Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1891
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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; HEADQUARTERS FOR Why send off for tallow when you The subject of rice culture is re- Till Proposed Tax for Immigration MARINE INTELLIGENCE. Amelia City Items.

can get the pure article for 5 cents cfiving considerable attention from I Purposes Conlld red. PORT Or FERNAJJD1NA. Tho dry rather of the past has

-'' per pound at J. Klarers ? he State press. It U generally admitted The importance to every interest Mull WATIB-(citjTim, "Mean been quite discouraging to farmer,
'BUTTER AND CHEESE. tit Iho' State of an increase of popula- tuf\I..t .. a M 10 :M III
that rice can be profitably p but the l lato rains have
A Tennessee' man has been fined ?! ndy......" .....,...,11 l a .11 11.71' su refreshed! andset
$5GOO for kissing a woman three grown; on any land that will produce i .tonj, and consequent increase of MOf1d",................. am IS.30 p 'in all! things right Fruit trees of '
losses, .................. .
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aa : seems almost too obvious to a m p m
cotton or and deal l of, ; nil kinds
WHOLESALE AND R1 TAIL times, and ho is gallant enough to corn on a great } were never more prom is-
LOW WATM.ntuftby
say: that he got off cheap. land that will not produce either of: ieo4 to be discussed. It id difficult ...r.. 4,>t am lift pin ins; the crnitge trees arc loaded with ,

broken the ball the latter. At the prices paid: for : t:b conceive upon what grounds any Sunday ................,...6:11): II in A.)n par bloom, and a big; crop is expected.
Ground was
FRED W. & CO. on trmdy.r......_ AMam 0 U m
ground Thursday, but it was not the rice its cultivation will provfc remu in Diligent citizen or legislator can Tut..iay.,.*.?.,?, Lib II m 7.1IJ p p mAimcn Mto Va Wilson: left{ Friday for

commencement of the shops : a colored nerative.A _I withhold' his support to well-directed her home!' at Cedar Falls) : ; The red
We; have line of CONFECTIONERY efprUto make known our ndvanl- M.rcl,15-Brig( Mlefi M )\Mitchell Small 1. of the
a splendid man was gathering sod there. special meeting of the directorsof 8t. Mere, (family will remain until May.

a'. and CI CKERS. Mr. Fred Lohman shortly expectsa the Loan and Building Association : ales' and to induce n' constant flow xmlUinfngtai Mtivh i lS--8tliooner! 17 H .XcwM nShp!! |>> : Mr Picttol! of Ct'4.1Ar.Fn1ls' whom .

will bo held at the chamber of commerce -! ol'.industrious settlers. The native l" been visiting Major and I Dr.
for When
new mast the Josephine. "AI1RU
See our goods and get prices.FRED'W. it arrives he will at once place it in rooms at 8 o'clock Monday 1 el uncut in :\ comparatively March H-Schoctwr II. A. IVWitt. Bryant for the past neck, left/ on

,,' HOYT & CO. evening. At the same time the auditing an ill one. What we have and what hompson.{ Porto, I'. 11.Mani Tuesday for hU homo. Mr.( Pierrot
his boat and 'will have
we probably MeftiushlnOtty of M. AuguIne *- .
committee wilt examine the: vrj j are is the reeultof thq addition to French, New 'lurk 109 spent his winters in tho past in
.. ....... another yacht race. onr-pppulation' immigration from March Steamship: fan MarotM
books of the association and preparea i row., Mew York. DO"I Colorado, but Is flo much pleased, : !!
:SENSATION. Cabbage plants, cabbage, lettuce, statement of the last year's busi other Stales less favorably: situated.We ii Pus. with Amelia that he says ho shall

onions, potatoes, celery radishes, The officers \ advertise our State beet through Steamship YorVMiiro (Hr.). Arnell. to bring his family and give us a trial
-! ness. are requested ice,,
; CUT-PLUG; beets '''etc. at Baer's and phspha'erSteamship
...., grocery be present with their books and hose, who have been induced to Htmte (lr), liryunt, loading next season.
market garden, corner Centro and tomolicrfand try our soil and ellliiate. phnepheter I
Ej' ,,: :.. ,: papers.: (trig mIen| it. Mitchell, Small, to load at Captain[ Mo'tck( : has purchos tho
: ; TOBACCO. Tenth streets, Fernandina, Florida ', Tho main objection which Kinq'e Kmy.isohooncr house owned by Mr. Scott and

:}}; -...' -..,', --.:. The number of tourists stopping 11 Under G. S. date Palmer of New commission York, March will be made to tho levy of a tax: for ,Jluckl! A Son.Schooner .E. 8 Newman, Sheppard, to formerly occupied by Mrs. Jones! '

A?'".**; V over and passing through Fernan merchant Ibo furtherance of immigration acid Win. Smith, Ilabl"M e to .:r- Ife will build an addition to it and \
The trade supplied at lowest prices says: : Strawberries, fancy, are rhli.r.t KiiMoll.
dina is_daily increasing. The Pullman f)r talking an exhibit nt Chicago mala
selling at 20 to 25a medium 10 to Schooner! Emma C. (Outton Ayr**, to-sJ it his home In (the (future.
by;" parlor car has increased the will\\\ bo the burden of increased (taxation liicll & Urn.fchooner .
: Mrs. Mooney hRS rented! the 1:11I1-
FRED W.., HOYT & CO. 15c. The market: on Florida vegetables Myra D. Weaver Wnuer, lo
popularity of the Cumberlann Route. This !Is a good objection only Oooneyi ftkntcln.Hchnoner : bait cottage for the season.!
continues steady. String beans Mute E. Penntion, Pimill, to !
The enemies of THE MIRROR (and $2.$ Oa tOO $1.50a2.50 if in the first place the object is unnecessary Mliell A flro.Achooner Mr. Levi Jones will remain In

:DIXIE PLOWSonxr they arc few) never fail to give the cabbage,. choice{ green hard peas green stock;, and in,the second place if SchooneFlorenc.Lola.d Kiclunl\ V O., lUrtloy, Ailann. Oreon! Florida this Season anti tako charge "

,#,.j::':;:" '. paper a, stab whenever opportunity .SI.50a2.50;tomatoes largo ripe stock, the people Are unable to meet It Schooner lUttla Turner. UU*. or his fruit, which i 1:4: very promising.
( : presents. Our friends should remember 50.i4.00 Wo ,nssumc that nine-tenths of our Mr. A. J. Hinds has just returned
selling quick at $ ;, asparagus Cruelty to Animals.
_:; : $2 5'0 this, and ever have a good prime $50a7.50, inferior $2a3 ; people will admit that immigration THE MIRROR has often referred to from a trip through South Florida; .

word to offset the bad. lettuce, Savannah, Florida and 14 desirable, and in certain sense the cruelty of animals coming under and reports tho )prospects for fruit ,

,Have tried those delicious necessary. There mutt always be excellent Judgb Cttmut' of Gainesville -
7,' -AT--- you Charleston, 12.50a-t.50. per barrel ; the observation of of its rend
,, : hQt breakfast rolls that, King's beets 75c. to 81; egg plant Sal2 per certain l public expenditures which ers. Remonstrances: many by kind-hearted estimates: his pear crop! at from
have io bo met by taxation.: By a'j.OOQ to 3,000 1 bushel, He .
FRED W. HOYT & GO'S. bakery is furnishing to the people barrel.: ladies AS well as men have provedunavailing reports

: every morning ? The rolls are have been made somo curidus course of reasoning vegetables looking fine,and cabbages.
Inquiries but not except temporarily, and
simply delicious, and the bread cannot many of our legislators: in 1830! in Abundance.Dr. .
Delivered daily to any answered except by the initiated, as that only in n few instances. This
be beat. seemed to think that quarter of a Harrison I U fencing in n large '
.ICEREFLECTIONS part of the city. Orders to the meaning: of the yellow pcn- cruelty has become more marked,
mill State tax for tract of land and it is that
immigration a reported
left at the store promptly. Mr. Geo II. Baet has"our thanks mint displayed from the weather signal eliciting unfavorable comments from
attended onerous burden,but that twenty tho Doctor and Mr. Courter are-
to. very
(for fine and lettuce.
some celery polo a day or two Mr: visitors tho humane status of
Tern cash. Wnrnwa &;BcnnrtEB.' Both and tender and times that amount levied by the going to try raising blooded horaof.!
were crisp' Marshall, of the signal service department our citizens.
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- counties for roads, etc., was no burden Mitts ,Auri11Soott has secured a
what the land in this
prove vicinityis says: that, yellow pennant We are gtad4o know that etcps
Let look the clerk in tho (
of any one over position n" poslodlce at
capable producing by proper is hoisted whenever an order is givento are now being takin to ascertain
l Cxchanf cultivation.A J hoist Information' signal.! It whether theru is any virtue in the ----
college and educational
building .
-Tuesday St. Patrick's day. thief entered the house of Mr.\ ; is principally for the benefit of vcs $ outside of the usual law of tho State bearing upon the Evergreen Dotting. .

:J, Tomorrow is Passion Sunday. A. Lowry, at Chester, during the ab- eels about,to sail, and when hoisted ditures.purposes Let him count expen tho subject of cruelty animals.. Before Mrs. Ann Geiger, who has been

Tine MIRROR one month, 25 cents scnco of ,that gentleman Tuesday notifies the masters of such vessels I appropriated to doorkeepers up Judge Schuylcr Ihcro appeared this suffering for tho hot few years with '

morning, and stole a gold'watch boa that by calling at the station ,where money morning a lady, tusking that a wur rhcumatlo pains through the head

.?_ Clack' Silks, 35c. n yard, at longing) ; to Mrs. Lowryj; also several the flag is displayed they may get I assistant doorkeepers, pages, messengers rant be issued against Edgar John- and shoulders ID still suffering very
committee clerks and
.. *. J. &; T. KYDD'S. etc.,
.. t other Articles at considerable yslue. information of value! relative to eon for cruelty\ to animals\ l by depriving much. .The pain scene t<> have in..
will not be hard
4 The U to figure
: steamship 'Jlesse: will probably up
County Clerk Wolff is recording a storms north o; south of the coast. hundred thousand! dollars, while the a horse of necessary/ sustenance. creiisoil within the lash t two weeks.

finish loading Monday. number of patents issued by the The telegrams concerning the state: beggarly ,one-eighth of a mill tax This poor old animal, which perhaps There\: !scarcely two minutes at a i

Jos Schlitz export; Milwaukee\ beer United States government during the of (tlso weather will always be foundon amounted to less than twelve thousand ''In[ the past had rendered valuable limo but what the is in tho most

can be obtained at A. Steil's.' ; administration of. ,President Pjerce. the bulletin board at the! post dollars, distributed four service for Its owner, had become a fearful Agony It seems almost impossible
In another column the editor gives These patents were for some of the office. hundred thousand: people. If we living skeleton, existing principally for one to boar what eliej
his views on the Immigration tax. most valuable lands in, this city and Personal and Social Notes. .. will cut off unnecessary expenses upon what it could pick 'up in the has to suffer )JJer daughter Mrs.

