The Fernandina express

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The Fernandina express
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Fernandina express
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Fernandina Nassau Co. Fla
B.C. Cuvellier
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


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Editor: Jno. A. Whitney, <1878-1881>.
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"A conservative newspaper of the period."
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 19, 1878).

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:d; A.n4rt ebersuite the line ot railroad lJplat rfttee wiftltK-\

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b Qalksr. ';Isa': ,a'. theniilroad, rmeset :Ix>fion<.
; ': Up' Lofton ,-QreckTowhere.'.McQueen's rrE3DSr<3PSai .
CINCT ro.Z t Swamp lot ersecU Lofton',crcekvlhencetipMcQueen's -

Jackson MerrickJobason.iJeorge. IrI :, Br.amp to the ford of Mr. 11'ig-
a,parallel''I.. 'hem '. ginUolbamV place, Thence in a> titrest- AiAROE NEW SUPPLY' H

:n'tiered ,I Benton York Johnson Hardee erly direction following the IIId "publiI INTSR GOODS,
]' Brown Parley Jones Zackariah I, road to Boggv sw mp thence down Boggy

considered, I Bt oo er. F M Jones London swamp to Nassau River thence down ILI1ttE 8' -

fw Itlfathy and turns, Maurice King Frank P Nassau River to the mouth of Lolton
"P Clark Lewis King W II creek, thence up Lolton creek to the laa, 3T StZa

anarchy-and Davis LewisIv'iz, Preston i of beginning. v

ion. Anti It Dunhim,-Alfred Saunders. Jacob R, DISTRICT No. 6-To.commence 'at .por! dSca
Dunham Augusta S vage. Henry Henry on the tt. Marys river thence up ; Hoa' u ;
gad t.IdaRt
v Davis Jobn-1. Savage Nathaniel the St. Dior}river to the mouth of LittleSt J.ADI&S-3' 1SA IIg=P'rTR'
a Eastern Chadwick Savage Tom Marys river thence 1rr. gie Little St.

hem.States Elberson Wm Scepio Joseph Marys. to the public roariWfnown as the NeckTies; silk Hankerchie

Glasco, Andrew Swearingen.Petfr' Old King's 1:0(1theuce, by the King's .
AM Jtc Ln c st Siyi
oueti Gardner, Solomon Swearingen. ,, ? ro1ll0 the point where it crosses Boggy

Haddock, Joseph Sr Sanders Joseph swamp, thence down Boggy swamp to the FANCY ja'ELiir BUirEEPS.A.MJ. rt-JTURK YdJtCY NOTIUaz FRIMI'S;,
Hawkins, Haven White Richard:: old lord near Mr. Peter Gft'en's place ,

tit s and Higjrinbotham Alex Whiting F.D thence following the public road in a Notice.Bids .
UolHus, Floyd Wicks. J T? north westerly direction to the ford on .McQueen's J
meaKnrrty Holland;Jamas Wright Cephus swamp thence down the McQueen's will be received at the office of the

rd only lo tin Reyes, Charles swamp to the Waterman 4 Old City Clerk until noon of the 10th day of

"' whole section PRECINCT NO. 8.< Field, thence by the public road,to Port :'ocember-1680, for the purpose of city ,; .'
a 'the of be scrip to the amount ot $600. Cash
Adair TiI1man Heury, place : nuino.DISrA1CT ,
aminoMiieaat I Nelson George awards will be made to the bidder offerins .
erlving: Barnard. J 0 i So 1'To. camme&ce at the ,
Prince, Alexander take the least amount of csah $100 in
'Such an issue itenof Crane,Joseph Stalling P mouth of the Little St. Mary River thence I to No bid for a less amount than $100 "
Davis Alfred the Little St !Man River to the oldbing's scrip. ''"
Savage Isaac np entertained. Council reserves
in will be
some of tinra crip
Davis John 2 Tomfmson Lewis road (one leading to Camp Pinkney) the to reject and all bids. '+r
and Jf *awJ ft't+tn Goolsvy. Alvin Trigs Harry thence by the old King's road to Camp Bids should right be addressed any to the City Clerk .

South will Hatchar. E B Wiggens. Henry Ptukney oa the St.- Marys River thence endorsed "Proposal for Sale of Scrip. :
n >t owe and
f Jones, J D Wiggins,Joseph down the SuMarys River "o the month of

.iy. Then, gir i OH,the kitrell, T C Whodlce, William Little SuMarys*.;;, River,..the place of begin. SOMTER, S. (:. Nov. 10, 1814- -

lion and determination Ow' PRECINCT NO 9. ning. MR. W. i1. BJVURKT, Augusta G.u,
ballot oolb.j"mesl Jones W L DISTKICT No. 8 To commence at Camp Dear Sir-It gives me great pleasure to A
e,by the these Bunch, WM Landers, Thomas Pinknev on the Su Marys River thence by attest to the efficiency of the Pills received

Aires and there area Bragg. Henry Lee Peter the old l+ina ,,'road to the point where fmm you a lew davs r,r. They have accomplished '
Barnett the Alnchua trail leaves it, hence follow every thing bat I desired of
'half millions of Basking, Jessce JfcPlter.on. Doctor tag the Alachua"trail to Bat ton's thence them and I hive civen several to my Y

n i, North, of: 'Mason Banks, Edmond O'Donald.Constan'no: westerly by the public road to Stokes Fer- neighbors. Peace! sent me two dozen more :.

Brocket,T J,, Pendarvis. ry on the St. Marys River thence down for. use on my farm. '
ti: i'ho, will lend Chairs, Dimon _Purvis" Wm the St. Marys River' to, the place of begin, Yours icspectfullr.JXO. .
ning. .' C. TINSDALE ",
hand. Oar principle Chambers, Richard Pomroy. S i'CtawfordIi
seven' decides of B Koberson, J H DISTRICT No., 9-To "commence at the For sale by J. L. Clay.-Fern:\ndina,-Fb. MSEVERALTFiOUSANDgCRES
Clark, WIley.llolJlnson, Henry mouth: of Boggy*cl't'Ck'.oh Nassau 'River I',.
d mnft and will triumph. Clauser, Frederick Stewart SolomonSoulheriand.JB following Boggy creek to the fcrd of King's

her heroes still, who strive, Grier, Abrahatn, road;thence north'by the Kln;;'s road lo
[fortuerieht-' Freeman, John Sherrard. General Alachua trail thenco by the Alachua trailto High, Rolling. Rich HAMMOCK LAND,

i to battle come, Givens, Simon Taylor,'Joshua the Range line No 23. thence following situated one mile from steamboat landing .
ftlence, firmness might Harr's Samuel Turner, Willis the Range line south of the base line to on Orange ake ('lc' und fenced. Speciallv -
L.puly Hopkins, Jaiuts Tymas George tin boundary line of Duval County,thence jiiTapipd lo Onmtre and Veg"falilegrowing.
_A. J. M. HortoD.J'J Wood Benjamin l>y the dividing line between Duval nn-I lint the i> !lIr lurjje colonies.Not I

Jones;J Elkin Walker John Nassau ,counties to the mouth of Boggy vibitM liy tr,Nts. I si qnantiiies I to suit '

Names Jinkios, James IFhile, M JI creek the place of beginning: purchasers,
DL-TBICT ,No. 10 To commence atStoke's
Johnson R C 1Virdcmore Arnold
) from the Registration List for SA..I.iE.
Jamep Thomas Young Samuel 'Ferry on the St. 3Iarvs River: POR.
l county and published as Jones London thence by the public toad to Alachua trail .
on'IjOttuc'Act approved Feb- ,' "' thence by the Alachua trail to Range -line Also n two huiulr.Wcre plantation, situated
1877: 10. No. 23, then Fouth by Range line No. 23 "o immediately on Orange Luke, contain -ring

|PRECINCT:1.Andrews. Adams Simon Jenkins Andrew base Hue, thence by base line lo ,Crosbey's ten acres ofORANGE
Chapman Freeman Jones AU tlstusCoyJohnC thence Deep creek thence down
.J&t MayArmstrong CharlesLewis bay, by TREES
DR Arthur Lee Deep creek to the month. ,
Crewf D C Josiah A
[ Georgeob DISTRICT No. 11- To consist of all tb1ltportion'of
Crews, flraham Lewis Joehb A Jr beginning to hear Sawmill buildings. ;
Itarra, C CBenachlTN I Davis, Robert W Lewis U U county south of the line commencing Under fence and partly cleared. Adapted '
-T Evans Dilca Lewis; Benjamin at tile Deep creek to fruit and vegetable growing. This place k
Jfeorge Burrell, Horace Gore T II Sellers, Jas II thence by said creek to Urosbey's Lay, is the steamboat landing for large section
lane the base line toIL's
the base thence by
1l1udlus Green,J F 81tr1 enev. J R to line, between Nassau and Du- of rich farming country, rendering it a favorable ,t
juryRGW Cook, Lewis Green. J"N TII'lor.lJenrvGn'en dividing location for the establishment of a '

Crosbee, Henry Wm H L '1'humlsoa.1'1'm val counties. l'rotitnllbllsini ca- Address, f
hard Cornlga. Henry Harris D.inipscy TiioniHs Harvey The vMing'prccinct of nurnVr one is cs JXO. A. WHITNEY '

Frederick Cook, iti L Holland, George Thomas Alfred tabli hcd at the court house in Fe.nandina. Oflkc t'l'mnndinlEX1rl"Si.. \-

Jackson Cham Tiionus F W t'J .".VrSrecinct of "district No.2 is estab- Fernandina Florida J

Downie, JI W JarkllOn.lsfl'lllViI'OD, Nathan Amelia settlement formerly J. D.
LrardJ Dkklns; Mack JacksouJohn .Will'iOl1. P .. d:., $ &'ri piaco situated in section 15, THE FLORIDA

Daniels, Henry, PRECTXCT NO. 11, r '. two, north range 28 east .

Evuns, Isaac David 8 L Thomas II 2... ,! '' District No. 3, the precinct is established g

.tliel Friend John Gamble SSHigutower. Tilfln\ls, 11 L at school house number twenty located LAHD.ND l MIGRTIOH l :

Flncgan. J R TfH Thomas s, G A. land deeded by W. F. Womi to the I -
lnn' of Public Instruction for School
Hicks, TKH
P Frazkr.JobnFlowers ,
and located in sect ion 37 township
c o \ : iv
I3.'ll Y
2 north range 23,.east. -
( John' Gkdadcn, Lawrence Wcrren.Joseph Miuegen Christopher District No. 4, the precinct is established .
MilosGrady'l enry White, Henry Mcllae. Charles 1 OFFE-8 FUn SALE :
at act+ool house No 12, at Coneville, located
Jules Barley, Edward in sectwm 43, township 3 north ranzeI28 f

Ii 4 Hill JolmlIamhleton. Registration Notice. east. 600,000 AOEES LAND, 1 '

tlosepL T EllersonHudson. | Dialilet.No. 3, the precinct is established .
C;1Y Andrew. rpHE Registration'Book* of the several w
at school house No. 21,. located on lard
Suitable for the culture of
Election Districts of Nassau Semi-Tropical
1 F THenderson County
Hanpt, .
Swaun Board
deeded 8 A. to the of
L BenjaminW wlllle opened each of said Districts on Fruits VcgfUble, Sugar Cane, Tobacco, '_
',uJi "Soanlay. the//lh day ol Octobt-r; 188( Public Instruction !or school purposes, located Rice, and Field Crops. B.'ing adjacent to- ,
r In lot 2.Ecction'and 2 north a
and will be opened on each Wednesday township and along the line ol the Tr.+nsit ILiilrcKul
1 Jackson,John and Saturday thereafter until the 2jfd day range 20 east, extending from t'ernindina the Atlantic -

far, Johnson Albert'A inclusive, vf said month from 9 c,'<-\ock\ 11.. I District No; G, the precinct is established to Ceifitr Key on the Gulf they nre the

Johnson. Allen m. to'2 o'clock p m., and on such other at school bouse No. 11, located on land most accessible in the Slate. ".
days'MS the registration officers may deem deeded by John Owens to the Board of The connections ol the Transit Railroad

'ice,. Hiram necessary between raid d-ites for the purpose Public Instruction for school purposes located affords the producer constant quick,and
'' .TH of registering all qualified unregistered in section:7, township)3 north range cheap transpoitatiou to all'the markets. iu

electors in said districts. I 26 east f the country.

J F The law requires that electors shall reg District No 7, the precinct is established These lends; are offered to new settlersat
larry ister in the dUtraids in which they reside at rchool house No. 7, in the town of the nominal price of

and in no other. .Kimj's Ferry on the St Mary's Rivtr

The names ot the deputy'registration of t District No. 8,the precinct is established $1PLR

:t? Seers !he district to which.thcy. are ap- tat the turpentine still at John D. ,Jon s, ACRE, -

' .. nointed, the place of registration ,and the situated in township 3. north range. 23 e. Descriptive
Maps ur Circulars
tioundarics of the districts follows given
4ki5'y ,as -. :_-_' District ,No. 9, the precinct 1. establish free on application to .
, ''Or. ed at school house .No.5, located in the CIJarlCIV.. Lewis
... ; $"" town of Callaban on the A, (}. & W, I. T. -
< Commissioner. 1
"'OCQD QCII = -IL RAilroad .
;---ti!': D strict No..10, the precinct is establish IIp12G-7'9-tf Fernandina, h'1.:1. .

?i $: $"'"' o. -..Z-f'\ xC ed section at Mr. 22 L.. ,\V.township lIi inbotbam's 4., north of situatedin range ORANGE GROVES FOR SALE

;5.' J. f ew 2-1. Cast -:::0:::-
.: pp' ;; m W II For District I'o.11 the is established
precinct -
? ,
., 0- .0. number 28 located !! !! ,
IQ l..f'I .II, at school bouse !! !!
-j 0 : =
t' on land deeded by George W. BITCC to the '
}+ DO ,iJ". : Q. d Board of Public Instruction for school -::
; :" :"ZIf1 =-: {liD$ purposes, situated in section 30 in town A- RARE "CHANCE.The
=1'1 :- i:: :L ship 1 south of range 24 easu', ;
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: : : : 0 Inspectors, of E ection.A on a pemoiuU following fiUndlnit deacribed orange Into ORANGE crow, .ltaat.4
" = :....'. : :. :. :. ... ..I T a meeting of the Boatel of County each wlh a w.ttr front IDol steamboat Coding are .
.' .... olfl'rtllrouale: _
, ..:.1- .M to t1 County.Comminsioncrs'October 4th. ...
: "
: --;:,: :. : : ;Z .J..14t' thf''LownGroTe.'' caotaias .Is '
held pursuant to Jaw for,the purpose of h
r.1. t.:::.> rnO'J >C, 1 appointing,, Inspectors of election ate the ODe mile in tbeyJ ? 3rS \lsii.b,,
egI'> g..s ,;; various precincts:Nassau county. The I b "
c ti ;:.; i'c :1x C2:!.* ABE
I tiI ... =- .. 2ZF n following inspector* were flnpolnleu: j&jPrecisct ...

I i -.a :.r.L. .-.. .--f'I.... -0 c, No. 1-(} Stat 'JaETAtIM!.. telD"Y".eUproteere4,n-.' ..... "
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td--- ;;1 0 A B Noyes l J +- ""'L 1'I1. .
;: g p g ;; 2-W : v deed sad ,' nnn' -tr> r
'" Precinct No. .F ,Scott,, ,Philip _itOY. p.rtIcu'h''io1t. ; .
., : ; I. r yip
r r 101 Thomas,James Eubanks tnoes in tat .,n h+dCrdum orsngs
the beat
,. ,1. '= Z 2:! : ;;- Precinct No. 3-Isidore S O'Neil, .Jambs etrbt 1ean'. 1 be trcp from thea tre.tact S
g. ;: 0 1 :: Anderson, Tony Allen. old for I COO. tf, .b.oS fir to PI'04 acs .eaYJ'yeas
t! ,
Go lt g =. Precinct No. 4-W B Hardee, I T Bea-, boat rroptDlsyear.l'eo hutding b sat 1M pl'nuRe:.dl tU pggtiat :.

