oe,1'aslor. B"l'\"lc'll opportunity oi Bering some of the of IJisbt-e vs. Exc.lenient for it. I recommend it,above alpt .a
al 11 ".TIL, a p. m. and 7:3U p.>> m. Hund "- rlioolf Finley. ;,'c,
a. m.. Prayer Meetlnf 7 o'clock. finest lands in the State. ran !high and it was found similar preparations. E. T:'WI '
Jbmut Jrapf << .-Uev. Levis Cook Pastor Sot vi- necessary M
.r. at 11 s. ta.,a p. ra. and 7:30 p. m. Sun.Uy- -\\ e have received the first issue to order out the mihtia.! Threats'of Columbus Ga., Apr. 12
..b.ul9a.w.. Prayer MeetiBf VVedneMlay at 7 DR. C. J. MOFKETT-Dear Sir SI
o'cluck. of a new journal l, the Economist, published lynching were rife, but quiet is now and myself are satisfied that the lifj: V t d Mss.,Pr

uiTallahntisee, edited by Judge restored. .., teething babe was saved by then "
TOWX TALK. .. Teethina. (Teething Powders),
li. H. Hilton. Ad its
name implies, Lime Burning. remedies had failed to reliev

-Our hotels are apparently doing the Economist advocates economy in Mr S. J. has down have been delighted with the ,
: Temple brought relief
permanent given one .
: bU5ihCt the
a \rge ; administration of public affairs
from Pennsylvania a professionallime from severe attack of civ
-Wilh the tliornioiniter at 05 and ;i kept up to the standard ol the burner and Teethina is indispensable t<
proposes to go extensively be all
kept by pl\fents'lla
the Northerner c.m scarcely realize: first i isue, will rank among the best into the business of lime dren. Respectfully :

that thin i+ winter. papers oi the Stale.: Mr. C. J. Utrnrtuter burning. The works will be at.Tem JESSE Foremai B. W|

Boob Shoes! Slipper! is publis (:r. ple's Miillti, on the Transit ,Hail road. For Sale by JNO. L.

treat reduction in prices whichdf'fy .-It is claimed that the drainageof The lime rock is brought from near

competion at Lake Ukccchobee, will reclaim 12-, Arr: dolldo. The recently established NoticeUSITED

PAUL FUWKK'' NEW VDKK STORE 000,00 acres oi the finest 'sugar fact, that sprinkling of lime around STATES LAN"? tjili

-Mr. Thompson ha* introduced a lands in the world. A company of orange trees will prevent rust in the is hereby GainesvillNotice given that"

lull.. the Semite to authorize citizensto PJiiladi'ljiliia, capitalists represented fruit, will no doubt create a large day the second day of March, A. c

offer their on property at publicFall here bv Col.. Corvell and- Mr.- Sin--. demand; for.this articleand, Mr. Temple at 9 o'clock. A.M., we shall be prepa?
I receive cash applications at a pric
ita1e. dcrman have enteied into a contract i is preparing to supply the drmand. less.than one dollar. and twenty-five cl

and Winter Hoods with the Ii.'ard Of '1',ustl'CS of the Internal Large bedsol limestone abound in the per acre, for the. West half:Section 11 '
in Township Three, North .of, HaTwentyfour
at New York co Paul FuifKc'sNvwr
York ' Improvement Fund, to accomplish vicinity of Arredondp, 'hl. the UaiNi'6ad. East. L.'A'B.&RSESJomc
: oY
this great work; The contrac- has offered very 'low 'rates of F.. ROLLINS, J' Rt'gi'. / t7y
in ,. Receiver; f.G
-Get. Simon Cameron n
guest tors are very enthusiastic.,. t transporlalion. Success to the en aines vilte, Fla.. Jan;17.1881. '
al the K ;lOout. He contemplatestlsendiug --- - _. +, ,

some time in Florida. Sule of the TrnuUt Railroad.In ,,i terprise. _- Housekeepers! HonwJdm 4i:

accordiance with the amicable '- -Typographical Errors. get more-1''nrWooden m
-The Schooner S. C Evan of arrangement
Although) thc EXPRESS KS but and Tin
effected time since a
Fernaodina, Capt. E. Sylvanus came some : Stoves for tjieij
the Transit Railroad sold small paper! as compared with the I Ii
down from New York in seventy-two was by i where ill the
New York Herald ai.d a lew "lhrrleading
bourn. Philip Waller at this palace on Wed. ,
papers' yet we doubt not
Tile Triumph Shirt nesday last. Quite a large number
our be surprieda1 a'fewfigures
and lor tl ol heavy capitalists attended the twill
Superior in quality style ti&le. Shfcf < : f. Equatoarijvtng
only, worth $2 at but the bidding was limited. The we give.
I'AUI. FUNKK'S NEW YORK STORK. Ai. average issuoof tl 5 EXI'RESS
road wan knocked 'down to MessrsE.
-Tho Western Texas detain- tains ten columns of reading COU'j _L
was N. Dickerfon, of New York andC. Jibar

c>l at the St. Johns bar uutil Thursday D." Willardof Washington for a .column averages.lt7? lines, ,a JDlssol

night, and is now lying at this $25,000, over and above the bonded line "averages 30 letters and spaces: I J' The copftweeu ,$,
(each a 8l'paratvie e""of mej.:il) making Jolt i+ e
availing orders indebtedness Messrs Dickerson and aih'
port total of .h I
a 35,100; ii..esaflileto '
Prof. his enter- Willard representing the bondhol1 1
\Vyman cave
be handled t.wicew t'k by '
tainment on Thursday night and tx- ders. '
hihited before crowded bouclVe .. comj>ositors.; "The weekly chain

cannot recommend him, however as The Electoral Count advertusineuls,:will:take;'the,i C !; I ' isW

j bo is a thousand i er cent below par. i The much talked of count of the number pieces: h'andled'"Ui to -4 a,

Sew Attraction! electoral vole took place in the presence -I-000. .lleucvUie difiititity of 1 W
The three cent counter at 'PaulFunke's 'of 'both Houses of Coitgresson' venting the occurenceoi a lew.JL h J ,
la f
New.York Store. ., Wednesday last, the'certificates_ be-: graplticiii errors,!aqd as' the-pr o r , 1 ,uixl. f x+

The'Duke of Castellncia spent a in]* opened byV ice-President Wheel er is.not..iafail't.. ,fe, he-;t : 3'. ..fIf

few days in town this, week. The er.. Tillers were appointed on, the eleLec&,1.IJtruMAD ti......- ";" :' "'-: f
Duke is evidently highly pleased part of the House, and,,the summing for| e. rhos minMa' :.

with Florida.Mr. ue of the J'ote showed 214 for Garfield some- f.t.herrora'Q ,' . .., ;

A. I;. :Melleti Marrager.of.: and Arthur, and (including mair 4NBURALG1NE.raigti _

the Egmont lat year, w m town. Georgia) 155 for Hancock. and English .-

\ie could not resist the attractions .' When the result was announced, and'Eeadtrthc1s* ...
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Fernandina.'sew ". Mr Wheeler, said : only joo4 "'lor Neuralgl tv

Fall and winter Good "I do declare that James A.-Gar- i For these troubles jtis,\ J

fort" \ Irunke'e :dew York storrofGtr field, of the State ot Ohio, having bottle guaranteed t t

largesLtxk ul CII.t.hing Dry received a m>jnrit r of the' \' tts of _dircctloo., .Boldy",

11'ow \()t\t 'entai'l :-hf.'s at strictly the ,, 11Ot,=.uutabVr:,of electors,appointed i I "Do you 'suffer wltbjacUTIfeolate N p

.'very till-atnet x'Ill," new supplies by U.: duly. islected! 'President of the I.eeL EftI'1' bottle jfarUon