Drafts from $50 to 1100, 25. cents vicinity. I Hon. Chas. A. Dana and party did and limit appropriations to what i U streets! and by nibbling& the grass, \\". J. Carleton;/iW King's Ferry, Is '

each at Bank of Fernandina. Unlike some other offices, THE not pass through this city, as was essential, wo will, by transferring !this The case will como) up for trial next staying with her this wcek. Mr. '

The Y Yorkshire Is discharging 250() MIRROR does not have "!,rush of job expected, but went to ,Jacksonville amount to the promotion of judiclous Monday[ Maria Wingate Is also very sick.
work in stock but the rail. The lady referred! to is Mrs W. II. The I Evergreen debuting society
tons of rock ballast at the steamship constantly ; direct by methods for the increase of our I
-dock job department has demanded BO make of C. Duryee, and in tho humane work meet at 2 o'clock Saturday, 14th
.. The Equator-Democrat, of Key population, a wiser use our i
she has undertaken she will have the '
inst. to decide which is
; much of our attention for the last tho most appropriate
Beautiful plaid and striped ginghams West, in a lengthy editorial favors means. "
fa. an endless variety at two or three days, that the paper tho election of lIon.. Stephen II On whom will this tax fall ? Why .good wishes and cordial cooperationof i. site for the new court..

J. &; T. KYDD'S has been somewhat neglected. Mallory as United, States Senator.? mainly on large land owners and every in whose true-hearted brcai there malt is and woman -' house, Callahan or Fernandfna.:
spark Evergreen has a high sandy hill
.:,; Read the new ads of Chairman The following Is the cargo of the Misses Lillian and Katie McDo railroad, corporations. One mill tax of sympathy for Iho- dumb dotted with
oak and
poor evergreen, longleaf -
San Marcos which sailed the former who Is assessed for
Hoyt! relative to bonds And sites for steamship nell, together with their guests, on brutes [ where '
."., court-house,- from this port yesterday at 5.80; a. m.: Misses Mangham and Pickens, have 81,000 amounts to but one dollar. Is : yellow pine, the little cat -
224 bales cotton 344 cases cedar 134 that tax to be to About Feroandina.Mr squirrel' delights (to frolic and play ,
"::: flour been visiting friends and the exposition an onerous paid
Hay oats bran rice
corn, ; barrels oil, 350 Cases oysters, 85 at Ocala. bring in population and capital and Frank If. Taylor has been and gather In their winter stores, )

in quantity, at 110 to enhance the value of hit writing series of Interesting bordered on ono side by the sparkling ,
packages shrimp, packages mer- property a very
*:: FRED W. HOYT: & Go's. Capt. Cribb of St. Mary's had the of the Utlle'st.
x" waters
.c.- Mary's
chandise 148,533 feet lumber. ? The railroad company which letters from the South for the New
v When you want good beer, call for misfortune of. receiving a severe ;;. and on tho other by a vast acreage .
The beautiful display of new millinery id assessed for three millions of: dollars J l Schlitz Milwaukee to be bad fall Wednesday evening. Mrs. of cultivated and lands. '
export grazing
; at King's Bazar bespeaks of pays, it Is true, three thousand we clip the following: / ;.
at A."Steil's, Douglas, his only daughter was sent This i Ii also near the,slle of where .
spring. They have J just received a for and went over b.1the steamer dollars, but they are wise enough |to Fernandina, although alighted by the _,1'
the old courl-houso ,
The thermometer dropped downto large and well selected line of spring Martha/ yesterday pro that it is to their interest to do so, greater part of the people who flock to ( stood some

87.degrees last night, but there and summer flowers and and they' will pay it cheerfully. The Florida, h l a most agreeable place. twenty.flveorthirty years ago. This,
was no frost In this county. ribbons in endless millinery, Dr. T. A. Lj>Far, of Pensacola is a large land owner who pays upon an Long ago-that in to nay, away back in we claim, would bo the most beautiful .
quantities. candidate for United States Senatorto the seventies, before' Florida generally fits that could be found -
't anywhere
Imported Sweitxer cheese received assessment of one hundred thousand
B. KINO & Co.
Call. had any hotel tovppak of, outside of
succeed Mr. The Doctor ie! (Tn the county for tho new
by last. Mallory steamer Call at Mr. W Emery of Jacksonville eminent in his profession and literature dollars Jy..a tax of one !hundred Jacksonvllle--the !Into Senator Yulee, oourt-bouite. Here the tinkle of the "
\Vhitner & Sehuyler's. the dollars, or one hundred times as who. with his Kentucky wife anj beautiful .
seizing golden opportunity presented and valuable .
rendered servicesto cow-bdl would stroke with
keep theclerk'
Y." Do you want fine oysters ? Manuel has determined to establisha much as the citizen who is assessed daughter (a most charming family), _
the Confederate States during the dollar valuation of lived here built the hambome Kgrnont (pen, the beautiful surround\
one a one
Centre street wharf upon
Mattox can
tannery and shoe factory that war. Hotel 1, and engaged Stuart to furnish ing rornantinjj winery would cur
supply you:: with ,the best t city. A hundred enterprises of like thousand dollars. It is clear, then, It. The town U. built! upon the land. )ploy the( judges mind, while the
Jroductlons at the Creosote Works. that it is not the the
Superintendent Williams was on character would do more for Jacksonville poor man or ward sale'ofAtoftlia Inland.aod across it, sheriff would have ilenty of employ.mentjnrehnufng .
the warpath today, 'with orders to than all the deep water Chemists say that when wood is man of moderate means upon whom leading; away A coup'.e' of miler to the [

shut off"the water of Jlelinquent shell ever get. distilled in close vessels, without air, the tax will fall, but upon the large beach, .is a fine shell road. Ferujndlnala time around tho

-renters. .. We have just added a complete several\ solid, liquid and gaseous pro corporations, the railroads and the an important railroad center and buss different landings, making arrests foriLAncid.

,- set of Ijthotype ornaments to our job ducts are formed, of which the prin. large land holders. It i is true they good harbor.A .l. This. beautiful and appropriate
--The.office of the Florid Commercial \Vrill costly but now practically useless.tone site tho public spirited citizens .
department, and those who want cipal one are the following. ;. be benefited and hould pay :
Company of which Mr. Chas. (ort ttandd watching; the gala i;"r of Evergreen: would gratuitously
fancy letterpress printing will do Solids-Charcoal, inorganic( aalfc, etc. tAut not more in proportion than the
W.. lxswia 1. the chief will bo removed the port, iU rosty puna tumbled about -donate were it the favored
: to Jacksonville. well to give us a call. The character Liquid*--Aquooua liquid,containing acetic people) of smaller means;who will be and a great, deal ofj expensive<
f : of job work turned out from Tui: : butyric, capronlc, crotonie, formic, benefited in tbtrlotig run, to even a Intended for iU completion, now sine strife, and will not kick if we

One, case: handsome Ratteens, MIRROR office well known and requires propionlo acids, acetone, methyllo alcohol greater degree than the )larger own merged lo the drifting land. To one are left but lot's bear something

: French designs, In patterns, at the no selfpulling.One furfurol, methylamine ()1roe.tehl f". F. who know the way, there U .a bridle. more clout; l how> the courthouse ,,;

>,remarkably: ) 'low price of 15 cents ,and small quantities or empyreu- ; -- path along the meadow and through business 'is progrvwing l'{ '- y"
yard, at J. & T. KTDD'B. of the Jekyl cottages occupied matlc Oil and rain Tarry 'liquid,containing : Bankrupt BaU. the thick,fragrant, cml-tropkal: verdure, ?, .
; per
by Mr. Mareath of Essex Pa. toluol xylol: camel, tnetbol, Hammer and Needle Party.
.; < meitylene A great aUughtfcr of dry good The down, to this fort that would). 'make the
A number -of mortgage releases was on fire as the Brunswick steamer pseudo camol, phenol, creaolgualacol stock oth .lat# firm of Robert. Tavel soul vf any pedestrian gJl- This tint A ** hammer And! needle party "is

have been signed up during the last passed there this mornin*. The fire creaool, phlorol and methyl s.III be sold, aDder execution, by the glimpse of Florida seems always preft* the entertainment a country social

week.* This would indicate that was subdued, but not before the creanol, naphthalene-, paraffin pyrene. $I erI1 on Tuesday, March 17th, JW1 able to the monotony of the vast pine club invented the other day. Each

money. it getting-easier: kitchen was burned, the cottage itself ehryaene, retina, me.!t. Qases-Carbon; Sale to commence at 12 oVIock noon forests) through which the trains frotu lady was requested to bring a needle,
i dioxide carbon nonoilde, march gas a spool of thread and several buttons
the North rests toward Ja.clulconvUI
It bas-been, suggested: that the damaged, and other damages sustained acetylene,ethylene propene and others.i Fate C positive, and J.no T.reen O'i\ruA Sheriff. -on -,- and each gentleman hammer

t weather signals should be hoisted.in by the removal of furniture. : We would like to know if tbere i* Homeopathic and Ulectro-Homoopatlile When all the material was on the
more convenient for the benefit table, each lady picked out a hammer .
a place
The windows at King's Bazar :an establishment in any other town J For Bale Remedies, and block and
was given n some
$ of masters of vessels. present a most attractive appearance in the State that can produce II" i v r;ntral :location in the city o r At Rev. J. Heeler allies, Ash, war naiU. Each; gentleman chose sewing

It Is to be hoped that the memo just now, the principal features being equal number of products from F .c Two 100 feet*)oar4 1 lets i 10Ib With .tr..ta., tMnaoHi ToothadM salve, drops wonn. CwualjloMutfcra pills, materinld and buttons, and the

bers of the Florida Legislature will spring bonnets and hats for ladleschildren's I jda wood ; ground.! on three Btreet. IltIAdaciw I pills, corn and w art oar, eoHc contest bmran. The ladies drove as .
settle the .Senatorial question at a bats and lace m! Cottage} 1111 kit 1. and cht4ra dn>|M, JlauiamelWeitr)- many nails io their blocks III they ; ,
caps, ribbons I Ord r )'O'uotbl.r \V. '. sell lily wankcrtna cadela .xtr., arui s oat,., oroMp aao.IGOUIIII J. ooulil in fiveininutw, and the gentle l
. less expense to the state, than Jllinois and other trim.minKSThe stock 01; .rat for Jacob U el!'. So '''S ', ontsfourtiAdurriM drops, whooping ooofti drepeM1llq Will sewed on as buttons '.
) as
phu made to order clothing \ desk., UM HOfW fwiMdy, _r- many
settled her'Do of the there has been selected withgood !
spmo goods quality guaranteed ; 500 sar.p. .' \e. A, care t.ache drop, eye mir,, etc l'amvhl4t'u possible l in tea minutes. Prizes were
work before you meet. gentlemen. taste and cannot (bit to please I tore to Uec-t from an.l paper ttW Imtroctlaa. r.... .,1'-' given and much laughter provoked


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.' It there was any spot on the globe WO .
where labor unions had things alt their 5y -
MOO" 1t, A MANUCV f ueuwlaa.FItRNAPIRA =
own way that pot was Australia. '. '
J.''I. MAIK-H 14 ]1M1"Will i w ,
.. Workingmen all grades were so banded ,UR .:
ther:be farmers enough in the together that It was thought they could 0tt / .
United States senate' next year to make effect a revolution of government and L. .. 111,11'1111

that body on the whole any better look. : society U they so willed. They had the t't CJ: rnEt ; I1

big than it ll now? eight hour labor day, and laborers re ...: w .

