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 17, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Editor: Jno. A. Whitney, <1878-1881>.
General Note: "A conservative newspaper of the period."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 19, 1878).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079913
Volume ID: VID00122
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135775
lccn - sn 95026710

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'Fernandinll"E'xpress.1 -The Schooitor Emma F. Adams, our, littrexnty. Fernandina has much

-s Capt. Davis Arrived this week with to be. prqud of, and is by n i means of

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 8.8. i,01of oo ton ol ice for Mf.-W. K. Bauk- worse thou.: other towns, yt there r? in thethe .

-_ liig t. raach room* lor inlprovemeot.OtrSatttrday I ancient" homestead


ODe copy,one Subscription year Mdrance.Prlret................yy.a0 Orange and lemon trees arc put last, Mr. J. C. Aik- gall'int Green, of Imistoric'thine

tlne DB copy copy,three slit month months. in hsadtance.adranre................'. 1.00 BO ting on a new growth foliage. We en'killed fine bald eagleou Cumber i I netted Pirate, Charles Gib _

tkr Tit* X will be plarod on the ab.eftmr'apsire. bear of few trees being killed even land Island. Across the wings from : whose craft, while lying off to the
e > ooDMcutive cumber belore the ripIIOftupjl'tll.
this far North, where the thermometer tip to. tip he measured. six feet tour bar, took small boat and a lone negro .

-.Date. lyertlalDltl marked 18, and would infer inches, and from beak la tail two with lots of Stephen Girard's
rna of 8 line or lew, Insertion,.....
Kjnam one !1.00
Back wttltlonal. from this.that the orange is capable of feet nine inches, weighing eleven money, stolen from vessel bound DRY G( ,i.

tei4t A liberal with ibt deduction...*who advertta from the by abort tbe ratt quarter will, alxtnoBtbi be resisting! severe cold. pounds. Dr. A. C. Ford took chargeof : from New Orleans to Philadelphia,

or year.Xditorial the fellow and has stuffed I and deposited it in-tnis remote and Goods Sold a rt
Notice* aft cent per line for etch and -On Wednesday last the Steamer since n e

very tM_rtion,. Florida down and mounted him in a most life-like i sandy soil, which coin in11 probability .STANDARD PRINTS,fast'GIKQHAMS. "
brought sixty passengers ..............;.'
the ft. B. Plant manner. The Dr. is very expert as : will\ remain concealed until the Bleached and Brown !otton. '
Notice. twi-nty-five, JEASSGents .................... '
The tonne of the Fates)I1( Exrutn are cloned and the city ol: Austin thirty.: Mont a taxidermist, and his office is adorned end of time. While thus musing or and Ladies BOSE. a,,

.n Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Adtertueri will 'with numbers of specimen's of his ruminating on these and other minor
of them left on the tr.ill.we
laa take notice an4 gerern tbemaelven accordinrlyOlasonle. day, SPEC
skill. events, we were admonished by a 4sfo,
but will doubtle p:ty this city a
.' . hazy sky and the rustling of the forest WINTER SUITS whvj '
visit on tluir return. Ctuivm made SUIT j ,'
A rwrular oommunicntion of Amelib fudge Hymeneal. "
fro.47, F. ft A. M,will t* held on Monday leaves, that a Northeaster was
New Fall and Winter Good
evenings Feb. 14th at 7:30 o'clockaharp. Mr. Julius Stark, formerly of Ibis setting in, and that we must be homeward -
Transient brethren fraternally invited
are Paul Fumike's New York store offers
te utend. W. F. SCOTT, W. it city now of Cedar Key, was mar- bound ere the close of day for B E su: "
its stock ol ;
A. W. LOIMANX,Bre. Bit Urge Clothing Dry
Belle Brown of Gainesville
ried Miss
Goods Boots and Shoes at strictly to our craft was frail and somewhat I

NASSAU CHAPTER NO. ss, R. A. M., New York cost His new supplies by Fla., on Wednesday the 16th. 1 tricky upon disturbed waters. Bud,

Traniiitnt Keftilar Companion meeting Febrnnry fratrrnnlly 17th Invited at 7X attend o'clock every steamer will guarantee a superior The happy twain extended their Mr. Editor, it is not our provinceor

selection bridal tour to this city and are now desire to give any extended des- DON'T FORGE

-The body of Mr. Butler .who spending a few days in the enjoy-
Poet omee Ifonr. cription of our amble. To be brief, Paul Funk]

? Office noun-From 8-OO.a. M. to 6:00 p. was owned from the Plant several met.tof our balmy seabreezcs. A reception we will add whit we wish to say and

1a. .Money Orders and Registered Letters weeks since has not yet been recov was given them on Thurs- the We BEFORl
from l!.00 A.M. to 1:00 r. M.; and from 2:00 to point. we were haying a
r. M. to 3:30 P. M. Sundays from 10:30 to ered. The unfortunate gentleman's day evening at the residence of the disagreeable and somewhat perilous NEW ATTRA(

I1:30A.M.and3:30to4:30 P. M. brother-in-law, Mr. Maltbie, is still groom'* father, where a number of time returning, when one of your'noble -

ARRIVAL AND EEPARTCRE OF TUB MAILS here, and is tiring every endeavor to his old-time friends assembled with citizens Mr. John while P. S.-Every customer purch|
Clay,
northern. Nail-Arrives duly at 10:30 A M. present.
recover the body. kind wishes and hearty congratulation -
Closes 3:00 PM. many passing with a large boat'came, to
Seuthfrn Jfofl-Arrives $ 3:30 A M. -Our readers will ?. Lively conversation
find .
interesting
an and landed
Closes M 1000AM. cur rescue, us safely up NEW FALL
and the dance whiled the fleeting .
letter from Rome on our first away
% 2frjfi and Trader"t IliUMatl- on Georgia's main. Prompted solely

