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 )
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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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rernandinaExAress. I Is'rURD.YKARCU" A Good howID 1 -":.;*' ;;.'<::1;-T Arthur Carringford (Lord Travers) HALL J. S--O'110: l-LE-, '-. ;: > .t ;: : y! .

The following figures rdilshow to our Mr. Nelson Decker. -' ;

I readers the success met with by:"Collector Dunstan Kirke.. .... !Mr.: I. F. Uagan. DEALER IS 1fR ,

lb, 1882. Scott in collecting taxes for 1881, and unless Pittacus Green..Mr. I. Dore Davidson. ONE EVENING ONLY, ;", .
we are considerably mistaken will Aaron Rodney .. .Mr. W. II. Crompton. ... --" I.

Subscription Price: favorably with county in the Barney O'Flynn, (a valet). .Mr. J. Gilbert. PROVISIONS, ,
One copy,one year In advance.,..............SiW: compare any Wednedsay DIar/2982. ',;
One copy tit months In advance............, 1.00 State. Methuselah Miggins (called Met) CIGARS,
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One copy,three months iuadr&Dce. 6C Total aBresement for Stale and Cou t1..U9.453.40 :Mr. Andrew
The X will be placed on the lIub criber'S paper Amount collected........................18,808.36 Waldron. Madison Square Theatre Co., TOBACCO, &c. r
throe consecutive numbers before the Bubscripliortxpiret. sales to the Bute................. 888> Joe ... l.mllers.:: \ ilr Frank Battin.
double and erroneous assessment 41.93 Dan. . Pllllers--"lMr. II. Steadman. AT ROCK BOTTOM PRIC):: '. C ;
a insolvent.......................... M6 IS THE GREAT COMEDY.DRAMAHaze'l FredHoyt&Co
Rate. of Advertising:: total tax of Thomas ((11 servant). . .. .. Mr. A.Vernon. Centre St., : : Fernandina. Fla. I
tOne Thus we see that out of a .
of 8 line or less,one j
Kach: square IMldltioDallolK'rtion........... ........... .o( nearly $20,000.00,only $136 remain uncolelctcd Fine Vegetable Ki1 ke.j New Advertisements.
A lit eral deduction from the above rates will be We saw at the store of Mrs. Enma
Jude with thie who advertise by the quarter eiinontbi > ,:
or year Fletcher on Third street on Wednesday Nearly 1,500 consecutive representations HATCH and FOOTE, I -
Editorial noticed fire cents line for each and To Open Next MoiitU.
per last of the finest collections Florida W
,one ot ,
the U. S.
every insertion. As announced in these columns sometime throughout ::1s .NhrRs,
grown vegetables that it has been our good ,4', -
I since Messrs. F. W. Hoyt &; Co. will No 1 2 Wall Street New fork. ;
Notice. fortune to see in some time. Most of them The Longest Run on Record. '

The forms of the ruiNAHDix; Exearssare closed open their business in Iluot's building were grown ou Mrs. Fletcher's place on Members S. Y. Stock Exchange, Iliiviiis: formed a eopart-
Friday rooming At 10 o'clock. Advertisers will April 1st. They are now loading the i
on the main-land, a few miles from this city, TilE. GREATEST PLAY. I BUY and SELL STOCKS BONDS and GOVERN
please take notice and govern tbemselveaaccordinglr schooner Ernest T. Lee in New York with Mr. Anderson whose success shows THE GREATEST SUCCESS, I MENT SECURITIES, and make aihanen on tnuie if IlCl'shilHlndertl1eabo'"efirnl ". }
by ,
stockof BRILLIANT OVATIONS. required. F >UK PEa GENT;: INThRESTnUowei: .
will have n fine
Jtlaftoiuc.A their goods. They conclusively what can be accomplished DAZZLING TRIUMPHS.The on deposits subject to check on sight. V
Kezular rommimicatious of Amelia Lodge general merchandise which they promise The consisted ol lot of name for the purpose of t
here. assortment a Whole Electrified.
,_ __No.*7> F. *A. M.for the rear ldb2: Buyers will ,. Country THE "VORIis
[ to sell at bottom prices.
-.4 very fine lettuce, beautifully headed and as Theatres Pacied to the Doors.
7V\ do well to patronize: the new firm. Superb Metropolitan! Cast. THE transacting a
January 2J &30th....... August 28th............ e tender and crisp as any we ever saw; very OF
February 27lh........... September Sith.... .... fine turnips, new potatoes considerably
April 3d.................. October 23d,......'.'... 'Ilie Steamer St. Jolinn. HAZEL KIRKE COLLIER COMPANYOF
May 1H 29th........... Norember2Utb.; .......... AVe are glad to announce that the elegant larger than an egg, magnificent celery, as
2bth -..... December 18th *27th...
June24ihft; ST.
'July 2Uh................ and'fist steamer St. Johns has completed tender and highly flavored as any grown GOES:: HOME TO EVERY HEART. MO. ,

at 7 o'clock p. m, sharp. arrangements \\lnch-enables her to touchat by Jersey or Pennsylvania farmers, and Which were totally destroyed by fire on

Wednesday lodge of Inntrurtion ot each mouth.on the second and fourth our port. She now touches bore on some beautiful heads of cauliflowers such Seats' can be secured at Ilorseys Drug May 28th and Sept.21, 1881, .

Tranbieut. brethren are fraternally WAN United, W.ti M.atUrd. Thursdays and Sundays. Mr. W. O Jef as would easily! take a prize at an average Store. GNRiL( ( MRCHANDISE(

ACOVIT W.LOHXAKX Joni, Bee.: 11. DELL 'it freys is her agent. at this place: and has his State fair.s we said above these are all RESERVED SEATS. .. .. .... .. .$1.00 ARE REBUILT. .

!; of Florida soil and are evidences ADMISSION. ... ... ... ... . 7.-c
cnAP1'EIL 1iO. 23, n.A. M., office over Prcscott's store, adjoining the productions GALLERY . .. .. ... ... .. . .. . .. .50c Orders are solicited for -f-
NASSAU Custom House. The St. Johns has always of what can be accomplished. :Mrs. 17-2 BUSIHSSj(
Strictly Pure White Lead! and Red Lead Cold-
Md the Wed'netiday delicious
be and
llrgular convocations will on with travelers and Fletcher also has fine lemons
following .neh regular comtnur.lcalion ol been a favorite both : :Pressed and Pure Dark Castor Oil, Bag:

Amelia Lodge',at 7.SO o'clock nhirpTruoKient shippers, and they will doubtless welcomeher strawberries, the latter grown on :Mr. __and Boiled Linseed Oil._

Companions fraternally invited to attend. back the route. Kydd's place. Her customers can obtain OAPT JAMES TUCKER iiWe
w. F. bCOTT. 1' on *
W. A. Josri. Setfy. .. fresh strawberries on Wednesdays and Sat- Cut this i Out !

The :float Liberal Men on Earth urdays. We tender thanks to Mrs. Fletcher HARBORMASTER. I ..
Knight's; of HonorRegular So said a lady about the publishers of Send stamp at once for our circulars of
meetings of Woonpopka; Lodge No.2515: ,, for a fine basket of the above enumerated C3TOffice At: W. P. Steety's Store.-a
tit Hibernian Hall on the first and third Tuesday the Soutiiern Musical Journal, and she was vegetable's.! BREECH-LOADINC GUNS. shall open;

evening in every month at 8 o'clock. about right. The gills that they give to N O'Y clawing off some second hands of Scott's and
A.MxcUONLLL,'Dictator. MONARCH LINE. other best makers at very low prices-"B\It-
'v. J."WOODWARDlteporter. subscribers would will befit a king. In Death of Irtrs. Mary JeffreYM.We GAINS" "Such U&1JallaTe quicklit taken "
1874 they gave 11. W. Jamison of Macon, clip from the Jacksonville Daily Single Hreech.Loaders JU: double: *15 up. .

