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 16, 1884
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: VID00174
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 Express I -Pensacola has again been visited r and I do further 'declare that Cheater Notice to

by'thefire.fiend thoughortu- A. Arthur; dp.ths State of New All persons ha
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I York, having received a majority of estate of L. Billings!,
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1J. '8 8. I iiiittly: the ."conflagration was not so the yoten ol the 'whole nnmber of ty, are requested to pr

wide spread.. Lops about,?15,000. fclectori, i is* duly 'e't'' tl't1 Vice-Presi the erly estate attested will and make all paymeMRS. wli .II

Oseeepyone Suboertptlon sear.lu drauce Price................1:1.000114I : !I I The-{;Three Cent. Counter-. dent of the United State lor four SELIV Bu.Administ; r .t ,
copy.ala months. in adranee. 1.00oaeapruueemomha I ia at Paul Funke'a New1 York Store year ; commencing on the 4th of ,
advance...... .50 . March : 1881... Fernandina Fla., 8th, 1831.
The X will be placed on the sutoeriher's paper ... J
tbre consecutive numbers before the subscription -We notice- come improvementsbeing .

-. made.on the McDermott prop Wreck, 'on the Gulf. City Tax Notice. ,..

hater of AdTertUtocs erty corner.Centre.L and Third Btreets. \V& learn .from C. W. Maxwell, The Tax Payers of the city ol Fenuuidloa are :
hereby notified that I will books for tb*
open my
One sonar*oil line or leas,one InIertlon.fLOO .
that the of Mor- collection of city Uxw anewed for the year 1880.at ,
Bach adtUoMj insertion. SO New fence, new paint etc, make a steamer Josephine 0
A liberal deduction from the abort rates will be my office on 3rd street in Block 9, February
mad with thus who advertise by the quarter six vast difference in the appearance of gana line, which Je.tfCed r Key for 16th,1881 and will keep open until the first day of a i
ths March,after which date will advertise and sell all
er veer.Editorial
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Notices five cent per line for each andvery premises New Orleans on Saturday last was property on which the"taxes are unpaid. GoodsGIXO1IAMS. d, V t
TURNER DULISO.
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Tile Three Cent Con uter wrecked in a severe gale.on the Gulf. Marshall and Tax: Collector STANDARD :
February 4lb. 1881. 11 U ....
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Notice. iR at Paul Kunku's X(.". Y irk Store All on board were saved, but the vessel Clenched and Br

The forma of the FMUU*.IA ESPURM are closed is a total wreck. Last Notice to Tax-Payers. .. JEANS......... 11. .
-'rhe semi-weekly trips of the Gct and Ladi
011 Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Advertisers will
The storm was.general along the I will visit the following places at the l '
themselves vet
P flense take notice and K rern accordingly steamer Florida art :ipj/ ret iated by
-, 'and resulted time stated below for:the purpose of rc- SPIWJJfTER
the trav'hng!; pubj.r. the always .coast, great damage.to Seiting .the State and County taxes as: '

111aaouie.ArrgulareommunicattoaofAmelia. Lodge. carries large number ut pussengers'" docks, houses etrcA f large part of sassed for the year 188Oo">1t -* .-**.'' Outturn made SUITS SVI.BE wl3

No.47. F. 4c A M.will be held on Monday New Orleans has been inundated, Odom's Brunch..Monday February 14 1881
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The Sea ) is "
ec.renlna, Feb. 14th at 7:30 o'clock abarp. Island route rapidly growing King's Peiry.Turtiday .. 15"
to
Transient brethren are fraternally invited and much damage was done at Pen Duon'sCreek..Wdttu.d.y 18
> in favor. lligrf'nihothara's... Thursday 17 i"
te atUnd. W. F BCOTT W. M.
sacola. Brandy Branch....Friday 18" ,
A. "'LOBMIIIK Bee. 61t. ...... . M 1
Tho Putnam . Cillahnn .. ... Saturday 19
County Joi.runl Hart..1toa".Yonda, -.21 ".. ,
NASSAU CHAPTER n0.27, n. A. M., a new candidate for public favor An Evening of Sacred Song Cunerille Bakersrllle(morn'g)...ruead.y *..',*.*'"\Jt 2"J".]I* 1 n.ibEE .
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eve'ni..Tuesday
Rccnlar meeting F.bruar,1ilb at 7.'. o'clock reached our office this week for the With Mr. Phillips and Son. Amelia ............Wednesday 23"
attend
TratuirDt Companion fraternally Invited to This distinguished vocalist ar.di I will bo at my office in Fernandina on
first time. The Journal is publishedat r Tuesdays,Wedndays and Saturdays: when ..l