: ived their own prices. In- the sheep .(j ::>-4 I NI1StAE'
A Chicago critic objects to the dramatic 1)) Ctj :) -
raising and agricultural districts not =
art of a certain actress because she Zrl '

"ha no messago to the soul." Dear, enough fill the demand.workingmen In could brief,obtained here if any to "" ate N p. f ,, New York, Charleston and Florida Lines; -

dear! And Chicago butchers forty hogs A C aO fitGOLD ,
labor had td
where opportunity measure r.r.M 5'
minute! J The 'Magnificent Steamships or this Line are Appointed to
a ______________ 1 Itself with capital and come off best. 5 ,
.OO L a Sail as tollowl : T4II"UD C tllte.l)
: The attention of educators and of The utter collapse of the great labor .- ...4 'ha
:z; mAL, TASI3,1273. I'rom New fork f'rolll JackeenIlls
:i.. thorn who make school laws is called to strike of last fall, however, proves that tool > : (liar W. K R) STEAMER: Florida.

r' a new statute in Michigan. This hygienic when labor, even M capital Itself, becomes < EpIc. FrltlaO'lh.! 27th, at S .." ........dEIIINOLE! : ....Thur.dsy Zilch I 6th, at 11.30 a.x

law" prohibits children coffering unjust or tyrannous in the public .. fF. "4 W. BAKER &Cos S MomJa1. Mch Yd. at S p..IROllUOI&........ ttn.I Mt.'Il IIlh, at 2.00 rx.
:z:4 \\.I'flIl..Y Itch fitly 1,1 ;3 l1'.x..A lnoMlUIN..TuNda1. )Ieb 101b..t 4.00 A.x '
with chronic catarrh or consumption judgment, then trades unions themselves -4 I It Friday, Mob dill at Ii PM.CIIEIIOKEEI.Thurr<: y, bleb 12th. at 6.00 A.I.

from attending the public schools. In must fail Mr. 1Y. U. Champion, writing ond"1.. Meh Stan, al II Rt/ .....'YElIA$IH:.: ........Sunday. lick IMh, af 8.00..x.1Cedneadny .

the Interest of public health this law lu the Nineteenth Century of the fail IW BreakfastCocoa )11'11' 11th at 3 P x ........UI.Jo.TuIffd1l1/ Itch: 17th at 10.00 A.x
1 .Friday Melt 13th. at II P.x.' .......IR011C01M..Thursday; Zilch 100h. at 12.00 v'nMonday
recognizing the scientific germ theory of ore of tho Australian strike says it fell W I Melt Loth. at II Px .....A UIUMlt!DI......HunjIlY. Melt 211. It 2.00 '.1(.

r disease and contagion Is to be com through because those who engaged in It --------- -- ..- Svediiesdny itch lttth, s13 p.N......C'lUltoKKE..Tu-.l111.: M'h 241h, at 4.,0, as.
mended. were an army of lions led by asses. Friday. Mch :20th, at 3 rx..t..YEMASSEE.Thursday. )I'h 2lith. aa 6.00 A.x.
Monday. Mch 2801.1 IS p.ie..81tMIbOI.l.Sunday; Melt :.'11th. lit coo A.x.
has that The trades unions were down so fine -AMELIA RIVER- II I It ifrom which the excess: ol Weolnf'l day, Meh :I6Ih, I' 3 r.w.........IROQUOIS: ........Tuesday. Mell Slat at 8Y) Ax.
Somebody solemnly suggested
that there was even a sheep shearers' or oil Iiits been removed is Friday, bich27thatSt.x.AIAON(1111N..Thurnday, Apr 24.110.00Ax.
the perfect newspaper ought to be en- ganlzatiun. When sheep owners ventured Monday\ .tdl 1Mb, at S p.M..t'lUltuKEE..t'nntJR1, Apr Silt. as 1.1SO '.1(.

dowed, in order that it might have to employ shearers who did not dbaollttell.Pure
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t money enough to get as editors "men belong to this organization the federated Packing Company and it ia Soluble. '

); who will make Ideally pure wholesomeand unions determined to boycott non-union ST. JOHN1RIVER LINE.

able Great Scottl i PACEens or- No Chemicals .
," newspapers. wool. Men of the maritime unions were ..
-.t. Would add the to the For Sanford and Intermediate Points St. John's River
,: yon newspapers ordered not to convey away any wool are used! lu Its preparation: It has Enterprise on

awfully heavily, stupid old endowed that had not the union stamp upon the OYSTERS r FRUIT I IoEALtns more than' three times the strength of The Elognnt Iron Side"bed Steamers,
stitutions of the country? If so, then talcs. Next the member. of a ship of- Cocoa mixed with Starch Arrowrootor U "
:you ought at the same time to pay the wanted higher ,
cers organization pay,
Sugar and is therefore far moro Captain W. A SHAW
public for reading them for it won'tread and the seamen and dock laborers were
them other A I IN- economical, costlny! ten than one cent FRED'K DEBARY
any way newspaperthat therefore ordered not to work any more
cannot earn Its own living and pay till the demand was granted. The net a Clip. It Is delicious' nourishing, Capt. T. W. LUND. Jr., S

dividends besides ought to die, and that work extended throughout; Australia, OAK( AND PINE WOOD, strengthening, EASILY! DIGESTED, Are appointed to Mil from Jacksonville daily except dally Sunday except,Saturday at V L IH., at LID. p. m.. and 1'1'011Sanford,

quickly. Deride, let us whisper this in And aJmlrably adapted for Invalids .
and the maritime trade of all the ports SOUTH[ COU D. ; KOKTII BOUND.
your ear. Oh, solemn and heavy old was stopped. If ships could not be load CUT IN STOVE LKXOTlia: i as well as for persons in hcaltti. Head Don SCHEDULE. Head Up.

theorist! The newspaper of the day reflects ed unloaded of the coal Leave 3.30 P:M H"'H"........................Jackaon vIII:.............."....,......._ \,rive! 11.45 r.: 1(.
I. exactly the public that makes it or course supply A l.nruu Hili i ly Conwtnixlly I Sold by Grocers everywhere. 8.00.. *....?.....,.-....................I'alatkn....................... ..........Leave 7.00 P. M.
of cities that received their fuel by 1.30 A. M............ ........... .... ....Aster...................._?..:..... tIN r M.
X ,' and is at all times just as "ideally pure" water was cut off. Gas stokers refused on IInnt1AX W. BAKER & CO., Oorchestir, Mass '. 2.41) A. x..i't., Francis.........".:...H..H....... 12.43 p. M.

as it dares to be. Every newspaper editor to handle non-union coal and at length 6.00 A. M....................M........ ..Bereifonl.l ....................__.. M 11.45 A. M.
ai': to be honest and tell tho O.UOA. M .....??.................... Uluo Springel;u............................ 11.00 A. MVOOA.M.
prefer Melbourne itself was left almost na- : ORDINANCE I $5.0 .D.O rrlve 8.00 A. M.......................,...... .....Snnltmi...._-?.,..?.,..... ......M .
truth and puncture-shams and cant, so lighted for two night! $2.50 .. 0.15 A. N......................... ........ Enterprise...,.....,..._.....,......H.... 0.30 A. M.
i'/; far as the community will allow It. Then Cftl.ital1'Ofle In Indignation and For Firing tIt flue of .lean"mrnt for I .OPB Aloe" Pteamcr EVEROLAPK('fniglnt only) from Jacksonville 1 for Antnr Mondays; WedneedsyaandFridays
Taxation for the leer 1WKX! !& 'III":, ; at t p. m. Returning, leave AxUir Itnteedaya, Thurnlnys Mid Hatnrdajrt at 10 a. m.

