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: March 1, 1884
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: VID00176
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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1ilT control l of this Journal, we offer Fr <>.
11 L KAXCrACTCKEU Ain 1> >bFALaaeIY-: our readers the Expflsss "on the btilf Piano or Parlor .gaay ..II...

shell." We do this for what we ford f exquisite pleasure for a who e

rr a S Philadelphia I am .weHr.suppIHB manufacturers from with celebrated Ladies deem: : two very good reasons: l first, lifetime.: ( Next, a wonderful Dingiest

43-tf. cable* Cha es. fine ....4fcBOOTS because we wish to give our office a Cabinet, Cabinetto, or Organette,

y few days of rest at this gladsomeseason that a child can: play. Also Chil-

,; RESSn MRS- CLARKE Ladles 'Late Styles, -t of the year and second, because dren's/ Pianos Metal\ lophones, Music\
fineSLIPPERS :Boxes, Musical! Albums Music: ]Folio -
UIa our foreman left us in a lurch,
Ird St. Between and ilaehna l ?, Music Books, Violins, Guitars,
; Centre Sts.
Late Styles and have
we as found it
yet impossible
aL TATas.BER Accordeons Flutes
Misses fine school and dressBOOTS !, !'!, Fifes, Flageolets '
DEALER IN THE CHOICEST to till his place. A combination: ,,Harmonica, Drums, Banjos, .

and YATES Y } of these! two causes: :: induced us to Piano Stools, Piano Covers, and last,

ootrea *Welker;Jack onvifet F Fruit, Vegetables: Confectionary, (GENTS FINE CALF GOODSin publish simply an advertising sheet but not least, a year's subscription to
( the Southern Musical
: Journal. Prices
+AC., .. AC. 5-tf 1 all styles, this week{, and we trust our patrons
,t tttorucns & \Counsellors. specially' reduced for holiday trade.
KING'S Gents fine Embroidered will sea tha! matter in the same lightin Send for catalogues. Lndden &

'_ FEENANDINA. .'FLA. OPERA SLIPPERS, COOK AND PARLOR STOVES which ve do. I Bates' Southern Music House Save
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OFFICE adjoining Clerk_ of the.Clrcult Court' Florida 1 Tropical Childrens.and infants HEETERS, RANGERS, To til who read these lines, we cordially annah, Ga. .

tfALTEB' ; : 'PATES NUIe.Tacnandina Curiosity Store, SHOES, wish a Merry Christmas, (peace
Corner Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Fall and Winter Goodsat
Fourth Nag Centre Sts in Hid Goat and Colors.In and will
,Oct.9.1880-264m.WM. good to all men.
FEIINA'NDINA: FLA. fact a-completc and carefully selected ROOFING AND GUTTERING. . New New York York Store.cost, at Paul Funke'a

LAKE, Keep constantly on hand a large supply of stock too varied and extensive to enumerate. Our Advertisers. ..
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Jut received Urge eo udg nent of$t....: The readers of the EXPRESS have
Watchmaker and Jeweler Dress Trimmingsand Sew Attraction!
Fancy Notions. f THE COOK'S JEWELIi the opportunity.thwjveck: of seeing The three cent counter at Paul

Second Street,Korth'ot BanGor. It Hoyt, bare jowl\ Stationery, etc. nt 'Star' Shirt appropriately named-It U jewd. our advertisments'tn.. ':a" compact) form. Funke's New York Store.
received an elegant line ol -i.ol
We have been cof r ipeued to leave
To Growers and We will not be Undersold. Boots! Shoes! !
Watches, Clocks andre; elry Orange Shippers: Underwear, Gents fine fancy Half Hose, out a few, but will give them an ex- !
Second Stre ', Great reduction in which
Umbrellas. Centre and AI3.'O8, prices
Cheap fur Catb.TJWAIRIKG \ FenunSna,FIa.I tra push next week. What we wish: defy "
competion at
E.E.HALL&SO.NNEW Novelties Jewelry; Scarfs 1
at rranonaUe t yea and all work to say however, is this-read, every. PAUL FUNKE'S NEW YORK STOKE.
JLVifuarantMd,or money reful1 ed. 43-17 HAVEN, CONN., Ties, Collars, Cuffs, Gloves, GLORIOUS t advertisment in these pages, they are
I NEWS Christmas! Christmas!
Suspenders &c. &c.
Receive Florida Oranges on ,
all interesting and less
Watches ; and Clocks .- more or concern -
Jewry,' Commission. An examination of these goods entire .iII! T1IKM! JfOR CIRCULARS GIVING'| will at ]least convince you that rosy are In I you. They tell you where to unable for Christmas! presents!, will
-&. PAIRED 8YCzxTlaeaeT. WRITE\, - .' -- 42-ti:! I'| 'gSAPORN material, !tad:; well manu FOR PIANO BUYERS get yoU! groceries; dry.goods; boots; be /sold at strictly 'New York cost up

shoes; hatu; gents furnishing goods! to January 1st, at Paul Funke's New
& HOYT They are shown 10 all with )pleasure,and LARGE REDUCTION" in the prices of York Store.
F. W. ANSLEY, sold lot the smallest possible margin of the favorite "SOUTHERN-{ I," the toy; notions; curiosities; jewelry;

prcSt at most popular Pianos !In America. Over confectionery; tin stair of life ; whereto The Three Cent Counter
WHOLESALEGROCEES | 50,000 now in use. Sold by us for 10 years;
FUIlAIfDI"A! Fu. J. H. PRESCOT'S past> with splendid: satisfaction. 7 oct. find a comfortable boarding house; is at Paul Funke's .New York Store

Fcrnandma Cash Store. large size. Rosewood Case beautiful tone to hire a horse; who to send for in --- --
A'. LLIOATORTEETH&9EA-BEANJEWRLRY only 179. 7J: oct. largest size, great The Triumph Shirt,
a. alwaya on hand,and made to order. 43-t f CONFECTIONERY volume of tone, only $200. 7J; oct.,square Hckness: ; or to give timely attentionto Superior in quality and style for $1