Post Omee lIoun.OJft Palatka by Mr. S. B. Harringtonand i author of music, aided by his giftedson not on collecting tour in the.country.un
will ol sacred til March 1st at which time my books will ? a
give an evening
Hovrt-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p.M. promises to rank among the leading be and which tho
closed all property on v
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Money Orders and Registered Letters at' the Methodist church in 7 ,
: Florida papers.Mr. .- song, taxes remain unpaid will advertised., sG Y
from 8:00 A.M. \o 1:00 p. K.; and from 2:00r. .
F. SCOTT
W. Collector.
Fernandina on Saturday 12th ,inst ,
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)(. to 3:30 P. )(. Sundays from 10:30 to
Thompson, proprietor of the Feinundina Feb. 5, 138!. NE'W'I
11:30 A. )(. and 3:30 to 4:80 F. jr. commencing aL8 o'clock. All should

ARRIVAL Alta' DEPARTURE or TUB MAILS Spencer House, at St. Mary's informs hear him ;' he llzs-cheered all Christvndom In Circuit. Court" of Florida, Fourth' I drpPS.Every

Jforthern U& Arrives daily at 10:30 A u.Closes us that visitors are beginning to ap- Judicial Nassau 'County. ens
with the 01 sacred present.
3:00 power -. h a
P M. preciate the attractions of that ancient >
8ei thorn .Wotf-Arrives 3:30 A M. .song,:and in India and oilier place, RHU'STKW.ABT- )
; toses" 10 00 A H. town. We are pleased to learn that i vsJi; V Bill for divorce.
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I melted the heart of the heathen into SOLOMON STEW:RT. ) NEWdFAL
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& Jfartft and 11 ader'a llOUfnd- the Spencer House is well patronized.The tenderness. WHEREAS, 11 has been made to appenr

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p )(. I by affidavit filed in slid case that the defendant -
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Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8.-00 A x. success achieved by Mr. The Wallace'Sisters Solomon Stewart, resides out of ATT1E -POl

St. Jfartft, Ga... only- A. H. Noyes in the erection. o[ a con t t the county of Nassau but withia ehe 4th
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 A. M. Crete' rebidenci doubt Theatergoers'have a Judicial Circuit to-wit: in the county of
will no cncou- '
had
." Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. x. ample opportunities Uukcr in said Circuit and that service .
W' n'aldl's and Sat'days 9:00 A. M. age others to'utilizti this durable materi.il. of pandering to their tastes cannot be made npon him. Now on application JJ &
Is said defendant
it ordered that the
Closes Tuesdays Wednesdays !. When Mr. 0
completed Noyes'resideneo for the play this week. The Wallace do appear' and answer the com
Fridays and Saturdays ut 2:30 P. M.
will present an extremelyneat Sisters three plaint filed in this cause on or before the
SAUITEL T. RIDDELl.. P. M. gave performances
first Monday In March 01 the- same will
and tasty appearance. I'all, of Which we understand. be taken as confessed. Drv Goods, Glothii

Church Directory. Phillip Phillips) aseisscd by his were well. attended. The troupe J. A. EDWARDS and (
Clerk Circuit Court, Fancy ,
.rRESmKnIAJi. 1 son gives a sacred concert at the possesses! a fair share of talent, and 114w Nassau county.