. .t ,. SID SD { g Simon Litsey.Precmct .' name. Th.' Ol'9ve ainu'baf a mile
r'BOUNDAItIEf3 r No. 5-W W Farmer, E R penmaa fllMt.e-oll ORANGE LAO oa 011
t Snowball Ralph RusselL- two n.gmal al yt trlJ't-6"ICn't of

OF 'ELECTION DIST1tI"II3 Precinct No. 6-G T Stewart, Wm M.. ffiGIi:,,"RIOH RlmiMOOK... "-
FF Vanzant Simon CrandalL
: part under _ataiN bout :
{ Precinct No. =Wm C Davis, G W Had freer and W.{toe treitrom imported I.GOO sweet oraJlg .
DISTRICT 1 o,1 Includes all that atoct. Pan _
I portion dock, Willis Mitchel. \ 11 1tD4de4.Pram the tdebr"le4 HtraoaVsar '
of Amelia Island lying north ot Town- Precinct No. 8-G Preston King,'Henry aGrDOt Almat1.EOn of theeetey saTler
are "OO tooo er 1 tea.
line number ;!) trial ss
# ship two commencing' nt the Kettles Simon \Vasbtn cn. thW' trot styrtereQ orange
t lroch
At' Atlantic ocean and running west on Town- I, Precinct No. flH 0 Pickelt: J R Sauls, ears be t.eait y eot 'rrta.f n'o swat;Le Lammoek leers which :
hip fin /number two, until the A., G.& Haggard Robinson. .Tb" ta'M'. k'''YWabl''loeat fGr by badstns. I

r [7. L or..lUilioad is reached 'thence along Precinct No. 10-L W Hlggmbotham.-' I ... etahtea terms,:tlla.* .: ;, crcm.c- .,s
e fin >f lite railroad to the drawbridge J W Ilodzes J B Little.' / ,' :.' .
", ', o 4, n Amelia Rlrer.DISTRICT ., I : -I OLoi: ..:....._edms zJZU. IT3'EY. ;
CtP ins i Precinct No 11-Aaron For'tL-er, N ,A s'j Fera&adtna. Fta.. '\
''rn it No.2-To include that portion I t Hicks, Lewis Motes. f .
ttwV 'Vmelia Island lying south of the southboundxrv ,_ 1'i ,!It t'aING'S:: ,I ,
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line of district number one. lID CIrenit Court of Florida, Fourth .
UF ts I'sttt-r No 8-To commence nt Ame-1, Judicial Circuit, NasSI.II'ConDtr.-; ; ] 'Iori a}: Tropicalty ;

ui P ,. et *rUie month ot Clai k's or O'Ncil's WIIJJAM L. LAKE, .' ;
F II Creek.hence up CUrk's or !'Nells Creek 1 vs. *Bill for Divorea, *' -1: C Store ,

r a Nh 4 i, "o the A, G. & W. L T. Railroad thence LOUISA I. LACE ) :;*, : 0rner, Foii.Vtli nd, Ceixtro Sts .:,"

i iYid 'IM esterly by the railroad to Lofton Creek, ; W HEREAS.;it has'been JI1a trait to ap- y ,FERKANDINA FI..A. :
" hence down Lofton Creek to Nassau Riv-' ,
rl "y "etas r pear by affidavit filed in i .
IT,.therlCe/ own' Nassau River to Amelia that the defendant Louisat-'L, Lake Keep const_ (a ot hand a large eupply Of _'. :-

"aver thdicel north by Amelia, River to out of the State of Florida.-to-wit; i iI 'tvrego Dtcss -_
Ice of beginbtag.ISrsrnrtr i I I In the State of New Tort Jr >- rtjr : Jrjmmingsde :

No. 4 To commence whereto application it is ordered'.that U e afyd'De ::;
as railroad crossess Lofton Creek, thence'p fendant do "appear and'answer t.b rcoBa-' ..'{,'-',';9, '_, :.' Stationerj*.etG .

' ,, CottonCreek to McQueen's Swamp plaint filed in this rase on or,beMreUe.
a ;1'r. 'r thence tin McQueen Swamp' to the JVaternunOld .. first Mondajr in..December.18SO, the to ;} ud Lumber:
Field,thence following the pub same will be taken'is confessed, _X S: i ,1 ,

r. { tic wagon road to Port Henry on the St r C. W. MAXWELL .f.x I !
I Nags Itivtr.hence the JIMIl': )" Riverto '' Clerk Circuit Conrt.Nassau CountTt' .1 rl.J 1in. !I".qUIIIY"iOb de- .
r .
Amelia. "River thence u r ;The.Atmlis' Fernandina, Fla- August 10,1850.4m ; pet .
River to the mouth of Clark's orvONcirrjCreek .
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; i : thence by the line of Clark's U IWCO mar Job W'ort right bI. w.salt: i ipr. \ :. . } or ..D of Posters .
i -.:, cI&1tr Dodgers,Car ,eta'h .. r. ... Tl1DP1c'S D dis t'la.,'
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angina Exp ss. There will be i

? ing at the WatermaTSn .
y iv.
the 30th. Y
o04 IT. OCTOBER 23. !88ff. Saturday

One McGiffiu, candidate (<>r the:t-n J, s will nccive aco'nl
Prlcet ,
Jone year In adrance................JiOO and other spvrkers will a-On-ss the The Hancock and : ,
__ fr.iix month, U adTaDee.... ,........ 1.00 1-*
'One cop,three month inadTaDea.C ..90The people. Wield an extra l1c tin;; +
.X Trill be placed on the wbrcri'er's paper t
three cocMcutive nanfren Defers. th. ub.eripl>on William Green colored was run evening, to be addresj
eJpire: { '
Yrci over and killed by the train yester Walker, of Jacksonvi Advertlaioaof
It that he trying to review the situation
| I I lines odaav'in*!.nIei-uon..ILOO day. seems was
ltiooal irucrtion.-*'........... .50htewno get the and missetl-his State and the country at
upon engine
A < ,from the abort rate wilt b*
made withlboMB M1>dT r1lj*>1t.t>7,r:*the-quarter- ''.txlditorfalNotiee rb',11l1 :lnd .(..11 between the aunt" Although he held ont/njo"fa .
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,every m-tfoD. '*)See..:<'etti"1'*"jr' fine fur.'e eh and tender, seven> cars passing overalls. |-nig'h"I't'HO the party IP ,.:

bAfI"- [ reasons for the belief he held Y '; d

liotlee.rl .. .:0 -The ttcamerWestern 'l'exas"larrivt'ct the 2nd of November Hancock!
The fqnnt of&v'Fctuut un*..Zzrmnw ire clodbn
Friday morniyj at 10 t r"eaxk.' AdvertWs will from New York on Wednesday !f be elected President. ot these tI rot L

pleaae take noticf IiL.'Cl.vJ. xorem twau> accordingly evening, she brought another Star n, and 'V. D. Bloxham, Gnor N SI

/ --.. ,11aeonc.. gang of hands for work upon theVcyertaslailruad. j ol Florida.

regular comma nicatioa of Amelia Lodge. \ This Mr. Walker, then gave his jnd
!io.47. F. ft A. SI.wilt Iheld on Vond-.y cdmpa'iiyj I 44kA
*evening.Tranoient Oct.brethren,11th at aref1'1l1ern"1I 7:30 oVock,,,invited bar,>. j Sl'l'lii to b sing every endeavor to | .rue.of" the is* ne In this Congressiil

toatt-nd. W. F..SCOTT'W. 3.1.J'JlQ hasten"':a completion of their line4 I al-TJistrict. and called rpon eve
; A. See. it/ f
.. -- I J Demotfatio voter to do his duty,

NASSAU CHAPTER XO.23,B.A. Y., ; Hclnrncd.Mrs. I whole, duty, to place Jesse J. Eli
Mimed from the North
R.'enlar meeting October 14th it 7,'. n'c:1nc:1r King : | our nominee, in his seat in C
Trancirnt Companion fratfrnilly Inriied to attend I this week, b'illill with her one otth ;
He showed the cleat endeayrI
best M-lered stofks of ladies and as k{
Port Office Hour I made by the Republican
Offte IIour -From 8:00xstfo 6:00 p. children iiii 5.'r veers, lmi,*ry, gloves, ,
si. Money Ordl'iS and llc;isteretl Letters gain our Congressional
ilk Uanker- I
neck ties scarfs
nom 8:00 A.u. to 1:00 r. M.; and from 2:00 1 sacqnes, i i ives, and urged upon tIle
I r. M. to 2:30 r.1C Sundays iiom 100 to chiefs, lancy brackets, picture frames
to it that the
j 11It'e ,
11-AA.M.andto4:0 P.,M. ads
stationery, jewelry, fancy'notion, notid for Democratic'
eic., etc., that h:1er been brought _
Mail-Airires daily nt lO-.CO'A M. !
Clost'S" "* ::00 P M. ti> thi- place, and are sclilnj? them at I Steamboat LuuncbThe

EoiMern M"il-Arrivt'S" 3:30 A M. ; astonishingly low price See her work on the Sunta
( Closes u 10-.00 A )(. j .
# advertisement elsewhere.Fire ; has been quietly but enerj
0. Ifarjft and Trader't IlMMiil \
J --. -- i prosecuted under tlc ma:1a
A'lives Tuesdays end Fridays Pt ":.,0 P M. I
loses Mondays and TLuisd.'ys i', 8:00 A u. | Alarm. of chief engineer anti -npethte\
i t Robert
The house owned by Mr.
S.3iijfsCa.pnty j i Mr. Farrell, until it is a' 108t e.I : D 1

AnfvS'Mondays'and'Thuridajs." 8:00 A. M. Sirit'i known as the Dell how "itutl'tl { pitted; and a pretty -ttle steamA.l
Th'rd street below Bronnii*
2:301,31. II o; ,
service on the curs: ant iakes", wall
Closes':Tae daysnd Wednesdays, caught fire upon the root, from a foul [ succe-'sFiiiry laanched on the IStu

... Fridays and Saturdays :30.p. M.SAMFTEL i ch'ifiey, "n Monday morning. Most of
ill of Flori-
T RIDDKLL P. 3L .f tLlt. day was one
, : lb. .una1 ly fur the citizens iu thatpor lrqu'-t(
j da's brightest, and hundreds of peo-
\ sts."rJJ
Ion of the t'lII, the fire occurred
'.. TOWN TALK. 'j pie were present. The steamer: was and at 1!
at ei.'ht o'clock in the morning
Ic'n :
J I christened F. S. Lewis. Miss Elva Jt. Theremorning
\ Notice. ami bein;; seen, was promptly quenched. -
Place did the honors. The steameris
absence Mr.T.W. Gore |
During my The wind being high, and from : ni.shf, an]
is Authorized collect and about ninety feet long, eighteenfeet EverypiTsent.
receiptfor .
the north the damage done would .
all bills due the EXPKKSS. beam, deck for freight, and anupper There
soon have been very \\
saloon for .
Jxo. -A. WHITNEV, passengers.The D Vlht.
is due of
to some uucolorc.l r
praise Th.s
Ed. and Pub.. citizen'or their festivitivcs, of the day ended ,'otnmittt4oPmtktne con.

. w piomptneisU'.on 11 i with a very pleasant reception at the *
'.' thi AS ii. f.ct all similar .
: -nl'fYisterDol1.ail! upon ctc ain
,. I \\ nl.lo House, given by the citizens .
occasion have noticed tat tiydines
we in coming
= : '
to register. to a party of new settlers, recently ,
t)the assistance .<; hose thus threat
Court in session this ccc. arrived from IndianThe whole' i
en l"1. '
-The registration books are open. : ----- way a plea+Jng affair.long to be reimmbered .-
I The Atlanta arairnod n unlon. by- WALDO. -
-Mr. Whitney will be at hs
post i ..
The At'a'-iu Fail*, and ndlitary ---
next week. A 311 Meal Ten-eent.ulal.
reul"lioiht'e h.
p :wi tn cily a ,
't .:..Go nor and register in ch-H*. you' Not precisely another grand 187C.
r great number of \ visi.ors and both fbe t r floiluadt
. centennial rathergrand Ic-tol
should torget.Quite .[ ':lr, and t e Y'I':1te reunion p'OTij j grand music, for a mvill ten cent silver maki|

J a lot of interesting matter is.e io bu 41'ccetffd. { piece. See it2 Of course pot, the Theyj fit

left out this week for want of space. I Among the visiting citizen soldi'-ry iiules you are a reirulir reader of the

Come boys end join the van. w'-o have arrivedareeonun.inds Tram tfbitthern Mi'sicat Jovrnal and so-nre Fit 111
wad. appreciative the dollar's worth o| : New .
Let's bras
organize a New York, Msssachus.its, COlln :iI -
beautiful music wh.chVery monthly New Y(j
The election is but ten days in. ct'tVashingtou, D. C., Alabama, uuwberpresents and which costs but

the future. Is evtry Dl' I South Carol.n.i, Tennessee, Illinois, ten c"lIt"9lo say nothing of the dollars Egn.itn

his.dnty. i and 7J5chi*;ttn, while n1 any.Hlurs arefm worth of Premium Sheet Music

iI. -. Services in tin Prtsbyterianchurch r.nitp. .. iW which is presetted every yearly sub, ,
I --
scriber. It is certainly _hTggesst
to-morrow the usual hours \ alai not notice tin* Sealing *. -i"t- '
DIII >ical Ijonanza ot these day, itLrllu-

? by Rev. 'Dr. Myers.Mrs. lug hinon2 the nodivry, which is so !. lovers generally no regard ii.. t1hJ

Anne Clarke Ins nh hand nianirest among tits No,',,!-eau stfiteq- ,''ten'cent for a specimen Oct. <; .

and is fresh wen wards the ICOp..o( the South. and b** convinced. Volu
constantly roc wing I
fruity rMr@ I In fact it seems to be,well understood mences with this montt
vegetables, etc.
g those .vhui wore tin blue or1j
j among
t .
our secure it. Add res
King will pease accept I i
j, Ihatlhv war has ended. Mcxir LnddenGeorgia. '
thanks for a bottle of excellent .
-- --
ii 'Sweet Bye and Bye" cologne. |I Public Scliool Xo. I. |i t ,-* --

v- -Our, friend W. F. Wood J r.18, The Public Schwd Xo. 1. (white) Southern Card y l;,;

] .fe.enthusiastic over the number and way j commenced fall term last Wednesday i CuU

. mullet are cangl.t at Cedar. Keys.* October 20th, un ler the management I j:1 Tie, proprietor| C,a
.. Farmer' Mwtftt
and direction of Ilev. J. !>. Leyan
a prjfaionV
!deliversit principal and Miss Dozer as as Dollars for a woe

sistant. Gardening and (ru'
1'teni.n was forcible.snd linTessive. :
very Kotwithstandirg there hall been so '1 Southern Statt !' '
I The incre.
| rapid |
little interest Jri public school matters
Circus is advertised tries in the Son/ {c i

,.fry IIi hit in Brnnswld-k on next MouCan't -,, manifested for.a year past, a veryrespectable !!i l mand ,lor a pr

0 excursionover. number r of. children were ;i j i, work on; this'. im] .

a ....?" t. n :, ..we get 'p\11 in attendance upon the. first day o{.' adapted tcjha,laj'

'T li.s .. the term and many others wilt attend Ailalltiu- and Gulf
those"batlhal : a'number of welI-
lly tip boys, quit :
confidence is little
"I as sobn'as'public a '
: d'
'nd take the girls to the teravffi li>hed at'the Nortl! :
;. ] bt-Ur established and the patrons see :. Fruit Culture, but] s ,.
rer pzt f.n.dty.Vtn- that an intctesi istaKen, on the part : erence in latitudtfl s
I |I
lng, e T church. 'I ed the. '
aN.s, the teachers, in thechrat4rp.n com- to Wat, \'J

'il 8. tIQ6 got out lOr tted 'to' ,their care and instruction. such a worll/ : ;r\
"r t5ek 'sad down written. rbgf ; ';1
< came,
the alt
sVe hope patron, will seethe w"n1 I J:
k i renting,quTfe ''a sensation necessity of starting their children \,,,,,,,u..lo F 0 .,

among7ihe colored. urchin at the '(,t>gtnin\C or .the session, who'seifirintiieir--4 r :(,! l x

=Mr.'Wijiiam'Lake has two large ) ,to the Ii ?, r
I anilde* so as far as possible in the'' a year aP; -

I t show-cues- in. ,his. establishment'and. : course.f the next week. i Monthly "thi. mo'nti

, they are both'full of elegant jewelry, r I have them ,enterejFranlfLerlk

I i watches eye-glasses. ., etc. Givehim, a Temperance Organization I Jury4,1882.'" r ., :, *,

J calL .. I A temperence ,lecture, was delivered -) a e

That 'ot ng.'m31t'l:1JCY.- "11: seen ., List. .Tuesday, night at the .M. E,: :' v>/ .- Turf .' '

t nearly.every night on' the cd. otjjf .0(.'Church by Revf J. Atkin.. 'Kotwith, >. one pf;.the'metned ,- =.<....""' .

