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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 17, 1891
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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TRr-WEEKLY-VOU It, HO. 70. WEEKLY-VOL XIII X0.47' > ; rERNANDlHA. FLA.$"UESDA Y, MARCH 17, 1891. < SUBSCRIPTION, $$2.50 PER YEAR ; SINGLE COPY, 5 CENTS: .

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,HEADQUARTERS FOR Nassau county has only four disabled The (bankrupt tale at Ibr'CUyMa ; M Personal and Social Notes. I I The Teachers' Convention- at Tampa.: MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

.: soldiers of the Confederate ,commenced today. Theattpulauoo >tr. and Mrs. S II Hrrnnndca, of To tin Rlilon of tit Mirror: POET OF Fi'UDIlU..

army who are receiving pensions is large, but the bidding.n6t }Pcnsaoota, are in the city. TIle meeting of the lIChO'l.l'( people! nrnll '''ft'-( .!'rR4r. t''..A 1W ttltC) .

BUTTER AND CHEESE. from tho State of Florida. lively anticipated.: The sale will Mr. Thomas Dowlnga! prominent of the State of 1"lorlt1.\.nt; ( Tampa Tuesdsr .................. t>.*.3 I'" t.rtp. m "
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The love that jumps out at the I t Inj dotinued tonight and until the miSinan\ of"Lake City, it: in town. thing of the past. Every county .\\.Nt""I.thuraray. ............... aslant I.Warn!: 3.10pm&if P al\ .,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. window when poverty comes in at cntirejstock ia disposed of. .\ -'folt'V.
j ,the door could much more easily r' The Manufacturers'' Record % father of the rector (pf St. Pvter, from every State-even from the far Ie". .)'..'...y...............A..".-' Ml 7.11a a m m 7fepus$. $ n m
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crawl through a key-bole. Baltimore has for years! made' olt arch, was taken suddenly ill rarlySuhday us, ? ..IJ et am p nrSAIL.e.
FRED
W. HOYT AGO;
., -I ri.... t* Ex-Caar Reed must have felt very '!business of reporting every n'&w morning, but.we are glad to to time during the convention warmly r.'tl' tt .s.. R.o'. c. ItartiW'',
"cheap" when he heard of the unani: manufacturing concern, from a dfet- I loarn that he is recovering. complimented our sunny State on HrNn. Yew: Yer! : 4

We have a Splendid Hue of CON mous votetendered ex-Senator In. ton gin to a furnace, every new miningcornpany Among the passengers who nre ,to tho interest manifested within its if! HiNw.. ,," :

F&mONERY' and CRACKERS.See : gulls for the inphrtiality and ability <<: and every bank stalled art'to today by the State af Texas, limits in education. It is impo i- Ictlll Bteamnehtp! (t'h"epheSlea.uhlp| Yorkohtr% (Pr.K. ArtmM, f.>

our goods and get prices. with which he presided over the anywhere in the South. This information fro:A New York, is Miss Emily Suyxlam ble to give a proper estimate of l'b :hate l U, Mlo ( Ur). nryant kcmdiM;, .

: .; FRED w. IIOYT & co. Senate's deliberations. I 1s read by thousands bf \ of Elizabeth, N. J., who comes teachers present ; suffice it to say frig/; men: M. Mitchell, Small, U; Wl lit
people! all over the United Statop .. that the gospel tent, where wo assembled King* Perry.Miixiner" .
The Palatka Times says "Jackson 'oA a vfsJt: to Mrs. S. )y.;Swa.nn. -' K F. (". irnrloyGn
and'Is often republished by hundredsof was crowded to. its utmost 81'1"on..r". B:. 8, Newman, rthcppnrd, to
ville and Fornandinaliave combinedto J Ir. Chas II. Berg, JariuoJ j- .f \Isn.'' 'k s.''n .
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SENSATIONCUTPLUG other papers that look to the s1avft. : It ... '.. ... ,
secure the jetty work at !St.:: John'sbar Mnn lhcturers' Record TiwMtirtJoR, lyw tero red to -.TnUIII \-_, dally: ,. iJurlng the short Intermission rilla.r..t RUKKIIII. r

;j" but wo are unable to get the tion this section. for The informa resultis 1 /ascctotakedortemcelinni t f ,, ..- all ifraused themselves walking and !fifell Schooner t UniMioonor Kranm. C. Cotton, Ayres, to J. ,
of those who form the For- about ; 1 of" the Floridian! { .
names c department riding this historical Myr( It \Ve"vtr. Weaver, to '
over city.
TOBACCO. thit every new enterprise, and the Coney' A Eckitin
nandina of the "combine. I (X WDaGosta.
part in which it is located tely purchased by Everone visited the Tampa Ray i Schooner Unle E. I Denniian, HmM: to .
town
... are
---- The beautiful display of mil- ; John Micll .t lira.Scliooncr .
hew widely\ advehisod without cost, and t.Wicklylle.req., promtifcntly Hotel. Truly this magnificent build HaUte Turner Ulan.
,..Tfie. r1, supplied at lowest prices linery at King's Bazar, bespeaks of great good often results. The Record connected with the prosmit ing deserves all the hJinirutioa it rocehod. -

,b* :Ace../FRED; spring. They have just received a (invites\ all information of this character t pn of tho Italian as aMtns! of Chief Standing immediately opposite hntq( for Maintaining Health.