lI.evl. n. Myers. D.D.,Farter. Services at 11 M. E. Church this evening. A rare their performs nee* were much en. THE LARGEST AND BEST. STO(
a. m.and I p. m. Suuday-echool I9:15.. m. 1'ruyeiMeetlnf CANNOTNEW
Thursday,S y. m. tit-angvra nod citlzcni treat is in store for those who at- joyed. They will doubtless meet OVER ONEHALFof

are cerdtally invitd.EPISCOPAL. tend. Tickets can be obtained at with suceess throughout the State. the 45 male years portion of age suffer'of the more American or less with people GOODS received ,every week, s

E .. O.P.Tkaesara,Pastor &ertke at 11 -. m. W. I'. Wood, J 1(4.:' stationery! store. Jennie and Maud are: stars of magnitude diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. -A LAKI
Prayers at 4 p. m. Hundat-school 8:30: p. m. We-k-
There arc various causes for this but overwork -
day Mirlee )'rida,.4 p. m. Beats fr e. Strangers -Mr. John Street late senior and are well supported.
aD"others are cordially invited attend. ), is the chiefeamse. Nothing in the "
-- - whole Matcrfo Medics is so well calculated p.ll.lNPS i ttBBtI.
CATUOLIC.R partner of the firm of Strcety t Bro., Murder 9Iadlson.
at
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J. P. O'Borl", 1'.... r. E'en tore at Ol -MM at I a. m. At Krw T wn-Ilinh .MINI and left on Wednesday last to engage in We learn from the Union of these organs as Ira skin's Compound' Ex- '*lSr ;
aerm.a,1/:3u..mCatechlem,4 p.m;veper .7:30 p.m burinifc tract of liuchu and Juniper. A few doses toc
atJLnke: Citv. Mr.
MKTHODI8T EPISCOPAL. Streetyis Thursday 1,1'1. that Mr. Frank P itlersor taken occasionally will greatly benefit all DRESS GOODS.-v full };.or

K.... J. Attlns. Factor.Henrlopa at 11 a. m. and a competent workman, and an engaging estimable those who are afflicted with disease
any
Me Wedniit l. an young man of A assortment of nOISE
':10 p. n. Piaj cr >tine every y even. large
6t the Bladder.Prepared .
e'e'Mk. and obliging gentleman. We Kidney or
lag at Undershirts and
Madison Damasks Dra\ij
murdered
UAPI"1ST. was on Tuesdaylast only by Hunt, Rankin & Lamar I 'IGENTS'
ar. H. K. King Pastor ScnrtrM on th- first ands commend him to the good people of by a negro de-perado named Druggists: and tor sale by JNO. L; lucky Jeans. a full stock -s-M
wb4 Bundart each month,at 11 a.m. and JSJf
., 8Mtday-sc hoot .t fr.JO p. m. Lake City. Charles .Savage. From the testimony CLAY Fernandinn', FU I I
COLORED CHURCHES.7W Antioch, Troup Co., Giu'July 4,1878. iqi
I'aater.Ucr,icni at II a. m.. 4 u.in. and ::10 p. m.seed..ehoul to Orange Lake ha been that the \ .wJU from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys, and
murder: miprovoked.The
V a.m. Player Meetin J Wetini-xlay. find more and speedier: relief,from Rankin's A fn]
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a' T !" k. postponed until Thnsday. the 17th occurred : Courtroom
.' difficulty ill;the Burhu and Jumper IbrAanylhk)' I Ca
4. Urookeni ,
4frifH KlitkodM +oopal -HIT. E.
raster. rrrvlcre at 11 y.. .,...I p u.and 7:10 p. m. iiiht. Parlies will find this exceedingly where leoliinoiiy .'us"being have ever tried. t'esteem vt l10 highlythat
Saadav-whoel a.m. Payer Meeting WednecduTiat were there bu one bottle liAbe:world ,
7 o'clock. interesting ill, and will have an taken in tAe eoiitc-strd election case I would willingly give$100.or an amount I45 fry.