TTll ARTHUltC. l made), only $250. Stool and Cover with
Iolatl3-t; Skip Chandlers. each. At these prices the best and cheapest clocks and jewelry repaired; your PAUL }FUSKB'S NEW YORK STORE

Pianos ever sold by trim dealer Northor photograph taken; what route to Christmas Christmas!
((4th et., bet. Ceutn-e: and Alachua.) LUMBER AND NAVAL STOKES In order to meet the demand (for the South; 15 days test }with; years guar travel or ship freight by where to !
; For in dress
antee. Easy Installments small In- holiday presents goods
1 I have hand
FEUNANDINA. Holidays!, on the largest and
. . FLORIDA. 1f crease! on cash rates. Buy a Southern ice &c. who shawls cloaks and notions
Provisions and Groceries j f finest assortment of get your beef to employ hosiery, ,
Gem and you are absolutely certain of
don't call Paul Fuuke'aNew
PopJPHYSICIANS as lawyer to make forget to at
JTJK. W. II. getting a bargain and a reliable Piano.> your ; your
IIJi Aitm Prices, G Address, for Fall, 1880 Price List and Catalogues shoes; !; rOut clot.lIj; where to buy York Store before purchasing

AND SURGEON Jf Loge Stock of- Fr ncH eac CautheS i S Sc'cr Music!Houte. LUDDcN, Savannah: & BATES', Ga. Southern 421THE stoves, have your casting done, or to elsewhere.New. --

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At Clays Drug) 8tor. i '" a Paul Funke's New York store offers
c. j W.;) : ;:: least whoto perform the last sad rite,
cad fjeun& Bt tiiKht ftt r'llidl'nO' on 6th street! 1 1 c, displayed in the city, I also have a '' Q 1"4 eel. and give a decent burial. These, its large stock ol Clothing Dry
Lrlwrtt 11I eq you
.ftmlre and Aah."Y Oood. buwrior assortment of Candies of .( H c Goods Boots and Shoes at strictly .
I-vJ tit .. <: andmany things more, are to be found New York cost His new supplies by
M. & II. J. IL KER rr'URE 0. cs p
Doors. MY\ OWN MAKE 19 :c 0 =Coz in these two pages of adv erttsments, every steamer will guarantee a gape"nor

U.ATTORNEYS AT LAW 9FKBXJXD1XA Sash, :_: 0 I b11 ;; =::4 w '00 aO and the wire man will serve his own selection.The .

Blind!!. I I ... "" '" f. .g..:: Ultr of. i interests of those who
.. by buying only
I JACKSONVILLE( - FL!. Paints!!, Freti! and Pure. Also NUTS of all kinds ,. WII"'C E t-'o4 < :s: Three Cent Counteris
RAISINS: I and generalCONFECTIONS -= '" fc ; are enterprising enough to advertise.
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Oils and .. !
cnoij::: = at Paul Funke's New York Store.
JAS. McWATTERS, Varnishes. I :: . CtJ -O- :100.WI ,:.>., '""" Hest assered they are 1 live businessmen. &

Extremely Low for Cash. aI::: I f IO .-.. 8,;; .
Notice to Tax-Payers.
House Sign and Carriage Painter; ,+ -- .. '"
Send C.)
-ALSOCalsomlner ; orderr ,..t once, or call :and examine Examine stock ofTOYS : = CD a r Notice is hereby given that I am
be'ore p'archasinir! elsewhere. I by .. >- '" F M. 1 THE CO VEXTIO\. receive the State andCounty
ready to
Glazier and Pa !
& HOYT{ W crJ :
q ... : CALLAIIAN Dec 18, 1880. taxes assessed fur the
per Hanger. Second Fernandina, Fla.STUISIIPHIP1IT. 0 0 : year
Orders should be left at AM-EERON!\ & : :; 0 T::a ci o i The Convention was called to or- 1880. My offioe is at the store of

TccKEii'8 Carpenter Shop, Fourth Street, Wb .)TER SCIf DUtE.OCEAN and articles suitable for Christmas and d.-r by the chairman of the County Angel &; Friend and is open on

Fernandina, Florida --19-tf Holiday presents, FERNANDINACorner{ Executive Committte Judge Baker. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday,
On motion Messrs A. B. Noyes, except when collecting in the coun

D. ALVERSON, G-.. SThEtICor. : ] Fno. 'A.' Whitney and John Owen, try.I.

were appointed to act: as commaittes. will visit the following places at
Painter and Car pester,, ( Centre and Second Sts., on credential After the report oi the time stated below :

Special attention given to topping: 4-tf FERNANDIN.FLA. the committee on credentials: permanent Odom'Branch, ....Monday January. 10 1881 .
Xing'. Ferry.... ..Tnetday 11"
Furniture organization was perfected Donn'i Creek.....Wednesday 12"lIiQinbothllm'.Thunda1
Buggies& ,, :Wagons, Etc. COMXKCTIha KIQUL41LT WITH by the election of W. N. Thompson, < 13"
All work in my line executed with dis SIITLCUOS!: BAM B !! !I' as chairman and Isadore S. O'Neil Callahan..8.tureey Brandy Branc*...Friday. "" 15"na.t'l 14"
patch. t Shop: on Fourth Street betweenCentre NEW YORK STEAMERS Roal..Monday: .* 80Cooeville "
find': Fenundina.: Flo. as Sed-tary of 1 the convention.On ...........Tueaday U"a1lemUe..1.uud.y
12-tf. Fourth and Alachua Street motion the majority rnb wa It 11"
tau U'THE OKLT Grand Central :Depot for ToysAXD ': P. I. COURTEB, Proprietor. adopted and it was decided to vote by Amelia.Friday 1"
J. RIKART, Strictly Inland Route from Florida. I I -' i! own ballot vote., each delegate depositing his Fernandina W., Dec.F. SCOTT 11, ,1880. 3-tf

Meicliaiit! Tailor Christmas and New Year PresentsAT :, THE FLORIDA The election of Assessor! !! of Taxeswas I
first up, resulting as follows: I ? '
Centre *" .
Street. Corner Seventh I .
/ Fcrnnndlna: 'Z' lAND AND IMMIGRATION W. H. Garland 32V.; B. Hardee 5; DESIRABLE-HOUSE V> T UN-
A For Collector W. F. Scott I. S. A
s KING'S VARIETY STORE, 37; ing five rooms, with T O'Neil 1. For Clerk of Court, J. A. large Yard Orange Lemon and Banana -
Corner Fourth and Centre Sts.
,' I C O1IYA1a1Y: Edwards 38; W. B. Hardee 3. For trees. Centrally located. Good title
TE7ILL leave Feirmndina!, for &..un.b every H J. Baker No
County Judge 38
: :
'f Fernandina Fla ;
MONDAY and FRIDAY morning, SALE ttc.For -
RESIDENTet'orraphs OFFERS FOR further particulars apply at this
with steamers for Mew' York on TUtSDAY: and I opposition For Sheriff, Peter Cone office.