nor.dt'tUtlu gUlirult a supe- United States for_your '.years cooimencing If takes';. II
the of March 1831 ; Sold by an DtJ1.u.
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"DOKS Frrnand... A.M \10 Lr'e:*) Odar Kry... ArL've A.M;- 4:50
TO Hurt's ko...... 11:18! 11:30 Ronewood. B-J(' 8-M
: Callahan.17:1117:11 tlterCreck... 8.0. /:foDuFtou..17:5011:50
i : Bron? n. 7:08 7:"
t'e''It .-oav Baldwin,..... 1:1: 1:431 Archie ....... 7fo 10
f : Msrilis.: ... .. 2:0111! Butt n_..... 8:17KK (.IS
... t'Ji . ... Lnwtev........ 2:41i! AmedondoTnur -. h:3;
O\ of' Trm1.lf''* J-ll 2:11)1 n 'tesrjI.... 53 .:u-!
@ ig tfltii1t! l :arrangements to club the : .al.lo........ 9:410Y:
> St"rk.3:17\\{ t n..... 10.1-8 1(1:1 A
h ;Qn 1t1 TI ';WEEKLY COMMERCIAL, we :1:311| 9irkr..... ... 10: 0 10-43
1ti f Cle'Fernan'Iina Express and Cincinnati G"tu..d.ille.4:111 8-04 Temple's.. ... 10:111 10-J1:
; ArreJoodo,... 5:34 5:7'I L-vwu-j... .. 11 XV 11.14 i
argP; .8-page, 56-column Family Newspaper, Button. .. .. 5:40 S:0 Maalle...... 11:6T U:M
...... llnlcwin... ... 1321 1HJ
Archer. 1i: >8 8.1' : !
Sjjve'as a \\r\z\ to each yearly subscriber Branson. ... 9.4S II: r nutton....... 1-V *.:!. 'f
b''ok he select from Ottrr Creek.. 7:40 76; fftlUhau.....1! 1:52; 2:IXI >
-tnVui .livy one may Rosewood- .. B.SJ 8:37 Htn'n i 36 :M a
rks- )postage paid and free of all cost-the: Cedar Key. . 8:30 r.M. Fet a..1 S40"t1on.s. .

flans, unabridged, beautifully printed on \
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en Bf s
$1 "Jane the famous novel which : AT KEUSASUIXA.'{:. FI.OICKNCK.
From Brun wirk and all points North and .
.ia. fame. Went... . .... ....... .... ........... ....... Dally. .:
K.r Br-nawi.k and all puintf Noith and
Ifl2.;: "The Days of Pompeii,". Bulwer'a Weal...IWy.fiTEAMKUS .

i .>- popularity, the most fascinating of his I (1TY POINT. "

't :;3! ",Johu Halifax, Gentleman," lilies ; From 3'r...nn"h end.. Charleaton..ThursdayFor .* ...........V'rtJaJ

'?1 '.- of the sorrows und triumphs a STKAUKR SIATFIOUKR. '
I From 8t. Uarr (civrr I-aniling, Wrdn xd"y Kr-
ems' -g iron' fortune, .. day anti I4unday. .
th Pi For 8t. Slarya River Lan-lmgi, S.ndiTi Tiai y.
if. Posthumous
.' : % ;4. T.h6 : Papers ot Thurs<1ay.

;r Y6' gave Charles Dickens His celebrity; t ; AT BAI.f'I'I.omf CKNTKAt P.. K.
ot his books. For" and Loa O.k. tIl
r* : ''ulwa's-tbe most popular ... .fi:23 a. m., 1:11.\f ...
''T'5 i"The;* History ofa Crime." By Victor Ht1 R. FrotnJkionvilleTallahaa.a.S-4J,. <>',k. .

rative by the French popt novelist and 1I AT ( .

|onia Napoleon strangling! the I fi 'or Irate ant Tamp, artJTM. Monday

"'smond.". A novel. IJVm.. M : i : Siege Wednesday: Line: t.r and Oc"IIan,1 I'ridar. Tamja, Ira,.,

,uhr[ and characteristic of Thurviuy ml :'Wturiljj.AT .
cui>\i: KEY.-HOKII.A & HAVANA:
is time. I '
a. P. Ci" .. $1TEAMKK'
gnderYilliam Rin i m For K..y.1 and llavcna triviLg Monday, ft "Jurnd.iy .
..,,'l .'.ilay.
ever \\ritt'. n; Cm of I'i: m For Krf Wen and Iltrann, i!*[>brtu.g Tu..Ji.y
lin,hIp acottntd : m '11,1 ro"'II"J..y. ,
For Ye. Orlmn. .rii.inj Jrpnrt.Dtc. SatarJ ;,,
and. t1) I in m STt.\MEIt T. J. (:lIcn JtA'C.:
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F : .l .ct m Of'On'*. u.. thli ro",il will run aa fo'o: ..:
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n : '- Lease Orrenvillr......... .............I 58 p m
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Arm ar Live <>ak. ............ .......JllamS.
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