Arrive Tuesdays and Fridays at 2.30( p M. page. *' Tourist understands the hour of the evening, and all by this act of benevolence, we wish
Closes and Thursdays ut 8.00 A M. bells." AT THE I'O
Mondays art of interesting readerand we was truly "merry as marriage through vour paper to express our

ST. Mary't, Oa, only- consider ourselves fortunate The display of bridal 'rc..sentsVas
in being ( appreciation of his kindness, admi
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 A. M.
44 and 2:30 able to give his articles in the handsome. and benevo-
Tuesdays Fridays at p. M. space ring always regarding a "
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Wedn'bdayu and Sat'ditys 9:00 A. M. columns of the EXPRESS. The Ancmitbui. lent trait in man's character.
Closes Tuesdays und Wednesdays, *
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Fridays and Saturday: at 2:30 P. M. -The colored. members of our No doubt manyof our relderI11u1\'e Very respectfully, "\'

.SAMPEL T. Rwrn u. P. M. council to take :. LAWRENCE TOMPKINS.
rt'atpleatlnrtl
city seem had the pleasure of peuising this Drv Goods, Clothingand

in absenting themselves exceedingly interesting. little paper,

T: Cliurch Dlrectorr on the evenings appointed for meeting I and have noticed that it is the enterprise Last Notice to Tnx-Pnycr Fancy G

/III. j' PIUSBYrKRIAN.m' :; *. There was no meeting this of a lady. The Acanthus -, I will visit the following places at the THE LARGEST AND BEST SI
young time stated for the of
"- below re-
;ii JLe..1. H. )1)era, D.D. Pimtor. Srrvlw at 11 purpose CANNEW !
"'..n nod K p. m. Sun Jaj'-whoot S.I5 s. m. Prayer week for want of a quorum. I is published at Atlanta, Ga., by seiving the State and County taxes assessed -
lirrtlne Thursday,8 p. m. titiRngen and citixeDi for the 1880
are esrdiallj Viled.EPISCOPAL.. -Paul Funke's stock of dry good, Miss Annie. M. Barnes, and is very 1 Odom'i Branch..Monday year : February.. 14 1881 GOODS: received every w

.. boots shoes etc. is kept to thestandard creditable to the independence and 1 K inn's Fetry..Tuesday .. 15"
Rev O.P.Thackarm,1'nirtor. nrrkicp at 11 m. up i 1)unn'aCreek..Wedneeday 16 It
Pt.)er.al4 p. m. 8uDda'l'.C'hooi 1.30 p. m. .We k. of that Miss Barnes :lligginiibotham'.. Thursday 17"
arrival of lady
and f th-r.art eurdully Invited to uttenj. it* determined to supply the writes us she will viiit our city in callahan.............Saturday ID" FRiXZW tJEB
CATHOLIC. pop Hart's Road.........Monday 21 It
uhr demand the lowest i the interest of her about the I I ConeriUemorn'gl..ruesda1 21Bakenvlleeve'nr..Tueaday From 5 cts.
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It. J. K O'BoTli. Pator. &1\'<-"> at Ola TownUMWKtS prices ; paper 21 If
in. At New Town-Hinh Miss andJNor1DOftoll130 it'l i ............. "
Catechtsm,4. p.mVeepers,7:30 p.m and, to judge by appearances, lie 23r
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.I'rr. "u( cee.tillg'ery well. His New York heads of tani'iliex tosecure it. It will I will bo at my office in Fernandina on
Gli Li; { J. Atkina Pwitor.fn1oe at 11 1\. m. and Tuesdays, Wcdndays,and Saturdays, when A large assortment of IIOISERY and GJ
v ':11) p nu Pmj.T Veiling fTcry Wednesday evenRAPIIST. Store is on second rcct. be enjoyed by both young and old. not on collecting\ tour in the country, un- Damasks, Undershirts and Drawers at grt

: , Uuatao'car1Ck. -The residence of Mr. FiedV.. Young ladies, uo doubt, will be particularly til be March closed 1st find, at all which property time my on books which win the tncky Jeans a full stock. Special bargains ml
Arv. I. U. King Pastor SrrrtnHi on the first ant
PI-and 8utHlarii each mantle at 11 a.m. and 7.30f. Iloyt narrowly escaped destruction interested in it (from th'efact taxes remain unpaid will advertised.
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M. 8audy-wuool at XSU p. tn. that it is conducted W. F. SCOTT, Collector.
COLORED CHURCH. by fire on Tuesday l last. The roof i I solely by Fernandfna, Feb. 5, 1881.