, \ Ash anU-'TTTSlreeU'' had better keep, standing the' weather was unfavorable ,,the cumbinauentertiilnrnene snl '
his.,eyes "skinned. -there is somebody be had 3 very respectable -" lion. .is ""somethl* : 1I I

watching. him. ."' ence. At the ccbnclosibn" ot the jfdr 1 there ,iu pervinoralsenUnlttivla.

-As there are no regular services dress, a proposition to organize .,

If in the Baptist church, and 'ii..beinga Good Tern piers Lodge which .was responded tion especially'COD

'f very desirable place, it has .been ,secured to by 21 persons, who pre" family Creek circle ,' J
"Tbtf Clue
',' by the .temperance 'organization tented themselves, desiring to become Sib: ,rja," el abo! t

t 'to'bold their meetings. I charter members. In ptisaance ot arapbyl, history a

? -Cleared October 14tb, Mr. Wm. the rules of.such# t>rganlzatrixn' there. ment, Cte.a _.

Lawtey,. tbeFrin it Bark, .Francis being. enough-names to constitute a, It .Mi tullj' mi. k J

Capt. ArtherMoriac for St.Denis La Lodge,. thbb4 preaenliug theniselt/'es arq."Tht4'many o\tier Em h IJ

Reunion, wjth.22,000. fret, pijcb pinelumber were initiated, by takinz the vows : G. rr.A ;- I

r Valae' 61 cargo |3,944. pass-word:;!, signs,oj recognition_etc. I LItNJ;' ...J....Jf..J"Surntner :

-In a private.. :Jetrer From,t .Key After dechlm. ,upon a name, (Rising Lift r!E Ea
Weatbeart_'. date ohhe..16tb; nit.we .,, Star Lodge) the (peering was a-1- 'etc.,.itic.: T

lest D> 'tie ehow-fever.ii very |joarnerd to-meet. ni-xWriday nitrnt at Ties and *"Ilet-tt Maid ::I ;; ; +

= 1ua1'irlo3atY bough otery general., 1' the-Bapiist Church, where a general and t t'fe.,ar :;J ". ;) I IJz'J
!,i.I ,
.' Neltl1..s1i-Uw&c:, ., ;' ,have 1 l rej>ree DtatK o ,oi the community irr'specaially s, stories by] 'a ,'i1lI.iE(- ,
"X.. $ desired be sketches "."
j : f present aiT 't: ; .
< $
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n f\'f
./ S'1VITiifej,
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E III'm WING ", ) > i:9f -.Q4

l I tv .. "UJl.1'11'1
ll ? '
I STA'I'IONS. r -.I SrA'I'I01. Tin & Sheet-Iron7W > :;..

A' T Ar' Live

Iflllk l rl :KeruuU'lma.-.. Cedar Key... A-.]I. -4:30 s. .
INA. F' $. Hart's Ko4.. 1:1:11112:1.1 Ruoocwooo.... 6.1 6:22
Callahan,... .. Wet Creek,.. 6:<<16 CI:20
Iuitou.t..... 12: :. BronKOn,. ..; 'lO 7:15
Baldwin. ... f2Rl 1:4:1 Arch era .... 7:50 Sam !t$
.Mazt'UI8...... 2:011 il0 !sate.n...... .. 8:1. 11:18
pl1m LAwt..v....... 2.46 2iL Amedondn.le ... 11:3. a:35
AIM ra"i"p.F Temple'.;..... 311 3:1'1 ( ftueaavt ,... 8:55 ":Ir.!
Starke... .. .. 3:11 3:21 k aldo... ...., ':M 10:1\2 .
Th In.... 5.34 Tnu..t.n..IIIC0611\:1'6
11o.:...,.. 3:1\f 4fili BUikd.... ..10:10IO:4S
tMrveivi'le. 4:114 604\ Tempi.!.? .!' 10:411 10:5i ,
: Arre'ond%.,.. 5.24 IL.wt"l... :. 11:00 11:14
.. -. ... .....
lltttnn.: 5:40 ":41 Natvfll. 11:5:1 1154.
I it Archer....... 5:58 6'10 BILl. 4\.in..... 12:21 12:42. :11
f II OTS Ar.D SHOES BroDBon...... II:da aDutton.?.. ... 1:2 :2a t. ,, -i' -
' + Otter Creek.. 1:40 7:55 Callxhnn..... 1:5:: 210 :
Rosewood.... 11:35 11:37 III n'. Road.. 2ii2 J-M .
HATS AND CAPS0 Cedar Key... 9lOjr.M. Fenmndin,.. 3:41) P.M.'"'t10ns. i '..
5 o./
l? A 1l 't

Fng just purchased in New York, From Brunswick and'all point.North tad STCVE1S :

\I.. and well nsnorted stock beloxw For ....nswickaand .n l.pointf .No.thean(1:: Daily ,. .. ; '

[I BUI prepared to relail wljpjesalLS'hieh 'We.t. -....... ..10......4.. ............. ...Dily. Hooking utensils of all kinds. 4.. <

For From Savannah.. and" C.9uirlestoa.Thuradey" ........iv.FndayKTUAMER And Wrought.Iron Pipes. -,: ,'A'

,", Competition/ MAYFJXWKR. Driving Wells a Specialty .').

9 From St. Mann River Landing, Wedoeadsy Fri- Bronme St., above Second ..<. '
" hr I IElla"I ditv and Hnnrtav. I
---0- Far At. Hsrys River Lundms, Sunday Tnesday, FEKXANUINA: FLORIDA. :
TbatHay. ,
.0. reduction in AT AUn'IS.Fl.OnlD.CESTRAL It. R. 15 If. .II.

"kl? ;III Fur Jacksonville,Tallnhreiiee and Live Oak _.
--- -
........................... ..8:25 a. m., l:0ip. m. -
ID DRESS GOODS. From. Jacktonvflie,Tailahaaare and Live OAk,
............... ..,... .....11:0 L m., 1 and 6 p. m. 4
-0-- AT OAINKSVILLE. R. M. Helldeou.

Ihr SUre Mni- fur (MIa and Tampa arrives Monday,
t Calica.Prints, Wodneadav and Fnduy. .
Stage Line fur Ocala and Tampa, haves Tuesday,

1'hurad.'lIu4 Sutordny. ifnnvfafiunity and \ >ngUNDERTAKER .

fI, CO'H HTRA f KR\.
-- :- For Key Went and Havana, arivlng Monday, WediHwdHy t
and Fii Best G ing hlml. For Key West and Havana departing Tuendny .<11FU'111
and Saturday. STREET ; '"
For New Or'eana arriving and departmg..Snrdays
IiTIA M Kit T. J. COCIIRAN. Fernandina Flai
.... A ,,
From Manato* nd Tampa Tuesdsy P.turd.11 .
.. .. .
-0--- Fur .... .
; "- ,
Gents Clothing and furnishing goods a I ,;
Savannah Fla & Western R. R.QEN'LSUPERINTENirENT'SOFFICE '
\ #

t tIIiIIIJ! ,

AND AFTEItSUNUA1. Mar. 14lh'Passenger ...
O. Trains on this Road will run I :
---0- 'I
as follows:

Ali other goods nt minunura :NIGHT EXPRESS. I ',".sr

Leave Savnnnah daily 8t 4.30 p in METALLIC CASES. ;r;

PRICES TO SUIT THE Arr' e at Jensup daily at ;:00 p m j/f
-. .. Arrive at TlioniMsville daily nt G'25 n m Wooden Collins and (ohkel Q t :-

TIMESAT Arrive nt B'tinbridgc dailj' at 9:40 a m While )! l'lal1111 Silvei IMatet

Jradn"Iiachua Arrive n' Albany daily at 1":3. 1m Trinnninjrs

Arrive at Live Oak daily nt 2:00 a m .
Arrive at Tullahansce daily at 7-00 1m CQXhTANTLV ON HAND.llodirs .

PAUL JfUNKE'SNEW Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 7oO a m \vshffl ninl drer-owl, nn<1

Leave TalluliHssee dully at 11:00 p m
Prc'crvwl until I'm rial with
i r
Leave Jacksonville daily at :i0 p in
v YORK STORE without tlill uiol It. ,.
Leave Live Oak daily ut 11:15 p m (

Leave Albany daily ut 4:00 p in exIiiuiU'il ant) ..bCl..I ii. t.HI.tnaiuol
Fernandina,' Fla., Leave Bainbridjrc dally at 4:00 p m .
( for ri' ,
: .
__ i -s ,
Iavo Tlioninsi'i'lc daily at 7.3 p m :
.NO MORCT Leave jcssup daily at v O.:50 a m orders promptly :

A Arrive at Savannah daily nt 9:00 a m "A'n'EXDEU TO. j't'i :
= No change cars between Savannah and 28 ll. .. 1

( : 0 R 100 UTi :. JaC'k80n'i1Ielnd Savannah and Albany. 4 f
1 4 ACUTEDIt CHljtJNltJ Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily be.
C .
y. t3ittst 1-, :S ALl CYLI c:A tween Saviinn tend Jaeksont'illc.Slitping I JACK50x.n.T.E. PE_ S.\COJ.\ -;':' .

0 acres .; 'SURE CURE Mirs run tluuugh to and from \ ; -.
S'I"8nl1nblnd Albany. MAKTJU TkAVMOiiTiTiitN' Omc, rrA.LAIUoflCK ;' j.1
ion, 14 ILA., 1 fll. 3. ISftt. {
,i :f'
Manufactured only. under he above The elegant Sleeping and Pallor Coaches j

lp. > Trade Mark by the EUROPE SALICYLIC of the Eufnla line daily between 11ul1ll."OOIC'ryt O and.ino aft on r this:Slondtv r.-ad will February run i 8 2.follow\: (rfTr ,. 1}

MEDICINE CO., ot Paris nndLeip- AU and Jacksonville IIIlitchllng. I\watffir 7 rnin-Enttrr* Annul -Daily. :_ i,

it- 1 sir!. .: Leave Ibln.hooehee..2 a1 r m ( 'c
IMMEDIATE RELIEF WARHANTF4)' rEU.UNE1TCURE Passengers from Savannah for P-man- .. Qainrv..... ...................:4 22 p..& ';,.
GUAUANTF Now exclu-' dina Gainesville and Cedar take this Atrh.C'fttTa. ."_.... .....ouop in "
i ) nl Keys have ., _............ ..........6 43 p m i
slvcly used by all celebrated Physicians train. .' M trot, e'io..7 10 p m .
Europe and America. The tat hrFt Medical Passengers for Darien take this train. Leave 0..11..111......... ..... .......1I311j1m ,
Academy flf Paris reports 03 curesout ol Passengers from Savannah for Brun Leave M.duota....... .... ...... ......L 26 p m ;:.
-' j Arrlt'e.tLiveUak.. ........... ... ...2 IS a m ",.
00 cases within three days. wick t-ke this train arriving at Bruns- .. at S..nnah. ...........Il all; ..
.$eereL-Tha'calr dissolver of the poison- wick 000 a. ni. ....\ll'W.... .. ......... ...656am ..'i.
us Uric ::LjTUch exist ia the Blood ct Passengers leaving Macon at 7:15 a. m. itt Albany.. 2I a m j. : :
Leave l>k C'i .
y. a in ;( '
h4nt mlfnd Gouty Patients. (daily icl'ding Sunday) connect at Josup Arrive at R..Id :Sara (' 1=,1;
with this train for Florida. ..
urlid. Cured. Cured. Cured. Arrive l Jack Passengers from Florida by this trainooujiectflt Arrive Feruandina..S Jilpm l.l
[J8. T>a.weyt Esq., 201'BroalwllY, Iu- Jessiio wilh train .a at OmnesTill..."... r rat."
kJtheumntlsm.i -arriving In Cedar K<-yPanmgef ....... ....... ..9 3u p Ia "Ir J'*,.
Macon at. 0.25 D. m. (daily incl'dingSuflilay) 4
., "
TVoin-.-H 'HllIl-DnI'l.
>, 455 Wrshlngton Market Jlve
Connect at Albany with Passenger trains .Ia.kl'(>n ....................S3U. m 3f.- .
"tn. 1 both ways on Southwestern Railroad to I..e }"rn.nd!!., .............IO au phi jfif:
East Ninth street and from Macon Eufaula, Montgomery, Leave Q:.iiiMTitUj'.,..............902am .
Lthe Joints,) Chronic :Mobile New Orleans etc. LI.e.t'd."KrY'..............4 JU a m (
1 ;
= Iy .
th'lI't Leave Uildin...... 7 on amLoatr J. ;.l
I Mail steamer leaves Balnbridge for Apalachicola Lake Ony.. 4'lp m .. :t 1.
ayl [wark Avenue, Jer- every Sunday and Thursday eve. Leave rannih....... 30 pm." :
1 mat Ism. Leave Li\eO k.211amLore
For Columbus Tuesday and Saturday '
Wcybossctst.Esq. every mdtiton...........3 Sl am .
afternoon. bare Oreenvllle._..& 39 am. \
entr years Cbronic Close connection at Jacksonville daily ,Leave MonticetJo............ .........5 W a m I
for St. Arrive at T..Hali..._ ......7 00 am "
Washington (Sundays excepted) Augustine.- Leave Tallnhaiwer .....................831amIiRve "
i latka, Enterprise and Green Cove Springs, Quincy............... 1'8 a :n 7 ,
, a L C Rheumatic | and landings on the St John's River. Anise at Cliattilioochu...... .......11 3ilam .

yl ,,k I. Trains on B. and A. R. R. leave junction St. MarLs Braatk-Ttetdo'it, Thtrtdnyt Saturrtw. J *

tinchez streetticIatIca. going west, at 1 :37 a. m., and for BrunswicK Lcaue TalUhaMee.......9 u0 a m .
at 4:40 p. m., daily except: Sunday. Arrive.t St. Mark..10 II amLouve
land* Zhronic P j Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car St. Mark's.11 MamArnte :
at Tallahne..2 1} p m
or dpve.ERTAIN. Berths.secured at Bran's Ticket Office, Woodruff Luc i a'eapcre between Ta'lahaxore f
I I'V No. 2!-"Ball street and at Atlautic and .
YI IIlII CURE and lak>wnille on all night trains _
V I, Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot. EDGAR VLIRT, Master Trawportuilon.CKNTllAL i :
k rise of Sulphate of ACCOMMODATION TKAINS. -EAST- e.

+ kll I nlycut the fevers, ERN DIVISION. LORIDA RAILKOA1) '
CURKInconveniences F .
'' Leave Savannah,Sundays ex'd at 7:00 a m .,
ana ,
Arrive at McIntosh 9:28 a m
,. 1r Arrive at Jessup 12:20 m -
XES FOR $5.kVorfpt Arrive at Blackshear 240pm I jvUtXEaAL BupnaiicTiiuixT's Omci, -.....
i' w ofironiy.UUtttute. .- Arrive a Dupont 6:25 P m JACK.oswILLz, Oct. tilt, U7g .
Y jgr FOR IT, ** "'IF
.as our Snlicyli.- Leave Dupont 5.20am AND AFTKB THIS DATE, FRAL
f rfll fll |r sad to reltere,or money Leave Blackshear 9:t0 a m ON road will run as follows: : .

"* M of receipt of or- Leave Jessup .1*' 12.50pm MAIL and E%f jfSff '
1' Leave McIntosh 3:00 p m
Leave Jackaonv111e......
Vi (fOtiz Arrive at Savannah 5.40. p m Leave Baldwin.. ...... ..
WESTERN DIVISION arrive at Luke. City''. ."' '\1'.'
t'TS- Leave Dupont (Sundays ex'd.) at 7:30 a'iij {eave Lf.e Oak ...........,.....
p I q Ot ( t8uild Leave Valdosta 10.02am Arrive at Talla _.........
Arrive at':::........
,140 rl Leave Quitman a 11:43 am Arrive at Savannah..... ...........
prnandinadk' Arrive at Thomasvllle .2.10pm Leave Savannah................... _., 4:s
'p I'k'J Leave Thomasville .' 2:40 Leave Albany........... ......;;;..... 4:09 p.Ia _
uq M p m Leave Tallahassee.....................,/.. 5:** P. m '-"
Leave Camilla 5:24 p m Leave Live Oak. ..................... ... 9:15 a. m -.
F, rvY h 1As Arrive at Albany 7:20 p m Leave Lake ,'it) .................... .... 30 a. m, .rr
wtr Leave 5:00 am Let ye Bald'in.......... ..........:.... 6:40 a.lit -l 5T
Albany -" Arrive at Jacksonville..::............... 7Ma.m.. ]
Leave Camilla 7:15 a mArrive '.
On Mall and hp.'frail: Sleeping Can Ion
Tuomasvill 10:20
at ? a m through to and from Jacksonville and SUvaonab ,
s Leave,Thomasville 10.50 am no, Lucas Sleeping Cars run through and ftvn .
Leave Quitman &I.s '1:10 p m Jacksonville and Tall.FERNANDINA. ,

SIP Leave aldosta .'*15 p m EXPRESS (D: 1y.). ; .