:.. ,.**%: ... _... \V.___IIOYTJk__CO.___ largo and well selected line of springand I: and everybody 'in the South 1 cnneesy,at New Orleans,.to thought (tho city across tho IlilUboro: Whcrj the health! is! fairly good,J,

.; summer millinery flowers ,and* I should tako an interest in seeing that t bo a son of Col Jno. O. Wicklyfle, river; which is spanned by :a magnificent and put them tho is ho special, tho strain normal. to be* .
upon system impolite
DIXIE+ PLOWS ribbons, in endless qujn ities, that journal receives the earliest'.t'{ho lived in this city shortly afterthe bridge, which was throngedall may ho trusted to indicate tho "

: B. Af Kiva fe Co. 'liotlcCjS that can possibly to given pf war. Colonel Wickliffe was a the timo with visitors coming{ kind and quantity of food necessary ,

' O N IrY': The citizens of Jacksonville; seemto such flew' enterprises of the en- brother of Mrs D. I* Yulec. and going to and from tho hotel, it is to maiutnm that condition. Naturally ,

; be at a loss" as to. what use they larg ment of those< now, pl. in opera-. "')jtr. Jno. 0. McGiffm was on a safe to say this building is second to changing tho seasons nppetilq and varies! unices with it Indicates the.. '

--.ilii2 50 can put their exposition buildihgC V rislt i homo-Saturday night and Sun- none in the United States. Wo have i, .
.i .. :;: '''j jUon.1 \ an unreasonable extrcmo of indulgence
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strictly commercial River Junction good cause to be proud oC tho improvement
Speaking from a & to
.f" -' !*. the office of Fre/l'W.:: Jloyt & Co. y. returning ; or abstinence, no attention
.'* -. AT--.: .. standpoint, we think it would snake yesterday afternoon. Mr. McGiffin of our beautiful State. I neixi IKJ p.xid: to any other monitor.
;" a better beer garden that any thingelseJasper might appropriatojhs Jxj styled the informs ua!: that tho condition of Mr. will write again when I have time to Much harm is done by injudiciousor
FRED W. HOYT &; CO'S.ellreral Maritime: Excharf&: ctf l meddlesome friends] suggestingthat
.. News. has pull myself together.I .
George Henry improved very
What isn't inoVnXbe'w about the is thin
,. [ a person too stout or too ,
Since its organization the American shipping of this[ PQ \1l'rn't worth much, and that strong hopes are give below a copy of resolutions too pale or too ruddy and serious

Legion of Honor has paid out wbilo trying t Wjjnelsewhere.. entertained for hU early and complete adopted by the association by a rising disturbances of the system often"(ul-
J> dally to ant vote. K. llAnniso.v.DyaU low time mischievous advice to take
$17,050,278.21{): besides placing in restoration to mental. vigor.
l-CE part of the city. Orders There ate 01 fit/in|< ( office tt'Gw dome bitters or pills, or refrain from
left at the store promptly safe investments, (ban emergency York 11* aid .and Maritime : Among the valuable books at the JV{ Ihrch JO, 1SOI aliening food) or drink. 1'uylngat- :

attended to.? fund, the sum of $523,098.5o, The Register, and \ complete record" i is public library is a'oomplcto set of Resolved, Tbat't'h; thanks of the cntion to any of these f.ula is like

Terms cash WHITSKBBETLEOTIONS.kSenCYLa1Lu'w' membership of the order Is ',now kept of "every' vesseF entering the : Shakspeare's worLs; in eight handsomely Florida Stale Teachers Annotation be layln> !# with fire. If you are ill

.. -, .: ,. -' nearly .63,000 and constantly'*in- poit. :Thiar record shots the date of bound volumes, donated by I tendered to tho citizens of Tampa! fur enough to seem) to warrant any radical : i.
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'courtesies extended to the members of chnngo of diet or
creWng.: any (
J> arrival, name and rig of each vessel, ; Captain William Sharp, of Old Town. the Ansodatlon.neoolved of medicine, consult physician -,

ton W. Happenlnc Excbaaf:ml,CUpplnn, from- Our There have been only 15 deaths the captain's! name, where from, at 'Captain spa Mrs. Sharp have always That thanks bo extended to at once. Above nil, avoid your advertised .:

TUB'MIRROR one month, 25 cents. Amelia: Island this year. Two of w'hlt.wh. loading, where bound shown n most liberal spirit in Cur.thorlng proprietor of hotoU and boarding houses quack medicines. To use the opin- :' :
these were white-one an Infant when loaded, and date of sailing all good works. How fortunate that have given reduced rates, also to ion of successful dealer in them, <.
Weeapopka Lodge, & of II., meets and the Other young Charley Dorier, hence; All tho marine news of the it would be for Fernandina and private.familton that have opened their whoso hank balance is more liberal -

this evening. who tied by drowning. Of-the 12 port Is wired daily to tho New York the., association if more of our people doors to our member than to noil his," conscience If fool, they a little are mado debilitated -
Silks Resolved That tender thanks you
our
Black. 33c. a yard, at coloredS wero girls,4 boys 3 women, Associated Press and Jacksonvilfo were imbued with a similar spirit. to the prl.1fll'! the we city fur reports they take: : the coca/ tonic ; cut plenty...r

J, & T. KYDD's.Regular I and 3 men. The ages ranged from Timee'.Union_ and mailed weekly to Speaking of the removal of Mr. hare published: of proceeding, also to of fresh ripe& fruit and vegetables, x I

t meeting of city council half an hour'to eighty'years.. the Maritime Register. Tnabhaaonalsoeerreatsits.eblppb.liatefronr and Mrs. C. W. Lewis from Pulatka the press of tho State at largo tor their especially oranges; drink lemonade andjust ,; ."1

-tomorro>yitiglit_. ".-:> ...........'. "Thewindows at*"King's Bazar tC'3decksouvilloeaJae..Ti asae lilodlr.*urvlriBa iajHiblinhlnx the preliminary and when unusually fatigued,
i Wtow yetiring; Urink: a glass of '-emmilk '::;-
Jos. Schlitz export Milwaukee beer' present n most attractive appearance tho record in, Messrs. Hoyt & Co's Mr. J.cwis'bilo he has been withus notices of the amiocTatiob. 'n* hot as can be taken in largo ... _,

can be obtained at A. tail's. just now, the principal features being office Besides doing a regular ship has been faithful in his duties various Whereas railroads, The different throughout lines the of fl.at.; the sips. Walk reasonablyand sleep in ,
business this firm char and made hosts of friends who pure jvir. If a few days of this sort
The steamship Ilessle has finished spring bonnets and bats for ladies, chandlery regret have kindly made low rate of tranntortation -
loading with phosphate i children's hats and lace caps, ribbons ters numerous vessels, and it beingan to see him and his good lady [ to and from Tampa fur teacher ho of home body and treatment mind fill to their to bring proper up