Triaify.WrfkndwtEpiaopat.1trv.J.0.Hnward. was on fire from *pnrk and but for : the gentler sex, without any assistance I GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS a
Fai>&. in. end 7.30 p 10.IIIlInd. In Circuit Court of Florida Fourth
.'.,'hool 0 .m. 1ha*er iifunj WeJmsday. the timely assistance of several colored I II[ whatever f ora the "lords cf A full lines of Latest Styles: Our
a' T fl'rl".k. I Judicial Nassau County. Call and examine our Stock and Prit
A/aw./t .11 udj.r Epttfopat. -Rcf n...Urooken men, the fire would soon have Creation, except the small *ub! criptiou Orders by mail promptly at
'r..u>r.' hcririoifi at H a. tr.. 1 p.,...and 7.JO p. m. i UIN.\ STEWAKT, Having a resident buy '
B.ad. -*,haul 9 a. m. Payer Meeting, WrUnundur, been b )"o.\ control.It piice, which no one of them I can. %,. vs. f Bill for divorce.Soto York prices.
"i' M T n'c'ork. refine to OS STEW:RT. )
..FSrtt Haplt .-n..".John A!W 'n,Pn tor.fi.rvitf" is a great pleasure to know give.Brigandage . WIIEREAS, It has been* made to nppeirby Having introdu.
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a 11 a.m.. J p. a,. and ':30 p. m. t tunrtnxchou .: we show a large
. thai I least branch of affidavit filed in said case that the 1elendant
9 a.m.. I'rnj A-owirf 1J ....at Il *. m., V p. m. and 7.*> p. m. Suti.Uyo'ciock government un+ into county'of Nassau but :within ehe 4th 83 Y lke
r, wL.ul9e.m, is.)rr JoLeetiJlIJ \\..d1Jay, at 7 competent, efficient ufiict'rl.Ve allude Taking consideration the number Judicial Circuit to-"aril :.-itf Jhe county of !r
;;' of inhabitant, and the fact that Baker in said Circuit and-tliat. service
the
to Stnilary lej aitim-nt.
I cannot be made upon him. Now on up.
r v TOW T Altlt. No precautions ate neglected to secure Fernandin. is n seaport town, our I j! placation it is ordered that the said defendant ,
;P'''j. city has always been noted as re-1 1 do appear and unswer the complaint -
the health of theHy, and jut I i
= filed in this cause on or before the
A thin sheet ol ice formed and
- on markably quiet peaceable. Sinceour
now the important problem of d I: first Monday in March 01 the same will
.Tueo !ay last. connection with journalism here be taken as confessed.: .
.,. .. age is being solved by them in a J. A.
fc'-Ren. ,V'. \V p. Lormu, Flot Ilh's most thorough and efficient m:inner. we have had Hut few deeds of bl Iotl- Clerk Circuit EDWARDS Court.

Patch.i, is Ppen.lin; a few da '* in plied or riot to record. But on Saturday ll-4w Nassau cou
-A species of bird which seems' to
.u' last, an event occurred which inquires -
torn.New puzzle the ornithologists of F.-rnan- I anal
Attraction I I the prompt action of the verebentatives \- OVER ONE-HALF
dina was picked on the beach luring i'
up of the male portion of the America
The three
rent counter at Paul d law and order and
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Funko'H New York Store. the early part of the week. Its per pie 45 years of age suffer more or 1*
I which we beleive has no precedent! diseases of the Kidneys and
culiirities are that it does not 'fly, There various for this .
are causes lj :;
\Ve indebted ill the
are to our Representative history of our town. On theevclling ,
and can only stand erect, like I | work is the chief cause NptLim
Mr. Charles Angel, for in question, a Mr, DeBurns,, whole Medica is so well cj
the It is dark
Penguin. :i on
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nnf' t'" (if the Journal of the Asaembly. gray who but recently arrived here was to invigorate and restore health)
the back, end white underneath and (j these organs as Itankin's Compo
The come rt+gularly.The I I walking along Ash street, nearFourth !I tract of Uuchu and Juniper. A ft
has beak. Dr. I
I a long tapering A.
i when he into taken occasionally will greatly ben
Triumph 111rt.t'uperlUr was run and i
C. Ford has interviewed it, and itisj! I those who are afflicted with any
in quality edit style for ?a jostled off the side-walk by two negroes '! of tne Kidney or Bladder

Only, worth J2 at now a fitting ornament for any col- agaiii which conduct he of I'I Prepared only by Hunt Rankin & Lamar -

..f. I'AUL FUNK 'S NEW YORK STOCK. Itction. I I Druggists: tor sale by JNO. L.
course, remonstrated ; not, however, CLAY, Fernandina,
i...The front of Mes Mode Bros.' -The Pnlm Fibre Company
!rs. ; we understand, in abusive .or angry Antioch, Troup Co., Ga.,July 4, 1878.I .

'..+re is receiving a new coat of paint making preparations to ship large j j language, and turned to continue his am one ot the unfortunate suflerci
of the fibre from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys, anli
adS quantities to their millsat
which will greatly' to its walk
appearsince. i when one ol the ruffians drew j i find more and speedier relief from UII {

.. the North. An immense amount a razor and made H lunge at his kin's Bnchu and Juniper than anything
Fall and Winter Goods of the raw material is being collected | 1 have ever tried. I esteem it so his
j throat, inflicting a dangerous and : that were there bu one bottle in the
nt New York cost, at Paul Funke's at the excelsior saw mills where the j '
1 p..illiul0111111... Mr. DeBurn haslen8 I would willingly give $100 or any ij
New York Store machinery for reducing it to fibre i is j for it. I recommend it above alj
to the Florida House where
Those who availed themselves of located. Eventually the machineryfor received similar prep;irations. E. T..
Iilltl tiofl. The wound is on
the crrursion to Orange Lake on the manufacture of will be
pulp Columbus Ga. Jyf Qr '
the left cideot the throat, and barely .Apr r 4.;
Thursday, had a delightful time. Tho I placed here, and probably a whole I miiwcJ DR. C. J. MOFFETT-Dear i
: thejugyular.Veareplased and myself are satisfied that, I .
rxcurti.m was one of the plet..antent }
paper factory. teething bats was saved b
to learn that gentleman is now .
that could have been orb niz.d. The sad received hero rapidly Teethina (Teething Pow ; i'j'o
news wa
iso
improving.und will
-. hope soon remedies had ailed too

Boots Shoes! Slippers! this week cf the death little Charley recover. Jt i* to be hoped the fiei'ds; have been delighted v's
<* \ ,4 Great<< reduction in price which permanent relief give
Davis of Mrs.
grandson Horsey, of will be
and
the
jjr', driy conipetion at caught punished from severe attack,
"* this city. The little fellow left herewith Teethina is indisc
fullest
extent.
/ : : Paul Funke' New York Store. I be kept by all .
: his mother only a few weeks I.
It it has cOllie to a pass when citiZen dren. RJE
. ., -Mr. John Lynch, wh> r-ai been ago full of life and health, and at
i walk the
cannot street without
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In the ,io (fumberbus'inenti
engaged yellow ] .-: Galv Tex I
taken
: tln, was with
1 danger murdered
o.f being
Woodstock an4 Dutton brutally it For Sale 1
diptherix, which coon carried him off. will behoove
in this hall suspended I every man to prepareto
county Opt.u.tiOIiS Charlie wa a bright: interfiling defend himl+H.

owing to financial ctnharrarneiitn. **- child oi about three MimmerH, and ..