\ : SATURDAY.: Cle oonnection with all rotnu> on the Trannlt We are offering at wholesale or retail, ;;'l 600,000 ACRES LAND), 35; Patrick Kellv. For Supt. of f
p H O. [ G R ? H [ R. Railroad and teamen lor Tampa, Key! Weit. Ittva- and at prices that defy competition thou Schools, W. A. Mahoney 22; Philip 1
na and New Orlean I sands of articles of interest, of which we Suitable for the culture of Scmi-Tropical Goodbread 12; L. Dozier 5; I. S.

'with,AI.o witKtteamrr Flora for, Si.Ma..,.'.Rivera nd ,i can only enumerate a few: Fruits, Vegetable, Sugar Cane, Tobacco t:: O'Neil 2. For Count,\ urveyor. L To Planters and Merchants,
: in all the Popular St'lc aleomer landing for*Enterprise on the upper Mellonrtlle St.John.and Intermediate I Toys, Easels, Splints, Stationery, Doll<'arriices Rice, and Field Crops. Transit to W. Higginbotham 27L.. P. Tracy
VIEWS in any part of the State Going South arrive at Frrnandina WED ,Rocking Horses,Scrap: Pictures, the line ot the thilroaextending d'I 11; A. B. Noyes 2. For County Treasurer
every from Fernandina the Atlantic We have received and offer
made to Order. NK8DAY and SATURDAY. Japa.KeseGoods.CanvaL'i.Zl-pb 'n. on G. Stark 33 Jaas McGiffin 2. just
. to Cedar Key on the Gulf they are the ; -
L -- Hosiery Brackets,Wall Pockets
I rnrth"; ilL;between Centra and Alachua and This*ii unequalled steamer wa for* built Dead ezprewly, ruaengar for accuninioila-this route, Card Cases lotto I most; accessible In the State. The vote.for two county commissioners at bottom prices!,
hM.umnu, . . . Florida., lions and freight( facilities, Frames Glass Toilet The connections of the Transit Railro&d whose terms have expired wad s
y l i ThI'Ol1ltlcbta to :New York and ttate-rooma Sets, Fancy Cups affords the producer constant quick an as follows jf 200 Barrels 1
XCE--aEEF.: secured at o0oe of'- and Saucers cheap transportation to all the markets in f First Ballot, Jno. Moore 32; Noah! i .
W. B.THOMSON.Agea4Fernandlna the
F,,. Fancy Plain Bask& These country.lends are offered to new settlers._ Hicks 13; Jas E Davis 17: L. Dozier Extra Early Rose Potatoes.
K. BATJKNIGHT, H.B CHRISTIAN: Sollcltlnj Agent. g0-tf ets. Foot Rests, at the nominal price of 2.W.; McCully; W. H. Cope 4.

. ,- MantleShclves,ScranBooksWritirfgDesks.Pic Phineas Johnson 10; Mr. Moore was SAXBORN & 1foYT.II .
,e, i-to. SUAOTINA,, FLA., ST. MARY'S RIVER PACKET. $1.25 PER ACRE declared elected.' Second Ballot,
VuoLgfALStAND RETAIL DEALER IScnnessee turo Frames, Rocking Chairs, Davis 20: Hicks 10; Cope Johnson;
Good Quality Jewelry, Albums.
---J: : a E- Vases,Notions,Dolls in great Variety! free Descriptive Maps or Circulars given 4; Dozier 2. No candidtae receivinga :
Extension Tables, Express Wagons, Wheel on application to majority of all votes cast' a third Employment
[ S\tat t,.Fed Beef.f STEAMER C1PT. RICHARDSON FLORA, Barrows. Parlor Cars Cattle Shows- Charles. Lcvrls, Ballot wa ordered recalling as follows Partita in need of the services of a

\VnJ tare Fernandlna.vern Mon"T and TemuDA> T Circus.CampsSoldier Equipments> Land Commissioner : Davis 23; Hicks 14; Johnson reliable, industrious! sober man, who
-t at I a.ra. from CEr\\THE tiTHET! DOCK for Games, Floating } Bpl26-79-tf Fernandina,Fla Mr. Davie -dared elected.
Building Blocks: >ti Toy ; was : understands gardening, the culture
Trader's Hill t Scales> Parlor Croquet Some discussion arose as Jo the appointment ) of fruit, and has had )large experience

sets,* Toy ANGEL & of the County School 1 in orange growing, will please'
immediate landinci on the St. II..,'.River Clothes PinsJointed Board when on motion it: was decided addles I as below. 1 respectfully

ough> Bills of Lading: i Pock- BAKERS AND to leave its api' ,intmt-nt to.the refer to Mr. J.
Jut by the MALLORY'UlOtHJI t it: : t-j.f-y. et Dolls Knives, Rubber CONFECTIONERSCHOICE County Executive Committee and I :green, Nasnan county, 1\1\Ir. W. B.
poUU[ on the St.MaryVnnectloh ->; \4 Balls Horse Lined Supt. :,i Schools.! McClelland:\ Fen'andina, and Mr. I
I i Whips Tool Chests Shoo AH business of the
1k being disposed Jack Higginbothan ,Callahan._
i.rsA i. '4 8annaahf'8iearoMa Sri.: f 'c Work Flys,Stands.tToy Cane Rocking Buckets Chairs,Wash, Groceries, Cigars[ya and Tobacco.TOY convention adjourned Since DIP. .gardenining: and horticultnr: I-l

1Mt',' ..aoweI:...;, F ar. Lets Chamber Sets Large and Small)t AND FAN ARTICLES. \V. Thompson, Chairman. confident that I t.:a
.1 Tea sets,and in tact everything to be found Isadore: S. O'Nen, Secetary.