Drafts from $50 to 8100, 25 cents)I and other. trimmings. The stock of established! houso and having leavo us. We trust our loss maybe and officers of the Florida StatoTeachers tone, Call in your doctor and follow
been selected with advertised liberally is one of the 1 their gain and they rest Association : .
each at Bank Fernandina. goods there has may his advice.-Juliet Coraon in Harx
good taste, and cannot fail to please. best known in shipping circles in assured that the good wishes of our Be it Resolved, That the thank of >r's ll.irar.: .
All of schoolteacher have returned tendered the .
our this association bo to
homo from the Tampa convention John Campbell, a negro man, was the Southern States.: I people go with them, wishing them officer of the raid railroads: and partlcalarly Women and Men. .

brought in from Callahan last night all happiness in their new home, and ,to that genial and courteous A writer in the l'hrenologico.lJour.

by Deputy Sherid'ltobinson.. Campbell Our Spunky Police.Fcrnandina's i that success"may attend Mr. Lewisin gentleman, Cajit. A. O. SlacDonwll, general nal, in article on tho comparative
Hay, corn, oats, bran, rice, flour is charged h stealing 850 and police force ia notverylargeo.eitber his further life and business." pasnenger agent of tho old reliable. strength of men and women, writes
in any quantity at in weight; or numbers Resolved, That tho thank of the association u. little sarcastically when ho (or she)
two boxes of from tho ,
FRED W. UOYT & Go's. cigars express ; but that the persons composing Hart's Road Items. tendered, to Superintendent lays : "Tho Mexican woman is able ',:
Banker Cooky's breast was deco. agent at that place. lIe was brought it have plenty of "grit there is not I The n1u h-nceded rain has come, Cucholti and Principal Graham and the to carry her household goods ou her ..: :.

before Justice Stayes this morning, the least doubt as the events of Saturday .' and our farmers are busy planting. other member of the local committee back, with two or threo babies on I .
rated with $100 bill in honorof ,
a today,
who committed him in default 'I. top. when change of location ia .
to jail show. Quite a good congregation: gathered who have contributed *o largely to make t.'
night
: gt. Patrick. of $200ond.\ plainly at the school-house last Sundayto the convention a tucccsa : Alto to the desirable, while her husband trudges .
want beer call About 8 o'clock Lewis Johnson, a bravely along carrving his gun." :
When you good fort I A few nights since Captain John I bear RQV. Mr. Temple preach but choir ;
colored man, was acting in a disorderly Resolved obligation The writer states that among the
Schlitz Milwaukee to be That "o recognize our -
export ; ,
.* I Barr was crossing the creosote yard, manner when Officer Courter was disappointed by the nort-appcar- to our State Superintendent savages the woman: is just as healthy ) ;.--
A. Steil's.Messrs.
at home when he stumbledover of tho as tho man. Considered as an -animal ;,
en route told him be was wanted. Johnson ante preacher. Russell for hU pleasant greeting, his

Lohman' & ElGabineto ,' a ladder: and.stepped on a plank resisted, backing against the walls of Mr W.:G. Henderson !shot! a quail wise !instructions, and. hi* earnest appealto woman from is physiological capable! of standpoint more hard, a

factory, commenced the. manufacture containing 'a number'of ten-penny a building and defying tin officer Saturday evening, and when he wentto the association as chrintlan men and work, of enduring more hardship; "
of cigars today. nails. One of these penetrated his to arrest him. )lr. Cour pick up his game found that he women to follow the example of the deprivation and disease than a man. .
In ,the court this morning half inch had killed and snake at Great Teacher, as we return to our A will enduro whero '
city foot, nearly an inflicting a ter whistled for assistance, and two quail. a women a man
Godfrey* lIel ck len, plain drunk on very painful wound; but the captainis Officer Starratt on the the same shot labor! will succumb and break down en. "
appeared Bo it further Revived t, That the above She is
ircly. not the <
tho. streets, was fined $5. all right at present. scene. The two men made rush for Mr E. G Hyde, of Chester{ was resolution be published in the leading weaker Vt'S"t.!! and certainly naturally in some ,..'':.

Beautiful: plaid and striped ginghams Mr. James McGiffia yesterday received Johnson, who kicked Starratt in the here last Sunday. papers' of the State ant a copy I be respects a woman it constitutionally .

in an endless variety, at 'a letter from his brother, Mr. side, jerked Courier's club out of his Miss Mattie Hepderson has been forwarded to 'apt. A. O. MacDoncIl at the (superior _And then that disputed .:

J. & T.. KYPD'S. Thomas Bailey, who left here two hand and struck him over the head suffering with a bono don on her Fernandina. question of woman's inferiority ;: "-

The total pro rata value of all rail- weeks ago for his home at Phillips, with it Starratt knocked Johnson hand but is improving.Mr. 'D, the committee'. cN', R C. PtIUctci, on I is touched account upon of( lemur l in such quantity) a manner of brain as '.;;'.... ."-

road track and rolling stock in Kas- Wis., stating that when he arrived down, when the latter bellowed ). II. Whitcmore, of Dutton, Volu )a county to lead one to infer that the writer is t'

gnu:county is 543059.82 there the thermometer was 30 degrees worse than tho bulls of Bashan, his spent last Sunday at this placeRIENe.: II; D, WCBBCR, woman, taking un tho cudgel <.;