It i a understood that he has was a favorite with many in this A Gallant. Rescue.

made I'stisrctofran:; rn nt. with city. His bereaved parents and relatives Noda n L3:.

all his Florida creditors. have sincere ST. MARTS, Gi., ;
our :
sympathies. }
Feb. 17th 2881. at 9 a(
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AT PACI. FUKKB' NEW YORK STOKK The EXPRESS h.is call Editor
frequently Express : While: out sometime !
The Three Cent (Counters 1 Jtt+
ed the attention the marshal!
police ago on an irregular excursionwith ..

s -A merchant of this town accost- and city authorities lu the nuisance a friend we glided over the Clr}

Qd a countryman the other day with occasioned by loiterers on the street placid waters of Cnmberla'.d river, /, , ,I, 1 "ids w

tie I'f'mark-'W'e1r: have to bold a : corners and sidewalks, but without and landed on the picturesque Island

I new election down here, or we'll I i effect.V' are jlea-ed to see now, of Cumberland. strolling. a

Iret-ae out.* 4
i:.) friend from the mainland, "the cold i lcirci tt't taking that the nuisance ties of nature.lor which this iela ''s < , .;tP, a ml
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weather it the iutur.il result,-a HO' ., be prevented, and the formidable ar-' remllkabll", we .would. occasioTA }', t

id North againt a feoli.l &uth..I Tray I of "nll'I' will doubtless elicit halt and contemplate> in deep J 'iMJ t

The Three Ceat Counter 1 mime attention. This i iall oneofteY'er ] her, varied historical rem'

i((1 nt .Paul FnnkeV New York Store I' .l iinuPivvntMit much nested in}10f aH that'rwsltl ; i lit. C5,
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' WHITNEY Editor & PublisheI' ForCOUCHS- COLDS. BRONCKIT S. ASTHMA
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CONSUMPTION
PNEUMONIA
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all Diseases of the THROAT
1'0 CHEST and LUNGS.

Has always been "n" of ih.. rao t important weapon Vleldadrfain
by the MEDICAL FACULTY t the encrm' hment of ,
B flJflea f lU OU( H<*. tOJ.IJ-4. BROS: lit rj*. A Tny".SORE THROAT METALLIC CASES.
I .. CONSCMF rlOS. in its Inci ie- t and advioced. stnll' It anl" I -. I of the TJlRO.\T. ell -Tan r.usos. hot >t hits never hwn so hnnt"tll'u.ly] compounded an in Wooden Coffins and Caskets
the re'ehratc.1 TOT.!:, ROCK nd RYE. In addition theaoothioq'Baltam':c properties it affords a
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iSlif v rti ill[ M i1llll Stat Over 1,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually Trinirnings CONSTANTLY, ON HAND.


+ 9 I Bodies wr. hed and dret-sed, Anti

J' Extract from Report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue. ; 1'reserred until Burial, with tr

-0.- Ste, TKEIIVRY iHifAKTJis'CT. OFFICE OF HTER-IAI. RrvBNCE J ; without the use of Ice.
Washington, I'.*'., Jan. 2nth. IhSO. ( .
V trct'.LAWRE''EE&M1RTIVChfraeo: III. Kemain exhumed and placed it.CaMs .
10 TER.MS 1 U..MLFitii: Tie TOLU RO 'K and: RYE. camr.our.de.l accorhn to the h>,mult. hu ufflknt ; tor HMiunal.Telegraphic .
: q H-.IMV. i.fthe LAIAAM of TOLU III give it all the atl"'O''i a+.nhed in pea oral corcplamts,andtfu.teui
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e's f it ao agreeable rem -Aj .n the pa'ient. It m.iy hj prop"r'y l.ww a. a MHic-njl pr..pa ation. orders promptly
under the proviatouaofth>- U. S. R vid 8n'nt, and wh., -n no ntamf>pfl m1? beBol' by l'nljlwi-ts. ATTENDED
TO.
PUftely One Year $2..00 Oraeraand Other Per-ons WITHOUT REMD- 'THEM U XBLK TO PAY sPECIALTASae
tiuordea'rta. Youri R -ti otfu 117 I 2S-tf.A. .
[SijiedJ) CrRKKIS R. BIT ANI, Commi*ioner of Internal Rennlle.CAUTIO I
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.jf77lVjl.y, J ix-Months, l.OOiM"4y

:0 ; I Pont bco deeivpd by unpr'nciplfd dwlrr. who try to palm off upon you R"ck:: and
is' Three tonths: .: Rye In ;lace if our TOLU ROtK..nLY MEDICATED I G. & 11.l T. R. R.
,tiiiie m df-tne irt-DUiae heating the olgof tur.. LAWKESCK i Miana on the Proprietary 0 Torntnentaib
r-Q THE FERNANDINA EXPRESS. +54'mp on bottle ,

PUT UP III QUART SIZE 20TTLES FOB FAMHI US3.LAiVRCCC GOI OMJUTll.STATIONS. OU1XQ JVORTH.Ko72..
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.L. FERNAXPINA, FLORID.11 .\.. ThiCHgo : No.. 1. f .
./re. ,; &.MAUTIProprietors, ( 111., and No.6. Barala)' Street, .
: 'Mai1..STATIONS.
II New York Mail.
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Sold DIIUGGISTS GROCERS and DEALER Kvei' Ar''l t".p Ar'T L'T.
-SUBS RIBERS by julicre.DIYEItS .