METHODIST CHURfJ1P-ltev..1. Atkinsp&8tor. and in 1878 anotherone Times the following notice of the death of William Read & Sons .A.pri1 J..81;. "
splendid piano New
Itrsldence on 4th street, near Centre. Preachingat a York and London. 13 Faneuil Hall Square.lloston -
11 a. m.,and 8:15: p. m. Sunday School 4:30: ]>,m. to Mrs. Ronlnut ; in 1880 another Mrs. Mary Jeffreys,relict of the late W. O- O JNIasa $

Prayer nretlng each Wednesday evening at 815.: piano to the Savannah Masonic Fair. For Jeffreys, and mother of our fellow towns- "

TOWN: TALHL Christmas. 1831, to Mrs.\ It. Molina, a ?C5 man. ,W. O. Joffreys. The Times says : : IF;" I Ii BUCK DEER AND In the building! now occupied :

.'be deceased was born in Pennsylvania -
sewing machine, and on March 1st, to Mr. 1.
-Mr. P. I. Court has sold his place on North Carolina where i by C. II. Iluot on
J. F. Gearon, a $22 baby organ. Now for but removed to ,
Fur Skins Wanted !
Splendid fast
this Island to a gentleman from Missouri, new steamers leave docks
1st will give a. $50 gold she was reared, at an early age. Her maiden
April they away adjoining Pavonia. Ferry, Jersey City: Second street Centre
Mho will make it his home. near
and of her *
watch among subscribers only. One dol- namc'as: McGary one R. SOHOVERLINGur

The fast mail between Starke and lar secures the Journal for a. whole year brothers was a prominent officer in the with a stock of ..

Lakeside, Is the fastest we have yet heard and a ticket in the premium: drawing. United States Navy previous to the war, Persian Monarch Jan. 28 : :Broker,

of. The distance i is ten miles, which the Send your dollar quick and "it will be in and during the same a colonel in the Con. 116 I Mercer Street, N. Y. .

carrier makes on foot i in the short space:: of time, Address the Publishers, federate States Army. Another brother, Egyptian Monarch Feb. 11 Highest Trices. Prompt Returns. Beat Relcrt>Dccs.

four hours. LUDDKS &; BATES, Mr. William McGary: is a prominent law- .
PA YEAR and expenses to Agents
Savannah: Ga. yer of Chicago and visited Jacksonville a $777.Outfit free Address P. O."Vicke
-We u-derstand: that a gentleman: from .. Assyrian Monarch Feb. 25 ry, Augusta, Me.
or two since. The circumstances of
Pa. now in this city, has beenlooking
Pittsburg, municipal Affairs. the decease of this excellent and well-be Newspaper Advertising Bureau, GRAIN FEED
the old Stafford place, Cumber- '
Although bat two weeks elapse before loved lady were rendered more distressingby For freight and passflgcappiy to 10 Spruce St. N. Y. i"
land Island with a view to puichasiieg.
the municipal election, and we have done
} the fact that she, had lust apparently WILLIAM LAWTEY

-The Sea Island Route steamers arc all in our power to arouse an interest\ recovered Iron quite an alarming illness, I Fernandina ,Fla.Genie RAILWAY CROSS TIES.

carrying large quantities of baled palmetto, among our best people, the prospects of and her Iriends and family were congratulating i r

\\hichisbeingshipped to the company's! accomplishing much are small. So far as themselves and her over her return- R-ri'r: ,id L'ciUfos: ; t tt'. Tie undersigned is prepared to contractfor HAY, ETC. ,

mill at Valley Forge. we know, no steps whatever. have been ing health, when on, Saturday evening, as SINGLE AND any and quantities.purchase yellow For further pine cross particulars ties in

taken beyond the suggestion of a ticket she the street she was d'
There will be an excursion to Dungcn was going along apply 10
; the steamer Martha. To- which appeared in our last. In our opinion attacked by the malady: which caused her -Excursion TicketsTO A. G. MIDFORD\ 3
ness to-day, on
of )U is high time to go to work. The death. She tell, and loving hands soon Mansion\ House,
the steamer City
Sundny, 12-
morrow 111 Fernandina Fla.
Biidgeton will give an excursion to :St.Mary's. : best men of all parties, men who have the raised her and bore her to her son's: house ALL RESORTS IN [

hue interest of the city at heart, should where she lingered until Sunday, when Proclamation. HIP TORES& HANDLER _
Florida, Cub, Hesico, Tampa, Key West
meet and hold a consultation as to the she passed peacefully and painlesslyto
-Our readers will ll: will to call at GStarke's away and New Orleans.To Avon's OFFICE. FEHX\NDINA, FLA., ? "TGHOGERIES. _
I! steps necessary to secure a good government the worM beyond the clouds. March\ 3, 1882. t f -
of the fine strawberries -AN .,-
and.procure sonic a:111 get their forces to work. We Mrs. Jeffreys leaves quite a family of liv- TOTICE is hereby given to thequa.1itied I I !r :y(1 A:',., !. ; :
Mr. \V. F. Scott. They Brunswick St. Simon's and
grown by eSt that be called same time Dohoj, J-> .
su! meeting ing children,consisting of three daughters, voters ot the City of Fernandina that fa

arc brought in fresh every Tuesday,Thursday -!! during the early part of the coming week, Mrs.: Dr. W. W.Tucker,Mrs.\ Gen. Wm.M.Ledvutu Savannah the annual election for officers of said city J: '.l"t')

,and Satuiday.Mr. 1 and that a ticket be regularly place: in the and Mrs. Dr. A. S. Bildwin. will be held on Monday the third day of ::;;.:- .' l' I
I Via ; .
at the
Inland SteamersAND April 1882 City Council room on :
for the Sum. field,and the real work for securing a good N. of J.. "...., ,. ,
Her -
G. Stark prep uing living sons are Jeffreys Third street between the hours of 8 a. m. ,; F- -,

i mer campaign by putting in,4i new ,and municipal government be commenced. Lake City; W. O. Jcflrejs, of the firm ofF ALSO TO ALL POINTS and) sunset on said day and the following ,,' I

'. handsome Tuffl'a Soda Fountain. It is W- Hoyt &; Co., Fernandina, and Chas. officers of the city will then and there be ,(. .ti: .i
NORTH & AVJEST chosen by a majority of the votes given at :
1 certainly A beauty and the cooling beverages -,' The Third Anniversary. R. Jeffreys, ot Hbe firm of Jeffreys, Strib- said election viz:-one Mayor, five Al-

j,, '" dispeusrd by it will be much enjoyed We last week mentioned the celebration ling & Cassady of this city. At Lcve & AldenV Tourist Office dermen, one City Clerk and Treasurer, one '
of the third The funeral took from Collector of Taxes, one City Marshal, one !, '.
ti by our citizens by the Nassau Light Artillery place; yesterday Foot Centre street, Fernandina. Assessor. We shall give particularattention

but could account of St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church of
The demolition of the old Dungenness anniversary, give no Given under my Land and seal. of the -

4 ruins was: completed on Thursday last. A : it, as we went to press too early. Although which the deceased was an active and devoted J. A. MERCIER City,this 3d day of March 1882. to filling / ,

l battering ram was employed instead oi prevented from being present, we member, Rev. W. II. Weller officia Agent Steamers "City of lll'i geton" .' C. A. HALEY )Ia'or. ,
R. L. DENEFIELD Marshal.
blasting POdel', and the old walls soongave can nevertheless pronounce it eminently ting. The pall-bearers were Hon. Columbus - and Florida.

blows. The successful. The members of our crack Drew, Major A. J. Russell, Cot C. P. 13-3m -"
before its repeated
way company were out in force and with their Cooper, :Messrs. T. E. Buckman, ThomasE. { SEAL. }
work ol tearing down was by no means Brjng in Job \V ork. We are
and firm guests sat down to the banquet at 9:30 p. m. Stribling and W. W. Cassady. A large: -.-- 134
light, as the walls were as strong prepared: for it. j.
as solid rock. A more luxurious spread:: has never been number were in attendance." Orders: for Grainy :

made in ouf city the table decorations Our tenderest sympathies go out to the DRY DRY #
-Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tucker left on ; GOODS( )( ) GOODS( ) :
were unique and appropriate. The table bereaved family who within so short a Etc.,, Etc- ,