Imported Sweitzer cheese received below zero and snow falling heavily. : cries being beard by citizens four KJbuII1OII, Bravely In behalf of her sex. The r
Quite a difference between that andFlorida's and five blocks distant and lessen oounty. passage( reads as follows,:
by last ,Mallory steamer. Call at pro- O. F. Avery "It M sometimes argued that a woman
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Whitner & Schuyler's. usually balmy weather. I' ducing the impression that some 1U for' sale;: Bear in Mind is naturally weaker and inferiorbecause .k,5'r:;

'. Josh Watson, a car coupler, bad Many years practice have given C. .terrible calamity was at band, The 2 fin. :'rear-old celLI > That the premise -Lot 8, Block 40, the average weight of her .. '
I One doe corner Tenth and Ash street (until now brain is from four to six ', .-
A.SnoCo.., solicitors of patents, colored people flocked to th6 spot by tar very 4-yearoIJ j punccs less "
bis hand severely mashed yesterday the hundredsbutnobody Interfered Ono 6-year mare heavy in foal; occupied by the Hon. O. I.. 1a1t! J1)-) than that of the average man, and -4
while! engaged in his.ftork: ,., at Washington; D. 0., unsurpassed Also several good .buggtai and $ ,OQO can r"e' I-CRCIUDKO) ; or secured underawe that thus her intellectual quality in '. ':" .

Do jou ,wane fine oysters Manuel success in obtaining patents for all!] with the officers who handcuffedJohnsop sbtogles, e by the month or year, upon reasonable lees\ as well as her physical/ But ;',:'.
classes of inventions. They make a and took him to jail Chief term when the size of a woman's brain ia .l -",, .',
Mattox Centre street wharf, can Queer world} Qtierrt' >i4f f Uer are
specialty of rejected cases, and have Higginbothara and Officer DeFee house contains 8 room al1> supply you with the best. t the men and women by tlmwaivUiwffuriimfrom weight of her body it is evident that .:.
sjecured: allowance of many patents were in a distant part of city all aorta of diseases, touring all Location ono of the healtlikwf in the
Chairman Hoyt,of t tb'e county commissioners that had been previously rejected., when the row began but reached manner of pain, ipeodio their all onpliynkjatui city. l Ihc} lIel1t utltrLl.l t>rhOOtl. Abon-l. a woman has more brain per pound '.
than and if be
a man that a
is tending t>ut new circu- Their advertisement, in another col.bmnJ the scene in time to help escort and "getting no better, but ant supply of artesian and cistern water.Large standard of then proper
woman
100x100 feet,oon'taining fruit comparison, ;
yard.
lars relative to the county,bonds. will be of interest to Inventors, Johnson to the lock up. rather worse," when right at hand there'ia tree and flower Orrnraiknt to beach\ [gibe' superior. -.
tend off for tallow when afterward five remedy Which says it can help them .
Why you patentees, manufacturers, and all Shortly some four or railroad and within one block of Centra .
can get the .pure article for 6)' ,cents who haveJto do with patents. sailors endeavored to enjoy themselves because it'a., helped thousands like tbem street. Bankrupt Sale. ,'
Another palent-m dielne advrrtiae- A slaughter of dry The. : :
great :
gog g.
pound at J, Klarers ? *" kicking over dry goods for teruM toBAM'L.. .
by apply
per Owing to.indisposition of Judge carat," you Bay. Y *--Imt not of the lock of the late firm cf rw uert I. Tavtl' ...
Thepring equinoctial period set Baker boxes, barrels, etc., and didn't think ordinary aort. The medlrin I.1 Pr. U.ljwu"; will be sold, under .ie Scbuyler was
Acting-Mayor .
in Saturday night, and the weatherhas deal oat to the force sufficient to check them in l'llJl'ce' UoU.n Makes Phwowry, and Cornet-Centre,--and--Fourth W* 8berl f, on Tu kl.,. March lath, 1891. ': "\,.
ready to
been anything but pleasant ever justice yesterday their disorderly' ,conduct But the It'.*different from ordinary DO tru M Homeopathic and neetro-Homeopathic) I&W to commence at 12 o' Iotk noon.- t -.
violators of ordinances but at .' ;
city ; IntliU- -, and tMffne. fi
srncethen. plucky police soon convinced them Eemedies, 6eepusitle uo N,
The: -- none of the culprits were present to by arresting the entire party. It dHI! what It itUifM to do, or 0 ease At Itev. J. IlMkeTa offio, Ash. near J. T. O'NerLL, R..trll .
Fruit Exchange: advises grow answer, their bonds of 15 each were "1Ja, With atr". Toothache drojw, eoughioamgvH \ <
TUB MiBRoa ii glad to note the for Bale.oealfal ""
era to bring their oranges forward estreated. Here and I The way W this: You pay yow dr are their names efficiency of the clty'n police force, 1 gist |140 fur a UUto. You revel tM direction pauaova aahworm pills,, Ytaeat lofatfon. In time... city of .
and think it
does will
not pay to charges them John Began headache pUk. earn and wart owe, ooik! '
against : and hopes that they may continue to *, and you follow u..... Yon get : F.rnandhrs. Two 100 fttt KfUM lots !In -;;
bold the fruit longer. K. Kelly John TON, disorderly conduct be a terror to evil-doere. bettor, or you don't. If you do, you bay and cholera .drops Hamam tUiatroa4-, 10M.i Uoclc. ; hkh fMuod)
One cue handsome satteens, ; Charles Herman cuing profane Order your tlolhtng of W*. J. Lohmaa, another U>Ul4 sod perhaps another. If oduU ext arnica .dr., croup awl 1 1 U laud im><9n-9aM} nwUm. en lot 1. -e ;
French designs, in patterns, at the, language. Don Ellis, charged ftOTOt for Jaocib KiTi Son' 1'hiladel- *<,u don't pt better, you trot your money cough drop'', whoApiog cough drop.,,. igbtorlwMid) lnn"'J I.-City water ,.
made to order clothing. Fit and lack. ADd the queer tfdsq l I. that no teething dl k", tape worm remedy, earache and now .brick. 'TstB|*,*-fourtli iIJ,'
remarkably low price of 15 centsper with disorderly conduct. by fighting., quality pqjaft guaranteed 1600 mjdWat. the many peopto are willing to. M sick when drops[ eye sale! etc. iHunpbUli. I rash ; balance on tta*. AddNM A., rare'W
yard, at J. & T.: JVYDU'S. entreated, his $10 bond. More &0 aele from 4 the, feu..ay'leu near at hand. and p pap' rii.for Instruction. Hfaw eshl.I haava oADw. W ,I' "
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ike 'ivvIbtiariot0 )tledircetet! mot..1. rorcc. I 4hi ,ytiq The Clyde Steamship ''Co.I .