S'rl BOOKS TO I mtOs... Sa nn\h. Georgia. Wholesale Agents tor Florid Fi-rnandma.Raid... llW;.M 10:30 U.1I' C Roarwood arKe.Ui, ... tIt' 4:30Ilsrt's 5-IJ

7 I S.VNUOUX and IIOOO Agcnu %for Nassau County. 10-ly Callahan,..... 12:11 12:1 ()l'er Creek.. e:{'s'Xfi tt-20
-. "' HIP tonBaMvin....... 12:5012:50j! Bron""on,. .... 7:11
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'- "" I I Mixiil.e.... ... 2:00\ 2:1" Pi.lt: n5.M ...... .. 11.1.: 8:1i

; Toll mafl rurnngpmenfu.to club the FERNA DINA EXPRESS with PATENTS i RICE PLANTATION FOR SALE. T..m"1.n..v.."....... .... ?3:11:482:5!, 'IAnre.lnnln.. : \" Ie..... 85 8:3: "O.M:112

tlk INN.TIVEJ.KLY COMMERCIAL, we announce that wewill fur- 1 hui.ion,.... 3:171:: 3J1 t n..... Ivlll lute

. ,. Fernandina Espy 1'18' and the Cincinnati Weekly CommcrcLd. The Following Farms. situatedon W.Mo ... .... 3:5,1| 4,+5] Suik-....... .10:40 1eygOTittviiie.
I obtained for 1m'culinns. for improvenu J' .... 4-5t| Templr'a. . .110.48 10:52
new or -
: ;/8'pl\gt" 56-column Family Newspaper one for $3.00. and .rrHordo,... srwl i52.1 Iv.wt.-y.' 11-00 U:li
', ) year, i nts in oM ones, Caveats Infringe. the Great :\ti11Ri'cr.!' thirty miles Btt.'n. .. ... ;:tit :Id %Irxviile.i11:5: !' 116i121J
{I" fee ns. a jriz-toeach } *-aiy! pubocrihrr under thus clubbing! ar- nients Trade-Minks, !and all patent business . from .St Ati'Iri'W Sound, are offered tor Archer.. ..... 8:1\1 Buluwin. ... !11281 :
V1 promptly attended in 'tie low rates BruDynn. ... 8:4' 6:5" Iluttou.... ...! I::.::! :t,
; one b<'ok lie tnty select from the following fatuous I s atery : 1
tnt
Zs-I1\ any OttrrCifBk,.. 7-40 .;j1, 'al".hm. ... 1.5: 2W1Lsewnal.
paid and free of all cost-the books bring Hill'Jlt.-; INVENTIONS THAT HUT BEENREJECTED ONE RICE PLANTATION, containing ...., 8.35 8:37 2.5 2t4
s-postlt still in most cases, be .. .. S.4H
may 518: ncies ICO acres under b.inks. The Cedar Key 9:30 p.3i. FernanciiD .I rill
I
vans, unabridged, beautifully printed on good paper, in paper patented by us. Being opposite the U. S. improvements consist of a 1 irire barn and

i I Patent Office and en'.Ii..d in PATENTBUtINESS Litiorers boues. nil in iroixl rep'iir. Con.n.ec"t10D.s.AT .
.
:; EXCLUSIVELY":: we can secure ONE RICE PLANTATION, known
as
famous Charlot'e Bonte'sfitrlt'
the novel mule
"Jam which\
Eye, : patents in less lime thin those whouic. lheslllC'y Place. cunt-lining l'iO acres FKINANDINA.-STR.: FI.OKENX'E.:
Frrni Urun.widtlud nil points. lurch a-iil
,I remote lioin Wasbint ton. it 0 under cultivntion this
acres year. Went....1>any.FVr .
"The Days of Pompeii," Bulwer's) histoiical romance of nn' versal(; When Inventors send'model or sketch OSE RICE PLANTATION known as Br-nsnulc, and ail pointf Noith ana ;
1 \\e make search in the Paltnl Office, ant) "Jit: 'mfihrcd's Island" 470 aciPS. Splendidmill West .........Daily.
popularity the most cirjitiiig' of his productions.: I adxUcad to its patent-ability Tree vfclufge.Corifspondcncc site.ONE STF..UnI4 CITY FOINT.From e

3. John H-tUfax, Gontleuiiin,". Mi4s Mulcck's! rnasterjieice; a stor- : '('coiiCdniti.il; fees reason COTTON PLANTATION, con- Sivmn'ih"nd lh.rk..ton..Tb1nday..