.took. things into its own hands. Em- 1>E llr.ORDAIN r Fn DY THE CITY (XUSCIL ,, ':-S?, I Ir General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 West Bay Street, Jacksonville]
The Agricultural .
Department.The banded themselves with J ) City Furnandluaatems -- 5U -ARIES
loyers together L That for the >i_fit mooting the 'r3' F. M. IllOVMOMJl.lt; Jr.. Florida ratuiMiin-r.. Agent, 86 Well Bat PtM Jacksonville. Ha.U. .
./ lecturer of the national grange oaths an strong: as those in vogue among current expense" of the city! -a made l lijr' tic anno.lrttmats S .Z.OO : '. f. m.MJI Kf; \\, Trnv.-linK: I'ujJK'iiner Ant. Mist HBT teat. kMmvllle, 10'1.,.
': ; comes to the defense of the United at the heginnlngof the fiscal year, yQ : J. I,. I'H.OT. might Agent;, nn Shan, tied ildtian Hn-et Jacksonville Ha.
ho workingtnen's unions. Tho cup of ant lu iroTkle a linking fnnil. and for iiitiTtit rmho $ LkJOIIN I. IIOWAKIi. Fonrida hat Laura Wri'ct, Fla.J. .
: .tl"j"'tftI N.kllJnvllle.
States department of agriculture in gal wrath was full when tho unions attempted 1".I..f the city. a. aiuhorlxvd b.r an ..r<1l- $Z' y v5ZZ A. I.I SLIK b1gPnuttuACOt| Street, Jsckminville,
1 Till g. Tramc A Green, New York.
cane.cilItled'AnOrdinance' nvtAingforthe :o. J. (4).ie Manager? lkmllD
"'r'tanhtr1e., Ue reminds cavilers of the to destroy the wool crop of 1890 Iwttiin nf qiialiflnl Morton to anthorlae the $ Boys AUMIIALI" II. CL1: lIE, Awt IratMit Manogcr! bowling cr""o. New York -

.'.; ;, benefits this department hat conferred b y refusing; to let it be sheared.The lame of. "Morris PHMMI for and the approved purpixH: )ol Avvvinher publlo: Inipmvuntiit Jbth,- O i. VIM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,

on American farmers and stock raisers, wool crop was worth 100000000. The KH7, there be rained 1 by levy upon thu real AndHTwmal ZO R R5GENT" 12 South Whan, I'lilliulelplilit. & HowlingUrvvn, New York.

land enumerates some of them as follows: 1 pnuiorty of the city aa aasKwud, "a tax of Mir --- -
capitalists organized with a defense
thirteen nillln on the dollar k>r enroll expcnueis
1., First-It baa lUmped out pleuro-pneanionlA fund of (3,000,000. They had besides a and a"", 'Cial tax of west mllla on the dollar l<> SSES
among our cattle, and by ''win leglalatlon ll\ pot:Interest on said rlty biHid*and In provldo furnlnklng LlllSailing
wed of concrete la compelling foreign nations steady income annually of fJOO.OOO. a fund an retiulrwl by sell ordinance;: MALLORY STEAMSHIP !

.55 to admit thai our beef I la healthy, and therefore The trades unions all together had no Seined Finn" reading n-aiilng Kcbmary r\bniary: 11,11 IXfM., IWl.Adopted .
force them to remove their "ratrlo-
such money as this. Well men must X-bniary 11,1MM. -
tlona" and open ep our market abrftl>d. The K. V. R. 8CHUY1.ER - -
same*lyateraof Inspection doing and will continue live, so must women and children. ''In rrvatdunt to do the for And Attest: 1. A. EDWAKIM city Clerk.:
Mm our pork hog this the longest thoroughly SER"CTICE.
case puree was
Approved. : ,
4>rodcta.8econ eel Mb.e _la1- .
it had its WM. A. MAHOSEY; Mayor.IX $3 SHOE lea toll UtPb..m....
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JaM destroyed the cottony scale I Insect that was side, and made a more spirited tight for routed and no ntamped oa ttotUi. ldAroriv. -- ---
killing the orange and lemon trees of Callfor IKtl'IT (COURT .L.DO1GLA Jirockle..Slaes. bold by
5 I cola,and that wa deetroylag million of dol. that reason. The end was that the strike .ourU..ullC'lal (Circuit !NnhennConuly ", J. Sz T. t:Yaaa.ts Weekly from Fornandina Every Thursday -
I i 'r Ian of capital Invested in grovea,and baa itlm of all the trades unions in Australia collaptwd Florid _
.1. Dialed Dew planting of hundred r>f thousand FEKNANpINA, FLA and from Wow York ." :' B
e .- -or tree, and mnium dollars will be the an \ utterly, and the long puma wotwElcctrlcltr's Prod W. II,yl. W. O. JHTr rand % Every Friday. .. ,
,r' moat reward to farmer on tola count. doing R.bnnlntii U. t, oley. under, partucn the, D. IIEIIING, King's Ferry, Fla.
AttacbmenL -- -- -- ---- ---- --- -
.: Third-1U InveeUgatlona, covering ....era!) Limitation., |{pumeandetyloofTbullaok
J ; and the mot patient and persistent : m.nd..ateW
year. Of keruandion, ROUTED
;, labor, Into the"peach yellowa."that I* threat It Is a time worn story that just about .j Am'tswomGoorgo _.._ '..Slne
Hlppi: *. bwlto?
.. W.
citing another groat Industry In .nral.ta. the doing
to \
the time steam was adapted
propulsion e u George W. Illi>ple ttCo.
where million of dollar are atfalo at take, \
already give promise of ..nooses.e [ of ocean ships the eminent phys- /
Fourth-Throogh the department of agrl "1'1'lnDFe\ i:? GEOUGK W. IIIPri.R, T09AND FROMeFLORIDA I ; ,
Lardner elaborateand .
Dr. wrote .
culture came the InatrucUoui+ and formulas of \clst. an w':11: a* George W.111ppIs A (b!
tt > hereby take notice that the above entitled
.' praying out fruit tree and Tine to ore thum learned treatise to prove that steam milt wan Instituted by attachment' In the Circuit "'rns BEAUTIFUL BTEAMERC :: ::}-' '.'J.':
from besets, blights, mildew, acaba, rot,etc '
V bout Fourth Judleial Circuit, Nassau County, '
It was worth million of dollar to the grape could never by any possibility drive a t1"r0\ the 17th day of A. I>. leal, .aifer: -i : .
crop this year, and ha raised the hope of vessel across tho ocean Perhaps that by Fred W. Jlo>'t W. U.Jethe lanwa"'it. C. Conlry wl 0" ,
thousands of despondent and partner, doing 'I biuJreM under the nameand; : "
grape grower
be the fate of scientific writer of i.J.? J"
r'h.; careful orohardlut can now gather WIt will a KljrU of The JUiik of Fernandlua. Therealau! | :
apple and pear, beautiful la form and color. our own time who has published lately Gorge W. Hippie: : doing bwlnrmunder I Hume 4 :
and Kyle of Gorge W. Hippie A Co., the said due : <
and no longer marred by nut and Insect his reasons why electricity never be fendaut, and all\ other persona Inturarted are ;

,r Educating Americans. tined tance as rl the lrOA
'( Foreign scientific men note particularly I And ll ti ordered that a copy of thU notice be
It will be well adapted to street railways publinhrd In THI ruiBiDA MICROS, a publicurwipaM IN EFFECT DECEMBER 21st.1990.
the want of thoroughness in American
>r published in said County and Circuit
education. The truth is we have had BO because here it will be cheaper: and ill the City of Fcruandlna, for a period i>j' (ITAKPAKD TIMS.)

of much to do in America and so short a than horse power. The power stations thrve 1 ; k''II''UICouI1 Nawau<,r.o. K. / Ilr.la.Fl'mandlll" SOUTH.$5.r> Fare From Fernandina to New York : ; '

.' '. period in which to do it that we have not and dynamo) necessary to utilize it can Fla.,January. 1a,1RUh' :_____ Leave Branuwlck.via M'r... s.15am .. be to make it
). bad time for thorough preparation in near enough together an ''I IN a m : 17 OOlhTLKUAGE.: II 50brtwrrn
easy matter to keep ,the electrical can' Arrive F..na.'UIla.-.U.1O.p m LAO p m
either scientific or mechanical work. Judicial Circuit, Nassau Lure Femundina,via F.C. Tide l.lue. hnloa ..o'Tr."rt'rli
1'.roRlldl. and New
running. Dut when it comes to long oil r. R. K. ......_.nw pm' while Florida.rTllllain ? p Bork offers the m"fr:
that AND
t4 The foreigner says we are County, Arrive Jack.juTin ..... : QUiCKIS1': TKAXbrOUTATlON: : TO bUll'l'KPS OK
differ I'pi .uupui
distance lines the Is
t'j; wonderfully talented naturally we fall case wholly I D. \Mieelwrlitht and RTir.U FJWHI'I, VJIfAlIU-:8.:; and Mlien.
Y cnt At intervals of every few miles i It N. H. itunlundedug; business Leave JaekaonTlUe, via F C The traveling public are offered the advantage(: of a DIRECT IINE and UNSURPASSED -
when we go to undertake things requiring will be to erect costly u N. It.Itordt-n. Co., Attachment. A P U H....-.......-.. II:*" a m S:40 a m ACCOMMODATIONS:\ TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE making clone!
necessity power rkmt.ll42
l.r" mechanical or scientific skill from r. 1 Arrive Eenlandtns..liAeam: 10:Hi a m connections ftt 'InXAXIUX\: with Florida! Central A; Peninsnlsr (o', for ,
W. I bunl- 1at t"
Oeoige doing Amtawomoem
-, stations and These must 'be nipple _...........,
dynamos. Leave Femmti ,;:; want of preparation, partly in book under the name and 10..... _. :i 11' .. sa> 44.I NT. \l'U''TIXI: and all points on the St. JcLns, Ock.
x" knowledge, partly In''manual training of such character as to develop many; ur0.d Uoorye W. Hlptile 'A Arrive Arrive Bnmiwlck.rumberlaud.v...... ...:... t-jo|p>OJ m 0t0pm)p m }swan and Indian liivcr, and to all Florida point. ,