Thursday lust for a trip to New Orleans was in the form of a cross"", in the centre time have been called upon to part with )
and points along the Mississippi We wish was a pyraini 1 of moss and flowers upon both father aLd mother.Council . 3" cfiJ 3?. iiv: ; 1

them every pleasure, and hope the flip "
the which was a fort bristling with
F will prove beneficial. Friend Baily bas miniature guns. Bouquets of flowers em- Proceedings.; Popular Dry Goods House, Northeast Corner Centre )- -

been closely confined for several and Third Streets
very bellished the table The bill of fare cannotbe Regular meeting of Council,:March 15th ,
years, and will no doubt enjoy his leave of And by carrying, an ample
described here, it was par excellence and 1882. Present O.-So Oakes, President and
absence to the fullest extent. Councilmen Austin Williams Joseph and Are sow) receiving large shipments of new SPRING GOODS. . '
reflected the highest credit bpon the Ladies '
Great bargains in Department.Our stock ,\"cill be able to fur'nish
-The madison Square Theatre company Aid Society of the :Methodist Church who Lake. every

will favor: our citizens with the celebrated furnished the supper. The minutes of the previous meetingwere stock is large and varied and will repay inspection by those who \ -
read and approved want reliable goods at low prices. New Syles in our customers prop tly .; .
play "Hnz'-e: Kirke" on Wednesday the 2tn!) :
After ample justice! was done to the substantial Petition of Mr. Barker
Henry asking '
iust Every act in the play is embellishedby :: : toasts song and jest were in or- i. permission to cultivate that portion of with goods in1 that l1\u\ ;" '

scenery which the company transport der, and the gallant soldier boys kept up a I Seventh) street between Centre and Alachua DRABS GOODS. Dress Goods, Buntings, Lace Buntings, Cash I '

from their home theatre, an evidence of sharp fire of this character until the waning : streets, was referred to Committee on meres, Tamisi Cloth. The fitting out of sea-goi lg .
Streets find Public .
their determination to give a fine per- night forced them to break Join :
up. Petition of
Sidney Long, asking permis-
vessels will alsobe. ::
Colored Silks f
Black and
'oi mancc.: I ing hands around the table the parting sion to cultivate that portion of Dade : '

-We publish"an old tax-payer's communication so. g of '. Auld Lang Syne" was heartily i street referred between Third Committee and Fourth Streets streets and SILKS. and novelties in Laces large line of White Goods/ ; Nain- \ ..:
: without comment except to indulged in, and with it ended the festivities Public was Improvements. on LACES. sooks, Plain and: Plaid.. Peques, Cambrics, etc. \\ : .k
deny the allegation that "the whole thing I of the third anniversary of the Nassau Petition of J. E. Meddaugh asking Coun- I ;" r

is a family move," The ticket was holy Light Artillery. Long may this organiza- cil to reconsider their action on petition of HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Bargains in Housekeeping: ;. tk
I Robert Wilkerson in relation to cultivating Dry . .tIi'X'..; .
lion live
e-btly suggested by honorable men who j to enjoy these merry occasions. Goods of Table Damasks Towels SPECiALTY :r'-: ;" y'
I that portion of Seventh street between consisting Spreads, \
have the true interest of the city at heart .. Broome and Alachua. streets, was referredto Napkins, Crashes. A : \ and no name on the ticket w'as interested Hazel Klrke." Committee on Streets and Public Improvements : :'

t Hazel Kirk," that most pathetic and .. .
l1ggestlng it. "An tax-payer': A Fine Line of Hosiery and Gloves from Low Priced to 1'\fl .
instructive of plays, is announced for this The following bills were ordered paid : -
':4 ught lo know the EXPRESS too well to W. B.C. Duiye-,for lumber................ 18.60 Fine Goods.
r believe it ,,'ouhllend itself to any clique city on Wednesday evening, the 29th hist W.F. Wood Jr., making assessment roll .
by the world famed Madison Thea- tor iSS). ........... 60.00 .
whose interests are opposed to those of f Square Dr.Tbeo.Stwbn etport physhtian,from Oct. Gents ;' .A y
labors under tre of New York City. The celebrated ht, 1381, to F.b. Ut,1882.................. 77.40 Furnishing Goods a specialty. All the latest Styles and Nov- .
our citizens. He no doubt Estate of A. II. Cole,rent of Council Rooms elties in Gents Goods. In our .
a slight mistake. piece will be presented by a special cast ending March lit,188J........... 15000 Furnishing
= every act cmbelished with new and splendid :: Bill of C. A. Haley, for services as Mayor ..

... IHARIlICt scenic appointments that have contrib ,for January,1882-$75.00-was ordered Hats and Caps. FRED W. H r
paid at.the rate of $75.00 month to
per up
Sunday Iarch nth 1882. by Rev. J, At uted so largely to its fame and success January 18th. and $33.33 per month from HATS. Our new spring stock has been received and we display a I W. a
kins, Walter B. Dewitt of Boston Mass, to throughout the country. The story of that date to March 1st. : i

Sadi E.Creek, of Kansas City Mo.Mrawberrles. .' Hazel Kirke" is remarkable for its purity.It Bill of C..A. Haley for services as Mayor fine assortment of Hats in the new and nobby styles. !

I is the most perfect dramatic picture lor February, 1882, $54.17, was ordered
paid at the rate ot $33,33 per month. STRAW HATS. Straw Hats from ten cents up to the finest Manilla -
Parties wanting nice frctb\strawberries..I mortals can ever witness. The beauty and The following communication from his
ran obtain\ the same tit the store ot Mr.\ G., splendor with which it is portrayed upon Honor, the Mayor, was approved. Mackinaw.

Btarke) on.'Tuesdays.: Thursdays anl.plit. the boards, under the auspices of the Madison }FEBSAKDIK Fla.. March 15th, 1882.I . ..., . ?'

urdays. 3 ,,.. ,k '".' 'L'.'" W.}/roTT. Square Theatre management is certain hereby appoint the following personsas CLOTHING.. Oar new stock of Sprirg Clothing, will bs found co mtfPlete k -,' .
10-tf ; *!x *: "J, ,'.- ,. Inspectors of Election for Precinct.No. ,
and attractive both in low and fine
*HV. . to attract an overwhelming house on : prices goods.
. ___-1 1, polling place at Mayor's office. Third ..}2
*;. bireciyv"This the evening of its representation here. street, said election to be L"ld on Jlonday. ,:, i2i.r

enterprising young":merchant ha:I Seats should be secured in advance at once' stop 3d, 1882: Isaiah Winch- John AU- Ar .lNGj; Matting from 15 cents up. Call and examine oar stock f

just teethed aJ Jar consignment of cook, Thos. ., ir "1 and 1q 1
e at Hors y's Drug Store. Also lor Precinct No. 2. Old prices, before purchasing gwherp.t .
ing stoves all f of'the,/*" beat,,.end most up THE FIXE CAST. iHaving
... ing; place at School House, C. J.t\st-- =
,prove 'nuke. KQ confident'is Mr.Streetyof Hazel Kirke.... . ...Miss Belle Gilbert. burg, Romeo Donegal,Jasper IAtha a resident fjj f l Pd at or Rr

the true Talfie of his stoves that he i is s I Dolly Dutton.. ..Miss Ela. V. Salisbury. C. A. llAUrr: ,Jf:rjt New Yor !

willing to guarantee every one sold. Oui r On motion of Councilman Austin,\be ...4 ; .
_, Haily Oarringford (Lady Travers) President appointed a committee of,three? ; .
: readers Tvllldfo ""\0 call on Mr. Street,- J -. ,
,-;. : Mrs. H. Aveling. consisting of Councilmen Austin, Joseph

.: .;'data ,they: "wiUf find- hint -accomodating. one l Mercy Kirke........Mrs. C. P. Salisbury. and Lake, to revise the registration list.. H'
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'" 1S8R:: Clara....................Bessie Brown Council adjourned.
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F ;Remedy for Shipwreck. On Thirty ) y's Trial.We Xolice. ,Stoves at Manufacturers Prices. GOLD I Great Those chance who alvitys to tate make advlLIlta money r Sleeping and cars run through Litwtin Savannah ,

,.' will send Dr. Dye' Celebrated Electro-Vol- MONTHS AFTER DATE I WILL (of the good ehanceg for making Thomasville daily without 1.