.L of the sorrows and. triumphju>so< hitedi.h low lirth8'Ultl.: b.e; ; nil NO CHAKUI2 UNLESS PATl liiinin; 423 left.s. This phce Contains a For .Frid jSTKAMKK

1.NT IS OBTAINED larsre dwelling house. 31 AYFI.OWER.From .
iron fortune I. St. U4r< Ri.r Landic;M, Wtdavadij Fn-
We reter by: permission to the City For further p-irticuhrs iiddiess
and
"' t 4. "The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club." the work, that Poslmii r. and to the l1pl'l !intl'n.11'n.t' JXO. A. WHITNEY. For diy St. Mar lIn.ny.}. River Uindingi, S. ntl..,, TowdajTliursday. -,

iii- gave Cl'ailrs DicUens.. his celebrity' ; the most uiioit-rous:: and : the lost Ofiice Money Older Ditision iu FrrnandinlFl.l.. I .
boots i Wa*hinglilu.t'.>r special leierencu, riicu- AT BAr.l>% .-FIOIMOA CtSTIULR. R.
-
ot his ----'
always the most popular .
For J.idoonvilldlnllHhicsevHLd Lave Oal. tinM1
i lar 11.1\ ice, linns, &e.. address ,
5. "The History ot 1U "iIllt'." By Victor Hn1 (). The Ifriihle t.ar- .6.2i ... to .I:tip m.
u, I I. C..1: SN- -W & CO, Savannah, Fla., & Western R. R.GEN'I.SUPKKINTEXl From Jae oiiTilin,ulnhas-r i-nj Lira (1:11., w i it
ratite by the French poet novli and historian 'of litCiiine .QPI).,,,:te Patent Oflife.Washinirton, I). C. I :4i a. ui.. 1 and 6 p m. 41 :

suungling .-----,------ ------ EXTSOFFICp f '; AT !AtXKtVII.I.K.Stiirc .
of Louis Napol*orJ. u the liht-r ies of Iris conntv.I I' SAV\J.NAH. :Mar il. Ifc8'::: l" ,
l.ino r->r ih-aS ind T.mpJ, ani'<" !J.n'"y, ;
I 6. "He: 1y Esmond. A novel. iy \\'m.1\1 'I nackern} =the 111nFt PiiUL FUSEE'S. O N.1NI11FTEIhSL'NDAY.: 31 ir. 14thP'scn I, Wfdiiei and t'rl.by.
j;( r Trains on :his Road \\ ill!; i'\\nisfollov Stujei Lin. fur f'c-ia mil T.iut !rates '1".It'-oy.
and clu . 1htiu of the the iSl .
irti,:'tic. popuHr : clt'J nuiks:: ot \\ t 1 liurmlny end 3at'ud.y.

list of this time. :,,, : '.: NJR1IT EXPRESS.Lrrive : I AT CKl>.\i: J.y.-LtHI1J.\ HAVANA ;
: I
t
dh' + "' By Alesnd jr Will'mm Kin;. kE001' of tht.'I1 :,:,t:: Nevi Y rk St r I ?savannah! daily at 4."} p n ,, t. ). n.'S MTt.\rr.I 5.
I .
Ai't'"c .il Jeusup daily aL .:OJ p i iAnive.it Fur Keg W.o"nllla.llca. r."iBg ilcnjfly 'A'cJ-
full
'F I nnlratIvt's! eel r wrufe u; of l'c'n-n-pieiuies life i iniutliug Tliom.isMe:! dully at 025 a in nesdty'rnJFritay. I )
:ToKey West and Ilavu&a, departing Tuesdayand
dilttllr. 'bl'acCttllitd ot prrsonult xpeiieticesBy FERNANDINA, FiA. I Arrive at CainbiUse dailj' .it' 9.10 a in : Sa'urJiy. "

th"/fIol) L'HlcI.t' :>.'- '_.. I I Arrive at .:\lh'lIW dailv at l"-25. a ni Fur Iv' t w Or'e.tne,lira icing nut} depart n?..Sattu'ai" II .

"'- i' Lor\l1. .' Danid 1 Dt-foe. author -0- Arrive tit Live O...k! duly: at 2.00 a m ; sri-AMKK T. J. GOCriKAN.ACIC .
.... ,,
!I. Arrive at TaHahn-si-e! .. .. .. .. ..
? r '
.....
"
i .ii' lute lii-t'tiy.: by one of the ti'ostmi For
ii : CLOTHING .\ ::J.icr.aouville d lily at 70; It 111

a rt; I I 0 I.uiijuiige, of.tin- nivsteiiou.and I Leave Tall ilrit- d..ily at G:CO p ni j J ,';()X MLLE, PEN'SACOLAG
Leave.Taksoucitttdailyat SiOpin .lSIt: :>:OllIt
t I 'fr+ iirue to Enulami.'hi. ,. II I DRY COODS \ i. KAILI.OtI'f
Leave Live Oak daily at 11:15 p n): YAlrtn -r.O.'OIlUTI''C'C'" Oirir-r, I
,> .st n and edited by Matthew. I Leave Albany daily at 4.00 p In I ". .IAUANOIK, Ft*., hb.I it8\ t
f ; Ir r BOOTS AND SHOES N'nn I M,, .. 2 lilo! rHen.cr1'ri
yr I''nr and '"' \t-cl edition i of the) wmksist Leave Uiinhriilure dailyLt 4:01lt IIILt'I1'c O aitrr ; ) IVbruurr
11,1 I I, I ThomasviHu in* ")+ t!>Hr'nl will tan i. I<)l..vruMcityr :
r r daily at 7.3.1 p ulLeave
potts, white: wiititig- oue theirIt'iit I 1 ro.E". ,, rlt Sound Daily.
HOl.: .
at
jessup daily niAnive
HATS AND CAPS.
I; 9y !: u-l r-iiandijig thy dipl.u.ofcovn'rv \ I; I at S.iv.uiniih daily H1 9.00 a niNo I'I I Lave.. i 1."I..clo\.II..2> ..',.. .:J'
liftt I --()-- clianireiit: carsbctwct-n Savannah anilJacksonville ; <. a. Tallcli.wi.ju.. .SUJpm
"> and Savannah and Albany.Pulhnin ''I.\ .t..IBb.: V" Ltti 1. ItodeitBmnan. 4 Having jnst ptnvhaoed 1 in New York
jn one] $ an.w.ii- .,iln. .. .T lap in
'ra Hrs aiul well assorted Mock below) P.d.ice Il'i'in* Jan daily between 1 I Leave H '! 'r....... .. ....... .... ..8 :38 JI 111i
Of tlU'l"tJ'ull1l1lf's ; Hiv-Ul.lh und Jaiksomille.Skiping i*.five ..tuili..u... .*.... ... ...._... ......W Jfi p in
t'o'ld.I hvViliiam; iaik the! I 1' t'nt,1 am prepared to iet.il* wholesale ; cal"i1111 through to and from i Arritcut l.iv. C.nt. ... ... ...... .... .314: at
% ivi.nn.iii and Allnmy. lit .......n..I. ....... .. ... .......91otet.:
Fruit') t. t' ti istruzutshedthese prCl's.w hit-Ii.will .1 .. IIrTh"T"I..il!".... ......... .. f5 llnt
The t:1Ult :h!>:epi.iij and Pi'nor Coaches -. .. nt.V'iArriVH ... ) ....:...... .............IIIl.iaJII : :
= three rU'1i nillus biofern I of the Kufal.i! line daily: l>etu ten Huntornery :, I leave [..k r..Y. .....;......... ...... .3:16. h.
if..:'iefy Competition.Great n I.i .. .CJatu:
3 turns.f.e j :;: All ; antI .Inci;"oi.ville, witlio.il t Art..lJ..cl-t."ite.ut ....7 to a m ---u