.* M 5 45 .... ...... ;
Arrive at Dupont : p mJ. Leave Jacksonville....... .11:15. m
"" : 8.TYSON Master of Transportation. Arrive ldwin..........................12:10 R m.- ", : .
IV11 -v ws; HAlNES Arrive Fernandina..............:........ 3:40 p. a 1JI1 1:,
.' -. c tsL II. S. Leave Fernandina...................:;;10:80 a. m. r "
** ap2-tf General Superintendent. Leave Baldwin.... ... ..... .......... 1:20.Po"-,:.
1Ifi" Arrive Jacksonville............:.:..:....-J:35 P.ID.?.- ''
ktVl y* lrrlUlhvn a.4l Wesleyan Female Institute Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar.Key takef"
aii revtliis i this train. No train from Baldwin to Cedar Key .."
STAUSTON, VIRGINIA. Sunday.' _" '.
Pal 1m'fit' i i..r M iooead Beer! Connecta at Baldwin with A. O. 1 W I.T. B. B. '

t 'Opens Its' 81st Session September 20th,' from Cedar Keva and OalneenUe, at Late City witk 1
< lay, ajid all druggists 1880. Among'the first Schools for young J. P. *. K. K. K. forTalUaaew.. Albany and 8&-
mat '
sl'i vannah. and North sad Wrttj at Jscksoo-J
MI I ladies in the United States Climate un w.,with SL Joha.. RlvtrI3teamers: .
,_ surpassed. Surroundings beautiful.-Pupils 1':6.. KcELBOY. .
"i.*K "kV I from Seventeen States. AMONG THE DAVJPSON.KasterofTraaiportatioB.' ,- '
W. 1C
611pt. .
ilkp TERMS:-Board. Washing, Lights; En.Stish. j

r I kp Latin, French for each half of the

?,: %3j Scholastic .... ... .....$115.
f fan All extras very low. For Catalogue; address [

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ILL; J70.T.WALKia. ,WAllta'..YITlJ.fc J. H. PRESCOTT Onr Wsahingtou Letter. I 11 ouie

B< IN From our Special Correspondent A FEW FA(
Jacksonville BOOTSSHOES & SLIPPERS As I have endeavored to make WHICHMAKI.

!: SUtorucns' tfoimccllors- LEATHER AND FINDINGS. plain in previous letters, Democratic There noS
i failure in Indiana does not necessarily -
'.. FEBNANDINA.FL1 men are mere hon .
-... STYr E mean the de'eat of Hancock
., .adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court1 matters relating
r ." v OFFICE Tlu-re are the thirty five electoral ?
(1:1 ..3 ". WALTEB B. YATES,Notary Public. votes of New York, with New Jersey lecture. Such knowieiTI
188t-26-lm. COMFORT in her brain. The e p
and Connecticut's, which are reasonably -

-:f.rr iipiit OF FASH ION AXD certain, anti Colifornia's, Ore- tempted teaching nauti]
party ol ladies on a Ytl I
gon's Maine's and New Hampshire's,
.since fund follow-.
4H.-' for all of which there in a good as
.. Mrs.S.A.REINHARDTTyOULD Lady No. 1.-Now ':I
, fighting chancf. Neither, we should
rrnenber, does toe loss of Indiana

t' LADlES OF FERSASDISA AND 0--' VICINITY in October preclude its voting for Captain-A sloop hat hut1L.
THAT SHE HAS TAKEN ROD IS AT THE DUnlOlllTY UHfXCllllOComplete Hancock in November. In short, (pointing to a ji-hoi|

that ?
NORWOOD HOUSE, the Republican victory of Tuesday a sloop
C. No that is echo
WHERE SHE WILL CONTINUE TO DO DBESS Stock in all Grades. ,last no more indicates a solid Repub- -has ,but a
sloop one mast, a
LUM- 4i-tf lican North than the Elaine electionof
:i. SLAKING IN THE BTYLES. ENTS- Fine Underwear The Star Shirt, NeckWear has two, as you see. Nov
t --- White Vesta, Umbrellas,NoTeltie September indicated a solid Democratic -
\ LAKE ber, sloop one msst, schoonjL.
WIYI. BrtT ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTESTIOXrrsiiJTA. North. The fight is still an

'' .!*o i:v A. .-Certainly. How maj
? open
# F, Watchmaker and Jeweler Cash Boot & Shoe Store. In order to make it a successful has a ship?

; .: Second SSeet.North of an'uom & Hoyt, bare jut No. 20 Centre St. 25-3m one, we need, first, an assertion of C.- Three.
\ received an elegant line. of ---- L.-How masts did |
many y
silly quarrels of prominent Demo-

Watches, Clocks.and Jewelry, SANBORN & HOYT crats. The damage done to the par a sloop had?

. Cheap for Cash. ty throughout the country by actual C.-One. Sloop one mast,

ti 1>ErAIRISG at reasonable- pl cea. and a'l work- WHOLESALE quarrel among leaders in New York, er two, ship three.L. .

J.V guaranteed,or money rrfunJed. 1-11 in Indiana (pointing to a I'loop-Is]
by alleged quarrel
GROCEllS.| | |
r '. Watches, Jewelry,.a d Clocks --- .- ,- and the other State, is certainly very schooner?
C.-No that's a sloop. SIool
AND great. When the foremost men of a ;
-REF AlBED B: mast, schooner two, sip three.!
are disputing over purely
Ship Glmn tilers. party per
sonal connected with L.-O, yes, 1 remember. ({
: : matters spoils,
St F; W. ANSLEY,. LUMBER AND NAVAL STOKES i it is not too much to say that.the ing to a t-hip.) Isn't that a I]

"pI.Viii people" became disgusled. schooner
Provisions and GroceriesAt
t Cmiac StaiEt.F.msASDrxA,Fit.ALTIOATORTEETIldtSF.kBEAN.IE. the C.-That's not-a schooner
Secondly, we must carry on cam-
'Bottom 1'ricc l.i .
VFLRT -- paign in the platform laid down a ship. Don't you see it hat

11 altray on hand,and madd 10 order. 4'I-tC -A Large Stock ol- by the party at Cincinnati. ,AJmi- masts?

: FORD G roeeries.Provisions. of General L.-O, yes. Isn't that a big gc'lj
,. 1 T\ll. .Ai:THU. C. r.iMe IS hate been most
Crockery, Hancock's political utterances since er lying at the wharf, there?

Dent1s"t ,. hard ware, C-Schooner? Now, bow
his of that they
Goods acceptance platform,
Dry ,
E (Uh et., bet. Centre anti Al- chun,> in mists half that vessel?
I. UR NIrrUR.E have all been a sense -unarthorized -
.F - Doors. additions to it. Ninety-nine I..Three.

)K. W. I I. POPE, .' Sash one-hundredth of the people who C.-Well, what has threeL.

Blinds. .-.\ sloop.
General Hancock in
SURGEON will support
.. t PHYSICIAN Paint
.-, :, a.. Oils nn.l November, will do so because he C.-Sloop! Sloop has one
-OYr1CiZ Varll i..Jll'S. tell schooner two ship thf?
slands.upon the good and sufficient you; ,
At Clajr'a Drug Store. Ixtrcmely.Low for Cash. platform laid down by the Democratic Lady No. 2.-Why Jane, how'|
I Gun 1ft' C"und-at right: at re-Uence on 5th Street,
between Ccmie au '
tc'ore elsewhere.SANIORN .
because of his magnificent military .. mast.
tl *. Second .H.. Fcriunilin.1.ANGEL Fl.L record do not need to be told L.-(Chatty antI quit oblivion]

ATTORNEYS AT LAW; tuJlidity-W'hat is a biig?
what he believes on this or that subject. -

U' FERXASD1XA I JACKSONVILLE FLA. & FRIEND The others, who favor him as C.-A brig has two masts an
are satisfied rigged like a ship with square;
McWATTERS7" BAKERS AND mother.of the principle,
with the platform as it was. Presidential Lady No. 2.-Jane, loo

House and Painter CONFECTIONERSCHOICE sloop coming along.C. .
Sign Carriage ; cntrlidate* unauthorized utterances

-At.soCalsomlner from the time of Adamsto That's a bchooi

: Glazier and Paper see tht two mast?.]
ol 1880 at-
Groceries, .Cigars. and Tobacco the year grace never
schooner two
.: Orders should be left at ALVERSON & TOYS.4 D FANCY ARTICLES. acted one voter, one without driving
TiTKER'a Carpenter Shop, Fourth Street, '- away two. They are adre :'eJtopeop'e L.-L. th'

Ftrnandjna. Florida... 19-tf Weddings, Entertainments and Picnics who will not bo convinced tree masts?!
furnished at the shortest notice, at Rack
Y i. D. ALVERSON, Bottom Price, atANGEL'S _. anti, however, artfully drawn, theyare C.-Yes,

I LAKE/ Y sure to offend many who are already / L.-I

' Painter. and Carpenter, ',Centre St opposite old post office building. convinced. Thirdly, there had buIi
Special attention given to rcpni.lug MRS. CLARKE should be a head to the party. The I

Furniture Etc. the mast, 4'mash
Buggies, Wagons, management by Dl'rnocraticI
; I All work in my line executed with dis- Jrd St., Between Centre and llaehna Sts., National and Congressional Committees I y ,

patch. Shop on Fourth Street between has been unworthy of the ,
[ ; Centre and Alachua. Fernandina Fla.I DEALER IX THE CHOICEST party
.. ", _-tf. and the occasion. There has been i}. = kscho

!r:!: :y J._RIKART Fruit,, Vegetables, Confectionary, an/ quantity of show and fins and
AC., &C., AC. 5tfTo brag while the details ,of the campaign :

; ? =ciirelmntCentre 'X'niloi- have been left to take care of!t nut

Stre t-Corner Serenth, Orange Growers and Shippers: themselves, except in.a'fety instances !

Fernnndlna. .. Flu.. where to interfere with them was an ershI
E. Et R A LL & SON : impertinance. -

. I3.USH_ TrUESIth mw HAVSJT, cosre., There are frank words, and -true. I ,

Receive Florida Oranges on They point out the way to possible: rC
NT _
Commission.ITE .
"I' .- .. ... victory.
\ : .t 3. Cabinet r/fHuuU will now come t
QU9TOG home for a time. Indeed, they have

DOuJi begun to arrive. Ther evidently intend -
l.6graphs- IIi all the Popular Styles. U1JcDRB9[
;VIEWS in any part of the State at lea t for a few day, to

; t" made_ to Order. : (Opp.R.R.depot and St'mboat landing) vote themselves to their official d'iIGNORANCE

-ot ERSAXD1NA i ties. It is l'eliev Messrs.. Svhu
Fourth 8t,between Centre and AUchaa. Florida.

FERlUNDIXA.F1orid:1... and Sherman will speak before Nov- t
I MRS. E. LEDDT I opriareas. !
I1 emb' r in Indiana and New York,
Fi, 3 EEJF.0 .
Reasonable Chat ae *. md, possibly, in Connecticut, bnt

' g r W. K. BAUKNIGHT, 43-tf. the plans made ten days ago will not I.

be fully carried out. MciiAY.ENGLI .


r : sme : -The latest number of the hull
' -L C.E-
- *' (England: ) Bellman contains the following -
: And Tennesqge Stall-Fed Beef. CAPT RICHARDSON,
A Will leave FernandinaerT:)(011.*T and TBOUDAT : No wonder the American;
at! from CE.NTEE STKET DOCK for
a. m.
the Best of. Meats nmetimes have a gcod large at ]Eon
..:: >-and- L Trader's Hill, lib ignorance of American geoar .

9 :.. jhe Purest of Ice phy. Not long ago we hs3.: ,!j/ EY}
J---- and all immeiiate landings on the St. Hary'a River
Illustrated Iv>ndon News lnrforming :
0OUNTRYorle! *'. ;ied on short notice with \ graAely
-' ,.',' diapatch. KJ-TEKU3CA8IL Through Bills of Lading; -- us that the Provincial legislature -
':" .- of Ontario ,,//net at Quebec.
;:, CONVEB..TS ROM JTITW YORK by the MALLORY LINE of' Last week we bad the Hall New.I
STEAM KR3 to all pouts oa the Bt.Mary'a.
telling na that ??,000 Canadian
,. -. ALL. WILL NOW COME AND IliVE I Connection crossed over "from Sarnia to D

YOUR SOLES SAVED BY made'wish;} the New York and'Sannnab Steamm. troit." It i* possible to ,cros. '8 fr k5, rr
Hark,a Care of steamer Maj flower, Fee Sarnia to Port Huron, bat the
landiniU FIonda."
Cood Accommodations ity of Canadian cross from Windsor x "F r''I
I Detroit. A glance at the =
for Aba Pauenjwn. Kxcur i Vltemsmber the wBe you hare been tread- fU find tbu a very attrvtive trip a* the scenery will show the absurdity of going to
oacsa be8ac for CaaNf grand and aQvatori and other game are bun- "'
>t.- .
to I Sarnia in order to cross to
} ,. tom-between Centrelu.d Alachr 4auL For further information. W.8.aly fHOM2'SOP. P ::
aadlaa Florid_ >L 18-tf. .Tfi-ti' Femaldiu,r... Free. ,


W 4r

liul'ey '

Il Vr la

4ahV'aon i rIo

lu qe'oy ,

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Prince, Alexander River to the mouth of Clark's or O'NeU's
J Rodgcrs. Charles Creek thence by the line of Clark's or -

Swiaringen, Samuel O'Neil's Creek to the railroad, thence by
Weber, Isaac the line of railroAd to place of beginning.
Williams Dave DISTRICT No. '6 To commence where

Walker, Isaac the railroad crosses Lofton Creek, thence
?4 n'11Gpa &'I up Lofton Creek to.Where McQueen's
N a"I
Jackson, ::Merrick Jr McQueen's swamp to the ford of Mr. Hig-
Illiiw Johnson ginbotham's place, thence In a southwesterly -
I George
J'' Johnson Hardee direction following the old public ,
.. II, road to Boggy sw (Jown Boggy:
Jones Zackariah

w Jones, London Nassau swamp to NfLdHBHv. mV<' thence of L down ton .. .
'II'IIi River TVhe. lL .
King, Frank P J
M cent. King W II creek, thence up Lofton cree I)1M''pu.a ,

< ct to' Nix, Preston of beginning.
FIn Saunders Jacob R DISTRICT No, 6-To commence at Port
cposilOl'1J Savage Henry, Henry on the St. Marys river, thence up'
10 s iortie Savage, Nathanial the St. Marys river to'the mouth of LittleSt
Savage, Tom Marys river thence up the Little St
raihoads at the Scepio, Joseph Marys to the public road known as theOld
Swearingcn Peter King's load, thence by the King'sroad
[n cutting rates- Swearingen, Wayne to the point where it crosses Boggy

io sold from Chicago Sr Sanders, Joseph swamp, thence down Boggy swamp to the
While, Richard old ford near Mr. Peter Green's place,
.J return for four Whiting. F D thence following the public road in a

the yearly practice Wicks. J if northwesterly direction to the ford on Mc"ueen's -
Wright Cephus swamp, thci.ce down the Me-
Western liner The rates uecn'a swamp to the Waterman Old

fi ruinous rate, they met NO. 8. Field, thence by the public road to Port
henry, the place of beginning.
not to charge less than Nelson
g George
DISTRICT No 7-To cammence at the
only to again break the Prince, Alexander mouth of the Little St, Mary River thence
Stalling, J P
np the Little St Marys River to the DIdKing's
their desire for business Savage IsaacTomlinson
road (one leading to Camp Pinkney)
T Lewis thence by the old King's road to Camp
4 J Yesterday morning a Trigs. Harry 1'inkney the St. Marys River, thence
a who expected to leave Wiggens. Henry :I down the St. Marys River to the mouth of
Joseph I Little St. Marys River, the place of begin- .
ala- one of the river steamer Whedbee, WilliamI ning. .