"Power Thfoftgh BprjMM by Ann co" $ ; \ ?

11 Paysem Call, ta Irttte book that ought < I
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H. FAIRBANKS 101 f H S a ,
MOOR A MANUCY ptlalt/M1at' to be twef! ol to persons who are suffering : I

------- tinder nerroiH strain. Miss\ Call tells ns Q P:=J 02" 3 I .' ,

FeIUAt\lSA.t FLA. MA'. 'IT 17 IS'Jl./ dq ..3 SrF ,'
\. ( of a German phyvMan who came here 01 .
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to practice medi&oe. Patient after "
Indian and German Is a queer tnlxtnrei pa H <=> 5: O g fcS : I

i of blood, yet the Wild Went show baa titnt called on him for relief from nervous M. ......... r.. .. ..!...... I I "- ,

in Its domefitio arrangements inch a prostration. It waa a trouble,he had H G: .:: C.tJ 00 UL I

mingling. That big chief, Standing tot known in Germany, and he thought 10'; .. Ei gtiANOINP'OCLD

Dear, is married to a German wife. It the matter over carefully and finally n I

will be interesting to know whether pronounced the disease "Americanitis. C7 =

J'- their sons will be more inclined to sealp-] ,Nearly all in this land suffer from Americaaitis New York, Charleston and Florida' Lines.

",' ing or metapbr; lOl. and it is Ides Gall's task to tell "J ..ex:: c p., 9O' ..

as how to relieve I it. r'Q C a The Magnificent Steamships of this Lino are Appointed to

The step from the sublime to tberidio- TIM "power through repoee" which H -- Sail as Follows : ((CTAMUHDU1HC,) -

moue hal certainly been Uken by A the indicate Is imply a relaiationof W mAL, l'lnIS, 1373.W. from .Vrw "ol'h, I'roiu Jnrkvonsille. .

brother-in-law of Dr. Koch. While the all the muncles of the bode, a simply! letting .J tPler2oB.it.i( ) 8TKAMFH IlorlilM. .

them go, and falling together as 23 I b48 BAKER & Go.'S 'ndav, t'vb.17th: at 3 PW .yKMlNUI.K ....Tlunxdaj, Zilch Mh/ al l 1130i.if..
German hu been drawIng
great professor 2t Mon far Mch 24. at a rx.....JROQI'OIh..Sunday! Mel 8th, st Imr.M
the eyes of the world upon him by limp M a wet toweL Then new power pi UJ Wortoi-erfar.: ,.. Meb 4th, at 3 r.x.....A1AIUhtitIN.Tueadr, ') )., Mch KHli, al".. 4.00 A.M.
hla discoveries in lymph LU brother-in- can tire: along our nerves to our tired 1 :zQ. I Otli, it! 8 r.M.... "CHKiWKKf.Thu..Y.: IIt.h 12th, ai o'UIJ) A.II.

muscle;, whether of arm, finger or BreakfastCocoa : ;fumyItch Mil, tr M .....VKMA8SEK.Sunday) U Gtt 18th at 1W Aid
eye -4
law ha been serring ont a sentence in t Wednesday) left lllh at a r M ........NN)(INOI.tB.......:.TuMula. Mcli t ITIh, M 1000AM.
the Southern Indiana penitentiary for and we can fi'l up with force again. A* .',idUF, Itch: Jth.: at 3 ..M."IRt)( (1OJ IliunwUy.MoiuUty lids loth, at 12.(1 N'n

stealing a watch. It is W9 beep our mttacles drawn vp intoa ffi itch 10th, fct 8 r,.M .....AIjUOX VIN.....,..Sunday,, Mcjv 21,, st 200 PM.
tenet strain moet of the time whetherwe (=>-< !!1 C\\'vdb"II1). Melt: Lime' III a '.M..A. ('Ii EWt KIIF..Tuesday.: Pith 21N1, at 4.00 AN
'ridu, :.roh :.!ItIh. at. P.II.\ U8lSEK..TbllndilY. }Jclt.It( at t..OO A.II.
; Truly we live in wonderful times. are using them or not, and so exhanot Moo-fey Irh l8 d. II' 8 r.M..I\IIJdII\OLJo:\ : ........suaday. lteh"1Nlb.et.coo A.M.
When the body of King Kalakaaa was ourselves- and. become miaerable --- --- from which too txctm cl' SVadnestuy, Mole 26th. at 3 P.N.IItOt t OlS.Tuesday: Mth 81st,at 1.80: A.JII.
oil ha been removed, I.1 'rlc.y. fell 2Rhalbs.5.....
2.1
wrecks along the sands of time. The .AIAO'Qt.IN.Thnrsdity. Apr at)0.9)A.e. .
sent home to Hawaii a gentleman of r Mouley). kick 30th, at8rC.......CIIEItiKEE..Mnadny: : Apr ttla liL 1.80rl1.
.__ combine.co !, mordaL .....'. anlrnUsa true sr> -- the
-- nee mutitles.the occasion demands --- ----------
wed the mourning cortege audit is Soluble.
J 0'-' with a flat clam phonograph IIU idea and let all the rest bo limp and tree, with '