; Perhaps at no point on the taio IU.-ltrt and other Klectric Appliance on trial for SIX to the County Jlge of Nassau R. AUSTIN monev that are offered generally become wealthy, change. -
thirty da j'" to young Ken and oder: versonsbo Florida those who do not improve such chance remain in Connection at Albany daily with Passen-
for and
Bounty final settlement -
r corlie itli Jferroug DcMUty Lost ViUlity
> / coast of Scotland tic the waves are afflicted \ We want and trains both
; Manufacturer of poverty. many roen.women boys girls ways on Southwesterntailroad 1.
etc., BUiirantcfin; apcnly relief un 1 complete rcBiorutum lii charge as Administrator of the estateof 1.O'cr
work for right in their localities.
I : in I of iaoi and manhood. Also for Rheumatism to us own Anyone : to :and from Macon Eufauli. i
in furiously \ ,
'f rolling more stormy Charles L. lloyt deceased. run do the work properly from the fir.t start.
Neuralgia Piiraliis Liver and Kidney. FRED W. HOYT r Fin & Sheet-Iron Ware The business will pay more than ten times ordinary Montgomery Mobile, New Orleans, etc.
Peterhead. Situated and other dl.ea-en.lujjled ,
weather : at I ii d.fflirulties pamphlet,. Hupiure sent free.many Address Voltaic Administrator. wage. Expensive outfit furnusheJ free. No Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge tot ApnlachicoU ;:

f. <#i ns it is on the most easterly promontory DI'it Co. Marshall Jlkh. a.lf Fcrnandina, Fh Sept. 1C. 1881. G-rns one cin who devote engages your fails whole to make time to money the work.r&piiily.or only You and. Columbus every Thursdayand

German your spare moments. Full information and all that Sunday.Close %4
it is to -
fully exposed
.:: & connection at Jacksonville '
us needed cent free. Address, STINSON CO. doily :
_. ocean. As far back as the days JACKSONVILLEJIRECTORYFurchgott MRS. EMMA PLETOHER, Portland, Me. I (Sundays excepted) for Green Cove Spring '

: of Earl M.irischal; it was necessary -. Benedict & Co. ,I A Family School on the St! John'sThe Palatka lags on the Enterprise.St John's Sanford River.: and all land ,
: 3rd St. Centre Alaehua Sts ,
Between anj
"to build; ane bulwark l : at the Dry GotHit1, Notionc, Clrl'ctlal: I Trains on B. and A. tit leave junction 'JiIi

mouth of the haven" there, and bintfc ling, Floor Oil Cloth, Window DEALER IX THE CHOICEST St. John's Family School, East going west, at 12:20: p. m.,and for. Brunswick ,!

,. shad]es, Gents Furnishing: Goo s.- sde of the St. John's River,35 miles South. at 3:43 p. m., daily except Sunday.

then many improvements have been Comer Pine and Bay Pts. Fruit, Vegetables, Confectionary, of Jacksonville, at one of the most attracfj Berths Through and tickets sold and Car sleeping Car I

.. effected with a view to the safety and I live spots upon the River, will open October -:| secured Drawing-room at'ijren's accommodations J'
&C., AC., &C. 12-tf UUth, under the care and instruction: of'Rcr. ': Ticket office, '

.; convenience of the craft which, dur- S. Ritzwoller, Dry Goods, - I J. 11. Myers and Mis. Myers.( Thorough I No. 22 Ball street, and at the Company's .: ,"
foot. of
iug the filing season in the North, Boots and Shoes, Clothing. 'S holtJ- instruction. A pleasant home. Ses- depot, Liberty street.

: tail out from: the harbors there, to I sal(' : Astor Block ; Ketail : 73 West sion of 32 weeks. REV.Address J. II. MYEES. JAS.General L. TAYLOR Pass. Agent.J. -..

reap the harvest of the sea. But If f Bay St. \W" p P1 STRBETYlA.Nrr4CrraEI1 Florence. St. John's Co.. Fla. K.S. TYSON G. FLEMING:Master,of Supt Transportation. ,

all attempts made in this direction the 0. L. Keene Fancy 1)uss ana AND DEALER IS a ween in your own town. S3 Outfit n'
free. No risk. Everything new. C..p-
latest is in every respect the most Millinery Goods Corner Bay and AND DEALER IS- IIJZ CV1fe S 9 Ital not required. We will furnish you

Sts. of all kinds.LIFTANDPORCE vcryiliinff. Many are making (fortunes. Lailie f. T I I R.Take
It consists, in Laura = = looking utensils F.TJ.F.&JJJ.
extraordinary. simply I : -r-
.. __ _ -0:7.--. __.z make as much as men, tml toys and girls mtke I
oil the troubled 'ir-- -': E_ : 2i: PUMPS treat pay. Keadcr if you want a oiMnes-a!8 at which
throwing upon H. Drew, Bo-
water" The Idea is IIOt altogether and Printing. 50V e t Bay St. I l'"U".r.; ,] And "Wrought-Iron Pipes. write aud, :for[,lIne.particulars to II. 1IALLET & CO.,Port-nol GOIMI SOUTH. O1N0 l\ORTlI.

: :
: n new one, but to far as we arc aware ---, Driving Wells Specialty No. 1.
( J a I No.2.
Greenleaf & Co. Jewelers -;" 1. .;.; I Florida Southern R'y
I ,
it has never received that attention : -4 Uroomc St. above Second STATIONS. -\Iaih TATIOS. sxaii.

which it would to deserve. and Florida Curiosities. '"'-'r'I'. ,,1:1 ','' -ft! e -_
\ teem 'I i !
: 11r The Orange Belt" Route. -
I .. .:... - .2c'tI. J Fm x.xDlxFLOflJD..\. 111:01 ... .I
and Fernanl.hnn. A.M eeduKl'Y, A.M 1nHart's
:Mr. Shields, a Perth gentleman: Mr. A. B. Hussey, .j---m.tji:: ::'' ;,- 15.A .- OFFICE GEHIBAI. SUPEBISTKXIEXT, \ Row,. 8:39 11:41 ROHewood... .-\.M 8:2'J
Retail Grocer and Commission Merchant -. 29. 1555.No. Callahan,... 9:41 Ot'er Crefk... A.I 8:55-:
submarine 1'ALiTKA.January
Annit and wreck |
: engineer .. .
\ Dutton, io.o Bronsoo..... A.U :

Bioughty Ferry and) '11'.'1 ca- Ship! Stores. f -, . '--. EES3gS5 J r-.v' '7T? ir; > 1. XO t falatka- --Div's'n) -- --XO. !-Xo-1.1.Lv. itaidwin..10:40 Dr'ch 11\:21 10:51: ) Archer RatIon,.........-\.M A.M 10:111 1003 __ ___ _

Ti/ -,..-..-." % '. Best 3ltui .i.eniriaJj. I ....
$ lie rl..t lOud M.nille, Ulf tryredondo A. M 10:31:
man: one of the late members of Parliament Cohen Bros. Popular Dry. Goods :.',--.- }.J .'. Act!f-uUtnilcn of Hor 3, DItch -r' I I.v. Aa. AD. IIihlanJ.....12:3 l1'JL UaluP5vUl ...A.J 10:5.5Lawtey :
: --- ... r..J I. P. x. ..... 11:5- .....
from Dundee however JSnnclcion't'1i: ! ""iU P. ) P. Waldo. 11:12 nuI
43 St. A !aa
are, House, 41 & Day dr.1Ie tI.-";." pr. |' I L.e-! uft'I:i i. i. llI-. H 8.30 2.4' PaI:1t1ra. 1 4.j 11.00 I remple's.. 12:111 Tnor t"n.....A J\ 12:17
: noetermlllell to thoroughly test COOK AND PARLOR STOVESIIEETERS H in..OH\tl'! '.;:<-au-iC'OOcTiirir.e',.t.., f 8.4' 3.01 }'ranel. 1.31 7.4I I Starke... .. 12:1612:3! : st.'ku.... A.lI 12:31)Thurston :
attI.t..t )1tl..In 1.<.' .11; 8.55 S.12 1lrlllo'ns 1.20 7.33 ... 12:4; Temple's\ 12)7
1:- its efficacy.: The experiments aI'etollc Ashmead Bros., Publishers\ .R\::.::u I\i:or,a--' ,:.:!:. I.IJ: 320 MacWiI iams 1.12 7.27 Wald ... ts! 1:1: r.'ley.. .. l'M 1:18