1. -L"f A-- nn1 Picnics As will be seen .by the above o; -
at Ruck
a. ass "Estala t hiLi. the present i
1 i iu.y P I ei l.y Q4 ''idFI A
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3IE Itt IIT ,4S' y IN LEI II. it

ll s lVen-l hire: e

I 'ur'dlJil: ; tta. i . It'w
era wjll tried 1\ ersJ't .. .
I' \>niciiivVH P' I
sac nrdiaaly lieing'relitr4ed.! | t In my last attack: 1. trit'your' \ L,:

'-NeuralgineBn'dirf1; K"hort. thne t

lacoulc. was perfectly; !) cured. It i is a consolation": .SOS lnoiltyw'liere i. 6ti.

.A rciroUr communication of Atoe'U t Lodge<< AND DEALER INS'T'OVE1S to know that I have at least a renKtly that a 5t h'at,

..100. 41, F.'& A. M, will t..* field ftU Mondnrvenlug controlH this painful disease: and I can ., C.O. jIVINGSTON'
D"cJath at ;'::30 o'clockaharp. cheerfully! recommend( it to all who suffer Jacksonville Fin. u
V TranmtUt brethren are frate'na11y' invited '
to kitted. W. r, SOOTI. "W, M. .looking) utensils nf all kinds. as I do. \ G. T. NDERSON.! BE SUREr L'

J.o. A. WBITVIT Bee. *." AND FORCE PUMPS Atlantic April 18, ";J.) Chief of 1 P--.lice. Equator'Beer always on hand: and, f
., For sale 1Iy J.' L.- (day,: Fernnulinala.: .
And .Iron arriving by every steamer atIlainmerlyV. I BEG TO CALL A
:NASSAU c n A PTEU so..23R.A.M., i! Wrought Pjpes.Drivinp ----- -- ,

Scru SHOALS, GA., Greene( Co.. > .
ltf1ru1.r meeting<<:Deeernbfor 18th at 7>i o'docV Wells a Specialty August 3 1 187C. } 3ESOO I? 3 an. =
Tran.tent invited attend J .
Uompaotoin' fraternally to Bro St. above Second .
tme 3In. W. H. BAURATT .
I ; ATHENS, Gx ebruary 22. 1873. DON'T -
'" '. FEI.XANMNA' FLOUIDA. II D'AB SIR-I have sold] DR. GILDBU'S) SIR: 3ly mild, five years old, hl1d8)'mptumt'of TO EXAMINE I, TIlECo

Post Office Hour. : tfl: PILLS for the"o! year, :and find worms. 1 tried calomel and Paul

c", .: QtfZoe Zfow*-From 8:00: A.:'M to 6:00: p. 15- that all in> the neighborhood approve theu') other :Worm :Medicines\ but failed to expel' Funke's New Yorl

: F k,, .Al ": and the people will have none other. Theyare vial of Worm Oil, and the first dos I j
: from 8:00: A. M. to 1:00: p. M. ; and from 2:00: your !
.', ..' p. M. to $.?0 P. M. Sundays from 10.30 to llenleraoh.3fanufacturirwt n. better LIVER PILLS than any I hare brought) forty> worms, and the second:. HEW| GrThe Only Three Cen '

U:30:: A. V and 3.80: to 4:30: r. M. R..M, any knowledge:: ot. Very respetllully' ; those: s>o many were passed did not count j J ATTRAOTION. { Counter in Fcrnandin 1 .
I HEMtTjIoORE.[ them. S. H. AD MS. .

'I ARRIVAL AXD LETAIITCRE: OF TOE MAILS. For sale: b\"J.. L. tIny, Pei-nandina: Fly Jno. L..Clav.agent, Fernrmdinn' : Fla. 14 P. S.-Every customer purchasing $10.00 worth of goods will receive a handsome
". Hortitrrn t tli
Mail-Arrives daily nt 10:30: M. and Funlttlnni - --- present. nov6-tf!
Closes 3:00 P M. TrsKtGEE, ALA. July 28 1878.Iu. .
: ollll'thln New Under the teun.
;S !
foiUharn JfetJ-Arrives 3:30: A M. UNDERTAKER\ ) C. J. )[OP'FETft'ar .SirJusticeto .

:Iuses''" 1000; A M. you demands that: I hoard give you my A new era I is dawning upon the, life of I' flEW! FAIL riD WfflTEil Y 1
Hitherto been called A
she to
FIFTH tiTREET.Fernandina, woman. : upon GOODSAT
'. Et..Jiaf't, and trader11 IKUJlail Ir I experience with j'ouJ excellent medii-ine, suffer the ills of mankind! and her own be
Teethina. Our little thirteen
I :Arrives Tuesdays and at 2:30 p M girl just sides. The and, \
Fridays : Fla.. months old has had much trouble teething I frequent) distressing: irregularities -
ClobOB Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00; A M. Every remedy. was! exhausted in shape of ; peculiar to her sex have long Tar PCrULAS Day GOODS HOUSE! brJJ