baggage in charge of a NO 9. DISTRICT No. 8-To commence at Camp

'ed I don n to the wharf and Jones, W L Piukney on the SL :Marys River thence by
'an ry Landers, Thomas the old King'fi road to the point where
80 I on ahead himself. The Lee, Peter the Alachua trail leaves it. thence following -'
MA>r, Joseph Alachua-trail to Batton's thence
ort I but he
finally although
McPherson, Doctor westerly by the public road to Stokes Fer-
eplyrven. time, ho was not one of O'Donald.Constan'noPendarvis. ry on the St. Marys River, thence down
He waited for Wni.Purvis. the St. .Marys River to the-place of begin
ution geiB. Dempsey ning.

tntus his baggage, but that Pomroy, S W DISTRICT No. 9 To continence nt the .

rod DC- put in an appearance up Roberson Robinson:J II mouth of Boggy creek on Nassau River
'tales. Henry following Boggy creek to the fcrd 61 King's .
hour evening Stewart
yesterday Solomon road, thence north by the Kind's road to .
're too poll co are looking for him. Southerland, J B Alachua trail, thence by the Alarhoa trail
to con- Sherrard, General to the Range line No 23, thence followingthe
hment, gage consisted of two : Taylor, Joshua Ringe line fol1th.Of the base line ta

agreed dle of pictures and a roll Turner, Willis the boundary line of Duval County, thence
accord Jacksonville UniQn. Tymas George by the dividing line between Duval and .
Wood, Benjamin Nassau counties to the mouth of Boggy
thin Iwi' Walker, John creek the place of lieginning.
cad in 1 Names White, M MIFii'dcmore
DISTRICT No. 10-To commence at
race, aLit r1ASED irom the : ,Arnold Stoke's Ferry on the St. :Marys River
j Samuel
"8 before 1I Nassau county and pu thence by the public road to Alachua trail
,k action I cd by Section 1, of the Act thence by the Alachua trail to Range line
ruary 7lh, 1877: NO. 10. No,23, then south by Range line No. 23 lo
the State PRECINCT NO. I.Arcrct Jenkins Andrew base line, thence by base line to Crosby's .

emol'y of Majar tan Jones Augustus bay, thence by Deep creek, thence down
IMP, Charles Deep creek to the mouth.
Allen, EugeneAnderson
r? is that George Lewis, Josiah A DISTRICT No. 11-To consist of all that
Lewis, Josiah A jr of south of the line
ha' first portion county commencing
Brock Jacob Barrs C
Lewis U B at tile mouth of Deep creek,
to the Burbank.MTBallard Uenacbi
f Lewis, Benjamin thence by said creek to ('iwbi'y's bay,
IIonaticafy- George Burrell Sellers, Jas II to the base lane, thence by the base line to
Dow Ian, Claudius Sunencv J R the dividing line between Nassau nnd Du-

tional Cobto I Clark, Henry R Cook, Taylor, Henry val counties.
I Cnldwell G W Crosbcc L Thompson Wm
1808 The voting precinct of num'ler one is established
Clark Richard Corniga, Thomas
at the court house in Fcmandina.
t in 1198 : Clauser, Frederick Cook Thomas, Alfred
gown Stared Clay, E O Thomas, F W The precinct of district No. 2 is estab-
lished nt Amelia settlement formerly J, D.aughan's .
Wilson Nathan
into her Deree Wm .
Wilson P place situated in section 15,
Dixon Edward Dicklns ,
ohibition of ,
township two, north 28 east.
Dixon, George Daniels, CT NO. 11. range
rican slaves District No. 3, the precinct is established -
same year 'I| Edwards C G Eviins, Thomas, II at school house number twenty, located

same ground I i Fisher, Gamaliel Friend, Thomas, II L on laud deeded by W. F. Wood to the
I! Foster, WmFreeman Finegan II Thomas A Board of Public Instruction for School .
?f. History B P Frazier, purposes nnd locatc-l in section 37 town
tibly that 1 French, A II Flowers I'w OF CONVICTS. ship 2 north range 28 east.

+vfts carried Garfield, John Gadsden Miuegen, Christopher District No. 4, the precfnct is establishedat
#atterchant5ro I Gowcn Miles Grady, McRae. Charles school house No 12, at Coneville, located
nged the Gilner, Jules in secteon 43, township 3 north range

p ern men I Hawley, 11 Q Hill, Notice. 28 east.
id hav a tsndpry' Higeins: Joseph T Disti ict No.5, the precinct is established
Horsey, C W Hudson Book of the several | at school house No. 21, located on land
f Howard, G )) of Nassau County deeded by S. A. Swann to the Board of .
then isord lloyt, C LliowUl in each of said Districts on Public Instruction for school purposes, located
people W JJeflords 9th day ot October 18' 0, I in lot 2.section and township north

i iical princiQyrrried.on ,J DJeffreys Jackson on each Wednesday range 26 curt,
the Wm 0 Sr, thereafter until the 23d day, District No. 6, the precinct is established
month from 9 o'clock
he've conttnIairio Johnson, Isaac a. at school house No. 11, located on land
and such olber-
Jordan, Prior p m., on deeded by John Owens to the Board of
officers deem
princi1k may Public Instruction for school located -
Lassere, Eugene Luce, Il said dates, for the pur purposes,
G,1is7 in section 7, township north
LeFils, Daniel Levefccy nil qualified unregisttr- range
nciple 26 east
Love, Aaron said districts.
toM Mann, Charles G Mnrrell, ujfl'S that electors shall reg! District No, 7, the precinct is established
Mason, Warren Minton, in which they reside nt school house No. 7, in the town of
.", Wm Mamu Martin. King's Ferry on the Salary's River,
l W the deputy registration of District No. 8,the precinct is established
h :Murry, to which they are ap nt the turpentine still at John D. Jon,
Duller of registration and the situated in township 3, north rapge 23 e.

\. the districts as follows: District No. 9, the precinct is established -
Mather. at school house No 5, located in the
M O'Neil I, c7f17 town of Callahan on the A G. & W. I: T.

rlcs B Parish X)- 111 .COti"1 ::!. Railroad.D .
n I strict No. 10, the precinct established -
at Mr. L. W. lIig inbotbaiu's situatedin
::t--- -. ?:;;>>;' section 22, township 4, north of range
> tI ::; ... o.. ... 24, east.
d Il .Si CI\1 "I S
It.> npdO CD CD bI! !IIi For District No. 11, the precinct is established -
=! ,j -- 0 nt school house number 29 located
... ,
.tI> .. : rr.; : ::
''-' ::s 3 'r'oi on land deeded by George W. Bryce to the
Smith Smith, _'p .3"' :.. O". I 6. Board of Public Instruction for school
-Smith., <.II'. .. ",'. ""1 purposes, situated in section 30 in township -
811m l : : : :. ::::: : SoS- 1 south of range 2 i cast.
: : : : : : :
Fye . .
S.nith, : : : : : : : : O Inspectors of Election. .
. .
Skinner .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3O AT a meeting of thfe Board of County
. I
Skinner . r" Comminsioners, October 4th.dPursunt .
. 3. ...,."; ? .. fwidBlKPurpose>,
Tuttle, T.=oo >c .. )omting J ry'arions : .,
\m Jr ="'-g.;>> !::..C. =;;; ;"; .... .. I.I pr u county. o' ,t

Trent, ll1j 8'8 ...;:::eX s r"n..w' :appointed: ,
Ij ....=...=;;-f aD (II PrecSet NoU'Ci <=\. John Alston,

A S-.. gg- -= I. .0... A B Noyes. 1/J fjr
co .. s
'r xsA '< -t Precinct No. iti f Seott, Philip .
i : CD' (II !! D Thomas, James Eo tanks.
Ward I nsr '
z y?
Precinct No. 3- S O'Neil, James
Waters 0
o- : Anderson Allen
'Ison Tony
ti. 'cn 1- Precinct No.: 4-TW B Hardee, I T Bear,
Simon Litsey. .
aslios 1:1 Precinct NoW W Farmer, E H
INCT A'O. Snowball, Ralph; RuasclL

Sr OF ELECTION DIS- Precinct Ho. 6-G T Stewart, Wu M
V Davis, Tanrant, pinion Crandall.
It } TWCTS. Precinct No. 7-W C. Davis, G W Haddock
1t Includes all that por- Willis Mltchel.
Island lying north of Town- Precinct No. 8-G Preston King, Henry
NOT NO. two, commencing at the i NettlesbrimonVashin cn.
and running west on Town ', Predict No. 9-U C Pickett, J H Sanla
Boyd, two until the A., G. & Haggard Robinson.
odd is reached, thence along 1: Precinct No.IO-L W nigginbotham, G
: railroad to the drawbridge W IIndr es, J B Little.

rPr I Precinct No '11-Aaron Foraker, N A

"i hP F "NCT NO. .2-To lying include south of that the portion south- i llicl..t Lewis',Motes .

Marlin, line of district number one. In Circuit Court of Florida, Fourth
3-To commence at Ame- Judicial Circuit Sasjan County.

: Tucker mouth ot Claik's or O'Neil's WJLUAYI L. LAKE,) .i.Vs. .
"gw 41 r up Clark's or O'Neils Creek "*\ .' -Bill or.Divorce
& W. L-T. Railroad hence -
try ,.' f ECINCT NO LOUISA I. LAK \ J,
railroad,'to Lofton Creek, haa'beeamade to
& WHEREAS. ap-
Lofton Creek to Nassau Riv
Wilson ) ,, filed: in'said case,
Wilson Nassau River to Amelia that the delendanlN/Hiisa L. Lake lives
Wilson. north ,by Amelia River to out of the Bk'\te of FloroU. -wlt. at Oswego -
I: Conner in the State of Newt ark. Now on
Collins 4-To commence where application it is ordered,thai the said defendant .
Lofton Creek, thence : do appear and answaV the,complaint -
!CT NO. : filed in tins :','
to McQueen's Swamp, case .on or Before the
.Murray Swamp to the Wa- first Monday in December 1880 or the

,. Murray ,thence follow the pub- same will be taken. !s coBfessed.\
1. to Port Henry on the SL \v'MAZWELL ; ..
Neil, the St Marys River 1 Clerk Circuit,Court Nassau Ccntlttd.t''t
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Fernandina Express. of the Democratic party, and we The dredge boat Chester will

hope the seed sown there fell in good ably be kept at work in "the Si
I until December 1st.-Sun and 1 :
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the mind of the average color- Married.n.YIVrDANBERG. .

One copy one Snbierlptlou yei>r.H ttdv.ner'Price,...............* 'tail ed man is comro1!:-d by the prevail r .-At the Catho
One copy.six 11I0nth.. in adva'tee........ .. .. churchon Thursday. October. 21, 188 ,,
One copy,three month in advance,.... .o'. .. .50 ing idea that the :lithern white man bv Ki'v. Father Dent, o P. F.. )tR. IIHAHT ::' ., r nZe : -' f
The 3. w.a be |>1.<* is for and
consecutive nnmbrj before thu.cuWiiptmn responsible slavery eon! e- .
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expire is the of the black \
_. z qnntly enemy SheriffEditor .
Bates of.A Mblu| :i do not fet"1' called to We
man, we upon i( Express: respectfully
One square of 8 fine or liS .insertt ,....n.M
Each additional iuertion,.......... ........... .50 apologize for devoting so large a propose to the voters of the c'.nnty
A liberal deduction from the above rates mil be the name of P. Kelly for the office of s sNe
made with th.e who adverti by the quarter ils portion of our spice to a few tH-tori-
. months or'year.14ttorlal Sheriff of Nassau county. .
mfertion.Notice fire cents per liDO fur uch And cal fact on the subject, taken from i Many Citizens.flESTAUf !

every :. the Savannah Morning JVezrs ofj; -- ..__ .-- I

Notice. Tue-day la t.V e address this article t T. I j
James Took, Proprietor, !I
The or.ns of the FUXAXDIXA: Expaiwa lire closed
directly to our colored readers, SECOND STREET, OFF. FOST-OFF'CE.
on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Advertisers will r F.NCTOY ,
please. take notice and govern theuuoelvesaccordinlr1r and hope it will reach the ears of !I OTSTIK BILL or ria*. I *F iwY

many who do not read. ;: Oysters- on halt shell .. .. .. . .25 Cents. :8:'. !
In..onle. phin .. ...... .. .eo .25 "
p A regular communication of Amelia Lodre.r6t1c1o. Before another issue of this jour- i with milk. .. .. .eo. .:!5 *.
.47, F. &A. M.will he held on Monday ** Boston stew. .. .. .. .35 P.
Oct. llth at 7:30 o'clockntarp. gal is given to the public, the great' ". rlll1..letl.O "
brethren arefraternally invited
toattrnd. W. F. SCOTT, W. M. question[ of the day, that question' ,0 broiled .. .. .. .. .:;0 .'
3xo. A., WBITMIT,Sec which home to the heart of ev- .. French fry.. .. .. ..v-0 B
comes I. Scalloped . . .. .:';0 t
NASSAU OnAPTEK SO. 23, H.A. SI, ery citizen of this vast commonwealth .. Hied .. .. .. .. 50 ,
Third a
Regular meeting October 14lh at TYt o'rtne\ the presidential election, will have I !soup one bowL. .. .15 IIouPlease
Transit at Companions fraternally invited to attend Mr. James Cook is a well known caterer
l been settled, either for or. against s and we can cheerfully recommend his call
: house to the travcllin ubliC' -
Pout Office Hoar good o'trnmt'nt.r. :;
yon prepared -
.4 Office nirs-From 800A.M. to COO p. --- -
k. Money Orders and Registered Letters to vote intelligently palrioti-I The Three Cent Counter _
: from 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 r. M. ; and from 2:00 cally Will yon cast: yi nr vote it at Paul Funke's New York Store Bids will be re
to 3.30 from 10.30 to City Clerk until .
; P. M. P. M. Sundays !
the hordes who have led on
I 11:30 A. M. and 3:30 to 40 p. M. conupt That Lager Beer is rapidly becoming November, 1880,
the life blood of the for scrip to the f tt
I+I AJIIUVAL AND EEPAllTCRE OF THE MAILS. very country I the national drink ot America awards v,ill be 'a
Northern Ma&-Arrives daily at 10:80 A M. the past eighteen 'l'arr Consider conceded by nil statistician*, and the in .to take the least

: Closes 3:00 P M. these questions personal, let every better the Beer the more is drank, s<'rip. No bid for al
i Southern Mail-Arrives 3:30 A M. in crip will be etn
i natural J. E. i
reader of the then to \ an a con'lcqnerce.1.
:loses" 10.00AM. Express apply : serves the right to rt.
St. Martft and Trader" IMMaO- '' himself, weigh then well and cast his i!{ mmerly's assortment Milwaukee Bids should be adlreSnnll l
: and Rochester Beers and Mile's Pale I !
endorsed "Propo
Arrives and at 2 30 p M.
Tuesdays Fridays : [
Hancock & BIox-
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A M. vote lor English, Ale, is not excelled by any in the I Bv order of citv <*or

St. Mary's, Ga.. onfy- ham and Bethel, and good government. market, and is much saught after. W. F WOOl!
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Give him call. !
Arrives 8.00 a
Mondays Thursdays A. M. SEVERALTHOU1High
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. ------_. -
Fall and Winter Coots
to General Grant ns a Secessionist.
Wedn'sdays : A. M.
Rich ll.
Closes Tuesdays and Wednesdays,. In the report of an interview be- at New York cost, at Paul Funke's situated one mile from
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M. New York Store. on Orange I ake. Cleared!
SAMCEX. T. RIDDELL P. M. tween Rev. Dr Fowler and General ci. Ily adapted to Oran_

Grant, the General in speaking of i Equator Beer always on hand and growing. Just the place tl

TOWX TALK. the "s-ibihlics of the campaign, arriving by every steamer atlbammerly's.. purchasers Not visited, by. frosts. In t,|

says, that, should Hancock be elected -
-After Tuesday next Republicanswill :1cP3.
the North would submit, but Attraction!
be scarcer than hen's teelb.R. The three cent counter at Paul
would watch every action of the Also a two hundred i ftcr
Funke's New York Store. ted immediately on Orr
L. Dent-field received 700 .
new administration, and slu.uld any ing ten acres ofORANGE

fleets of sugar cane on Tuesday.Mrs. thing go wrong the Northern States: Just ReceivedA

G. Stark returned on the would convene their legislatures and cargo of flour, the best and cheap. ]

through them recall th ir Itepresett- est.A beginning to boar Say
City of Austin on Wednesday last.
trial is all 'k.
w e a! Under fence, and partly
-Mr. Atkins left on Tuesday last tativ.s and Senators in Congress. Angel fc Friend. to fruit and vegetable gi'