i, wide and chingePasHsnirers i Ann .I-trnaiu.i.i.i. ...34Jpwi
4II it slriki-ig
i lanze ..
} I I ---0- from Stv.innnh for Fmandia.i til duir e.vins.S04pin
Ig productions of modern nu5Ci Gainesville .nd Cedar Keys tale! thi 9 I .I .. hi tuilar Ivrjn. ..SSUytu! ,

"Jlh and History-so that nB! reduction in train. i rU.'f lIglf' TVnm Hcsf Bound -fritl/.
!'k Passengers t'-r Darien take tliis train.PiKstnge'9 l.e=\'e Jack.onvi''e'! ....:... .......:....5W a n
, I I ID ,scriber will h embtrrasped only I from Hivunnnh tor Hritn I ir'.r" I*'rnri'dliil.10 JJ p.. r
i ALPACA ADDRESS GOODS. ;
I. tiaincKViUi' 9u2a
tave in43UVDI
1 s :'lectim; his favorite bunk tor a FltE1: # wick t'ke this train, arriving at Brunwick 1.nveiItarKr's.. .. ..... .......... 4-; '
I I 0--- (::OO 1\ in.Pas&tn t.n' J'd,in.... .. ................... 710 a KI
4 Macon l. .ivr Iiik C.ty........w la put !
and the Free Prize Book mut be list Cullca Prints frs leaving: at 7l-i a. m ......f S h..o& St f m k
,
j (daily icl'ding Snnd.iy: ) connect: at Jcssu['' h4-'Vv Li\( O.\..2 18 a in
Inscribed for. with this train for Florida. I J..".. \I.'Ii..II.I. 61 A IIIt

:iunatiVt'eldr Conirneicial may be]i 5 TO 6. GTS PER YARD.t PasHinct'ts from Florida by this trail t I Lt-"ve.t<.e Yunhce.1.1.U".n.Ir"s......... .. .. .......5 W a.11I mI aIA
I connect at Jesbuonith train arriving i irJiwonal Arrivvnt 1'.IIIII.....,.. .TOUHntLc
Proprietor Commercialpien
DCo.
{ .,, --')- 1i:'-,1 i>. in. (diilyincl'dingSunday% : ,v nt the Express eur: ; be obHITN t I I Connect at Albany with P.issmger tniiu1 i ,, QuincTAt.i ..... ..... ........ ......;0ca.i r
''' m iiutt.lio4xbf....... .......Ii 3dart .',
' I ) Gingham*. both on Southwestern Railroad]I"
"
L :Y Fernandina Fla. I. WayS .
[ I .
and from )Macon Eutaula f. Hirlit BranchAn ruc.l.lyll Th-Ml"y' Sutrrd.tya.Lrane
Montguiutry: T..ih1ivwue... ......... .........,09 a In
n I M i'I ptJ j' IO CTS. PER YARD. Mobile, New Orleans etc. 'I IT.- t &.. I"ro............ .... .... ..1Q 13.. 0'
)I til tt'am.r1'cs Bainbridge for A-pj: IxuTvHt.'UArr.re "'.......n......... .....11 tar a DI
; d V I ,'I-' 1 ichionl.i! every nn.I.Iy'Rnd Thurscta.e'e.! lit Tatt.ls'rr.......... ....... ..12 M p ntuau
t For t'ulnmbns every Tuesday and Satfrr.1 W".,. .,,?I Lv".e iu'n'rr" b-t"otD Ta.iha+.r..
ti 'I l7l Gents and .. I Ja-A" u,llr 0".1t IIi,lht ,,,inO .
H 8' Clothing furnishing goods u day uftenionn. '
w' ,
1X11 It arr M+.torr Tr.OOd.l.-n.
.
Close COnnectiOn at' Jacksonville daily I .
I Sri- m 1 n i (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine.. t -
I (I .- : O1ESZ > -11CES. : I LOttlD' C ; ;.. L : ULII.OU
rr 1i i IatkaEnterpriseandOreen c.\"t. tfpmgs F
Ili ant) nil landing on tbe St John's River. 't- -
I I, Tram B. and A. IL II. leave ;:
c.n junction
'" -, - cI3N-7 () CIIIIG'II: :.
r ;, p>in;: we '. at 1 :37 a. iu.,and for l'iun-4.
L ERI. :
''tf.cT"xo'l't'mnhuini *. -Knt4.10p.: m.; daily exceit Sunday,: r Of-flKL:3CeaalaTa.Iafs O/flit. rr
; Tbrotah'ficktt.s.ld anti SlecpiCiBertha I I Jaela.arti.LL. Oct. 3.h, ui..KAlXS. S
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PRICES TO 'SUIT rilE N'cum.1 at Bren's Ticket OJF.reN.I. ** ',-;'' ti'rEt TUB D'fE. h7