PInt 11 a.Saptttt.-V.tt.ni., 11 p. m. and John 7:30 AlUon p. m.,I'actor.BunJuv-nrliool 8crvlcrat opportunity ol sexing some of the of Hi'lIJl'O1.. Finley. Exc.tement I for it. I recommend it ,above al 01 ; ji

e a. m.. Prnyvr Meeting Weducmlay 7 o'clock.Ner.ad fiiwsl lands in theStatu.We ran high, and it was! found similar preparations. E. T; WI '.
necessaryto
Jl pti< ... at 11 a. I...,* p. m. and 7:30 1'. m. Bun.i>. have received the first Usu order out the mItia.: Threats'of Columbus. Ga. Apr. 12. .
..."...1'a. M. ff.)rr Hurting V edn-ta, at 1 DR. C. J. MOFKETT-Dear Sir Sfl ;
tt'cluok. of a new journal I, the J&onomist, published lynching were rife, but quiet is now and myself are satisfied that the lifj:

alTallahatisee, edited by Judge restored .. teething blwas saved by the usTeethina.
. (Teething Powders),i
TOWN TALK.
1J H. Ililtmi. Ax its
name implies, Lime Burning.Mr remedies hail failed to reliev;
-Our liotfla art apparently doing the Economist advocates in have been delighted with the
economy S. J. has down
; Temple brought relief
given mo oil
permanent
a 'argc busit.esa.1Vitb the administration of public affairs,, from Pennsylvania a professionallime I from severe attack of civ <..

the tlicrmoini-ler at C5 and ;l kept up to the standard ol the burner mid i Teethina is indispensable I t
propones to go extensively be all 1
kept by parents >aj
the Northerner can scarcely realize: first i issue, will rank among the best into the business of lime dren. Resncctfullv

that thin is winter. papers ol the State.: Mr. C. J. Her burning. The works will be at.Tem JESSE B. \VJForemag tk !? li --

Boots! Shoos! Slipper! nreuler is publis cr. Mills
ple's on the Transit .Railroad. For Sale by JNO. L.J '

Great reduction in prices which'defy _-It is claimed that the drainage The lime rock is brought from near .?1c; t

compctioti at of Lake Okccchobee, will reclaim 12-, Artedondo. The recently established NoticUNITED e
PAUL KUWKK'H' NEW YORK STORE
000,00 acres ot the finest fugar fact, that sprinkling of lime around STATES LA

-Mr. Thompson ha* introduced a lands iu the world. A company of orange trees will prevent runt in the Is hereby GainesvilfNotice given that* f MVIII

hill I in the Seiutc to authorize citizensto Philadelphia! capitalistrepresented fruit, will no doubt create a large diy the second day of March, A! t I:

offer their on property at public heic by Col.. Coryell and Mr. Sin- demand; for.this arlichjnnd, Mr. Temple at'9 o'clock. A. }L, we shall be prepaF t,
receive cash applications.. at a price
.a'e. derman have entered into a contract is 1rejarialgtosupplythedenlaud. less.than one dollar and twentj'-flve cl

Fall and Winter Hoods with the Bard uf '1',uatl'CS of the Internal Large beds of limestone abound in thevicinify per acre, for the. West half'Section 1|
at New York cost at Paul Fnulle'sNew in Township Three North of.It
Improvement Fund, to accomplish of Arredondo., and the Rail* Twenty-four East. L. A;'BAR.VIJons ; isls
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York Store. this great work; The contractors i6ad i, ,has offered** t very ''low rates of* F. ROLUKS, t'' RegFj'. b
Get. Simon Cameron is Receiver; f f
n guestat .
are very cnlt l1til l'itic.'A / transportation. Success to the en- '" Gainesville. Fla.. Jan; 11.1881,
the E<*inont. He contemplate -- - -
terprise.
i>ending some time in Florida. Sale of the TraunJt Railroad. I Housekeepers! IIouse

-The Schooner S. C. Evans, of In nccordiance with the amicable arrangement Typographical Error dm g ;tVooden mure-lo'nr
Although Ihe" EXPRESS Is but \ and Tin 9'7r
effected time ince- a
Fcinaodina, CapU R. Sylvanu, came some Stoves for theij 'I =
the Transit Railroad sold small paper! as compared with the I I Ip
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down from New York in e\'ellty.iwo was by where in the
New
York Jlerald &t.d a lew. wihrr
hour Philip Walter at this palace on Wed. .