Now, can any one, Republican or is the steambpal landing j
for Alabama, to see his mother, who The Three Cent Conbjleri of rich farming country
Democrat call that else
thing "
is ill. any vorable locution for t
very at Paul Funke's New York Store.
than secession? That is exactly profitable. business. J -Th is :; ,
rainy season evidentlynot what the Southern States: did in 1861, Rye and Rock at StelPs New JNOS.Otlls' Ferhut.ditFernantl I

yet onr.Ve were treated to York Sample Rooms on-2/l.stree- ...
and this same heresy General Grant | ,'
showers this week.
more heavy fought through the civil war and on The Triumph Shirt, THE FLORI eLAND

Notwithstanding the recent n- the results of that war was he" hoisted Superior in quality and style for $1
verses in Indiana, we are prepared to to the Presidency of the United only, tvoith -$2 at .

assert without fear of contradictionthat States for two term-j. PAUL FDNKK'S NEW YorK STORE. UO l 1MIG

the prospects for a democratic Don't let General Grant or any of Among the latest receipts at Arthur a

vicinity are'exceedingly bright. his followers any more allude to the MeiPi* New York Sample Rooms c o ii: 1'OFFE

-Our editor returned from his disloyal South. lIe has boldly pro. the followers of Gambrinus will be
' find brands of 'S Fox SAl I
pleas new imported -
norlLern trip on Thursday morning claimed the programme to he pursuedi beer. Christiann Norwegian

last much improved in health, and "things go wrong," that is not to and Its emer Keiser Beers are favorite 6 QQ00

ready for hard work. The Express suit the centralists. His own friends I lr.ltltli'lntI will be appreciated.Mr. AOFJjjSI

is not "lily ready to receive all adver- lament the blunder the General committed Sleil makes it a rule to keep Suitable for the cultunor

tismenl but will attention in his interview be the best ot everything. Fruits VegetabK Sugar d
give prompt allowing to .f Rice, and Field Crops Sot

to joboik brought before the public, but he Hoots! Shoes Slipper! and along the line o; b? Tfiextendifle

Vote early, and vote right br ', has p'lt himself on record, and his Great reduction in prices1 which tic to Ccu from r KrJ

do not attempt to vote often. Any party and supporters must abide his de/y competion at most acceatibf*
attempts at fraud will lie detected action. Remember he has not corrected affords tb d'
and punished. Remember the DeincraU this frum Dr. Fowler, and he New Fall and Winter Good } cheap tr1T .
stands before the nation as an avowed Paul Funke'rt New York store offers the count
are now in power, and will not secessionist, if thins don't suit its large stock of Clothing Dry 1T
permit the frauds whilch characterized him should lIlIIcock' be elected. (Good Hoots and Shoes at strictli

Republican. a administration8. Stand from nnder. New York cost His new supplievery
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. is driving summer tourists back to The number for November of this i

the balmy South, and will soon send favorite Magazine is even better than Amiss GA f ebrnari ? .
1"". usual the contents literary and artistic Sin: My .;ihild five yea
the northern visitor to our shore ; symptoms of worms 1 tried
It is predicted that there will be a : are moi't attractive. An elabo- other Worm Medicines, but f
rate article, projusely illustrated, is any. Seeing Mr. nain'cerm
large amount ol travel this winter entitled, "Boston, in her Two and a vial of your Worm Oil, and t t

and that it will commence early. half Centuries* of Existence," and will brought forty worm, and t e g' all.t__
be read with interest as will dose so many were passed 1 did not( -
Our merchants confidently ,
may them. S. II. A i>' uvf.Jno.
likewise "Scenes from London Life."
L. Clay, Fernandina Fli
winter busine The agent, ,
a large
expect "
,India, "Bolo ua, "Belgium, Past,
business rush and prosperity at the Present and Future," Horatio Nelson Many CombinationsHave ..

north will soon be communicated to etc, etc; contributed by Revs, Lady results been as tried ILankin's, but none Extracts with such Buchland h'I.

all parts of the country. We notice Blanche Murphy, Godfrey A. Hudson |! py Juniper. If you-are suffering frod

that many of them are preparing Alfred II. Guerney and other popular j II I. any of the Kidneys or lilac
writers. The serial story," The : der. Gravtl, Pain Weakness in the r"tri
themselves for a good business: by adk -, Ambler Witch,' is continued, and I, or Hip et a bottle-one or two 'wil
j i
their here you This article has been 1 hefort'
ding largely to there are several
must interestingshort
I public for nearly ten years and its ft A
Th' of ill I... nga, stories, sketches, adventures, i constantly d that with vefy Hitver.tising '
etc some excellent and the -which It to be an ,
I ; poety proves
Savannah but \reil known in this I{I
miscellany is of a remarkably comprehensive of m nt. We have testimonials from]
city, arrived on the Steamer Florida characrer; in fact, the:128 ::' of the leading phpsiciaoa of Georgia,
Carolina and Florida,and other Stat
Wednesday last, to be interred in quatro paged contained in each number !i[ in fl'gard0 its reliability as a Die

,the Villalouga park in this city. Mr. are filled with most delijhtfulen-a; i' ami a remedy for the diseases for wlj t"r

Villalonga felt a deep interest in Fer- tertaining and instructive reading, I it is recommended. Prepared only
with abundant ills'!trntions. The I Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, Druggists, ,
nandina and has done much to improve la, Gau, and for sale by John L.'CI i.
i colored fronti5piec The Condemned :
the town lie was one of the Boot, ," is from the celebrated nandina Florida.

leading merchants of Savannah and painting by Vibert. The price of a Somcthlnarew Under the Sun
ot this admirable A:new era is dawning upon the life o.j ;
his loss felt. single copy periodical womahV hitherto"she been called to
j.. the annual subscription .
-Indiana has been to the Demo- only cents; suffer the ills of mankind and her own be/
$3, sent post free. Address sides. The frequent and distressing irrejclarities ?'
cracy what Maine is claimed to have Frank Leslie's Publl.-hing peculiar to her sex have loj

been to the Republicans. It has ac- House 53,55 and 27 Park Place,j. been to her".the"direful mansion spring of of woe.i
numbered. In the the
ted as a stimnlent, and demonstratedto : New York. and In the hove of property alike wo J m
and 1 has been the constant yet patient vii /
them the necesity of earnest
)[r. T. F. Thomas and Mr. Francis i of a thousand His unknown to> man*
united work. The vote of two weeks I Iago M. Miller left last Tuesday for Baltimore l these without a remedy. 'Oh Lord

is no criterian by which to where they will attend medical long" in the agony of her soul ha]
cried. But now the boor of her r
'I lectures in the of
.. judge the .vote which will be polled University 3Iary- tion is come. She will suffer no moj
Tuesday next. The result will land. Success to you, young gentlemen Dr.J. Bradford's Female Begabuor-;
on and may you return worthy disciples I man's Best Friend may be relied ;
be exactly reversed. of E.sculapius.-Gaillesviile cure all disease peculiar to women.i- ;
and be convinced. Jno. L- CJafr {
Sun. i '
The Democracy of Nassau coun-
t StiMrt .S. C4 'ov.] 18| n e<
as well as many who are not affiliated 1 MIL W. II. Ga. P
ty, Reyes one of the perjurers whose Augusta .
with ns, were both entertained false oath helped to throw out the i .Dear Sir-It Rives me great pleaat] 1?"
ki MTi
attest ta the efficiency of the Pills
and instructed by the speeches delivered third ward in this city was drownedat a few days ago. They h i :

on Friday evening: last in the sinking of the steamship Emi- complished every ,thing that I. :;
lie. Clark of these is and I have several. {fi
another serving them Given y
Lyceum Hall, by Gen. Loring, Hon. ; a term in the penitentiary, for larceny neighbors. Please sent me two doze' z

:. St. Clair Abrams, and Col. Gary. and the punishment of the oth- for use on my farm. '

The audience was large and enthusi- I ers will soon follow.-Key Went i Yours respectfully Jso. C. TL : -

': astic. This w.aB'the last grand rally Democrat.. .. J For sale by J. L. Clay Fernam 1 '
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.-rDHii.tma.. to:3o FERNANDINA. PA. n4r 1i Ko.vlCitliHhitn. .. 11:15 11:2" Rant.woo<1.... 1IlI 5:: ,
...... 12:11 12:17 OlterCretk,.. 6.115 f:20'1
Du ton... ... 12 *) 2-n lironson,. .... '.:06 7lI C
Baldwin,..... 1:25i 1:43'Archer.' .... .. 7:50 8:1111 i, i
--0- YRx..ule.H... 2:10'batt' < n...... .. 8.1 8:18 ,
Lxwtrv... .... 2wt91 2:51 !+Amcdondo. 8:32 8:35 I
Temple.... .. 3:11 3:12: U Iead le.... 8:5i fc:02lojtw
CLOTHING, Ptarke,..... .. 3:171 3:21 '\\al.lo...... .. 8:55 10O'.t '
Thurftton... S4 8:14 Tnuriit t..... 10:06 \
W..ldo... 3.55 45 Stalk'........10:4(1 1113
U..lnenile,.. 4:51 6:041 TempltX.Liwu ... I0.4K 10:112:
4 DRY COODS, rre-loudo,.. 5:24 8:28 y... .11:09 11.14 ..
Ritt">n, .. ... 5:40 5d Mpztltle...... 11:5311:11& ,
Archer... H1* 6:10 Bui. win...... 113. 12:42 i i8ronson.
tk I BOOTS AND SHOES ,. ... 0-4(1 6:5* Iiutfv... 1:23 .:2a '
j Otter Crvek.Rngewno ... 7:40 7r 5 (rallihan..... 1:5.1 2:00
I .).... 8-S5 8.37 Hart's Road. 2.52 2:54
JWNSSTANT HATS AND CAPS. Cedar Key... 1IJOjP.M.: FernnndiB... 8.40 P.U.Con.n.eo"'t1on..s. .
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that rL u 4 Having just purchased in New York From Brunstttrk nnd all point North and -

a larjjf and well assorted stock below 'Vest... .... ............ .. o&t1)....Daily. ED aF C> V3
pointf ,
For Br-nswitk and all l ana
I cost 1 am prepared to retail at wholesale West,......................... ...............Daily. ('/ utensils of all kinds.

;, From vn1"h and Charleston...........Thursday ,
., For ...........FndayhTEAMKR And Wrought-Iron Pipes.

LKbops livcrjbody1IMENT.* and Defy Competition. MAYFLOWER.From Drivinp Wells a Specialty
St. Marts Hirer Landings "Wednesday Fiidny -
IJroome St.
and Sunday. Second

-- Thursday.AT For St. Marys. River Landings Sunday Tuesday, FERNANDINA, FLORID

rk and Side, Grunt reduction in AI.nWIN.-FJ.ORIDA CENTRAL It. R. 15-tf.
,e. of lirnUea For Jacksonville, Tallahrssee and Live Oak

.............................6:25 .. m., 1:05p.m.
four IT. It will ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS.0 From and Lire Oak I

Itlls, and ttf price --'I......... ........ .....6-5.. m., 1 and 6 p. In.
|.SOC.Mad 81.00
I AT GAINKSVILLE.State I Henderson.
Linn !iir Ocala and Tampa, arrives Monday,
>, R.I.Proprletorg.. Calica Prints Wednesday' and Fnday. J.IJ.I
Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa, leaves .Tuesday,
Ihunday and Saturday.

S. ie. Co'ft STEAMER"
-0-- \ For Key West and Havana, ariving Monday Wednesday I,
and Friday. ,
Best G in ll1Ul1R. For Key Went and Havana departing Tuesdayand
Saturday. FIFTH STIlEET.Fernandina,
For New Orleans arriving and departmc..Satnrdar*
From Manatee and &
't'ampa..TueadJf Saturday ,
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Clothing and furnishing. goods r a Savannah, Fla, & Western R. R.GEN'LSUPEniXTENl.'ENTSOFFICK .

Sale1 HOLES EE PRICS. AND AFTER SAVANNAH SUNDAY., Mar. 13.Mar.1880.14th)fOX --

Trains on this Road w ill run
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as follows:

other sootl nt minimum NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Savannah daily at 4:30 p m
PRICES TO 'SUIT THE Arrive at Jessup daily at 7:00 p m

Arrive at Thomas ville daily at 6:23 a m Wooden Collins and Caskets,

the '. Eldorado" TIMESAT Arrive at Bainbridge daily at 9:40 a m White Metal and Silvi-i Plated
|s Arrive Albany daily at 102.1 a in

irredondo, Alachua Arrive at Live Oak daily at 2:00 a m Trimmings,

Arrive at Tallahassee daily at 7.-00 a in CONSTANTLY ON 1IAND.Rodies .

PAUL FUMiE'SNEW Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 7:50" 'm wr.slit'd'and drebscd, and
leave Tallahassee at 0.00
daily m
Leave Jacksonville dally at 5.30 p m I'reservt'sl until Burialvitl, '(.r

YORK STORE, Leave Live Oak daily at 11:13 p m without thu n"<<.- of lea.

fLORIDA Leave Albany daily at 4;00 p in Remains cxlmmcd and placed it.
FernandIna, Fla., Ix h\"e Bainbridge daily at 4:00 p m
---- Leave Thoma!'vi'le dally at 7:35 p m Causes for removal.

I NO MORE Leave jessup daily at 0.30 a m Teli'irrajihitj orders promptly

1 I D A Arrive at Savannah daily at 0.00 a m ATTENDED '1'O.S .

the ownrr haying be- ... No change ot cars between Savannah and ,t f.
= OR GOUT :0- Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany. -

\ < ACUTEDIt I Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily between -
4\ South, flange 19 East, 1-= 3 ALl CHRDNIDA ttj Savtinnnh and Jacksonville. JACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA

mprisinj 300 acres : SURE CURE. Sleeping cars run through to and from : .\ -

Half of Section 14 I Savannah and Albany.The I liAT.a TU3I'POnullI3I' Ofnci, )
Manufactured onlv under he above eleg-int Sleeping and Parlor Conches ,, TA.LAuA.UX, }'u.. Feb. >. lian. {
Trade Mark bv the EUROPE SALICI of the Kufala line daily between Mont- f\y and n rMcndir,February 1. HSn.FkuseofrJ

i I YLIC MEDICINE CO., of Paris and Leipzig gomery, Ala and Jacksonville, without I, \ Tr fHtMHyrr uu oa this 7mm riad-will Eatltrn run BoundDotty.DS fol own ;

; I' IMMEDIATE RELIEF WARRANTED TKR- change Passengers from Savannah for F- rnan- Leave.. Qulnry('hattahooehee.-.2...... ..... .............322pm 00 P 1n
IU EXTCl'nE GUARANTEED. Now CXCllI- din Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this Arrive nt Tallahassee:.. .............6 00 p m
t rvio Ac sivcly used by all celebrated Physicians of train. Leave TaUahaiwe...........:..........6 46 pet
and America. The utiglicrt Medical Leave Uoniirello. .... ....... .. .......710pmLeave
I Europe Passengers for Darien take this train. Gf.>nville................... ...a S8 I' m
Academy of Paris reports 93 cures out of Passengers from Savannah for Bruns- Lea"eM8dl.on....... ....... ... ......828pmArrive
100 cases within three days. wick t ,ke this train, arriving at Brunswick at Live OAk............. ......211 II m
at Savannah.......... ..........01faai'fhomanvllle > ra
Secret.-The only dissolver of the pcisoaoss G.OOa. ui.Passengers .< .... ............6 S5. m
hammock and aU 1111, Uric Adi: which erirts in the Blood: of leaving Macon at 7:15 a. in. .. Albany............ ......"....10II m
I Rheumatic and Patients. (daily icl'ding Sunday) connect at Jessup Leave LIokfl City.... ....................SS5 a m
ran 4ne forest1and, Gouty for Arrive atILldwin. .............. .....6'iaimArnvc
v 4Nr. Cured. Cured Cured. Cured.II. with this train Florida. at Jncksivitle................ ....7 Mam
I Passengers from Florida by this train Arrive Fernandma..................3 40 p nat
J 8. Dewey, Esq., 201 Broadway, Iu- connect JeRSIlO with train arriving in Oaioeinllr...................804 p mat
I fldinmutory Rheumatism. Macon at C:23 o. in. (incl'dingSunday) Cads Keys"...... ....... ..930pmfasttngar
I J. Lenvy Esq 455 Washington Market Connect at Albany with Passenger trains Tram Wat Sound-Daily.