; Booksellers, Station ws, Printers, BANGERS, 'I .,. .S.. rO'hl 1..11t: wbrr ') 9.2 3 S6 1IIue' Pond 12.56 7.10 Gainesville., 2:05: IlilZhl\o.t.: ... 1:3.
carried out at the bar of the northern y, ;j.II... Y'.I e.L...11".1 f." to,"..r 0.J1: S.5.J Johnson 12.4' 6.5- Arredondo,. I I 22. laz'l'lUe,.... llI7 _ _ _
Binders and( Dealers in Fancy Aiti" q i II :Il', 1.1,,0,ieI.O,, 9.43 S.59.F McMeekin 12'3" 6.43 &tton ".. I 2: Balaw1n... 2:21 2:21 ____ ___
harbor of Peterhead. Here a 21 West Bay St. Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, tI po: : ;."..._..._.I_........'.._.--i. ...H- ..-._.I. i 9,56 4-11 Wait'.Crol8ing 12.22 6.36 I Archer... i 2:3": homily Dr'd 2:41Bronson. : _ _
des. \
: !. _::;=; : ::-" -" % 10.00 4.15 !WIXo.1 12.17 6.n: ...... 3:23 Dutton.... 801Ottt'r ; _ _
: wooden building has been erected on --J--------- ROOFING AND. GUTTERING. .i .1.t'M3: 0 "'I h '" t i i,.<'11 ,.' rr..uat,. : I' 1'.07 4.2"l Magnesia Sp'gs 12.10 6.2. Creek,.. S:511 ('ailahan.... 3:40
I ."." i-fc orA urzt: ''r ;r-: '- i-n. :0i 10.19 4.3J l'eIrY 1.50\.31 6.13 Rosewooi.... t .::) IIart'sltoad.. ";30 ':31)

F the quay wal!l, in which a tank with Varnishes!Harry Weiskopf Glues and ,Blushes.Paints, Oil 40, Just received large cqj> "iimnient* Stoves: 1.1:i !:: .'1.'...rl..";..>.:"Y"i'ri 1)t u""IIc.\ithut IIi- 1:1.1: : 'I :10.40 10.3' 4.4i 6.00 'rarver Gainesville 11.n 11.30 5.5&5.4 CedarKey..f j. 5:05P.3I.J. Fernandin.. 5.1)1);

f=hd Lv. Lv.
oil and a force will be t ;:: As. 1a.
pump ., .
Bay St.Pianos. THE COOK'S JEWEL : ,..1" l'"I.ty.-I:" r. : erI 'Y'"!'''''' PEilSULAR R. R.
., ,... :"tCI II: i..I..t.I fj
From this o..II..d. :'"
placed. tank tIll oil will I .... '
Waldo. r.Jr 1:2. O 8:13Dixie.
'" t4' ' i lf
Is namrd-it ia a jeweLWe 1.'. "I. wr 111.''M.'n.' \ 1'.1. *J
appropriately LI
..., .. ....!. >- -1 .<-". .1 cr.-c. ..... I 1:ll1 II\\A.M\ 8:40: -
I :
r- ; bo convened by iron pipes to deep & Organs, A. B. Campbell will not be Undersold. ti II irr..II..I.,i>.i.. ...n... .r'it...>.. ....fO". ""c>l '.'""I'C503" ''-.:!. No. 17. Oral Di\'ision. Xo. 1. Ilawihorne... 2:14 \ 11:11)(

-- J water-a dibtance of about two hundred 15 E. Bay St. lowest Ii U. ::It lrt>",.|.I f">rn.,,' tl.rr will.. .i;nt jj Lochloo..1...\ 2.19: Orange Lake.9:50 _ _ _
prices) \Second Stree between Centre and Aeli. c'.c.rhd .. ; "r\\".r r... ,..' Lv All Or..nlt" Lake. ::1:10 (.ocblooM10: (
and 11 rcrnandma. Fla. L ., !: --i"Mla"t".. .. H ri P.M. 4. 31'. Anthony I'l'c 3-1; Hawthornl" iO4a
-"ards-anJ thence in a gutta easy term Send (for catalogue 40 9.JO. :!! 11 . : .tnt, .. v =-) '
,. ; %".". dn'-'I 433 Perry 1i.94.5t Silver 8I'r'n 4:2t: Dixie ..... 11:03Ucalu :
prices. Sheet music slilngtie.. 1 J tii.-:. II. 1I.t'Mllo IO J O Ui\r Styx 11.-10 ..... ":0 t.51Vatdo .... :
l..t rtl
percha pipe across the harbor en 5 d'., ,..'....'J t. I.I..t! t.:.0 !I':" "J.Ov.a .. 4.53 1\IlcaooJ'Y 11 as _ _
r. '
. :'ti.S Jo-n.J
): : U I. " ;
trance. The pipe will be kept stationary L :'I'IIIU;'_" :. i : > |It.Vi* C'rIt.1\ LIi 11 1" nAILRO.\D.
1 . Lochbi"
,.;. .> v '. : K: --Z 5.10 Train No.7 going SoU1U will leave Fernn.dlD"at.
by heavy blocks of metal and St..James Livery Stables, near 'b. I.' .t'". ,, : .' '. I" ;:", .:. ''' t 1< l. 5.11 Orange Lake 1'12 ..................... ......12.00 4.:11
1 : ii
andVinisor! Hotels ..111'.. '.', .' . ; ...' <.1"" 1t"Ii 5.n P..t1dik! 11.01) Leave lIart's Road as...............12.32 A.1
: it will be perforated and fitted at intervals tin St. James _ txttiY STAL ,.,.'..-<. ,.::1.., I. .1" .'. :n:1J .>, 5.40) MartIn 10.10G.05 Arrive at Jacksonville............ J.3.\ r.M _ _
and Park .r. McGinnis prop'r. i r..r..1'. :".,.I.a. ...n:.,. Ia.. ; c-' Ocala 10.10 Train No.II going SOtTK will lea'crnandlR..'
: with rose," to permit ol the -= ,'ilrf /. -1--==w.iarn.'_" : .La"-f--'. COSSCCTIOXS. t................ ...... ... .....5.30 P.)(
3=1 r ] Leave II.irt', nOR at..s io I'.M
;:: oil being properly io .ributed. From ,: I:, it ,RIfiJt1'j-.q A t Palalka with fast River Steamers for all pointsin Arrive ut Jucksonville..:...... ...7.30 4 ____ __ __
Housekeepers! iIomieLeei'ers.!! .t'l-.- ; I II South Florida Ht. Augustine, Green Cove Spring.
the pipe the oil will be forced by the g1f : ''th J.ickaonvil and uli points East, West and North. GOING NORTH.
Can: get more Furniture, Bedding, = 1 ,'II U , Wllh palace steamer 4-St. Johns" for Charleston Train No. 10 will leave Jacksonville at...3 15P.St
a f pump and wilt rise to the surface of Wooden and Tin-ware and ; 7." {-z r 11'\:0\ \ :J 1 THE FLORIDA anti Xew York. Leave ILirt's Road nt................4.19 P.M
r- / Crockery . ", 4 -: '.!j ','.1 At Wn t.s Crossing wIth Fenini her Railroad for Arrive ....4.SOP Jt _ _
: the water and form film and while I Stoves for their than else I E. -' ,_.: .. Waldo. Train Xo. 8 doing XORTH will leave Jacksonville
; money At Porry Junction with Ocnla Divuion for Mica- at....................................9.45 A.M -
. it ift not expected that by this means where in the. South, at : Corner Fourth and Alachu.i Street WtD A AND D IMMIGRnlOH nopy. Orange Luke, Ocala and intermediate points. Leave Harts Koad at.................l..48 4."
i C. O. LIVINGSTON'S I At Gamagville with Transit Railroad for Cedar. Arrive at Fernandina... ............11.2i> A.SI
the volume of the waves may be very Jacksonville P. I. COUUTEB, Proprietor. C OiL1.NY !. Keys, Key Went and New Orleans.At SCXDAY TKAI5S.Tr .
Fin. for
Ocala with South Florid.i Stale Company
in No. l.l.proinK South leave t'ernandina .
much lessened], it i is bdieved that the! --- --- -_.- iQtcri.r points in South Morid.i, Tampa, and Charlotte Leave Hart's Koad nt......... .. '" .....3:3:1: : p.m p m
: OFFERS FOR SALE Harbor and Hack for Silver Springs. Arrive at Jacksonville...... .......bJ5 p inGOING
wind from breaking
will be prevented BTTTounst and s ;'3 tickets at greatly reduced -

their crests, which: it seems are 600,000 ACRES LANDS Jf. K. GBCILLE rates on ,sale. II. S. MiNe Train Xo. 16 leave Jacksonii'Ie NORTH.' at.....0:4.: n.m