St. Mary's Ga., only- ,; been .to" her the "direful spring of woe unnumbered -
l prescriptions from our family -ph\sicun.! 1
,, \ In the mansion of the rich
.Arrives Mondays and Thursdays 8-00: A. u.t Her bowels continued to pureblood ,
continued gut l in property
1 Tuesdays! and } r his been the/ constant ,atit-nt victim & T KYDB
: : yet (
ri. time. Her life dNpiired
Wedu'sdaj and! Sat'daya'! 9.00: A. 133x1 a was almost& -
Of thousand 1 ills unknown to'mm-and-
Closes Tuesda/ } !and Wednesdays!, : of. Her. mother! determined to try r a : ft
these without 'Oh how
r Fridays and Saturdays/ 2:30: P. M. j Teethina: and, in a day or two, there was/ a remedy. ,
long! in the agony of her soul Iris: she
.' .' SAMUEL T. J RIDIM LL P. M.rh'urch a great ch:1n: e-ne'Y life had returnod-the cried But now the hour of her redemption --
bowel were nearly regtili.and: thanks to
is! come. She will suffer no more, for> Dry 'Goods Boots
Clothing and Shoes Notions
METALLIC CASES. Teethina the little babe is! now doing well ,
Dr. J. Bradford's Female; Keg-ihtor: \ o- .
.Yours etc. D. W. MclVER[ {
30 -Dlrtt'tol'i' \\?OOC1 '1I Coffins and Caskets; Editor;, proprietor, Tuskegee: (Ala) .JVVie 1 man's Best f'ricl1d-m:1Y: be relied! on to and Fancy Goods at N. Y. Prices

.r PRE3BYTKHIAX. White Metal) and Silver Platei! cure all disease peculiar to women.: Try it

; BUT: ?. n. lifer. D.D., Pustor Setvlcw) at 11 '1'r'iltltltillgr\) , MACON 0\., Nov. 1, 1879: and be convinced, Jno. L- Clay: ai ent. THE LARGEST: AND BEST; STOCK TO SELECT FROM AT PRICES WIIICIII

. e. m.aid 8 p. m. Suuday-Bchnol\ : A. m. Prayer'. DK. C. J. MOFFETT-Dear Sir-We have 1 1i CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
an.Mretl-iy orriUily: TVjmday: int i' ,i.8 p. m. Bttannem! and citizens CONbTNTLY AXD. been handling Teethina: for several years, A Cough Cold or Sore Throat shouldbe ] } I

EPISCOPAL. I Bodies! w&sbfd ;and! dressed, andPreserved \' and the demand increases-ns the article: i stopped.! Neglect frequently results in NEW SCOES 'received every week, so that our Stock is always'Fresh' and Desirable.

becomes introduced and is known. Oar I an Incurable/ "Lung- Disease: or Consump: '
He>'. 0. P. Tbiekan Pastor f! r.lret' at It m. . until Burial, with 1:1': j r
Prajfri' at 4 p. m. 6unduvschool 8:30: p. I". We k- sales average! from two to three gross! per |I tion. BROWN'S\ : BRONCUIAL{ TROCHES 1- -A LARGE STOCK OF-
dry mi vice Friday 4 p. m. Souls free. Strangers. \ I without thai use of Ice. months.! We believe that your Teethin-i: : ire: certain to J'irelief: in Asthma,

tend.U///Ir/ifz> (71 BC4.WES? ; *?> C1.'lfJllICS
I A A9A l A &2f 4L"JLi > 2it!\ :
a standard and indispensable article, lor in and Throat_diseoues. For thirty years the/
Rev. J. F. O'BoiIe, Pantor. Ben Ie.* at Old TownMega : for removal. t' .
Troches have been recommended by phy-i -
instance has it failed
: no single : to give }
at 8 a, m. At Mew Town-Uiut: Maii and '! Telegraphic orders promptly From 5 cts a yard and upwards.
8ermon,10:30: x.mChteohism,4; Plo\"eIper.,7:30; : p.m I isfaction. No complaint has ever b en sici.-ms: and always give perfect !satiric-: :: f -. .

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. ATTENDED TO.. made to us, hence we conclude it does all tion. They -are. tint new or tad tried but DRESS COODS.-A stock of LATEST STYLES at BOTTOM! PRICES..! .

Rev. J. AtkiDR, Pantor.. Service. **t 11 Im.. and 2S-tf. you claim for it. Jlerit' i id luiund U succeed I having! been tested by wide and constant\ ,I i

7:30:: p. m. Player Meeting every" Wedllt'BdayeV4D'! HCNT, KANEIN & LAM\U, Drutfgi!\ use for nearly:& un entire generation they :i! A large assortment of IIOISERY and GLOVES. Flannels, Towels and Linen

ing ai 8 o'o oct.Her. Al'\'I8T.\ Laths and Lumber. For sale by J. L. Hay Fenvindina Fla. t have attained well\ merited rank among i I I Damasks: Undershirts and Drawers< at great barguLis.: Cloths, Casimeres and Kentucky -
few remedies of the Public
staple ,,
It. M. King Pastor. Service on the Brut and I' age. I Jeans: a full stock. :Special bargains, in
tecoud Bnnriuva each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30: Notice. speakers and singers use them t to clear
3:30: 1" TlIS of the best quality will bo delivered and the voice. Sold
m. Sunday-iehool
p p m. I strengthen at twenty i I
COLORED CHURCHES. I i I I LJ at Fernandina at from $1.80 to ALL Pftwers of Attorney heretofore! : | five cents a lax everywhere. i j i LQJ I rQC151 l I rq-LGrI.L: ::

Trimly Methodttt t EputopaJ-Rev. J. O. Howard. S2.00 per thousand, in any quantity. \' by me to any one whomsoeverin '
Pit*tor. Services at 11 a. in.. 4 n. m. and 7:30: p ra. I,I Address.! S. J. TEMPLE. the State of Florida! prior' to this date; : Before you bend North\ \ for instruments. 'I I GENTS' Fl'" ?..TSIIING:; OOODS n speciality.
at 8Qnday..choolll 7 o'clock. a.m. Praj er Mcetuu Wediifgday. 35-tf. Temples Mills, Fla. are revoked. Revocation on tile in .nfllceoi : Spread eagle:& :advertisements<< do not alwaysi A ful1linrs.r '. rat t: Styles. Our I>OLI\R SHIRT is the best in market