rtatioti n Chronic Rheumatism. both Southwestern Leave JacLt>onri'e...................5 80 a nl
Mrs E. Towne 63 East Ninth street I ways on Railroad to I and from Macon Eufaula, Montgomery, Leave Qmneimllp.....................903amLeave
(chalky formations in the joints,) Chronic Mobile, New Orleans eta Cedar Key.......................4 30 a m
Rheumatism. I Mail steamer leaves Leave B.ld. in.........................100. m
v Bainbridge for Apalachicola Leave Lake Olty......................910pmLeave
every Sunday and Thursday eve. S..lInllh..4 10 p m
For Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday Leave Live Oat ......................215 a m
m. E. Arnolh, Esq., 12 WejbossetstIcnce. afternoon. Leave Madison.........................SSI .tw
11 R I., of twenty years' Chronic Leave Greenville.............. .;._ .499am
Close connection at Jacksonville daily Leave Uonticello............ .U....:.100 a m
tillm. Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine. Pa- Arrive T llaha'_....... .........700amLeava
'. Chamberlain Esq., Washington latka Enterprise and Green Cove Tallahiuisee .....................I SO a m
*sbingtun, I). C., Rheumatic I Springs, Leave Quincy........................IOCS .a
and all landings on the John's River. Anive at Chattnhoothee.... .......11 SO a mSt
Trains B. and A. R. R. leave
on junction, Marks Branch .
Turn 100 Sanchez -Tuctdays, Thursdays, 6oturdayi.Leaue
ate street I
$ and Sciatica. going west at 1 :37 a. m., and for Bruns- TalUhamee.....................e 00 am'
\ Jscnralgia j wickat4:40p. m., daily except Sunday. Arrive lOt 8t. Mark's........ .........10 liam
4 iJ Intermittent and CJtronic Petfr I Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Leave Bt Mark's......................II 00 a m
G7utlaor.lgtie.> I Berths secured at Bren's Ticket Office Arrive at TallahasBre..................12 15 p tin

.& c..' ,ICA IS A CERTAIN CURE No. 22 Ball street and at Atlantic and and Woodruff Ja:tsnnttlle Lucas on all sleepers nijtht trains between Tallabuse*
Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot. EDUAR .
VLIET Muter Transpostetion.T
: .IE (frlihg entirely the use of Sulphate of ACCOMMODATION TRAINS-EASTERN -
C Inc as it will not only cut the fevers, I
ii.II""I I Ia1i litUout auy of the inconveniences and Leave Savannah,Sundays ex'd at 7:00 a m 1
( I McIntosh "
jubles arisrnc from QUINNE. Arrive at 9.28am
Arrive at Jcssup *4 12:20 m CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
,I. A BOX.6 BOXES FOR Ss<5. I Arrive at Blackshear ." .. 2.40 P m
Sent free by null on receipt nfironey.. Ouuu EnEaJ3IUIID&1fY'1 i omci ;
I Arrive a Dupont 6.23
P m JacItIOJrT'lLU, Oct. 6\h. 1171. SON
But take no imitation nr our Sslicyli- Leave Dupont !):20 a m AND AFTER THIS DATE l1UINIOlf
V( .nvTluht J)is guaranteed to relieve or money Leave Blackshear ," 9:40 a m ia road will run as folloirst :
[funded, and will be delivered free of receipt of tor- Leave Jessup II.. 12.50
'n, by calling or addressingl'YaSkbnrne p tl nd EXPRESS (Daily.)
st"1" 1+y. Leave McIntosh 3.00pm .Mp s

.u. & Co Arrive at Savannah 5:40 p m A 1a1' ............ ...... .. .:0 p. m. .
i't WESTERN DIVISION. *r-u -.l.... .. .........7:00p.m.
-SOLE AGENTS- arrive at L&iTliM. %..,.......,..... 9-30 p. m
Leave Dupout (Sundays ex'd.) at 7:30 a m Leave Live Oak ......?.'.............._. J:15 a. m ,
lEroaiTay cog Fulton Si (Enox. :BoHdI Leave Valdosta 10:02 1\ m Arrive& Tallahauoe................... 7:00 Lift -
ing) New York. Leave 11:42 Arrive at Albany........................10:45 a. in
R Rt Qnitman a m Arrive Savannah..................... 11:80.. m
SALE BT JNO. L.CLAY, FernandinaTEETHINAa Arrive Thomasvillo 2.10pm Leave Savannah........................ 4:30 p.m
Leave Thonftasville .* 2:40 p m Leave Albany.................... ...... 409 p.m
l II"Ir Leave Camilla 5:24 Leave Tallahassee...................... S:45 p. m
39n p m Leave Live Oak.......................... 2:15 a.tD
l M Arrive at Albany 7:20 p m Leave Lake City........................ SM a. m
(TKKTBtNfl tOWDSLt) Leave Albany 5.-OOam Leave Baldwin......................... 6:40 a. III
Leave Camilla 7.15am Arrive at Jacksonville................. 7:60 a. m
Arrive at Thomasville '10:20 a m On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars run
through to and from Jacksonville and Savannah;also -
Leave Thomasville 10:50 a m Lucas Sleeping Car. run through to and from
tTEEtK1K .
d,,lrrta) Leave Quitman 1:10 p m Jacksonville and Tallahassee
PC ERS Leave Valdosta 3:151) m FERSASDINA EXPRESS (Daily.)

r' a r Arrive Dupcnt 5.45pm Leave Jacksonville...,..... ....... .....11:16 m.
; J, S. TYSON, Master of Transportation. Arrive Baldwin........................1130 P.m.
H. S. IIAlNES, Arrive Fernandina....................... 3:40 p. m.
r'J Leave Fernandina.................:.....10:80 a. m.
ap26-tf General Superintendent. Leave Baldwin.......................... 130 p.m.
l'apej llMlttrt Umt m. Altar* IrHUttaa aid Arrive Jacksonville..................... 2:3 p. m.
J aka TtrlbiaR easy Brmwrct M4 rtrcB e Wesleyan Female Institute, Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar lay take
; I aii farms. this tram. No tram from Baldwin to Cedar icy..n
.1*> < n4j .f CklMren away ie seed every STACNTOS, VIROr' Sunday.
se b wetwy tke..1'.wdee.. Connect at Baldwin with A. O. W I.T. R. R.
['or Sale by J.-L. Clay, anti all druggists Opens its 31st Session September 20th, from Cedar Keys and GalneanUe Lake City wick
: r"- 1880. Among the first Schools for young J. l'. 8. M. R. R. Tallahassee*. Albany and Barannah. -
and points North and Vest; at Jacksonville
dud ladies in the United States. Climate un
Lr, t" .e with St.John River SteamersJ.
surpassed. Surroundings beautiful-Pupils 8. MoELROT.
g1 from SeventeeuStates. AMONG THE Master of Tran.poetat/0a.
?iJ z. h t TERMS :Board, Washing, Lights En- Supt.Market .

glish. Latin, French. for each half of the

s i it ;F aki Scholastic year,...$115. Gardeners 1U l
( i All extras very low. For Catalogue address

hu Rev. WH. A. HARRIS, Pres't,

83-tf Siannton,Virginia. BUY P. M. FERRY & Co.'sSiIEl
li a perfect BLOOD Prunm. and Is the
I purely TBOR&BLI: remedy known to adf > !lorpkiaw b sttt tared,

., ,that has made radical and PEKIUYCNT OPID W..tJ .'.....'. 'iMl,__
u t ,?Irlt i of SYTHIUB and SCBOPXXA In all their .. "dq. .. ;,Rf a.bea.a 1Iq. IieilH IDI !S'o,
yw K I*. ,, 0_C.-Laid. Ida\
thoroughly remote mercury from the | j
'r ?% .tehe.e3tot7.ItevolveraRING
4i 'a: U relieve the agonies ot mercurialatismand tL.o.OftIrl001al.rsNoweli1M_. .
speedily cure all skin die ........ .)I.w..t'_ For sale by dealers througbont Florida .

Catalogue and prlo:>i.t tree to aQ applicant
t sale by J. L. Clay, Fernandina, Fla. B daily,your.! Postal Job,Work Itedfun right, Card.In. ,W.etc-make a nx-. addre.a A -.W.,1ftreKa. X14 "

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T ..W. COCKRCtl. r 0. T.W1LI E.. WALKS R. TAT*. : J. H. PRESCO'I'l"' f! AX ODE TO .1 LOT ,

COCKRELl, WALKER and YATES, DEALER IXBOOTSSHOES& i Intern stuff your nature wi-11 I knl ,}
S., when I took you down ,IX mont

(Cockrell: Walter,Jacksonville SLIPPERS Each piece till I numbered so that I IJ

ttorl1t1)S & ounsellor0, LEATHER AXr> FINDINGS. Exactly how yonM go together well
And now the time for clulU days d
draw nigh
STYLE To put you up grain I madly 'rv
OFFICE adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Conrt'a i But all in vain. The joints thai then ill
FIT, fit
WALTEB PATES Notary Prill Now do not come within -in inch of it
ennandins,Oct.9.18&26.1m.TEMPLE I COMFORT I get you tw(-thirll:04 put in pi gee ami thenl
Trash you go tumbling to the floor :iiram 1
OF FASHION I aND Once more soot. I try. You're rather lull .>fl

And I am getting daubed from head to

Mrs. S.A. REINHARDT foot. c
f I jam my thumb but sti'll preserve,
One piece down rakes
WOULD ear ,
LADIES OF FERXANMXA AND VICINITY, I I grab to catch thc piece, another goes,
And ailing the hide all off oc
I INORWOOD scrapes my

HOUSE > then another piece fills with a slam,
And then the rest goes down and I any ern

And then my blood gets boiling,and Isay.
IX THE LATEST STYLES. n.te'' By all that's blue I'll fin area
Fine Underwear The Star Shirt. :Neck you anyway
White Vest. Umbrella, Novelties. Once more I go to work. By patience alt tlcom
get all but a single section straight, nl
and Jeweler I EnXA.NDI?lA. and that I am about to pl.M e, within oh! end o
Watchmaker : Cash Boot & Shoe Store. The chair I stand on tips. Down flat I go. the oil
While on and around me with horrid
Second. SreeLNorth: of Sanoorn It Hoyt, have JiM No. 2O Centre St. 25-3m crash. billrt
received au elegant line ot
The whole comes down again in one grand
Clocks and Jewelry I SANBORN & HOYT smash
Watches, ,
And then my wife rcmirks: "I never saw colunder
Cheap fir Cash. A man so clumsy I say, "Hold your li
< "IJEPAIRIJfO: at reasonable prices, and all work And for a unman send, whi'e I retire paid foe
_Ll: >guaranteed or money refunded. 43-ly '!--- -- -- To wash myself and swear, to vent my ire. On WeJ

: -Bo ton PvlJt.
Watches Jewelry and Clocks ; .. the \Vcst
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Our Letter.
AND Wsuhington pany rtj
Chandlers. vouciier!'J
From our Special Correspondent.WASHINGTON
D. C., Oct. 21.1880. week IDi (
It has been thought by some our extmutedexcellent

Provisions and Groceries Presidential candidate's the amou
At Bottom Priccw.A USe ui the pen was calculated to dam were Gage

TEETH ASEl-BEAN JEWFLRY his No doubt ill as vou'
ALLIGATOR prospects. ,
,and made to order. 4 l-tf Large Stock oJ-
G Groceries candidate for this high office-the take f

Da AUTUUi: C. FORD Provisions, contest being really one of principles the same"Union

Cio kerr,
Dent1s"t(4th Hardware and parties and not of men- Tel

St., bet. Centre anil Alachun) Dry Goo s.FURNI".rURE. reticence is a saving virtue, ])"e- "The tt:1

FLORIDA. sides what is said or written under the Wester!
Doors. stress of popular clamor, no mat.lefa'4 follows:
W. Ii. POPE, Sash, I
DR Blinds how clear the t-peaker's orl riter's

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Paints, ideas may be, or how earnest his con-
Oils and II ?1.I.lIn' ChJenkins
-ornci- Yarn Wtcs. \5ction, seldom meets the general .
At Clay's Drug Store. Extremely Low for Cash. expectation in cither clearness or ,,
Can k. fouod at iflght at residence on 5th Street force. General Hancock, allowingthat I
belwe'n Centie and Ann.J tend orders 111 once, or call aul exam- i I ro\'ideas r|
'r" be'orc purchjsinsr elsewhere. he must write at all, has written ,

>f. & II. BAKER, SANUORN & IIOYT, well, but his letters and ordersprevious each for \I'. .
ec'.nll St.. Fernandini, Fla compcnsatiol
ATTORNEYS AT L W, --.- --- to his nominotion are infinitely 17 pd.

FLl. ANGEL & FRIEND better than nny thing he has :
produced toinc<.'. The man, and not :

JAS. McWATTERS, \KER3 AND the candidate, spoke then, and no : 'u 7l F.IFetf j3'

House, Sign and Carriage Painter; CONFECTIONERSCHOICE the American point.The ever Republican spoke more candidate nearly to ': Fla,

-ALSOCalsominer 'City of j
is a different sort of a man-less sin- '
Glazier and Pa- I
Texas 1001West.
per Hanger.Orders Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco tere. less frank, less flexd in opinions. : .

should be left at ALVEBSON & TOYS AXDITICLES.. On the tariff and other subjects, he
TCCKEH'S Fourth Street sav.
Carpenter Shop,
Fernandina. Florida. 19-tf Weddings, Entertainments an.l Picnics,I is quoted to-day in different parts. of,

furnished at the shortest notice, at liotkEuttort the country as bolding:views ,.

D. ALVERSON, Prices, atANGBL'S I rically opposed to each, oil
llAI BR 1"
Painter and Carpenter I many years, howev
Centre St opposite old post office h-ilding.
consistent in the be
Special attention given to repairing
MRS. CLARKE, I in its expression on,
Furniture Etc.
Buggies, Wagons, that cpitalVa tlie first tIaon.i.h'red |
All work in my line executed with dis 3rd St., Between Centre and Jlaehna Sts.,
in the maki
patch. Shop on Fourth Street between I
Centre and Alachua. Fernandina, Fla. DEALER IN THE CHOICEST What capital asked 1

12tf.__ I granted. The idea is .
J. RIKAilT Vegetables, Confectionary, honors the man or pr iiuII
4C, AC., &c. 5-tf in this country, but it
Merc1 Tiiiloi
To Orange Growers and Garfield and the part {
Centre Street. Corner Seventh Shippers: the present represent

Fernuntlina Fla.
E. E. HALL & SON pressed in the foll..wI

W. H. GUSHING I published:
I DEAR Sin:-Yonrs
,'0 ,Receive Florida Oranges on the Ciiine-e problem '

iIIk. Commission. 'I hand. Stake it that t
FILOTOIHL WRITE .' 42-tf I employees is only a
I vale economy, ann\u.

Photographs in all the Popular Styles. @[PO ID OO@LU I companies bor here they hate can the gt right'"i*

VIEWS in any part of the State 3 We have a treaty xw

made to Order. Off.. R. R.depot and St'mboat landing,) government wJ ;
-0- giou'lly kept n
Fourth St.,between Ceitre and Alachua, FEBSUDUi, Florida.MES. abrogated b ..
E. LEDDT rropnetrett- era! g overnmY..J
:J: C E -- B ] E P. pared to say that it sn

Reasonable Oliaigre gated until our great

W. K. BATJKNIGHT 43-tf._ interests are concerveof

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Lynn, :\Ia l!.
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,. STEAMER FLORA, Laboring men
And Tennessee tall.Fed Beef. CAPT. RICHARDSON,
letter. t.ho h
Will leave Fernanain rntj VOUVAT and THCUDAT
at 8 a.m. from CE>TKE bTHET DOCK for
.The Best of Meats ) memos y. They s ..
'-and- Trader's Hill, the fact that the
I The Purest of Ice.fOUNTRY.orden kg
only asserts his oWl
and all Immediate landings on the St. Marj'i River
., fined on ?hort notice, withV but that be is the can K
promptneia and dispatch. ter TEN US CA6II.i .
Through Bills of Lading
capitalists of tile count
5 f and Over will be ifs tf,
all point on the 8LxAr"LClose
",;..;. :.. .ALLWILL.1\ COME AND-HA.VE Connection : "buy labor. .