FrUo Lawrence & Martn7sVP buital tor the eulluie one of .the great dangers to which Tobacco Arrive at Jrernandina... .....ll:20a.m
Ycffetahlc, Sugar Cane _ _
J4 1). K.
am all cralt Ire exposed. Should the t\r\ : ": . :4. J6.. .I, Rice, and Field Crops.! Boing adjacent to Savannah Fla. & Western R. R COn.n.eC"'t10n.S.Superintendent.
I experiments be rendered with de- ...Jf' and along the line of the Transit Railroad '
any : . . extcndin from Fcrnandina: on the Atlantic SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE ? AT J.'ER:.: ..-STEAMSHIPS SAX L

F greo of eucacss? tho fame thing could U .,_ .. Jf'J! "' &, 1-1'n '... to Cedar. Key on the Gulf they are the SAVANNAH, Aug 28, lS1. f AXTOMO WESTERN TEXAS, CAUOXDFXET

be done in kjaricty of circumstances. ..1.. .rr; \", A'" most accessible in the State. I AFTER SUNDAY OIC. 4. AND STATE OF TEXAS.
: -
d'. ,FJ,2.. The connections of the Transit: Il.;\ilroa 11 OXND:
-__ .-Pydtfn. Ato.A affords the producer constant, quick RUt will run as follows: 5:30p. in. .
\ \ For New York-Thuibday-IOS5 ,a m., 4:15 p.m
;'t \ \.t4 9h'W cheap transportation to all the markets ill Leave Savannah: : daily at 11:10 a m lHOpm.: .
%% : 'W tt.S the country. Leave Jcssup 1:25 p m STEAMERS FLORIDA AND CITY OF BRIDGE-
Head of Steam.
: These hinds are offered to new settler Leave Waycross 2:47: p m TOX.
t .. ----r. '.a'T.o' of Callahan daily 4:4.1 m Sea Island Route.
the \ Arrive at 1 p
Topnoody made up his mind that ;cr c''' )'JaJ. C-'C'J: IO i': ';'::3X: i. u-u;. rrm, ATHL\lA, PfLUcjciL. at Arrive at Jacksonville daily 5:30:: p m From Savannah. .......Dai'y except JFonJiy

bossed Cr1ZF1Tti ", Discas&3 of YHSOA-, CT "m L.U :C:. 81.25 PER ACRE Leave Jacksonville daily t'J.OO); a III For a\'aDnah..Daily except Sunday _
he was not going to bo lnflrtTt;
any f 4 ira-i, 70' 'I ft n.lo nw:!' ; lw.'iu' cf l' rAcf STE.UnmnTU-.
.j 1 : \ : I 4 \\I'UOI< .'!dl'lit,. tile :,!.Ltt F.\tt I.T I Leave Call.ihnn daily S:50: a 111 From St. Eivea
tL1 nod
by his wife. When I he went 1 ; 'r.t Mary'n Lindiug/.Wednesday
.longer r. II. :W"h: U'l"" lj"'ntH..f' !( {:I'fllD Arrive at Waycross. daily 11:5-3 an Friday.
home at noon lie called out impetuously fj J t ..Ilil-d: : il t'i:i i! ti (," Ji 1iO:;(iITI .,.TI\: :,mm Hln\T.. : Descriptive Maps or Circulars given Arrive at Jesup 1:20 j p 111 For St. Marys River Landings, Sunday and -
.It I L'Fx
io. t.e
4 4. 'J'iIL nI i S'WI'1.! ::111 : :i IIi :; 1 n
.1\: \\1 ; 14 I .l i it:'i h:! : ".lUCI'" l Wednesday.
free _ _ _ _ _
"Mrs. Mrs. t\ I.l'II }1t It I'IH!\" r 1. .- : ., ';'h"'ntI'v: : 1"'Jpr.m,1 I 's 1'1 tie T')!.V. JOfi11,1: on application Arrive at Savannah daily 3:40 p 111 S
Topnoody Top- :\1' 1-: :;<;LlII:1: : } tt'utc! j'rc.) '.- 1a ald i. lt.h; : :timll.nt: t1.1 tiic tJ Luilti! 1:1: ti! : Charles \Y. cwis, Drawing; room coaches iCtWiCfl S.ivan AT CALLAHAX.To -
noody I" 1h1'. came out of tho .. '.':.1\fit'l.t 'e ('oul Is: It{, j'\C"" ( I'I: ::.,. ';(': ; ri:: tlJ. Land Commissioner tail and Jacksonville on this train. and2:20p.m.and from Savannah,and Chtrleaton..10:45 a m
.p. ; & 'i i )(". I' I-'' i 7( :r1erqivt':? to Jr..1 1 cT! I':1'f: ;tt1 ilv: ( Macon at 7:00a.: m.
kitchen with a drop of sweat on the "Jf.v.. .r1' : .PM\I a III 1":1.1 i I..r .hLU.: : 1CI: ;j 4 !;.J' wkL: h tt; ':XIA'v.Wca 1 C2'79-tf Fenui nclina, 1C !. Passonuers leaving with this train for AT BALDWIN.
", : ;' ,. ;. I1.e. L-ot1c, dailv'conncct Jcssup To & from TallablL'see.1.I and 1
I$ '-I'"I : r'h--th J !f'J::;"? ; : 1 \t 11 I"Y 1aI: noon p.m
end of her nose, dish-rag tied round '',.ii s HI j 1 eaU LS 1J rgr&1h. a-oei zvf Jer1 '('l'J'iU'l'C, 17E3: FL T S Florida, also connect with this train for AT IIAWTIIORXe.

head and in her : 11'1'.n' f'2t" 1 'r: C. UCr.3'D. C Savannah, Charleston and the North. I To and trim Palatkt ..10OS o.m and. 3:0i: p.mAT

her a rolling-pin .. r.1 River St. Chicago Ii!.. ALL WILL NOW COME AND HAVE Passtiicers from Savannah. for Macon I SILVER SPKIXO.
b 75LU SSGIi A3D? tt.,4 ,
t ,
"\Vehl mir she ; , Ll i at Macon 7:50 SILVER SPRING ND LEhSBCRO COMI'.tNI'8STEAMERS.
., hand.: said, "what'ilyou l-ly YOUR SOLES SAVED BY take this train, arriving : p.'j .
Railroad: for .
in.,'concectingjvilh Central
have ? Todnoody staggered, Atlanta. and the West From Lreiibnrg and Ochlnwaria L.indingi..Tue-
but braced up. Mrs. Topnoody, I .. iOLDS Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick For day.x..urltlWol'fhur dry.O-klawah Saturday* a.Landings m. ....Tuosay. - -

understand Madam"and } ke this train arriving at Brunswick Thursday, Saturdiy, p.m.
want you to Remember the soles you have been treading 3:50 p.m.I'asscngers II AT OCALA. .