t' : The charge cannot be put aside either .1 hundred times the power required to operate rpllE ttEFESDANT. GEORGE W. 1IIfl" CToae ennnertlout both w aye nada'at Jackw>nVllle Tiiuoruii HILLS or L.AOIXU TO ALL I'OINTN.Furtlier .
: budncrunder for fct. Auguitlue, also all | >lnU on PJnbn'a It.
street railways. They would there- 1 diilnii the and .
name style oraonte
: ty; + wholly coming from foreign jealous river; at Feraandtna, froin Kuuth Flurl'\ '' t
W. take will
( 4 will + \ .
lttppla lu. hereby notice cheerfully given by
fore be vastly more expend than the by train arriving at 5.441 a m.: fur south Floridaby .
dove entitled (
t. that the by usetsehment
In England what is called the extension
In the ilrcult t'J Judicial, train JeavliiK at S.10 p. Hi. G. It. IIl'IUiY. Aat'nC.FEHNANDINA. .
steam locomotive engines at present in
Cloeeeonneet made at.Jironawlct with ]Eo
; of university education has been def Circuit, KanMU: (V>unty, Morltla.on the tot day ofJanuary. loui
T., V.A U. K. K. to and from all point fleet anKant FLA.
The railroad of the I ,
companies A. K William U. Vihevl rLbt 11
the of use. pros O"t."J: ; Iralua at 041 1 and C. II VAtLOnT CO.
.. vised to meet wants persons who and N. It. : business a*N. B.h mlna by arriving a. dopartlnat ,
cannot attend school,but who have some out day are not flinging millions abroato dividends is well known and thematt.t under the note .J'.Wl;, of George \V.Hipplo "b"DII't.
u .
A meal th Kramer time /
leisure to study at home In America 'A Co.. the old defendant and all other Rood tufted on any --
the of instruction >r of the added expense would offeran pel"utlllnwh..w.I. are hereby required to aping tat Local U rent Fi-rnandlna und Litirniclsw !\
Chautauqua system nledln fare Ilruniwlck t H. E. JDOTTEJBJER r
and to the laid
plead det'lArl1llun) cause insuperable objection.Thl"1'8il ll.So round claws, lUll rat
the tint Monday in I* ,
meets the same need to a certain extent. by May w.r ,
nd .
claw Silo eecoud-clana: rou day Ihnlt.Ir. & .
another equally great Iti I.e And U In odd that! s coi.y of this notice\ 1* (t
.., But the Chantanqua system: doe make puWUhed I In Tae ru>Hrn t Miaaoa, a pul'.lAuewpaper ; C. AW.EN., Invites \.
'.... well known that electrio currents are published la salt County and Circuit" General- I'aawagcr Agent. attention to bli large and varied assortment of
specialists. .. C. LlTTLEriELl. .
and tu the of Fcruandlna i aper1'd.4 :
City >r
"kittle cattle to drive.NQ method has
The question 1s, Why cannot our nuversitlee three mmitha, .Ko.' K. \\dLJK Ueneral Manager
as yet been invented to make even an Clerk Circuit Court Kawau County irk GENERAL OFFICE BKL'NgVTKlC<: GA. FINE FAMILY
and collegeii prepare a systemby -- -- GROCERIES.Embracing
,f bledtria burn five Frrnaudlna, Kla. January :29, !*!. .
fight consecu
which earnest students may study at - -- THETYPE OI ELL; ,
live minutes at time. If the electric '
home under the direction of pruf I In a IX ClltfL'IT (COI'IIT
nearly everytblng In tLI.lInl'', an J also. that of
mode of adopted there :
propulsion were Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nissan WRITER
each branch and get a good education I In

special branches? Nobody ought to work would be frequent "stoppages of the entire Comity, Florida. FANCY

truffle for period. varying from five Fred W lloyt, w. U IMPORTED GROCERIES.Only
with his hands till be is so tired that he .
aud IL C. c.It' bur lh DeoELL TYPE WUREB ,
minutes to several hour,." In case of ) 4.Owm __ _..
can do nothing but sink into dumber d>4u( buiiliieaa : Attachment. 78 character and $15 AIr the u .. :

.. like an ox. The Almighty never meant long distance railway trains the pnbli iff name teruanduia ant My Uj,of "OIrl't'T'j 11'mnt.plU9; SINGLE CASE ODELL warranted to do Utter Such Goods Kept in Stock as Can be Recommended as Pure. V .
could not with this one day The Am'tsworoGeorg. ...de. .
: it The farm boy, the factory worker: put up W. IUppio, w'.__._ :,.'Joo work than any machine and of Good Quality. .
.' objection however,only shows that electrical It oolllbJ olI"'UClTI'.1Ab DCSAMUTY,Iran,
the mechanic's apprentice ought to carry transmlsalpn of baa not ncMMUeurge W. Hit up oriaATlox, wren longer without coat ol I -- --- '....

along with his manual work at least one been perfected power let riMIE DEFENDANT 0t RuE! W. IIIP11E, repairs\ than any other nachlu tr.. no lit ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF '. .
branch of literary or scientific study _l doing badness a* bane W. Hippie 4 On. ribbon to bother the operator Jt to seat cs- '
Finally the writer in question remind will\ hereby take nutk that the above n''ttlejsuit ,
ilimAU nietel plated packet and adapted to -
lie should think carefully over what he
\liwtUuwd by attachment In tbe Cirrult -FINE
would bent like to do in the world, and< his readers of a universal mistake In the Iburt., Fourth Jadlnfttl Cirrult.: Naatau Co mly. all kind of type writing. Like a rtellng pt a, TEAS AND COFFEES- .
popular toted in regard to electricity 1 It Finals on tke ITUi day of January, A.D. lJL It produora harp clan kftUe m.\ crIlot&.
:' then select a course of Study that wilt I Fred ;. H"'. W. O. Jeinvy* and K. U. c. F' Two of lea eoplM cam be mate at one writing.
is not AS is supposed, a source of nn mIn business under the name and Beet Goods of this
< I ng Description that b. secured.'
lead to it I can
pp limited in and of itself. It" puts: : e" Ihe rivet of Fernaudlna. Thereniwntltetuew.lippludtinstuatmweund.wthenawe Any lut Ul..tnl |*non can become an operator "
It was thus that Dr. Schlieman power U tw. day \Ve odor $1,000 to any operator
manifestation of aud Myle of tfeonte W. Ulpptu: A llo.: the aa:d defendant NEW V
and ancient merely a energy, a cou.nwcnt won caa equal th. work of the Double Cats GOODS Received
learned languages bletor11 and all other pvnuui Intrmtnt, are Odell.Keltable. by Every Steamer.
thus he prepared to be the great eX4 way of applying power previously hereby: enjoined to appuar and plead to lh' dvo- Agent at>d.$al Mnen wanted. Fp r
4 produced. Tbe radiant of the titration HlV-d In tall C.UMI ou er by the tint Monday clal\ induowueMa W Peal***.
energy S.
plorer and trohsaologist. While an In May, 1M>1.And For 1-aaVpb.rt giving luduneuwatt, etc.. ad- cor, Second and Centre Sts., FEBNAHDLNA, FLA. .._
sun stored up in coal U transformed into It bordered that acepyofthemRalropuhll.h.d !
errand boy in a wholesale store be &- .
pr In Tua FmaiOA tubllf dreaiODEU.
the steam That
pared for future greatness and wcalt power power through is merely, transmitted along the and aewrprperpublshdto lu the City u( Fvruandtiia.said County lr a audCitxnill lrtjd vl nandSTMhAv_ Chicago, Ill.:. Tiis xnisKrEEirz."dr: : : : : v:<..VV .
Our universities and higher schools] do three moiitha. oUkEOUF, ..
electric wire to the point where 1i.i. Clerk Circuit Court NHHNU wooly, fla. DI:. W.'E.: SNYDEK
do the
not begin to good they ought utilized. Fernaadlua fla.,January. st, IcJU"Dr. : FLORIDA ;: <-

They are not in touch at all with the _______________ -- MIRROR; /

whole people. They ought to extend What was the greatest single ao t of JOHN C. PRESIDENT DENTIST.kFFK'E ..'
: their work far their walls PVPLIJBED AT FZKWAKDIKA FLORIDA .
beyond own benevolence ever performed? Probably. ,
ought:to do their part toward supplying the signing of a document in Paris b1 : of IVntn.' and Fourth atrvete, front TUESDAYS TIIUKSDAYS

the defective education which persons I 1, Baron Ilirsch, in which without any fuss omcs 0FERNAA' >oro 01' to&aIrw. J.nblt.tTI7. SATURDAYS._

4 forced out to wrestle with material at all he conveyed to trustees f3,400,000 --- RATES SUBSCRIPTION
BLAIR. : : : ... .
things at an early were obliged to .
for the relief of the persecuted Jews" !In One
with. Oa. the other hand it I i'\I.Q a.n puua is copy] one year. (2.50 I copy Ure? months 66 cU. ;, 1
put up JtWI iA. All he sail about it was: "1 PF.Y M'NDAr'0 One Ml rnecth I 1084 j i .
1.26 ,
should be borne in mind by all men and prefer arranging this matter la my lifetime 0 1)A1'fee m l, ..UanMt.tltlp HES'OLOOKSaJEWELRYWAa eofy copy one month 21".' -. -, .

women that anybody, at any ago, can to letting it wait tin after my I Eibhbern yeah'.1t $41- IN CLUBS OF FIVE $2.00 EAC .-Q V.

: Uarn anytMngbe. gels his heart_on. 1 death" .. raurh"e..Mrpa"ad. ANTED' ('EXTItE 8T. Address MOORE & MANUCY, Fernandiw, Fla;; f

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'F' tp.4e.; \ TAWNY HEAD FROM EGYPT. "_...ttl. "'.." : ,I 10O1. A. W. LOHMAN

The vanity Unit somvts: L,),, do 'ay' ,
!tills d hair wtrmtnmr, wttMn a ease every personal. charm is of all f4'wIc-;, r
119 ;i\ rmM, UdIII marral from tk. ......*.. !land ridicnl, DEUFU: INNos -
; the most ms! One can bar'llb1&mfJ "
preadd M1 tphlnx of palM' a* f.. f ef via:de'chant no* a beautiful woman for rejoicingin
v.\ : iwar.d tie world fur ccnturlM, sal that the admiration to which ber mirror 'JIIJj_ ?PURE WINE SanaL1 U VORSFltlE R

jl. :;;: planned.,.. of art sal Wnooroba, M and. tells her she has a right,or for netting off :t .. ')": '.. '
to the bet advantage the physical per.
I fIIIt all tliMl moi.lakoraa' la effao*
t./ fectlttnt" with which heaven has endowedher '
OgfaUOM KKkeU OfRM With |lore ll btglmmvd
Jj( : ; but the withered grand im who was ,... .
,brew eoramaadmool over HWB hM beamed. >
I + once a lieta is not excused by her ante.oedema -
:. with IU tat nnot may bav glees less
for the role of liens
lI"'em."tA.IId" D tooohnd. our owel l attempting;;
'. lip* that may .hen frortsd( wife and fanng In spite of faded cheeks, look latter eyes
i now with brain that thought with votes thai and hair that hat d< predated from goldto ----,-- MH f H .1r 11N1iNNHf1'S : -- --- '-' li

'..:': tunC-&ward 8 Creamer U Saw York Sun cl! pewtor the change.: and! la lot.'inerod over to oon- :FEJjXJ31E: a TOETMRO)!: P=l lP

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Looking glAwoa tell the truth to three u'
a Am Estimate ot Cartj-to. ---- --- '--
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1 never knew Carlyle," says the sn- score as to sixteen. They reflect saffronas
W of "Glance of Great and Little faithfully( rose and when the saffron =
'\' is overlaid with manufacturedbloom l'm
," "except by sight; To tell the
: ,'
1: I did not greatly covet his ac they tell the enameled! elder to
I k;.. ";: $ in those! last days of his her face that it is nnnataral. And what ,' ,

alone I could have known him the mirror says takntly society repeats t ...
:;...' as even not without a certain dread with a oncer It is impossible to mistake !
: this retiring apostle of taciturnity rouge for the tint ot natnr The im- '
however; finding myself) sitting pasture Is apparent" to t'Vt'IY ceerve '\> : ===ST'EAM:==

.w' to him in a Chelsea omnibus, 1 as if "Beware of paint" were written on CIGARS;ETC}>

"", to address him. I tried the the forehead of the pink sancered 1.*ly. '. a _

.... .". -the recognized conversation Pale young women as well M callow t. ; S S.t. .
-: .' -but in this cam it tiled of its old ones are much given to coloring ,:: 13: and 1:% S, Third :-:1"t
!\ .. their cheeks In this of .t. : ,
; effect. lie gave no answer, but age personal: .
..:. there, leaning on his staff In brood- artifice llnndreda of girls between the ; FERNANDINA._ FLA.
.4 E ,,'' silence and with introspective< eyes, ages of 10 and SO paint their faces at
; Billiard and Pool Parlor Attached
'". ;,; he reached his destination. When least ns often as they clean: their teeth.