. i'-'..' : YO BOLES SAVED BY made with the New York and Savannah Btea/JIen.1 The readjnsterPittsbnrg
... :: ;. ).(art an f ooia Cars .( steamer Ma)flower, Fer-
'. nandina. ro1&." Virgiamak'e {fr 'Mk
I :
:r Good Accommodations I nomination) n
:for the PaaaeEgera. KxenmoonrU and Tonriata
:-. ember the soles you hare been treading will find ibis a very attraeiir trip.... the iC every* Congress. We tra =s
*. jSn be saved-Cheap for Ca h.Second ..craod and alligator and other game are abun-'
f* ,Jant. For further information apply to 1 ranks in this Sta
.Centre and Alach'ernandiaa
+++s stretU between W.B. raoxpsoq'. 1

.. '.._ t.-.:. .- ,- "Florida.. }2-tr.1 TIYIif ernaDdiu,1'1t. healed. ,, ;

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PAuLFUNKEs' W'\ "Stoves,iv-at 'Manufacturers s**:Prices i* t ::rJ. -<

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KI"; I 001 0 $UTH. WINO AOKT1J. ,
Manufacturer of, ;
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ev1 York Store No. 1. --N 2.

STATIONS.Ftrnundiiia. 3iai.- STA'l1011S.-M iLLy'l' Tin & Sheet-Iron Ware.

Ar'v Ar'v L'vc

... A.M,10.30 cedar Kry_. i.v "490
FERNANDINA. FT A. Hrt'e Itouil.. 11:1811:2": Rotw"'OO". .. :-t 6:22
CallabanDuiton ...... 12:11 12:17 otter Cre.1.... 6:06 a:20
....... 12\II12:!O IBroncon...... 7:06 7:15 ,I.-
-.,..... 1:21:43 Archer. ...... 7:50 8.1*
tIiIuvUle...... 1:08 ::10 Batt"a..s. 8:17 11:18
Loawh'v....... t:48 2:55 (An-redoDdo... 8:32 8:35
Temple'..... 1:11SK Ilt Oalllel\'lle,... 8.15 pr2
CLOTHING, ataike,.. 1:21 Waldo........ 9.55 10:02
Tbnrnlon.... su 8li Thur.t..n..... 10:00 10f\6
W.I"o..o..... 3Ui 4:5 Statk..........10iJ 10-43 .
... 10i 10:52
Gainesville. 4-51 6:04 Temple's?
DRY COODS, rr.odolldo,.." 5:24 6,28 L&wt"r... .. 11:O'J 11:14
Btf.n. .. ... S.40 5:41irtlv11e....... 11:5:11154 r
Archer.3.108 fIlO 13s1. w in...... 12:21 12:42
BOOTS AND SHOES, Bronnon-. e-4fi 6\11 Dutlo"........ 1:2:. !:2,
est Ottrr Creek.. 7:40 755 ('atahen...... J:5t 2no
t. rosewood.... S.S5 8:3. Ibrt'a RoM. 2:52 JM
)WN HATS AND CAPS. Cedar Key... 9:30 P.M. Fernandiu... 8:40 1'"t1oD.s. .

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I IIt U is. Having just purchased In New York Brunswick and all point North and '
a large and well assorted stock below West... ............................Daily. e; -I: : c) r : ; IS .,
For Br-nnrick and alt point Koub and "
..STANTttES. (.osl. 1 nm prepared to retail! wholesale We.t................ ........................Daily.. Cooking utensils of all kinds. s

From Savannah and Charleston...........Thursday .r
larionarie* For .. .. ...........Frida, And Wrought-Iron Pipes.

'CfihoiM, and Defy Competition. STEAMER MAYFLOWER. Driving Wells a Specialty .

EverybodyilMENT. From St. tlarv River Landings Wednesday Friday Broome St. above Second _
and Hun a". n

--0- Thursday.AT for St. Mary.. River Landing, Sunday Tuesday, FECNASDINA, FLORIDA. a 'i

; KB* hide, Great reduction in BALDWIN-FLORIDA CENTRAL r.. R. 15-tf.Manufactunny .
of ltrk1., For Jacksonville,Tullahrssce and Live Oak
.............................6:2J a. m.,1:05p.m.
llCTIT.hill It*111 ALPACA AND DRESS GOODS. From Jacksonville Tailithaswe and Live Oak

*, and its price ..................... .....6:45.. m., I and II p.Ill.
.bOe.and 81.00
-0- AT GAINKSVILLE.PU R. MHenaersou.
Line *or Ocu'a and Tampa, arrives Monday
[eR.l. Host Calica Prints Wednesday and Fnday. .
for Ocala IInel'Tampa.. leaves Tuesday
' Thursday and Saturday.AT ,

5 TO 6 GTS PER YARD. ... CEDAR _KEY.__ _.-FLORIDA_ _____ n & IIAVAXA and PurvithtngUNDERTAKER

8. P. CO' STEAMERS.For .
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-- ----- Teat and Havana Wednesday
Key anvlng Monday, -
end Fiiday. ,
Ikst ingh:1IUR.. For Key >Vest and Havana departing Tuesdayand
Saturday. FIFTH STREET.Fernandina,
For New Orleans arriving and departing..Satnrdays
10 CTS. PER YARD.0 .

From Manatee and Tampa....Tuesday A SaturdayFor .. ,. ;Fla
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fothing.and furnishing goods a Savannah, Fla., & Western R. R.

for 'Sal

Mar. 14th
will run
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iia follows: .
otter ixds at minimum NIGHT EXPRESS. .1 .
Leave Savannah daily ut 4:30 p in METALLIC CASES. "- .c.
TRICES TO SUIT THE ArrIve at Jessup daily U 7:00 p m :
Arrive at Thomasville daily at 6-25 a m \Voo.lcn. Coffins ami Cjskrtf, -J,

I TIMESAT Arrive at Bainbridge daily at 9:40 a m WhiteI<-tal lull 5ilveI Plated
the 'Eldorado"Arredondo Arrive a' Albany daily at 10:25 a m 11'riml1till
Alachua Arrive at Live Oak daily at 2:00 n m ,

Arrive at Tallahassee daily at 7.00 a m CONSTANTLY ON HAND. .

PAUL FUNKE'SNEW Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 7.50 a In Bodies wr.-hl"'tl and (1rt''-ell, anllPrcsern.J
Leave Tullithiissee daily at 6:00 p m ; ;
I until Iji'.iial win f'f
Leave Jacksonville daily at 5.30 p m ,
YORK STORE, Leave Live Oak daily at ll:15pm without the use of lee I .'

iOFJLORIDLe: Lt'ave Albany daily at 4:00 p in Remains vxliuincd and placed i*. ,. .,
Fernandina Fla.
Ixai\ Bainbridge daily at 4:00 p m ,
CaM-s for
------ Leave Thomasville dully at 7:35 p m
.NO MORt Leave Jessup daily at G.UO a in TeK-gnipliio orders promptly '

Arrive at Savannah daily at 9:00 a m ATTENDED TO. ;

owner liaviog beLuth 9'd No change ot cars between Savannah and 28 t/. -
::: OR GOUT Jacksonville and Savannah aid Albany. ""

Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between ,
daily '
Range 19 East, ::; 5ALICYLIC tr Savannah and Jacksonville. J.ACK.50XVILJ.g. I'ENSACOLA ..-

inprising 300 acres t .. bleeping cars run through to' and from \ _
Savannah and Allwny.Tbe :MASTIC TaAxsroarATiax's Ornci. I
alf of Section 14
Manufactured onlv under lie above' elegant Sleeping and Parlor Coaches '.TA.LARAIISSK FLA., Feb. S. 1I80 \ | -

Trmie Mark by the EUROPEAN SALIC- of the E"ralline daily between Montgomery \end after Monday,Fl'loruary2.1RSfI. Tu'enfttTr "
ii3 01 this r sul will run as follows: : ,,
YLJO MEDICINE CO., of Paris and LeipzI Ala and Jacksonville without Fnttntjtr Tmin-Eattrrn Bound-Daily.

I >r. changePassengers Leave .. ..... ....
I Oattahooehee ....2 00 P ID
from Savannah for F> mandinii Quin .323pm
Now CXClUBircly Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this Arrive at TaltuliaxiiM. 001 pili.
vrocres used by all celebrated Physicians of train. t..are T "aha-sf .i..( it y mIA ...
Europe and America. The highest Medical for Dui ice 'aVe Montirrllo. .TlOymLp
Passengers take this train. Te Gnemlllr...8 J8 pat .
Academy of Paris reports 05 cures out ol Passengers from Savannah for Unms- Leave .. B :36 p m '
100 cases within three days. wick ke this train Arrive at Live u. mM
t arriving at Brunswick .. Bnvanrah.......... ..........9 IS aim
Secret.-The only dissolver of the 8oison- 6:00 a. m.Passengers .. atTb mas\lltc.6 55 a m
and alluvial, ous Uric Acid: which exists in the : leaving Macon at 7.15 a. m. .. atAltunj. 25 am

greet land, Eheumatic and Gouty Patients. (daily icl'ding Sunday) connect at Jcsbiip Arrive Leave I at,,ke.. ..t 6U5araArnre 31 a m

Cured. CurE\(1. Cured. Cured. with th train for Florida. at II. 8. Dewey E.(q., 201 Broadway, luflammatory Passengers from Florida by this train at FrrnaiKlina.t "'-'. ,
Hlieumatlsm. connect at Jcssun with train arriving in at p M

J. Leavy, :Esq. 455 Wrshlnstou Market Macon at 6:25 p. m. (daily incl'dingSunday) roitmgcr at Cedar 7Voi Keys..9_Vtut p r "
Connect at Albany with
I Passenger trains
Chronic Rheumatism.
.ion Leave J.ckflonrille..i 30 a -c.
Mrs E. Towne 63 East Ninth street I Loth ways on Southwestern Railroad to litare Fcrnandina.t ....lo 30 p m
(chalky formations in the joints) Chronic and from Macon, Euiaula Montgomery Leave O.iueaville..9. 02 a a ...
I Mobile, New Orleans etc. Leave cedar Kej...4 30 a m
Rheumatism. I Mail leaves Leave llildcm............,..7 00 awLuarr t.
A. M. 74 Newark Jer- steamer Bainbridge for Apaluchicola -
Pragcr, Avenue Lake City.9 40 p m -
City. Chronic Rheumatism. I every Sunday and Thursday eve. Leave Sdvananb......* SI p m .
For Columbus every Tuesday and Saturday Leave the .SISam
i'm. E. Arnoib 12
Esq., Wrybosset stidence.
il am
U I., of twenty years'Chronic Leave Greenville...4 SI an
math'm. I Close connection at Jacksonville dally Leave Monticello............ .........S SO a m
F. (Sundays excepted) for St. Augustine Palalka Arrive at TiJlalM._..700am
Esq., Washington .
and Green Cove LeAve Tailahzu ee......SO a tIa
Washington D. C., RheumaticB. Lntuprise Springs Lrave Quincy.IOCS am
I and all landings on the St John's River. Aruve ut Chattnhoochce..... .......11 3d a m
Turngalc, 100'Sanchez street Trains on B. and A. R. R.leave Junction St. ifarki BmnthTuadaiTltwitayt, Satvrd *
[nelson Neuralgia nnd Sciatica. going west at 1 :37 a. m., and for lnms- Lenue T ll hn.s' >.9Mam* ,
\sickut4:40p. m., daily except Sunday. Arrive 8t. Mark's... IS a lit
artal, Intermittent and Chronic Fe- Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Leave St.Mark'.11 00 a.
trr, C7utZ l or Ague. Berths eecnrcd at Bren's Ticket Office Arrive at atTallahaiu.13 IS p in

LICA IS A CERTAIN CURE. No. 22 Bull street and at Atlantic and and Woodruff JaeJbmnvIUe Lucas on all a'eeprm nl;ht trains betveca TsUahas'.s

dihg entirely the use of Sulphate of I Gulf Railroad Passenger Depot. EDGAR VLIET.Master TransposUtlon.CEXTKAL .

e. AS it will not only cut the fevers I ACCOMMODATION TKAINS: -EA8TI


ut any of the inconveniences nnd Leave Savannah,Sundays ex'd at 7:00 a m
C8 aristnu front QUL. NE. Arrive at McIntosh 9:28 a m .

A BOX, G BOXES FOR &5. Arrive at Jessup .1" .". 12:20 m CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
w Bunt tnt by null on rroeipt of money. Arrive at .2.40 p m OsuKttL PurtaixTiiBixT's <>me.. I
ASK TOUR UKUOOIST FOR IT. Arrive a Dupont 0.23pm JACKSOIVIU.K Oct. ith 1878. SON
u ft take noimiiatiun cr substitute as our fiAlicylirluhtttd Leave Dupont 5.20 a in AND AFTEli TH13 DATE TRAINS O3T
.( )guaranteed to relieve or "
oop y money Leave Blackbhear 9:40 .
road will follows
10 run as :
and will delivete of
D4oId. be free of receii orey 11.1
rji' n?or addressing Leave Leave Jessup McIntosh 'i"' 12.50pm MAIL and EXPRESS (Daily.)
3:00 p m
rwasliburuo & Co, ,Arrive at Savannah 5:40 p m Leave Jac'".nnvjlle.. 5:30 ,.a.
WESTERN Lave BalUfemt.. 7:00 p..m'
-SOLE AGENTS3 DIVISION. Arrive at cviB Bsjr.. 9.30 p. m
3 rc&dwar. Fulton St. (Suez Eulld1ns. Leave Dupont (Sundays ex'd.) at 7:30" m Leave Live ft. ff.;. 3.15 a. mArrieat _
Leave Valdosta 10.02am TaltaiitSRe. 7:00 a. ra
.) New York. .. Arrive at Albany.10:15 a.a ,
R SALE DT JNO. L.CLAY FernandinaTIEETHINA Leave Qnitman 11:42 a m Arrive at Savannah.......... 9:00 .. M
pp.c Arrive nt Thomasville I. 2.10pm Leave Savannah... *:M p,is
Leave Thomasville 2:40 10 Leave Albany. ':00 p.14
Leave Camilla II II 5:24 p Leave Tallahassee..........5-4S p. m
p m Leave Live .-.. 2:15 a. m
Arrive at Albany ?:20 p m Leave Lake ....... 3:M a. m
TMTHnfl 0WDglitl.) t Leave Albany 5KK) a m Leave 6:10
Leave Camilla. 7:15 Arrive at Jackebnviie..r....... 7:90 &.mOn
,i w r a m
+ Arrive at Thomasville 10:20 a m Mail and Fxpreas: (rain Sleeping Cars rest
through to and from Jacksonville and Savannah;. -
Leave Thomasville r 10:50'0\ 1&0, Lucas Sleeping Cats run through to and frets _.,
Leave Ouitman Jacksonville and TalUiuvsee,
1:10 p nlLeave
piN 1pt
, ; Yaldosta 3:1.51' m rEKSASDINA EXrnESSDaily.) .Y-
< i ,! ,,,.
r- Arrive at Dupont 5.45 p m Leave Jacksonville....... .........llli-a."ro., ':
; J. S. Trsos, Master of Transptirtal Arrive Baldwin..........?.....v.U: --i-}:
II. S. HALNES. Arrive Fcrnandma.................. 3:40 p.a. .' ;--.y
'Srr.lews Leave Fernandina...............10:80 a.ra. .. :'
6 tf
apt General 'mot
Superintendent Leave Baldwin. 1:20 a. .
s isfaatur. IHayt IrriUllM a(4 Arrive Jacksonville..................... 2:54 p.a.Psssengers '
fertrtlag eaa;. KMMTC aa5 prrveax Wesleyan Female Institute, for Fernandina and Cedar Eel take ".-';';;
this train. No train from Baldwin to Cedar i'ySunday. on fl.'
K 1A CJIit1n..w rsis.Sale ;.v STAVSTOS, VIRGI U. ( ,.::..",&
IS ," '
T J.T. R.' \ ;
Connect at Baldwin with A. Q. t ; \
by J. L. Clay,and all druggists Opens its 31st Session September 20th, i from Cedar Keys and Oalnetvilie. at Lake City wit a 5 W.'.,.1.
9 1880. Amonj* the first Schools for young J. P. 4 11. K. R. forTallshawe. Albany and Ba-. .?y.>.;.
ladies in the United States. Climate un- vannah. and points North and"West:;at.Jicksen.vlile .!iIi:;
with St.Johns River Steamers. t:.s F's
s'urpasscd. Surroundings beautiful.-Pupils J. 8. MoELROT. '-.1-"
from Seventeen States. AMOSO THE Master of TransportatiexW. "
L TERMS:- oard. Washing'Lights En- r;stMarket
,,_ rlish, Latin French for -
each half of the .
Scholastic year. ..................115. Gardeners Ill" Yk
All extras very low. For Catalogue address ...
Rev. WM. A., HARRIS,13res't,

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