: was to hang around the spot where the all power withdrawn from them. Bo Packing Company No Chemicalsare ST. JOHN RIVER LINE.
'
.* funeral services were in and shall we conserve our nervous force.
progrca
/Jf 0, turn hill phonograph on. Undonbtedly But most of all we waste' our forces in r--tAtggRe OF- used in its preparation It has: For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on St. John's Riyer
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f'; walls and howls of grief would ancendon misdirected emotional energy. Especially more than three tines tin strength of The. Elegant Iron SKknbefl Steamers,

the air. The phonograph would this is true of women. Most of Cocoa mired with StartB,Arrowrootor u OITY OF JACKSONVILLE ,

t" catch the lamentation and transmit the emotions over which they wreck OYSTERS fRUIT I I Sugar, and Is therefore far moro Captain V/. A. SlIA W. .

.. them faithfully, and thus future generation themselves are false and morbid;the snT : economical, co.t1n1'e.' iliac one cent( PI D'K: D BARY

',: *would know how bJ people howled toning itself and Its disastrous consequences a ci'p..It Is delicious! nourishing, Capt. '1'. W. LUND, Jr.. '

for Kalakaoa. This is one better than are frightfully Nice Call -DE"IIIt: IN- strengthening, EASILY WQESTED Jon apfulntad to &a111'rom JncleaovDlc: daily I exempt Saturday, at ..., p. w., and from -umr,,,
the classic l tear bottle of the andente.S defines the differnoov between a. real and admirably adapted for Invalids dally.txotpt Bun;Jay, at r a. 5. .

Let us see. now many great men in emotion and a false and morbid one to OAK( AND PINEWOOD' as well as for persons In health. 80tTTII 1J mm SCIII D I-E NOI.TIi. DbUND.

":. public office bare we in the United be this: If the emotion is genuine; and steed 1>uwn. .. Read Clio
"' healthful whether it is pfeasnnt S'ld by Crooers everywhere. Leave.. 8.30 r. M\ .............?........1uckllOlI yl1le...............-.w..A rrie 11.45; t. x.
States wLoM remains would be wept or unpleasant CUT IN STOVE 8.00 ..................
LENGTHS. P. M. .1'alslka.........., ......JT......Leave 7.00 t. N.
., over loudly for the wails we shall learn its lesson and ,1, 1 30 A. M Astor :::
., enough to be W BAKER & CO, Dorcbesfer Mast : : : :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::: :: : .. : i.Wr >r
': caught by phonograph gain health and strength of character i A l.. 2.45 A. M : St.: Freud e.:::::::::::: :::::::::? 12.45: p. M:

: from it. If on tho contrary it la false I nraro Mupply; Ooiixtnntlyon. : ", 6.09 A. M.......,..........................UerwHirJ." .........................,......., 11.45 A. M.
Ilniitl. I 0.11 M .. ... "
''" The day seem* not far off when Greekwill and morbid it injures the health and /... 8.W A.:H.::::::::::::::.::::*.::7::.:.u:. Hanfurd fpdngf.jrlvc .7.:7: :. ,:::..?.:::::.?:.::..,...?. 11 VIM/:00 A.A. M MOtiOA.M:

4 be on a par with Sanscrit an far as weakens tbe character So 1 our friends U.1) A. M................................J.llterl'ri: ................................._ .. .
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the study of it in among the young ladies and gentlemencan NOTION.XfOTKE : Also, Steamer JvVKjtotiM ((aright only), from Jmksonvlllo far A for MondVtya, >\' esd.r'and
ordinary college is \riday.at i 0 p ni. IMurnlng, leave Astor TueMlny*, ThurMlaya and Batuntey sGeneral t lu a.m

concerned Mr. Welldon, head master judge by this token whether their Is IIERFBY GIVEN that the OMihtv + 1 OIESay : Passenger and Ticket Office 08 West Bay etreot Jacksonville

of the famous English school of harrow, hopeless love is real or false. Xi U'lvo: Commbwloni'n;ocelot, bile at for the NaMnii Clem Omnly will rv a I'. M. IROXJlOXnEly Jr. Florida Agent, III Wcrt Day Ht. J".kttion.u.ria.. .
cute
i woo nom H'.
emphatically advocates abolishing Greek The writer speaks in one place of the ofMay1.1.1tW1brute: pun.haw of l 1.,..i<1i of M\\<\ J. ..t.J'.. i '; Aitnt tmvclluul'eoaugerAgent, ell chart|, hot Uogau, oIVeMnap Slnut,.J Street ok oinilloTla.* 11ltFI.,
as a. compulsory both in emotional drunks some persons habitually County ti> the amount of hlA eqo. Haiti lend> will ,-.1011\1: I. lIow.ufp. Florlilii rrrlght Agent loot !
study school and tsar itttrtest at the rate olds aura Street, Jnck oti\Jllt", Fla. .
(nh) |per oant. J. ,
Kf A. I.tM.IIHiipeiinioiiiliiit' \ tart Laura Street, Jnckxinvllk ....
A indulge !in, the wild l fits of emotion. allllum and will lie payable ,
college. from
". singular reason he offer! for law of lance with twenty yean Paw Jll hU. J. 4ife.II.. this Is that it is in the interest of the I hstarted, etc., which seem to give so choir or In 'art11( rears prlvlloK from of date redemption of finu'), In at t0Y1G ALL. II. lLflt.c."t'i.rJoM: :IIl,,S bowling (Intro. New York,
{
Greek:language itself. If Greek is an much pleasure to certain individuals.. (the'\ office. of Interest the TnuUm on unit. of ImidM County will thuds Iw of selltwttr. \) WI,!. p. CLYDE & CO., General. Agents,
layette 1* South
VritnMm
elective study then only those. rho are The name by which these fits aro known ficnl-aunmaly. In tlierityof .'"",a.lIl1a. floor ? J'hllftdf"I.I'ft.. .. 5 llonllngClrrvn., Raw 1.ork.
In -
tliucttvof Now York N V -- -- -
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in colleges U drunks. The ? at option nf bold.ore. 1 ISSf - -- --- -
attracted to it from love of it will takeit "dry term Allbid. shell iprally the amuuntof bmi up. Consequently will decribos a state of intense nervous excitement bM for. the ilonrmilniulon rcqulnxl end the time! t
they becomeacoomp1i whvutlivlilililtrwlll will fotnply with'I l.li Ud, Hie I: MALLORY
hed Greek scholars, while the and. want of control. This fnitiiMnlonen all Lhla reeene the right 14 rcjetd any or STEAMSHIP LINE 1 1Sailing.Wazkly !