.;;,.:"' had got out, I, affecting not to know Never were there more counterfeits of w C&2E&3 rucmiT' ATTSSDSD' ) 'TO.
in circulation than in this.
asked the conductor who he was. our
[ latter had touched his hat to him. day It deems to lie the fashion to be G

'Oh,:esslrr,I know him well enough. gpurious.-New York Loder GEO.A. LATHAM

orf en rides in my" >ult. 'E's wot you'
a littery gent-writes boots wot no- Vondtrful Frog Story.While .
f a Ltrge pine lag WM being Biwod
can understand. ; WHOIFSAU RETAIL DEALER IN,
conductor loused, as if mentally into lumber' at Drown & flail sawmill
near Acton, Ont:, after the outside slab
from his superior stand-
up o
tho footbonrd- Carlyle's and one board had been cut off, and :
while the workmen were turning over
and then added, with a & ,
the log preparatory to "squaring" it,
half of pity half of contempt in
voice; they were surprised to eee! a large toad '
: ''E'. a. bit off hit chump like many poke his head out of a hole, where hew -"" -- .

I those gents; but ha ain't a bad sort if as imbedded and where he had barely
take him the right way.' escaped being; cut np by the saw FINE CIGARS
: ; How the creature" ever got there Is a a ,
,,' Actors Who Faint. mystery he was completely-encased '
-. of people who paint Edward in the wood, with no possible! means of CENTRE 8TRM/T,

Kemble the artist said: "I know ingress or egress. As the log was the I'

actors who are art Ms with the fourth or fifth up from the butt of the 1 FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
and pencil, and very fair artists at tree, his position must have been at least I

Joseph! Jefferson goes in fur water fifty or sixty feet from the ground. I -
Dixey draws queer caricatures There is but ono way of accounting for
I saw one of his eccentric drawings the fact that hu v>ni found in the position Tiusru DEW WHISKEY

a Parker house (Boston) bill of fare named. lie Lad grown up with the I I have carefully examined Slid analftud

the other day. Louis Harrison, the tree from infancy and was probably --POW'ER.- your well known and popular Whiskey
: is a rapid dranghtmtun. Tim hundreds of lean oil when the saw } "' : Til 1ST I.K DEW, The hUbey must U
used to be a house painter in awoco! him from his lour l nap. ; pronounced to be pure, will matured and of ,

so he cornea rightly by his The animal was quite lat, and nearly excellent quality, being loft and mellow to
>te for ron and pencil. His dmssinz: as large: across as n man's hand. The tin taste and haying a line bouquet. The
wherever be- may be is covered troo in-which he \\aj found was perfectly -
medical profoMlon plate full toufl-
daubs roughly but effectively done Bound, with the exception of a decayed may
deneo in the and of the '
purity quality
grease, paint and era)'on. Lotta spot about a foot ia length below
the hollow in width ho im TIIISrLKDBW. A. FUIIU, ", .,
Maddern Madeline Lncette and place was .
King Hamilton draw very neatly. bedIed.--Bt. Louis Republic. Analytical and OonmiHIng Clioiulst. '

H. Sothern has made sketches which Bookm Job House Cincinnati June_._ hiss ,
Printing --'- --- -----
Frohnian considers worthy of hang Have. I'lrntr Air In the lIou... :

framed in the lobby of tht Lyceum It isn't drugs or medicine that ia neededat : .
George Fawcett Rowe used to all; it is plenty.of the purest air that ,

in for oils. Alexander Salvlni,son ot can be had. Open the windows and the
f; father, baa presented a very neat doors, clean out the cellar and ventilateit "

1IM: color to Marie Burroughs,-New. thoroughly remove the dampness, the H. MANN, .
Ilf-rald mtutineM, the ancient odor, th'L until '
of decay which greets! the nostrils ,
; ,. Work !. lecturing. when one enters from the health t

*, : A popular lucturer who baa appeared giving atmosphere out of doors. r

big audiences on hundreds of: Never mind if the outer air bears thoJaint DURYEE BUILDING, OENTRE STREET,
during the past ten o't. twelve of the gas house, the manufactory

says that lecturing is the hardest or some other unpleasant thing;it is. aLto r
.5, of earning a tiring. The lecturer i* mingled with the health and strength : :

the time exhausted with travel from giving forces of nature, and, ia certainly If' BAND BUILDERjlESTIMATES

to place by railroad or steamboat, better for the human system than the I. ,
1 stage coach or other conveyance. He tame air which Los been shot up and :::
} ;: t. Sf'L solid sleep any time. Ha contaminated for an Indefinite period. ,'- ) :,'

himself la uncomfortable quarters with no chance for purification. FERNANDINA : \ FLORIDA.
all sorts of hotels lie cannot get to Don't mind, even if a little dust is :. ,' j. .; FURNISHED
till nearly midnight after any lect brought in; a few minutes with the : :' .,: ': '. ': :. .
bothered with committees whole ; On short notice for all classes of brick
It, He is duster will put the house in perfect '
agents. He often finds that both the order again, and even at the worst; .'.> .\, ;', and wood building

and the receipts are light Tho dust is not half eo bad as dixaeo. Andas I -v ".. 4' '. .f ." .
.. .. .
t& HeptlrlBg and small ,
jobs promptly
here quoted says that he is worn for the fear of draughts, with colds -
down to the bones after a few weeks and a thousand resultant evils follow > ..- atttniei to. ; ,.',

lecturing and that he never had as ing in their train nineteen-twentieth .
work when he was a deck of that Is imaginary and the other ;. Shop Corner Second and Ash Streets. '
aboard ship as he has had during twentieth is easily avoidable.-GoodIlouaek&ping. 'f; .

yearsin which ho has been on the \. ...... i AV. H. 3IANN, .
platform. His nervous system jT t ,
.'Poet Box 3d. 'Fl.'rnandlna. Flu.DENmATEQ.
been shattered by it-New York The ")lotlo." Wa a lleggar; Having. one of the best outfits in the State, andg ubU.<;r$
Fulton one time, went to see a tern r xf
pctnal motion machine, having a friend k being experienced Printers, we are prepared to do any
.taM. of the Air to a Locouiollt
with him After sitting and. listening
Experiments on the French railways and looking; intently fur. a few minutes, r 4 ,and every Undof Printing,
i-a ow that the resistance of the atmos Fulton' sensitively accurate for' and eye I J'
: to the motion of high peed trains told him that the machinery showed the .5 .. y'r I. PiWNOSsas.e
.often to half the total resistance. alternation of .
; i engines, of which the resistance recurring which comparative$ ". ;,
speed and slowness always come '
measured separately and found to .' ;/ I .
hand.t '
from a crank turned by '.'. .
19,8 pounds per ton at thirty-seven I anuhIws iTnery glen Lfi w er, .',, r
In spite of the opposition the enraged onhl Toa. !
r iIee again per tried.boar, were The resistance coupled together fell to exhl'\ mach lton* and Lis friend FROM A 500.PAGE BOOK TO A VISI \\1D: a..h1 It arise L eau) ba1 ,

seized the jerked away the

< pounds masked per the ton.first.The It second engine be ar table it stood on,found that ,a cord led n O:d est tb. ,'
by may
:.. through one leg and away under the WE LTHAT II,
t ; from this that by a suitable adap- floor, and' following the tract into the eserla.r.as w1 rid. Our .tidutn (.
of the front of a locomotive, elec- back found the "motion" nrW' .ea.
yard they a IeM"reyetydaw
or otherwise a saving of from 8 to venerable beggar seated on a stool I. < !titer M rttol w ei.twry ',.
cent. of the effective could i vlw l her esu :a
per power munching away (at a crust and grinding As> i Neat and as Cheap as any Office in Florida.
mado.-Electrical Peevlew.F.resw..a cnnk.-"ica iferald.Electric ... t : -' ,
at a ; ._- .
] -the-n..r Halls. away : :" ', ,. Of ...... SAVANNAH" Musk!?ous.' U
C..lu of ,
Nearly twenty years ago Dr. Wilks di P.p.r.. 'it ; .. .
Paper tubes are now being used asconduit. ':. '" .
attention to the curious fact that .. .1' "
"<. '
: for electric cables water,gas "" :'JI' ..., '10' J 'r'f. ...
transverse furrojr) always appears on W \0\
,; )
J/.C''t'; :
and other The method of their : -, r
purposes .
nails after a serious illness. Medics /0
j'i' ;'< .. Jr. .
.. the i manufacture it intere 1lng. The widthof ignored what they called vUdon ; ;'i- ', t' .. ;" EGM .

& opinions but little of attention Mr. WUks.in giving their :med.the 'given the paper lips ir. The equal paper to the..length first of run a $ :+ :: l .: :r( : > <. ., > 'F.es 1jr Eqle.

I through molten asphalt and is then rolled } .
interest In L
works. Recently a new ., .
as subject has been revived and patho upon a mandrel of wood the size of which ( ;" '6'' (Jar,' ePevu g. j&

societies have begun"an Invest] ,determines the diameter cf the p ja.. ,, :. ,. 1 a ,
One remarkable case shows nail When cool the inside of the pipe is covered ,(t : .
caused by three day's seasick with a certain kind of enamel and letot.P.E1ne .