The Triumph Shirt, nesday last. Quite a large .number leading papers:. yet ;we doubt not

Superior in quality and style for II. ol heavy capitalists attended the sale, our rendijrsjvL'l'Mdlrwe( be surprise' .at a'fewfigures' :

only, worth *2 atFUNKS' but the bidding was limited. The proposeHo'give.. Equatoijarriving!
1'\lIl. NEW YORK STORK. AI. average issuoof the EXPRESS contains
road wan knocked 'down, to Mcesn

The Western Texas was detained E. N. Dickerfon, of New York andc. ten columns of, reading matter, apt a..' a&.1

at the St. Johns bar until Thursday D. Will:1rJ.of Washington for a .column l .averagesrll7 lines, and,a JDissol r

night, and is now lying at this 25,000, over and above the bonded. line averages 30 letters and space'seach l The cops .
( a sel'ar:1tiqJi ep'of metal l) makjing tweeu, Job
port awaiting orders. indebtedness, Messrs Dickereon and a
a total of 35,100 1ke8.o-'lile
Prof. \V his entertainment Willard the bond-hol I
representing
ymau cave ;
to be handled twice a week by< ;
ders. ? '
on Thursday night and exhibited ,"
CompositorsThe weekly char
before a crowded house We . 4l
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cannot recommend him, however as The Electoral Count. in advertismeutatwill'take;; thc.tt ,

ho Is a thousand er cent below par. The'mnch talked of count of tile numberof pieces' irindled' 'up to 4J ., -
I 000.( Heud dif
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the T -i1ty''of
Sew Attraction electoral vote took place iu the presence (

The three cent counter at liaui 'of ''both Houses of Congress.f venting the occnrenceol a tew.Jly

Funke'a New.York Store. \, Wednesday last, the'certificates_ being ; graphical error*,unj as tbejjroofij

-Tho'Duke of Cahtellncia spent a opvnnl bye'Vice-President Wheel; er b not ifllalfitte, ht--t1drttct'tim DQ' : n I *

few days in ,town this.week.. The er. Tvllera ,weie 'appointed on the ?.M.m adg1) ,
fol' shttr'mntoBonne ,
Duke is evidently highly pleased part of the Home, and..the summing fli f'd '0 Vii; 4G

with Florida. < ut! of the }rote showed 214 for Garfield m!, :Jrors Yyp I411 .

-Mr. A. I;. Melleri, Manager and Arthur, and (including ..aasssaanla satlt. .' ..rffltiSr.

the Egmont last year, w in Town. Georgia) 155 for Hancock and English NBIJRAL41NLralglt "-' r Ste"

rte could not resist the attractions : When the result was announced, aud"Hehels
\\t lie not.,as .-'KINQCt
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nandlna. ". Mr!. Wheeler wild : only'goo'l xlor NeuhOgl

sew Pall and. .winter Good "I do declare that James A.'Gar- For theme troubles .]