boys who are pulled into it against their state Miss Call designates as a condition DUUaliouM, be addremml loOen. E.Wolff, Ck'rk

will never reach anything but indifferent of sham emotion, and die adds: "It has of the rlr.t "mIC and Court for NMMU" Btdn County, rernaudiiia ___u _
cuduned for W.
:-": tucocaa in this language. Ha would often seemed to me that sham emotions of bond1; Fit U) \V.the llfAT pale-bass L. DOUGLAS

therefore leave it free to attract by a are a womau's form of getting drunk Attest,Chalrmitn; : (ISO.Doant J.!: ttou-r.of Couivty Clerk.CwnmUsknie $3 SHOE BSSdSJ. r'I.c: LXDA 'SEBVJ.OE.

natural elective and nervous prostration is its delirium --- --- -- -- ---- '
principle those wh o "
' IX CIRCUIT: COURT j ranted, eel eoet.mpd 00 Ieatnna ft.- I _h ---- .
! ;.' woabdexpandandnonruhUreokacholarship. tremens. "It Is an inexpressibly, sad IVlwD IIUVGLA"JJl'ttCkIU.JU IIoIdb,

;j. In place of Greek be would substitute sight to see a woman broken down and fourth Judicial Circuit Nassau 8 5 T. :XCSTD3D: : g'ts.. from Fcrnandina
Every
Thursday
County Florida.
either modern an invalid for no reason whatever but ,
languages or scientiic FEr. A DlN.\ FI.A.
,
Fred
W. Hoyt, W. C. Jcfm-yi and from Koiv
Ycrk
study the unnecessary nervous excitement of end K. C. One,..-,, pAnnora", I D. lIEm G. Kins'u Ferry Fin Every Friday. -
'" lining. bddinuM. umlcr tliel ,
weeks and months of sham emotion.! .
lln m. JuulrtxI.nf Thll H/mk l AUlUhm"1I1 ._ ---- ----- -
A College Student'. View of It. How can one master puree snant etmo- ; -ol.y'.gNwtlise' ; .: --- :;.;+: Anit'tiwurti: .!,
.. CUHBERLA1TD ROUTED
...{ Mr.-Thomas E..Chap pell won the prize tions, so as to grow strong, self-con GAnrge. Hippie, doing baudW..__._ 1./100/ ,

.' for oratory at the Nebraska State university. rained and helpful? Mlas Call explains Co.milB new I &II Oeuiw', Hippie} A .

,I' IIi oration was on that question how in a paragraph on mastering. the I PFFEVDANT, OFOIWE;' HIPPI K. i aT0eiN0 FnDM'3FLORIDA !1'\Jj\ "
over which statesmen and temper: iloliiK busliieu K* George M. Hippie & Do
sages will
.
heroly t ak. notlro that the above enllll art '
have wrestled in vain, "What Shall De Many of u* know the sense ot mlluf which suit "t-.I Instituted bjr attachment lu the Clrrult THE BEAt-TiriX STEAM ERC .*. .'
Done with the follow a volley of indignant word. To lay (burl. Judicial Utnutt, Nerve County., &' -
Negro?? In the .
confusion .
.. nu the 17th day of A. ,
that can get a far greater and more liwllng .mla" Janu''A ]> >111. -" ,
of plans for disposing of the African in relief without a word but simply through re- jmrtium< ,W.doing lloj.builne W. O. e uudcr .u Ooolcy / f .'
the "
America, perhaps a young man's idea has taxing our moncka. and freeing our excited .t'l"! nf The Bank frernmiiHiia.. name Thereupon and /!:
nerve.acme tame but U to practically benrw \V,
true Hippie, d'dnir Uwlncu ruder the *
uuni
good as anybody' At any rate Mr. and to Indeed the only way from a phynlcal i and style of Ui-orgv W. Hippie A Ox, the said dv ", lit. ;
ChappoITs speech was a very good specimen standpoint that on may be mire of controlling fi'Uilunt, and alt other ""juram* intercnted are .. 't
a hUch temper. In that way aLto we keep the I I b se-Cy'; rev':nle-d: to appear ail plrad to the .use "
of oratory, and if statesmen and plrit.. the power,tbe strength, from which the l Isnthxr flicd, IWU in *ald cause un or by the DM XluudaylnMay CITY OF BHUNSWICK .

sages north and south oo lll- enunde temper eomm, and *o far from being tame, And It In ordered that a copy of thU notice 1* .<., ," '
thenwclvoB to take his roso colored view Ufe ha more for aWe do not tire ourselves, yuGlhthed In Tin MX>RII>* MIRKUII, a I'UMlo '&'''V I Ii'
and law norvofl fore through the wear and ni'w"jHTi, | >uMlOn..lin said County and Clnnlt SCHEDULE EFFECT DECEMBER 2 lat.1890.lToUID. ,
of the negro's future they would I* tear of losing our temper. To peat expreu.Ively and in the ('11, of foniandlua, tort ptriiid of ( ... TIHC.) '
saved sleepless nights and anxious days. ,If not cicntlQcidly-Let go aud let the "" UKinthn.!: tll'jo. E. With'f. BOUTH. .