,-Herald of Health. the outttlde with' a composition of bituminous JACKSONVILLE PRICES DUPLICATED ON FIRST-CLASS- WORK
lacquer and" sand and it is said .,:

If the foot' of a fly is put under the that a comparatively thin pipe will stand I ".f,. '.. ,;' ... : Caveat.; sad: 1I"-I'; is na.tatmd, and alt "
a powerful -New York I patentbalu.e! arMuuasatsSceaOva
.. of a good; microscope it may be very pressure. : 4 : ._ ./ Urrici u OrroM, l':. it I'iTtjiT Or7Waandweeausoturrpfett .
simple is the contrivance that i Tel t&1p."reeUc.1. I\:., .. ..... t 10 I.... Hmo att able to defy the laws of gravita .. 000&th.n .11...rclButv$4., WuhlUl(1on. '
... : : :
YM t .i
.loi..U..p .
I ..' ; Mood mtidilfdninBg M i'h''to with dnerip
l The foot is made up of two pads, I I Three rattle Sunday school boy In Fort e ..'\. ,:.: .. ...... ....' ;'>l!IiJ" linn. M'. urhe.ffearenfable i or l ./turf.setked., tree of ..
with fine short hairs with .
a "
Fairfield noticed that one of their" clash -' '; J. ; ": ;, Ch:1e.: VIIUK How to UUain falviiU.; ,
of curved hooks above them. Be I mate was poor and ragged. ThtoJ werethe' : : :. : with oaniM ot attval cUunt la TOUT;, iuworp. :
each pad is a tiny bag filled, with right kind of boys sq they didn'tmakg euuut10rw.D..tll. c l\r.w: 400?

liquid gum the hairs aLto being fan of him, but called a council to ,r t, << :Pattrat Office. __.W.uiiijiuTmil>. C.
filled with the sticky ", -
same ; consider what step could be taken to .
Notice efFlual Dlwrkarge.CIX .
!' I better his condition; and acting upon :-- t. "'.
t. .
their decision, started oat
they soliciting
la stimulants to the bead a
> ] applying i I elicit' present toy final account and
amount should ant be used and funds and obtained enough to bq>' so. vouchers ai AJmlnUrtratrlx of tb Estate of a
the quantity increased gradually, entire ruit ThatschoolerW.utlytrk'h > (ieoiyet, INxim, decwaod U to thrietuorable "
: : never carried to such an extent that practical CLrl tJanity.-u.& ,or :U"I" i vs end your orders for PRINTING, BINDING and tbl County Js. ..IKS of NanMiiLouuty, "VUtrMa '.. '
and auk tut' hDI'J .'l''k.:
are used indiscriminately and ten the Orders for either will + 'MrL.iMN) '
I ei State.
The Dale of Bedford prided< i j 'o\1taide>
;. of consequences.The on oppouiBjf ,all local laprorculLondon. ..' AdstaistratJl deeerted.kYrnaadida. EstateeUrorgs t3. M zea' '1' r4,(,!.. t:;

lIe was Utter foe e ?pn' from us. Address .:r '1
: accumulation of electricity gen Fla. Sept.87, llJOO :
S by the friction of belts in an en progress which: the metropolis DOW '" LM' /t : !

; 'room is often a matter of consider tiers peo wary to ber salvation'sj 3&OOHE c& KAN'tTCy.FERNANDINA. II':toUtrJ you wash b11 iMDSjipeient! prluMnf,.don,.,rkm ..
A little steam escaping fought every attempt to open''' #" -
annoyance. beca04e they off r lo do tt for !I.. tbaa
the belts U suggested as a remedy through his property FLA. brat,daaa omort are wllllog to work, .



TRI-WI 'BE LY >R. 14, 1801.

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t:' .'_ TllK; L'LOKIDAMOORK Ml1U1UltTRIWIa ; .. Cost of a Cup of Tea,

Probably, riot one person in a score BINE
.,.. .. KLY. ever thought whether! fl etop of. tenonst I CASH OR CREDIT.
;! .'"J MANICT) mbtlnhcrf. a cent, or more or l lest, but it is! 4' .
interesting! to know that on the bntis!

'. .,,4.. ft.lt.. .A.TKiRt. H-S. FOR .MX. MOKTIlS.. -. of 225: 'five ounce cum| from the '
--- --- .
: = PAPA "BYE-LOW." ponnd, thecobtntOOcrntspfr-|pound) Silverware I s
:- of leaf is but 2 cents for nine cups of Furniture and Honsefurnishing g Goods of .

.;+; A tlttl On Fani Away to the Croon of a tow, and if the quality bo raised to 75
Familiar Melod,. ants per pound, the expense only Comprises: the' following items: Bon Bon Trays, Cake "

j There died not long ago the little amounts to one-third of a cent per Stands, Berry Baskets, Butter Dishes, Syrup Pitchers, Every Kind and Description. .

daughter of a New York lawyer, who cup,Pit ry" Good Housekeeping. These Water Pitchers, Castors, Napkin Rings, Solid Silver Thimbles :

: approached composure that the ww dark ns river pathetic with as it.fl estimates i; free from are made adulterations on the\ basis prepared often Mugs, Cups and Saucers, Celery Stands, Pickle I Hotels, Boarding Houses, Ships, Steamers, Offices,

't I '"' was unusual. SheVM the eeoontl t of n proper| strength Stands, Sugar Bowls, Spoons, Knives and Forks, Sugar Lodges, Churches, Schools, Halls and Club Rooms, Private [.-

In the family connection t<\succumb Shells, Butter Knives, Salt and Pepper Stands, Jelly Stands. Residences furnished from top to bottom. We are _

to diphtheria." A few weeks before .'-M TO OUT line Of theme,node W. Iii Hid shall t>.constantly adding, With -
she sickened !she! had! known of the |f13 our tarn guarantee ot thetr belay the blfhett trade of good, to tot the largest dealers South selling -
1 illness and death of young( cousin had only kt. our store ENQRAV1KO DONE at,the factory without extra charge
and playmate, and, though not J. H. PRESCOTT.SHOES when 10 d.ltr.d.Hobby WHOLESALE AND RETAIL:
allowed at the bedside or funeral,

had been much impressed, and( had Horses, Velocipedes, Toy Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows .

asked question which showed. that Baby and Doll Carriages Child's Chairs, Dolls, Vases, Nov
the dismal features of the !apt rileewero Low Prices Fair Dealing! Prompt Attention!
full of horror to her. SHOES elties, Picture Frames, Toy ,Cups, Saucers and Mugs, Toy Tea

When she was taken ill it was Sets, Toka China Tete-a-Tete Sets, Large Dinner and TeaSets, You are sure of getting a dollar's worth for every

., \ carefully concealed fioin her that she Stove Pipe, Elbows. Bird Cages, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders

had diphtheria, lest she should'! be SHOES SHOES Fancy and Chi.a Cuspldores, Flags, Toy Pistols, Paper Caps, dollar spent with us;

frightened. It was a malignant Bird Seed, Gravel, Cuttle Fish,, Mocking Bird Food, Water Coolers .FERNANDINA OFFICE, .. CENTRE STREET
attack, and ran its course quickly, ''
' Umbrellas, Locks, 'Black Boards, Laundry Soaps, Clothes "
.says) the New York Times. The CLARE: <& LOFT'C"S.JFemt'.ndina. ,
! _, crisis approached, and nil hope was! Pins, Washboards, Wine Sets and Cut Glass Wine Glasses, Cake
", ..\abandoned.k Her father sat: by her LATE STYLES I Stands, Sauce Stands, Jelly Stands, Fruit Bowls, Syrup Pitchers, ., Jacksonville, and Houston, Tex.

side, watching her pale face take on PERFECT FITTING I Tubs, Buckets, Brooms, Curtain Fixtures, Sugar Buckets,
I 1 a graver pallor that had only one -

I.: meaning. The little girl's eyes were ELEGANT, GOODS I SaO"QV: : CA.SES, .
cloned! and in her father's hand her

,,' own nerveless fingers:: were held.! A NOTWITHSTANDING THE ADVANCE, Lanterns and Globes, Clothes Baskets, Scrub Brushes, Mops and .

tear wrung them.from The hN child agony opened dropped her -ATUNCHANGED- Sticks, Ammonia 10 Cents per Bottle, Mucilage-;and more bar EWEeMAKEetHINGSeDANCCOr'ILIJIONS O E

... eyes'wide.upon gains on the way. Space now stops us. Come and see THE


'ni well a* she could speak ; am I sOw ROOF IN A TOWN THE SIZE OF ,THIS I 0 come and look at

sick?-papa, am I going to die?" IN COATS !

. ... ,The question was earnest, and the T.A 1)1 i.:!(. .\. :U nI NTI-4' The Exposition Bargain House
,..: :' eyes searched his face for hope, but WALTZES IN WAISTCOATS !I1'OLKAS .

i .:.;..,_:. she minute Raw there she watched was none.him For closely a long, She and Slippers in all Grades. Second St., Near Gnu Centre Slji(see ia the till Electric E/dnlng Light) in our Wire IN PANTS !

Who shall say what that look contained
? Fear, entreaty, alFection, N.B, Wholesale and Retail. } J. UEHIE SMITH things have
! and, finally, renunciation-for, at CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES When I.rf>liiiiai draws the caper to his music, and. 'they -do
You should see the way things go. We are notFIDDLING '
length; with a little weary sigh, she ,, ,
turned nwAv. milliner liar face toward In Strut variety.nlonl HAVE YOU SEEN
the wall l :but ]leaving' her'hand\ c still FOE FUN !L
AIIir )/ mail have careful aUt.'n.lion. -
fast (in his'!
"Tana she ARid again, nfter a but for fortune We want money and we want trade, and we must have it. fo
: .. 'her to the old tune of -
.- brief silence! alai in the tone there II. I'llKSCOTT THE NEW.SPRING STOCK goes

'Br was -a low'touching" which resignation was a nursery, "sing FlJr''nn.dina. Fla. MONEY MUST ,: ': '

\ lullaby she had never with outgrown. the -----. --- '-OFJ&TKYDD'- come' and goods. must po. Lan bear our music. We have net mentioned prices.;
Although choking grief
They dropped down exhausted: long ago.GET. : '
stricken fattier complied, and so, .t. I .- .
holding his hand with her face FUn : '? r
tit the wall and in her rant the '
crooning familiar melody, tho little tCO..I- .
girl nut her death. ; JF NOT, Walstooa-
quitlly take. the Coats. to your arms' fold the to jour heart; prance.I into ,the
rants,'and take a whirl at '
That Third Party. IT WILL PAY YOU DO SO .
2Y' TO
Thu constant presence of a third frlL 1I THE HUSTLER' HOP !
party at the fireside and table, says ... '
Mrs. P. T Birnum in the Indies' If you are thinking\ about buying your
f, ,- : Where
will for
everything be slaughtered for thcvnet sixty days to make room
ts' ,,., .: ...,llome Journal, is C81't.'Ci"lIy.dilI\8'! L JEWELERS DRY Ppriritf goods.
f.; trous in the earlier.years: of wed luck"
.,. -, 'The presence of one who. ilt not ,"of ------- NUN'S VEILING, DRESS GOODS,