he tapped hiijbreast diamalieallv : t crruat ta nm!u on, can be saved-Cheap for Cub. leave Brunswick at W.30 a.m., Stage Line to and fiom Tampa Daily e'cpt SundayAT
tUroni m rct s rzi )
A coM or sore : _ _
II awl' If iwtiy tucKled to caa essay be cured; but neglect Second street, between Centre and '] arriving at Savannah at 3:10 p m. I, CEDAR KEY.
l -"I *nm tho engineer J of this estabhishmeI D}! bf 11 t 1OW U often pri tjusvrCil by consumption l r ilipnilierin. >0rartllclac Fernandina, Florida. 12- Passengers from Florida by this train i MORGAX's LINE OJ STEAMERSFor I _ _ _

? "Oh yon are are ? 1 111 r t iI H' U Uln has cvrr 1JCc1..1 tilscoviir-xl wlsJeli us sj a11***>'X connect at Jcssno with train arriving in New Orl in.......... ... .....Friiliy
you \1.1 IJ.ul'GurIJy la eacli .''. cs I'lSKiti D.VVIV PAL I I From New Oi'.uar.s.............Saiurday _ _ _
pnoody I want to flUS A lUL: n. 'j he Prompt CS cf this illrl a6e; f'cme.1108 Macon at 7:50 p' m.daily. 1 i From lUvannaand Key Went.........Fn.lay
r you s,,'-11 t i-ta-: C:! lives.! t'EnnYV1S' L1.t : lilLLEK 13 not ca it cxperlm: nUA'row PATETSv.oeear.ut This train stops only at Jesup Way I For Key Weal and Havana... ..... Saturday _ _ _

: that l'>-and she looked It It ctroct 1--:1'3 iroa Dc vclaaUrtestlionlaU; ):' for tc:1j" }'Ill't'read. nd ca U.I.ct 1 I Or.'rT.r. !'.a1tc1: 'i'" cross, Folkston. Callahan. and Jackson }'LOIID.II.Y.. MAIL 8TEASI-

"! lhe boiler that d lei.tccI'i4 t'l ;WI oictor.; {u. ':!'.!<.C'aVI'Rtt. ville. PHIP's CO.S STEAMERS.For .
I the
dangerous anj IOC3I-C ::1 rr. :b ,T: l! ',l 1J-i'rf;r .. Voui1ictbCWit.i1OUtLL't" rsilc Jiarks.: CttpyrghI. i te Ii.r INI'nltcd: Mat.. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. I
Key West..........Monday and Tb
.1 coo rtY"rJ..1 IlayI
'will blow up alii.f.. sling the engineer N\'OO'"" th't, ft t tCr:1) ill: ia, cJccanE C'-.r.: t':1 cuc.lo I lrtrout.xi, uucnj,_,..->..1I.I hct.carizTLLutF 'a. have i a-aila.: halt: uba.thin F.i.g)-Hvc ami J trutii earL'>.cuicripijco11iteiiUiilHai'cU feurtnsny. etc.o. Leave Savannah, daily 1I:0fJ: p 111 For Tampa........ ...Month find Friday
I '.
Xj. Ca.tlI iu< M'. A iTh.ijvrrl Its* 2:4.11\111 D.K. M.L"WELL Sup;.
.tndrccuilT it t! Leave
hr Jesup daily.- :
into next county. Do hear i'cc.olV.1)lt I'll.r through us ar j coltcpd in thefCI- I
tt\O you r..t=
t ll.r -O.hoOrDI1l1J ,
lClicUJt.. C.: EVTIIIC .UiF.IJt'"hl: large and plenilia nius- 4:45
fn'I'\;; 1t'tl.':.! 'iil.l-r.' ." ". .lo3tOU.j u.Jo : Leave Waycrnss, daily : a rn
the steam escaping, Topnoody ?" t.'O\t.-Du..- >.; .:.;i.-s. I "i C.r.'aM1'L.rC1trcr.c1itl..ndmY! ; r.uwl ivwk I IYJ1l1P .$3.20ay.carshoWlitlJe ITogress Arrive at Callahan dally 7.00) a in
cWi c.i ;flirnsl I ecu d ccirccly fTiTllowr of$rui-icc, is \ery luterestll l.aul hat an erKiniHni I CENTRAL D JACK
f""M f'-TO-.t
11:75 tt'rcl-l j"Ot1hh rf v.-i us
Topnold'y-heard, it-fnll he meekly inquired ,-;, tj: : .o 1 t..i !.1:1' ".,7 u'I; ht.r.\ I ->v joA I vti. i-fl tn t7)'ocrPLP I jLtr it, clrcuiarl'iti.! Aiilrt"! MTXH: & f<)_ P.i: -iit S..IIcI'1! Arrive at Jacksonville daily 8:00: a in FLORIDA FENSACOLA U MOBILE
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j.tP1Ctl3r.EJ.1lr.V .1:c.t:3Golo re A tl'ior tins; a lew cutta vca ccimlUUyCI .,,-,, rub's cf w.-n.MiKir, Axtniiuv : rstS Arrive at Live Oak daily (except I _ _
.. !is theme wa\ any assistance he l: :, "-T.\ILIt1'PC!. \:!wYori:. Halld bou"nly'llt rHeJltlfI'l'eo 11:30 : RAILROADS. '- -
Sunday a m
. r.r.\.ALTOfrit.'cn Oofhortcn: Totir PAW ) J
I l' -- l''-J a l'rnjioi "c 'C March 6th. 138 J.
/render i in the !house work. 'I>fc: fYT"l v 'u tuc.- ':1 j' aTrtro HiLTia >A.' hticilr.r1:ho t'1rot.roda1 Leave Live Oak Daily (except ,
couhi) : v.o a ,"' ,*"' .j nu.txn. .i h iaMy rrovr! *t tcr,r1.. hr* pet krc& 1U'12 :1 I /"lOMMEXCttiU T"is DATE.TRALS3 ON THESE
J U"i "i iM: f tr. t/ti T f"*1 ir a fla'-lp (. This fcct joul.iaksrvor.'atotie'BTrli LhC1JF Sunday) 2:30 p m ,
..1'i.1l0) 111:-* ll*J1 vjl novr isv.lCit .1.11 \J Roads will run follows
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jt .-..'. O. .. x:3i.tar 'n-\Go. tv"! ',<" r Leave Jacksonville daily .C.OO: p m
: Fees aud Doctors. .!'}::..!: U?!A-OK Trritc?: Ty' P \.n.or t"t { WESTWARD.
_IIvs S'vJ 1...r: En.-r: la r-v fimfly ty ff r+7sirxsvlkv. I TliVcUv eci! Vo''dirvthcrs,birh fcvcrSna ccldchilX Leave Callahan daily 710pm .
of doctors is item that \ . nr.5l 1 s 1l. .: ''; '8a rji3?thilcica favo died here I UTSItTixa. 9 ;., Ptu*. AccomHalt.. ,
The'fees an Lr.1'1 i'i-ae: torGa.. rrn5tl h el a r.hy.i..a:1. Id trted your PAIT r, cJ Lave at Waycross : p m Wo. 3. So. S. \. 1. ,
pesonsarc.. I bc-r,11'1.j'\-i:=. "!a::tta-t'tt-- Un T-aa tikcn ra fiurday, lID: on # -. 'f....' .'- Arrive at Jesup daily 11:40 a m LEAVE. 1
very many r 'JI"I'w r& .'{- : ''-oti -\'t'I Vedncwlsy Ida t roct vaa clear. It wiu e wonI ff1. -t
'.. : jUbLj nt present. We believe the >".n 1;rS.r-" ,t.w la i1ec.-I).',.'.j c.'rftt errs riKl J rriJi Jt ouU be tnrirn to tea G [ J t H Arrive at Savannah daily 2:30 a m Jack en7ille 10.00. n,. S30.. m. 7.40 p. m.
i>.r"l', C1'OO'Jr..x \"hoc. loflnj 60IID'cbihlrel. hf Palace Sleeping Cars on this train daily ARRIVE.
sehIn1e< lor visits is ;3 00 which I ..1'-r 11'Is: ''::!;;'r.'A'IJ .r, hs n, rrot It cureawbem everrtb1ngft..e Zafla.a'nr ti fj'\ between Savannah and Jncksonviile.Wash- I Baldwin 10.43a.m. 6,3 a. m. a40p. m.