Africa ffrthoditt! Epi.ropal.-Rn. E. .1. Urookeng I I the County,) Clerk: Nassau ('nattyFit.; i i the exact"' truth. Better instrtmenti 1 ) at )I i Call nnd exatJ! i''r .r Stock and Prices before purchasing' elsewhere
B. C. CUVELLIEU. j li-st' or same prices can bt hd> rearer home i' .
Pastor hernoen. nt 11 s. m.. S r> m. ant 7W:: p. ra.6undai ORANGE GROVES FOR SALEI Orders by m \51x.'tnpily. attended to.
chool S Francisco Cal. Nov. 14 I860. 3.3mFARafTORENT Sec these oilers: ORGANS-15< stop;, 4 ,> .
a. m. Prayer Meeting> Wednesday, n : in New York ccial '
'r Having: a rl' bin er orders be filled New
at 7 o'clock.tnt sets Reeds, Sub:; Hiss, nnd Coupler. s\\ can always at
I !?! !! S! n'auti-I'I York prices.
\ Eaptlit.-Rtv.John Albion,Paotor.. SurlmnM ' I ful Cae Only $!'Io! ; !0) Stops\, 4 sets I mlT-dmTl
11 a. m., :9 I p. m. and I'M:: p. m. r,>undnv-f. chool I only $:.i9[l 7 Stnps> t, 3 sets; l l Reeds, $53.) Stool : Having i the FIVE CENT ) irTER:? which has proviso] popular,
; i
9 a. m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday),at 7 olcIOlk.: 1URE CIIAKOEThe I we show a large Hj'ty articles which \lave \Uc.i sold for more than tlonbltf( the
and Book inc tided.l PIANOS-7 Oct.,
Second Levin Cook. I' ...tcr Servinci A five't> lease offered) to 4R
Baptist.-R@v. srs w: any It'ptlsihle price; J. & T. KYDyi.I .
I size, Rich Rii'-cwmxl' Cas"( only SlTs: ) .
at 11 a. m., S p. m. and 7:30: p. m. Snndy.i following\ described orange/ !groves., 'tuaW' party: (nun of family: preferred)I are: ; I North lint cor. Cetitrc and! '1 Third i>is.!
acbool a. m. Prayer Meeting Weduwclaj", at 7 on a ixMiinnul.1 rxtcnilii K into OKAN'ili LAKE.: : .3i): Oct hniest: size, only S2tO\>() ; T1.' ;; Oet. !
o'clock. ouch with a water front and steamboat lauding, Itr"olfcred ot the following scribed' priority :ami ,on[ Sijuare' Grand extra 1-irge.=, AligniticcntJ 83 Walker Street New<< York. f f2.j-tq; Fernandina. 10110 \-

for.Ie. : ," ('undil i'J1JS as herein, set forth; I the owner J' Case, only :sf!:4ad.? \) !<'toolnll,1 Cover> hiclutied. ------ -- ----- ---- -.- ---- -.------.-:.... f
lit. Known a the "Jxiwer Grove contnlnn' xorverrn being now a resident of New York. .
acres of rah. hammock lund situated utwul. ( All from ,,1111111I1 reliable:& makers.: r ":.(:), & ) ,.J J ":((1. '. :
: ,
known "Kldondo": t
THE BEST PAPER! TRY IT!. one mile in Ihe midst! ofGRAINS "Cuvcllier's; pi:tee. ," is situafed as: lour 'miles or I|I and\fu, fully) guaranteed:& if not; Sill 13 dn-s if: ; test tri'tl.. ..:!:-;t ...r... "ITr= J.. [- -' rytJ.r.f=< ; ....(.(.-. !coi, f '!!rJ'"'!I 7 D'r.,"r y J.Kg
freight ctCJrY.
) ;
LAKE [pay,) ; :
; from Arredondo railroad: station on the I'
t '1 | lively! the lest bargiins: in the U. S. No
BEAUTIFULLY II.LlT TrrATED.39"th.Y"ear. on a pi" nluriilur! con -quoty! iA i well. (l'l'ott'c.,1. ,1 from county road to Mio-inopy, and consists( ot[ : mistake about Ihis.Ve !
mean P. H. & CO
1 coll.: feitbcroangeor lemon trow wire lajur"d about thirty ((30)) acres Irish: rich hammock Proprietors,
I by lat-t. wir-er' severe! fr i.t.,. 'tliis: tr. .t 1. cleared: 1 lll111, and about fifty Fill( ) acres low I'' competition with the world. Send .
ditored IInd f-noed, the greater ben under for Fall Piif-es, l IfbO. It will -- -- - -- -----
jurt :
rich lhn I fiat clmm! land, ditched. The BARS, I TABDIT METAL
i-ultiva i m. H .on it 41MI r WO! orange/: in J 'leinon.treed : I Aildri-b LliI>!HTES': South; Gn.\TE j ,
., in nil bearing' hud 'U,d from th-' bent. ol. btut.k ditches! require cleaning and opt-uinir.!?: B,<1- : 1 1j
.,I h't"inl KO.(/ 'fhecroptr.nnlb.' trwstastyear of j Music House, Savannah: Ga j I' I II
an a pioperty" consists of .!hammock andnine
old ror f U t$,. The trp -> 'ind /Mjr to '..rndms.:, he,try )
The Scientific American I crop ll'l" )' Froutg ..D. CtliANGE!\ LAKE, .ieaui. t woods: and"water: (:a portion' of Lake Wnthpr fitJtbtri)) .' '. .iiutiirr3..t VAfhpret! f l 1 j I i Wiaiow Weights; I I EAR ETON,
I I boat landing shout Ha! y to. "i-u.nT. LtVImprovements) \ consi-t of some! i
The Scientific American is a large First- I! 2nd.. Th-"Mound\ Crove" a'lojt half: ; .. mile on fencing: !!, one well :and a log built. corn crib, Are ).rtllisltlrb..l! :at ni.'ht and brokenof ,