," rselvea" may often rutniiu what I, vr&r' 'nc....'- j GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS, W. J. LOHMAN's DRY GOODS EMPORIUM;
is: worst in uf; but' alas r it always ,

restrains what U beat.I : DRUGS AND MEDICINES l! SEERSUCKERS LAWNS, 10 North.Second St. :FEIUTA1TOZ1TA LA.
I ( .: There must always ha in the most!! SATTEENSSILKS, .
- - - -
f r perfect unions and the /beat ordered 1 __ HAMBURG EDGING AND LACES.Our .
ilres some little friction which will
once In while find eXprC8. ion. The stock is large and varied, and vie feel assured we can. show the finest SCHUYLEB
gentle protest! with which, if alone i EASTER :DYES ., nssortmcnt of choice goods ever brought to this city. We believe

'. with jour huuband, would disarm lOo 4'Colors-only lOc. in quick sales and Email profits, and we make it n ruling ,

his fracliousncsa, dies in your limit: 1 )principle to sell every article at a email profit, .
because/ of the third person Tho I I but of thoroughly reliable quality.A 'f '-I, '.' ,

... loving caress with which you would A FULL LINE OF fine line of NEW SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS .", :
i .. clone hid lips and make him ashamed AND BOYS, of latest cut and finish. We are agents for Browning, King .f. ..:: :, '-..' ...*i vDEAtEUS IN ,..l t

of if you himself were a paralyzed.as impossible If nristmder to you IH FANCY AND TOILET'ARTICLES I It A- Co Suits made to order and fit guaranteed Mattings specialty.. ""..;'.*" .

stood, pride will not let you explain '
and you retort indignantly: j or, nt t "
best silent ,with _. -. --- ---
keep an aching
heart, and in time you grow to hate MILLHSTEBYW In Oent'd Furnishing, Goods;; Hosiery nnd Gloves. A large Block of and
Ladies Gents' and Miss BOOT AND SHOES at bottom Family
.'. that third person who may, be nu FallcyGrerios
angel of light, ,but who is none the prices.Ye are agents fur E. 1 P. Reed & Go's Ladies' fine
Shoes and the celebrated W. I. Shoes. '
less eating holes in your marriage Douglas .
''oj garments./ i JBSrOrden by mail receive'prompt attention and all 1 orders amounting
,,?.'( It may not bo po8sibla ..>jvthout! S rRNijND! !SVMMS R G GOODS D! to ten dollars and over sent freight! prepaid .
: neglecting n sacred dutffto have "
.i .. w' -----AND- --

.:".. ,, "..: {Iour house e you entirely, ARt you to yourself value ,your butt J. & .DP.: ; ICYD3D: ,

: ..;', mutual,,, and happiness, be in TStAHDtFLOWERS.S; Northeast ,corner Centre and Third SU., .

-. i-' flexible in your resolution to",ktfr-p @'-Niw YOEK Omcz:-83 Walker St.l'} FERNANDINA FLA.
some waiting hour out of every 21 : TABLE: DELICACIES I
'. when thqjl reside shall b't sacred to itN 11GCK1CL, -- ,

you |vJ Jour husbands when you HENRY W KING & CO N. B. BORDEN & CO.,' '. ? .
'_. !1L each 'other ypur*thoughts) :"alt,.near Sixth Strw'U._ 1 ., ::: : :. 1: "
fear Wlth ,
,yo ir"JIOpt'il and > no FERNANDINAFLA.Lumber "
TICK. (SuooeHon to Angel& Frlaud,) i '-i.: <; -
: : 'Ikstran4 rintermeddiiAgwhyourjny. .
N4'"Ccllti.c; :
.. : Street
t.. i} Perfumed for:ft Thousand Yeajs., for Site for Court-House. Bakers i Confectioners Merchants : Ship BrokersAGINTH '..* "\ .* ., .". ., '..;sFERNANDINA :

.: The Mosque of St. Sophia, inSlfn- .' : .
Btantinopleis always fragrant with VfOTICE II IIEHtnY Give that the nard FOIl ,,
the odor of musk, and has been, so 1\.111.of.....count. \.K, lit thi-lr(1enmlN.Lmeri.lui nltii l iiyurnBndlti uCotinty*,uutll It AiD DEALERS IN < \ The lationJ But of Ue Slat tf florida, -<
for of it .'ekrs ,\0r "(,J M M.MMilrd I otn for
hundreds yearn, ever jincji (lit 4MBM*. Pffm bws uurt.llittuwiruTTTouttly. Groceries and Proyisioilsla JACKSONVILLE, KLA FLORIDA.T .
was built in the ninth ggnturthe III H.M oxen luTut tw til writlnK.ntl ,
kb qnit'ipv dluiiakiuni ol itM oflt-nsj n4ua.c EXC1IANQE BOrtJHT AND SOLD ..ATlJANKERS'
curious of it
being nothing 13i
part .
( I.wst na,kgo'ther with prlc. irked The W. Cor. Centre \ \ ., t .
in done to keep i it pcriVcd. The laud ofll rol niu"( be ituUHl |la Ui* lit;of Ker- IU'tl4.NEW -- r
eandlue unit mint\ Iw Dot IVM than 1J5: Awl
Evolution to the eecirujBjJ stery lies qirnra.. Otff ra should\ till wldmned W IVurJ of 10&K: ornci $2 WALL STREET
( CVuiiintmoaeni., lernkniUik,. FERNANDINA >A.1 .
In the fact that wfSff'it was built Vniul* 14. and en- FLOr.p --- -- --- -- ---
dnnrd "Ol\un\ tat wl of J. STBEETYUE.ALDn
1I'k'ED 1 B. C.
over J.QOO years' ago;lhe stones and W. nOYT.: '. I ,
bricks wtre..,}loid< 'In motar mixed Chairman: Oio. t:.Bnud ttuirr County, Clark O.mmtwtuneAltoS \ WNOTICE. V
Best Bread in the C
with A sglutipnof! musk ---- --- *" City,]; LUMBER MERCHANT IN ..-
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world Queer ttsople1 are i XTOTICK IS HEREBY n1YENtuttheOWnty HEATING
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me1 and.wdmeia by tboumant. Buttering JA Uxnuilariwiera, dnr Naauu bouutj will Nciv -
MaUtd" hide, at the Clerk ofti.. until exam "W. T. PROCTOR
: 'W' frotZ"ala"l .orta of diseases, bearing ally of Majr 12, meet tit lh. of bonds of aal "
: count to the amount J"- Maid bonili wUI ,
manueniof alu, their all
> II.cnlllns' on
| l..r lut nMt at the nut nIsin ((0) Iwr nut.mt Stoves Stoves
-;. hytiiclani and "getting: : uo better, but aanum and wilt t.* |..,able twenly I yon burn WHOLISALC DEALER'. -
dot l lame (with luivUtwc of MI.mi4k.1 Inwhult I -AXD-
rather worn, when right .*liau'] there'sa I;or In pert U
/" remedy which says H ca bclp them ,tho. iity nfttrtof, liili-lMX heTruto.ofC.u"gSnideof..Id uu Mid Ir.al.l alit! ba parable ; : TAXTOTWOOIDS.. r
bt't'&llII8l.t'" helped tlKNiMtiidit like them. \l.auDuallr. IB ttit 'li; ,or rtni.uullDa. >u.,or BEEF PORK MUTTON Tinware 4 Fixtures
lu thcftlrof N w\ork.N. Y. at u|4'loo of hold- jj ji ,
A oothtU' patrnt-metlictne! ad lvcrtleinent vn. AlllHda: Wall I .|nxify b. auwunt of txmdi FEENANDIMA. FLORIDA. .
bid Ce.tIoe' dtuuinhiattiiu rnqulivd, tin.
Yen but of the
you fiaT. not : ::4..tla. .:
whcutha bidder will nuinply with { The T. O. BOX 188,
ordinary! norL The ine'llein i I. lr Onmniuiiloncra. rMtxr*luo riIIb& to mitt any orallliM II. J. BAKEn:; PUMPS' .. .ZTC. ETC.
rierre'ii Golden Metileal Uiiooverv, and .
lildi fhouM b*a.1 JrcMed. to Gen E.Wolff.Cl rk -
It'li dilI'renfron: \ the orl\n.r1I1l111trunll( of the Utrcult Court fur Nuwn. Uwuity, Kemaudina. _. ATTORNEY liD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, West Side Second Street
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In tltU-: Fla.audMidorMl HM for tb' t I rR>:DW :HOYT, liJ'!' FERXASPINA, FLA. .
It doe what it clatuu V> ,or it ends Chairman Roan of Oouuty OoiuiubHlouvra. -
yea HOth'HJ I AtUM: OKUTOLKX r. WOLrrCotk.R.EwA1. 11 rILL prattle* la th a Ownn. 8taa..4 ,EEBNANDINA FTtJirA.:
traoTOa'a oL .
.U tbl.0'1 driwglnt tyUPHOLSTERING. '
The UiifetatwOiMuU
'" way t Ilftl your IT & ,
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r, tUX fur a bottle. Vuii-jWJ the Ji- : w. .
Best Beef M t ti1Frce
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: re(Lions, and you full(iw.t.fei. Yon get -
better, or ,hm' If'yW! ) do, buy : Oil THE MQIIT OF THE Silt IX8TC .
you you ) uiulc. ItnW" Ian ,I. .Jii-PLUMBING and DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY. Orders
%, a Wlr*my" nun. a In ouof .
Dottier uuttt and l I-rltsi"iart"thor., It ,
haat tow foet trtuimod biwt MoChtlbutaaddV
you dou't fret 'butter you "uit your money .. avarty; sew.a Ultb K.a....l ou; the DickI.p.14 '. !k, a ..mil riMT-rrrjusG, J>gOfeTWr, for TINSMITHING, GUTTERING and ROOFINO'wUl receive the
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bai'k. And the l tills I U that no, queer
..... rttrytwHle attention. Stoves at store
til promptest purchased wilhbe
many 1-I..Ie| J are Milling Ui l trskk''a hew; "'tward.... ,ft 0 w..BR c "' 1'4 she Lv a .t."< 'man prumt Uixfat>llr 4iamu aoUcftwt., * a the reinody's: M pear at baud aP 1 SYe.' rate, brarWe cuy_ up free of charge. deel ljMAROH
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