. xvoi Id tax a man confined to his bed i J)" '3. I r" t'C ,,:.. A ...rlt I r '.); r..IU.rn 111 t11e l OIlS 1:1 a s.\eguinl:JlG ington and Jacksonville, Cincinnati and I SaDdcrnoo 8.25 WOO p.m.
". I Lt.It ti; U.1l3't.1l'OC,1: !: rcl ta.t ,60c..tuld Ooorer.ot".1e.p I Lake <'{' 11.00a.m. 11.3Ua. m.
for i year, and in *cd of daily visitsoyq B. I.IxoLIiAY Jacksonville and Louisville and Jacksonville. > 'MK 1.15a.m. Ii6ra.m.
m;Y DAV S & son, Proprietors Providence, ILl"
: _. tooOn, earl for medical at- . :'1l .2.30. m. 2.30a.m.

: ., C. ten r lilt$ ,alone! 5 And, one single' bot- gi i 21 P 'itlh :I :1 I No change clears between Savannah anti i Drift jn 5.U 3.30 a.a.m.m. 5-10 3.30.... m.m. .
Macon ad Jacksonville.
Jacksonville and
: :;'. tIc of Hop lliut'l' t: ken in time would tJ. RElT'i Macon 750 m connect Monticello Tallahasiee ' 6.00 JO a. m. 5.50 a.. m.
p.0. I Passengers leaving ; p 7 a. m. 7.30 D1.
_ save the $1,000 and ali the year's PRESENTS! ;r.i., ..t.....,..... ., at Jesup with train foi FJoridif'daily. Quincy 9.30 a, m.; '
I Chatuboochee
': sickness.-Post.B.illoonists Pa3sengers from Florida by this train con- Chattachoochee River- 10.35 10.J3 a. II ,:
.. \' RI 'E: TO nect at Jesup with train arriving at Macon EASTWARD. a. .

. 7:00 d ily. Mll. A ecom. Paid.No. t, -
\ :( ; havi/a unique method; 'BltitR54r Passengers: a m for. Darien take this train. No. 2. No. 6. .4.

:_.;_: of taking "son Jings" to learn their. 1SHJ.JfEAD BRO Y. Passergers from Savannah for Brunswick Jacksonville './' ..ARRIVE. .) p. 81. 330p.m.Midijii .

,' taking this train arrive at Brunswick Baldwin 6.30am. 4.55 p. m. ..i' j_, -
i frouc the earth when travel-
tttl > a:30a. in.Passengers. 4.35 a. m. 3.30 p. m. .

\ .' i 1.-' iir nt night. A loud thcutfr WestBay Street, Jacksonville, Florida. qUe.'r I \$ from Savannah for Gainesville I' Live Lake Oak City 1X50 1JO a.a.m.m. 1 1.20 1.20a.m.p. m. -
\ Cedar and Florida Transit Road
A K>' und the seconds arc counted WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS nno't\3 3KOX EITTEnS arc take,this train.Passngers Keys. llavilla Madison 1150pm.10.50 p. m. I0.10s.m.9.05 a. m. .- _ _ _

ili "''io from .Uic ground h'ard. a certain cure for at diseases from Savannan for Madison billIon 9.05 p.n. 7.30a.m. I
-_- and Goods. I Montlcello 930 7.00a.m. .
Stationery Toys Fancy p. m. '
__ \_ l rorn'C\ \rcqulI'ell for requiring a com lct: tonic; especially Momicelio, Tallahassee and Quincy take Tallahassee 7.00 p. m.Le.B.W a. m. .c' ..:
- Indigestion.Dyspepsia,Intermittent this train. 6.30 :-
\\\i\ attention to of the most extensive and varied Quincy p. ra. '
assortments of .
: return ofV- o It 18 to INVITE your one i Fevers "Want of Appetite, Passengers from Quincy. Tallahassee I Chatui'cnee 4 25 p. m. "
MAS GOODS yer seen in e South, consistin- tine Illustrated.B.lOks C'ta Ri.. If. .12 m.
"p : p.
compute' t1beAt' ot ('e,b a II oon.t' t Staple andFanta1lonery. Toys, Dolls and Fancy Articles of all kinds. CI1KISJIAS Lot;; or Strength J icI; of-LJaergy, 3Ionticelo! and Madison, take this train 8LEKPEKSON. ALL'fIOOT TJtAI1f9. ...
etc. Enriches tho : strcngtbcrs meeting cars ot Tebea vi1\ at 9:38 p m. CONXECTIO
and Uittrl fo 2 ockct-Books
CAHD3. GoMen! and
At Jacksonville Way CTOM Short Line with all -
- the muscles, 'and gives new ALBANY EXPRESS. by .
.rJloAhu Jns. ncils, Writing Dceks, Work-Boxts, etc. points NoKh and Wen ; with the FemiodinaanrlJ ,
EFSpccial attention' to crdeis from ihe merchants 1ito tho nerves. Acts lilic a Leave Savannah daily 4.3.1 p m *.l onvi.lV Railroad for Frnuiiuiioa, and with .
given country. Country can
4 'Xmere) ,is a constantly.;JorBiowtCs dem.slld.t Leave 7.-jO: for.VPclt''SCI1 the St. Johns Kiver So.vnnoah .-
v. > i buy from us cheap as it the North. charm on the digestive 'organs, Jessup daily p m steamer -'

__ .', IronWieri r A t 1'l'ntlng. Binding Tind Ruling, Blank Books for Counting Houses, .Raih-oadTaiid. .removing all iljrspcptlo sj-roptom5. Leave,Tebeaaville daily 10:10 p m At Baldwin or Cbarl with'33r tlx Tlortda" -'i Transit Kailro.d for _ _ _

-N ,, 'lhnggt On 'fMlillglOM Qt rek Steamboats, wade to"order, ." Each as tasting the ftxxJ EelcMng, Leave Dupont daily 1:1.1 p In !I ttU South Flciidi. Ocktawah River,or Gulf point
the MIcait In -th fitimach. Heart bora, Arrive at Thomasville G:4. a m without chaotic of ear ; aio to* Ctduz Key and 0
Kale :
.. potts of 28 '
'iI"t; boUl - ; 66 hotlle the secoilmontli II Not'Presses .Etc \ trhQ cnly Loa Preparation Live Oak by Sot.i and $ with tie Savannah i
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-., 1 -.---- ., thit iii not lLickca the teeth orgt Arrive at Albany daily 1:00 a m Fiends and Wnteia B.Lw.y tot Albany or 8*vm '.
bottles the
'rmonth tWrd mo\- Leave 4.40 mh. fAt .
4 : and Ifcadiehc. Sold by. all Dm- Albany p m \
: &, omp allJt of lailure* I Boston i '- Louisville, New Or- Lease Bainbridge daily at.. 4.30 p m TaHahfisiee with 8?.Marks BrV ch Ba11r oil ._
give r-.t? I at $IXX) a lx>ttlc. Tc *lay.,Ttnraj anJ SatBrday* .
J&tiSfaetj Leave ThomasviUe d.ii i y at 8:30 I p m
"fIIItt'n. lrc \ D8bl"in tJ :1Colr. At Cfcaitahooehxi biverwita Stem r -Cbatta-
very J..L.i.JrCIID co.ltl. Arrive at Dupont dailjr 1:13 a m hooch ot Thursdays
OB and
health Snoda i EveTin'hairf -
c"t; and
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X II iici t Arrive at Warcross dally 4 00 a m for Apalacnicola and ramming on 'l.esda) and
;- In aU the \iol'ld. .' 1 . b Can.. for l
ii -t2J : tWit T"7" Arrive 8afrarday COlImblll! Ga. I'
I .-i-. ." _.1. 1... m,.UttooL ..-..". at Jcssnp C:15 a m W.)! DivrcHtos. lou& L4mJ -

: 'T4' \: .' f.. .- "1. I t-:.:: C! i :.-': :- -- .. i l.Arrive Savannah." daily at- 9:05 a m. 3lanag.r._ S"1'f'f nt8n r'0 '

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