Class Weekly Newspaper of Sixteen Pages 'i i *two sm.nstl HKEoa .or st.Lhlt'> your: riM' by n sick child! suflr-rinij !imd ( RON!: RAILiHGLumber ; G GO S PIPE[
with the
; crvinr of
Conditions of Lease Lessee eseruci.ating pail cut.limp -
printed in the most beautiful style, pio : !: is; folfojv:
fusels illustrated: with splended engravings HIGH, RICH HAMMOOK, than I.ay; nominal: rent fir f fr.'* :dollar per" le dh'1 ? If so. go at onte.aud. get a i ,

representing the newest Inventions and : I part uudiir truce C'.nt-i a'. 1"12.,110 ."'... rrtai-jf,, v 'nr. -hnll. \ pry: all la;;tat! on the property'protnpt'Y'88 lMittl, of MRS Wt Sr.OW'b SOOTHING Trucks 'I -'
irwt ttiid lemon .. from. .. SYRUP I If* "will"relieve the little !!, ice SAILS,
the most recent Advances in the Arts antI Ir. imixirii'ft.i' K I'irt. { they l ecome dui :on.l! : ; keep( poor -
pry the trees tire' l hulled 'mm d'p rfrhr.t-i l Hi tn>* a
jencinz and in : 0,1,1 Siitft-r ;r imnnvitteiy-tlepend' > it.
I Sciences; including New and Interesting Oroie. About 1.SOO:; 01. thviit'inr! h :i.ittii., : improvements onli-r, Upon|
,''th Facts in Agriculture Horlicult re the There are 81401.OUdor 1.400 wild or,nit" t"'C'A on.ili.ill, I take care <>f. cultivate and bud with, there; i i-u< mistake :aib"pull' There is" not, :a CORN MILLS SOL TSNUTS

Home Health, Medical Progress, Social; .this. trict fica'ter.-d rough; the luiinuiock. whch j]1.sweet'urllnge buds the sout stump trees mother! on earth who IIHS ever used: it, ,
.tix be reads y convrrte5: into awi-ei' ire,-. liy bud Tnow who will not, trll at' that it will
Science Natural History Geology, Astron ding. This tract u 'Knnably' oratfd for groping, on the place of which there are about' I yon once I .
most;; valuable ]practical' pnpi'rs. \'eIlPtahll'' sixty!: :and as many more as the owner maysee regulate the bowtN: and give rest to the I Washeis.&c. : Syrup Kettles.

,I. ,II bytiminent< writers.. in all departments\ of 1'orterms.ete, Adlr<',,- tit to furnish and have planted, up to a !i mother, and relief and health to the child ''I --- -

Science will be found\ in the Scientific! { FcrcauJina Exi JNt rs). A.'prDl.nltlla.WHITNEY.OQct Fla.. I total limit of two hundred. lessee! shall!i op.Tn'ing like magic. It i is perfectly safe : BAY STREET BRUIffSOTJGK GA.

? t, Ameiican.Terras -- -- --. --- l\J'ee'not: to giant two 8UCC'g'e! (Tops of j to USP in all cases, and pleasant: to t the taste ,

I $320 per year. :1.CO hil: year I cotton or tobacco > on the same land, and| i, and U the prescription of one of the' oldest i ij j jI1 I I _______

Which Includes postageli) )i count to Agents shall plant cow peas with his corn and I j, fcnytle. physicians and nurses in t 1i i tr I i'I
r > 1 PATENTSobtained? cane and turn them under. Timber the United Elites. Sold everywhere. 23';
Single copies! ten cents. Sold by all crops r

N"f'1I.1f'1\ Remit by postal order to to l he> taken for use on the place only and 11, cents a bottle. lRon AUD B BflASS! LISTINGS OF [\\M Y DKCeiPTOifl3Jill

WUNN A ,'.) I'ub1f..hers,3lPitkTowN' V for new invention( or for im- j shall not be sold or otherwise disposed NC.. j I. 1

I \ in connection with the oM), Caveats : I I Lessee; mast agree to keep ditches open'1 ATLANTA, GA; Dec 101879.
} lrO\'I'ml'lltsln>
PA''lf\l'I'S+ | ones Inl'ringe-
J 1 1 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN TnnlerMarks. and all business and cleared land free from one / I I hive: gotten rid entirely of Roaches by
menta patent : '
Messrs.[ Munn & Co.;". re Solicitors promptly K.Ut'lllll'llto.' growth Preference given' to; person whowill 1 the use of the Rex Exterminator. I had york: ft Specialty, J7-ly

of-Tmerienn nnd Foreign Patents, have ISVLNTIOXS THAT HAVE P.EEN reside on tho place.: Arldrrss ] {Irfe3} 'nearly everything to no purpose.
hud, 55> years experience, and now have REJECTED still in most be 1 WILLIAM 'A, TOFFIEZ Aln. Yours is t the bet thing of the kind that I "
the largest establishment in the world. Arredoado, Alachut: County, Florida.: ever SAW.. It does the work well and
!\ by us. Being opposite!\ the CT. S, -_----'- __ _ __ h _ __
Patents: are obtained on the best terms.A \Patent Office and ensnped! $ in PATENT quick, -

special notice is made in the Scientific BUSINESS; EXCLUSIVELY::; we .can' secure SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES :MRS. ADAMS, I

,.. through American this of Agency all ,Inventions with the name patented: and :; are remote patents fiom in Washington.ks\ time than those who High. Rolling, Rich;;HAMMOCK-'LAND, Proprietress Adams: House. I 11"{HE" ( PEOriFODIUt[ ittlffWM. i iL [ ASSOCIATiOn I Il10BIY

tesidem-e ciidilation of the patentee. By the ilU-. I When'Inventors send model] or sketch, ,situated one mile. from steamboat landing Many Combinations!