I.. wl EDT'l1 **t .' *. Zi K II .sircit and "-Atla tic tint l u.' r...' toll Nn all Li r.,....:
.
l1 0. V. '. : TIMES': Gulf JJailnwd Piwac-nper D(-)Kt. t f..ill3. aud EXctl i'1.1\..., I :.)..:......t

r+ I'' raommeQied, . .1000i IQ\) TIllS TIUXS-I\. .' i.a1'tbx !,.,.. .. ... . . . toe f. m
i r !' i .. .. r AT ;, .j EKS DIVISION. I 1..fiL.rw.. .. . ....... .. ... i..4... mt
tlffUfy A Ar !". at I., .. i.e. . .. .. . *-? y.m.J1 .
,\ 1 '. J."' ir ..1)- I.tsive Savann ibSundays ex'tlltt 7:00 R n, ;, L.vr Laic t..a .. . . .... ... . . -: ..rotI"
.I It I i U... }. t .. .\rrin: at' Melntosh .. 9.2'saii Arrive ...'P *.".-. . .... 1cl* :i. ni
li ,77Eli .. .. rhl. s .Vl..3.. .. .. ........ . IfI:i6 .. M.
.... ..T- Arri\eat Jtssnp 12:20 nA 1 ArrtTf ,.*,.1:0..11... .. ... ....... .. t-1 4... in
.; III IIItV DHe . ... :t T". : .air, ...... ,.rff3ra1Ui.sild '! :; : rive at BHck *hear " 2:40 p u'I Leave S/I..lln" ... .. '.. ...... ... ,:all p.m
.. ;... :j" .. .
-.' "j"", .- -- Arrive It Dupont 6:25 n Lean Alt>..nt. ... .. .. .. ...... .... 4:" p. .
L .. p 'I Lea. Tar'.haa..rr..... ... .. .. .......... aA p. w
Leave Dupont 520an
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Flit. : a. en
Leave Blackshear 9.40 a E 1 ;! Gael-lrto......:::..:...:.::...::.. II:& m

I.e:eve Jrs+np .' 12:50 p u"1 I i Lp.,,. Ba rf. .. . ... ... ..... ... ':.. .. m
int . ..... .... .. .
: r. '
J Leave McIntosh ." ". 3-X) Arnvr at "A" vOn vd.e : : wti llnr \
pii I :
lil i i I! Savannah Uri and Fv'e-. fees 1.1'..." tna
'. Arrive :):40 p n n f
o I f 'JIIIJ.e..DvIII..a.J.1''ltnn..t.-
t".pd
; Ihroll'l
WESTERN DIVISION. I PO. Lueae it;...1d.,r f'+.. r"D ll.ruu.li to .lId G.ma
E t'I'k' Leave Dupont (Sundays cx'd.. ..) at 7.30 a n J.sckeb"I.: ,..u.! ra.-l.--r.. ,

Leare Valdosta lf:02 a n\ .. FIRN3'UtNA: tXPRESStDtily.)
4i .Illfli. Pili h'I+ i + ''I'II" Leave QnitDuui .' 11:42 a n:) Lra".l-.c "'.+t'Ie... .. .. 11:13**. in.

Arrtt'et\ Thomasville 2lOp n:) Arrl"/r IS. tlwllt..... ..... .-.... .... ......n:!.ap.ra.Arrive .
Thomasville 2:40 1'rrnaedu'a ... .... :... ..... .. .. 3.4Jt p. m.
.Leave p n 1 LPHTV FD..O.ID.. ........... ......... .10:ttO a. iiuJ .
= "I n'p I LeaveCamilU JiT.: r24p n,"1 :J r-"Js&. in.... .. ........... .... ..... l.l9)i.ui.Arrli .
li ll ll 1I lY9i'+ III i ii Arrive nt AHny ';:20.. nLrav 1 *Ja...-.fl >.'. ................. ... ?::;3 v la.

115 ih' It a perfect BLOOD PcvmzR. and is the f.Uh'lDY "*. 3/K a nLravo 1 P.e-r-r. F.r V"-.I la aid ...." K.I tak-
''''dlgl Camilla 7:13; a n 1 tf-i-r... .
{ purely VccrriBLBrenwdy known to cl- ttrntr in >* -n L Mirin to t'al.r ap on
that has made radical and P1 a tjxx'(Tm Arrive atThomasvflt 10J20anLeave'Thomasvillfc clad y
I i II. > GI ETltfits ad BcKorctA in afl their .. 10:50 an:11 C..P'...-1..1 l5.'ii.l..iiS|:\. O. t W ITS k.
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6-aar'Utn. 'arila.atrnk.e' '
LTHVC Qnitman 1:10 p r 1 jr."i1 . ..
\I..c. f.rTal.b..n ..
1YI'' a pr I Irr homugbly remevei raercTuy from the Leave Valdoju ZJ&im'Arrive 1 |l, "DD;.". ? a Jl"iuto S- It. Id-W..tt aLan.nl: a: 'J..c._'"-
It relieve the agonies 01 mercurial. . ..t Dupe.ot .* 545pn: i wtile w,... ...L1uba. .. !.AI y W. t.utUo"
a II I 2wlay.eureI all itittdiL. *- r J. S.Ttsox.lIiste'rbf-Transp'.rtatioa J. +c; arc*..LKt .T

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