Teri q\ }."un."w, .. -York*torf"or-* field, o'f the State ot Ohio, having bottle guaranteed l tv-

Vida forge sttrtk ul CI\\t.hing Dry received a majority of the vottsol. .direction, o1dby _

:1\uw 1'Ork hwttt'anal5ht at strictlysupplies the whole-uuiaWrpl'electors: ,appointed Do JOU suffer with
5 lake N
Ejected.President of the ich f U 110 .
"very 'termer t".MI" bysupe U. duly .ed. Erery bottle w
nor "'dt'CtllIlI \ ;tiles a United States for four y...*r-s COO faction if btk5

I mtMicing an the 4th of March, 1831_ ; Sold by all DI.4I'....;. V

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,". ,111...,' 1" ,.. 'O. >' mm!L .or f TOLU by CONSUMPTION TTift COUGHS the& meMEDICAL COLD,in its CASES. .


marl of the THROAT CHEHT and LUNGS. but it his never Wooden Collin and Caskets
mia the celebrated TOLU ROCK and RYE. In addition to the .. .. ,:
Metal and Silver lat..t .
diffukire itimnlant and tonieto tuild a; the System after the ,
M (tilllll Stat
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'min[ .b Over 1,000,000 Bottles CONSTANTLY ON HAND.

Bodies wished and dressed, and

1B"'O, Extract from Report of until Burial, with tr

-=.- ). .. thw use of Ice.
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2lRMS: Ui.xiLt.Jikx: The TOLD: ROOK .nd'RYE compounded for removal.
g ....tlt of tie BALSAM of the .,
.. .. q } TOLU to give it all "
;(?" ; rraderinit it no agreeable remedy to the patient. It may be Telegraphic orders promptly
,:, \1:1;: under thvprovimoni of the U.8. R Tii.ed Statute. and when ATTENDED TO.
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Orocen. and Other Persons WITHOUT RENDERING
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J.q.r! liquor. dea!.ia. Yours Renpectfully 28-tf.
(Signed] GREEN R. . \
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'.e..1\.Tontbs..o .so CAUTION I I u Don't,.. m be place deceived of cur by nnpr'ncipled TOLU ROCK"and' G. & 1.1.1. R. R. r

article made-the genuine! bearing the lignature. LAWaEvcs 4 I
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.. FERNANDINA EXPRESS. SIZE BOTTLES ..OUTII. UO13JQ AORTU.mo. .
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/ FERNANDINAPLORIDA. No. 1.IS.ui. "I' : 2.
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4 .f LAWRENCE & MARTIN, Proprietors, : STATIONS. \1811.-
New York.
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Sold bj DRUGGISTS, GROCERS and Ar'v| Lv> Ar'vL'e

UbSTO SUBSCRIBERS .n.... A.MIOSO! Cedar Key... AM 4Y0!
a 9ITEUS BROS., Savannah, Georgia,Wholesale '. Ko.J.. 1L 16! 11:30 Ro fwoo .
.: ? ,..... 13:17 ... : 0o
.' SANliORX and UOYT Agents for :Nassau Count :\ 13:11
!:.J4tJ ) ton... ... 13:50 13:50: Bronnon..... 7:04 7:16ld1l"in. r
\fy&' '- ,..... 1.1., lC3t Archer, .... .. TfO Ii0
p T g crfWi'vmttSrt ..... . Butt : 8:18
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i(arrfingpments to club the FERHANDINA EXPRESS with PATENTS RICE "...... ... 5:11 1 2:1')1; ;'.n..5:1 0:II'!
....... . 3:17 : 101
h : ntd"CI WEEKLY COMMERCIAL, we announce that we will fur- I' ,.. .. 3:"* .1:34 int$ "3'
t8\t J'Ffrn ndin Express and Cincinnati Weekly Commercial. The vi'la... ':111 404 Tmpl'.,. ... :0:4S 10::;:!
56-column for $3.00and obtained for new inventions or for improvements ,... 5:34: 11:1'1: L.wwj... .. 11*\ l1a
I rgei; 8'p8ge, .. Family Newspaper, one .year; in old ones. Caveats Infringements on the .. ... 5:40 5:41tllnl.I.: .?.... 11:6 11:6-4
h'e.slt' )prize to each yearly subscriber under this clubbing ar- Trade-Marks, and all patent business from ,....... 6:56 8:1" Itnlr.win. ... 12:21 1'JU
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