Inl"'S"> < thus given public attention we make search m the PAtent Office, and on Orange! i lake. Cleared and fenred. Specially

is directed to the merits of the advNe-as to its patent-abiliiy tree ofcJuirge. adapted to Orange and Vegetablegrowing. II:IVP been tried but none with such happy E:: AI.J..c

new patent and sales: or introductiou often Correspondence confidential; fees rea on.t-: Just the place tor large colonies. results as Rankin's Extract of Buchu 4

easily,) elFected.I ble; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Sot visited by frosts. In quantities to suit t and .Tuniner. It you are suffering from

Any person who has made a new discovery . I IS OBTAINED.We purchasers: derangement of the Kidneys or Bladder I. ]L. BAKEll:, PREstDKsr.! 1 K. O. RANDALL, SECRETARY.
or invention can ascci tain, free of I Gravel( Pain iw Weakness'in the B:ick
refer by {permission to the City j tV1I.r.:\ r. SUBLETTE VICE-PRET.! II. M. EU'I'ISAss'TSECRETALY.
charge, whether a patent can. probably be I Postmaster and to the Superintendent of I FOB.. SALE. or Hip get a liottlc-one,or two will relieve ,
obtained, bv wri lug to :Munn & Co. We I: the Post Office Money Order Division in you This article has been before the W. D. BIZZELL, MEDICAL EiAMixEu. 'i,

always 'send free our hand book about the For Also public tor nearly:: ten years and its sale i isconstintly r
Washington. special reference circu- II a two hundred acre plantation; : situated : \
Patents TradeMarks advertisingwhich
Caveats little -
-andtliHpvith very .
lar, advice terms &e. addressC. immediately on Orange Luke contain- -"
I I _
their costs, and how procured with tt to be an articleof '
> proves
A. SNOW:; & CO., ing ten acres of'ORANtiE
plus for procuring' advances on inventions Opposite Patent Office.W bington. D. C. m TIJ We hate testimonials from some ISIIES PROTECTION to the beneficiaries of itsmembers at Actual Qoat. or

Address for the Paper, or concern- ___ .* 41 I of the leading phpsicians, : of Georgia, South { LIfe' Insuranee ComrMrnesfMe* .
r chained by "
I abi)(ut one third of the amount usually :
ing Patents ( TREES and Florida! and other :States,
(Carolina ja
: follows. viz For
Female Institute and\ Annual DUel paid members are -fl
I lees by
Wesleyan bership :
OTlTSr & CO. 37 Park Sow Hew: Yerk.I Diuretic
: I in regard to its, reliability;& as :a Fee $ 8.00, Annual Dues .o ''
Biuucli Office corner F & 7th Streets STACSTOK, VIRGINIA. for the diseases for whichit Certificate.. ot $t fiftft, Membership .. i
beginning to bear. Sawmill and I and a remedy ,.. 4' 10.00, 5.00()(
tV shingsotf, D. C. f buildings. is recommended. Prepared only by .. 2,000, .. .J COO
I Under fence and I 12.1)0) If
cleared. .
()I.O .a.
Opens its 31st Session September 20th, 10 fruit and vegetable partly growing. This Adapted place unfit Rankin & Lnmar: Druggists; Atlanta 3.0 4.000.()() ', .. ,. 14.00()() "<,.-.. ., rr
1880.( Among the first Schools for Oa. and for sale. by John L. Clay, Fer- .. \-
lit"'. F. ORJITOK, B. Lsoo, I young ; is the steamboat landing for a large sectionof , .. 5,000. 16.00'
UiLLate . Eo PAIKS. ladies in the United States.: Climate tin- nandina,1'1tii1di.! : based "American
i rich farming country, rendering it a favorable The Mortuar: Asswrnents'! are on the Fxpelienct'r
Cbmmifgfontr of FatfnU.STOKY 'I surpassed.: \ Surroundings\ -States.beautiful.-Pupils I location for the establishment" \ ; of a Result. slightly increase each year up to the age of GI!. TO PAY g>E
from Seventeen AMONG THE A Remarkable
profitable\ business. Address; meats will: be made: on every SLOW,() / ot)t each Cnl i =-ta1 "
\TI! jWtl<;'; : LOWEST TERYS IN TilE UNION. I makes ditterent how physicians ;
JNO. A. WHITNEY !; no many
P1Jll ] [ ; Pamphlet: and all inforaaatiQn; cbecrfi
Lights English
l'' \\ J" : ?: j Office Fernandina or how much medicine you have *
I! !!! I _-.: =,/ (F"Jo Liiiln. Trench, for each half of the Express, tried it is now an established/ fact that 'INH.

Schol'ic.e:1.r., !;:' : ,. . .'... .. . .. . . .$115,,'""rc .. Fernandina; . Florida. German Syrup is the only remedy which l E. DAY Gen Mn-jagef: isA
aAFTCN' ven.I.J.. For Catalvnie address
All extras in
Pear & LAID, has comoletesatisfaction severe
given .
Attornr -Law! and &/lif&>rg of American Rev. WM. A. HARRIS{ ]lres't, *..::a;:lo. S1VITE: : : :, cases of Lung diseases. It .is true there are ,- "

a/tat Foreign Patent i j jttiKIFTn aJ-tf:; [ titaunton,Virginia vet thousan& of personwhoare! ? predisposed
FANCY BJtt.\D AND) t.AKE: to moil lung attectlons, .consumption "
7)RtCTlt'l: p air l .t 1 In*. in all Its br ncli.... In ttfX. Testimonial. l1emorrbrt asthnw: 'serer"- I .
ral*ni <'mof.. mJ u the Snpr.m>and t CiiLtiit. I colds settled on tin brcn. :Gt phennv njd'i
I Dwimbcr
.. .
Court* of the Cored MiHtf' 1'ampkltteat frr-co BAKER whooping eturh&c.whohavendller" ,
receipt of camp for ixwf'B'' 41-te A II'''' tights: siiH-e.: I .jpive: my} son one I ill knowledge of IVwcLee's;; GfcHtwn:) E : WART't.
,. dixv' nf Worm Oil and (he next tlt\:. he t'rnl.Jt ..
---- --- :;: (
To such we would say i11fJ9'J ( ') :( U ;
t.t7..rretolvrnuvcltiri....\ ,, rd p);s-ed sixteen l l.ifcre:& woimAt: ) the su'ie ttraer Third ans. ::: ..isP1ef !d fJw m I were soil! 1 lt>tyenr aitlluut one tmnp14lJn.1 >

h"lie.T..... time I lllu'e! ? one' uose fo my little !girl', four Uon.ulIi'tin.!! ttv jra,;: rn .
vearsold. and site! passedelghty: ,, !; )-six worms, .. Sou5 i Y"
.. aye 1v: (cents: by II'k k I ,
r : +:?"IUt' !i.fhot:t!' irt i tie> Ilm1. For sale \bJno: '_. tt,, I I1
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