r We print here the close of Mr. temper Up over rune nerve and off. You do fvrnatitllna t Irrk,Circuit lie. January Court Naomi*>, 1M>Ouuutr I.IX Htt. Jose, Kaxfl Siatday Faro From Fernandina to New York .
f Chappell's not kr. it then, for you know when It U, and ..-. ... nab :
oration, in order to encourage yon keep all th nervous force that would haveMen -- -- LaveDmnewletvfetCr..."tCiftam SiiTi'm C.I n IN, t+:2 : :Xc..TnSION.irnx1rorOmtl.t'I.o: '
t used In suppression or for C'lllCl'IT (fOUIlT Arrive CuinlicrUud........,...lOlAara 11.011 arrive m SOII : 00
,young people to try to be orators: better work. exprewlon I. Fourth JndlclHl C'lrrnll. Nassau! A LeevFerneDdin.vteF.G. Ftmanmua.J14nptd: 1o0p m i.vrEUMiauiTi: 17 SOISTKCKAGK.: 11 so a
'
.TL north .U no longer *n OTBtijnnpaUieUoctuunploa So with a fit of nerves or blues or Conuly, I'lorldn. A H. K. K........... .., U4Apm 4.*)pro Tile line, kiting no Tmiirrrn bclwrcn "'.nnudlua l ileam
of the ; ::: ::::: Vork. ofTen the ULST nn+
negro'} right the U Inking a William p NhoclwrUht and Arrlr JeeteoavlUc ... 2.15pm Soup: lnA e 'Ol! A'
. e, twu.d..riewofLb..ltaatlon. Sbe to buglnnlng chrouio grief and despair. Da( not resist I N, H, lbotendoiug 1 Luilnen I XORTIT.I FUt'llS, VbOhTAULKH,ANllotherQCIC1ilf. rlON IO felllli'tlfB; OK[ ,

to lympttblM 1IILb the ...utb and tt> counMcr and try to fight it back; simply "let go.* I ai N, B. liordiu her welfare M well M tUal of the negro. The .... IbindAS61. .3 I $ I' It k...........__......... fcjnara 1.0 a IU :: AUUOMMOTHIIONfl TO advuiitagc of a PIRECT UNE and UK8URI'ASShD -
south to now entering upon a new eraof pronper- Relax the muscles of your body all over. Geoigv W. Hippie, doing barium .1 Amt'swore Arriwreroandinallpaam 10:1e a Ita rfnmrrliotn(! nt I'IIC: !\\:\ DIN: ,t 1'J.UIt1UAti1T1lUU'f 1tli JIAf.aE: making dIM .
tty and In the ocr futur*.urn Thug tho worry will pass off. and out under the) name and tu..... ,'.. 23 ''T1 : Lear ArrirdCumberlnwl'.W.Fcnmudlu '.:: ::.... IJSpra: : rnp: lu JACHKO.NVIM.K::, KT. Al'CI\\ FUirUU Crntml' A ruilnMjl.tr (tog M, .}Uni for
union of of f orju W. Ul|>pUi & SJUpm /tip MINK and all {>inti Hit '
th Utor en
of the style | Et. JoLn
Otk.
north and rmroc of the m+ rotheeapttatof outh,she wlil low tk*] through your nerves. ArrlTbTuin h.k,...... ...... *0pm CM pro? lawnlia and, Indian Ki>'cr sisal to nil Florida poml ,.' >>., '

UM world In the ninltlpllcttjr/ ; and UnporUno Rwp ItUl. hat alt which to good may com flMlfi DEFFSPiNT. OEOKOE W. JIirPLIl Close! conuertlonaboth ways mid* al Jackionvlllo TIIItOl'GII RILLS '** '
of tier Industrie bh. I Ia bufflnulng to re&Ua* to '0110 and ire out t" olhur* that >our life liuonm 1 Hippie I (:0., *UI beauty take n tk. : B mlh Florid*
her dependence upon the neera. Hh Mel that may broadun for woe 1 n tUto way we can tAke lint the ulster entitled luilltuted by tlitchment by train arriving/ at COO a m; for South Horlda Further InforniRtlfln\ will\ 1 b e rherrfulljr given bj '. ''. .,' .
b*U peculiarly adapted to her cllinat and to all that nature .to ready tit give us,anti willconnUntly In the ur'ttf.; Kmirth IndliUI by train 'leaving al 0.10 n. m. ,- fc y
the labor th need. ID short,bat h*.to an Inseparable > give n*.and UM't' AI ben and for Urcutt, X.._u (Viuiitjr, riorlda, part of her future greclneu. her purpose, which are always the truest andbeet. Junimrr. A. 1>Iwl.: l.y \\llllain It. \ T., \' : U. It. B. to 'and from mil| luU W'Ml aud -
'Th view that UM negro to takiag of the situatloa Theo we live a*a little child would Uvonly c nd M,7i. Borden.flung( business a*N..blnJl"rl'J \. llurdwn: bat t train arriving atat0e. m.and c rt tag II MA MAR'S: CO., FEUNA$DJN.A. F1.A"
U Indeed with more vlndom. Si Co. >>ou Uwory N'. lilppl. doing hiss;- at II p. a., with through ilvrpen'to LoulrvUlc Her ,
enoourmrtng. II*in beginning neJM : nain' cal style of UrcryY.:: without_chimre.! :20 h;tst lUver. 1wr'nr4. '
ta*e* that there U UKU }
Do road -
to clTUlxatloot liipple Co., the all I other A KUOII meat serves on wo neamer at any tune .
that b. tenet anoend the ladder of material.moral The Prince Wales (tenuiu IntervKteil.:temAydrwnttilad\ to appuar for JU++rota -- .. - --. -
and Intellectual frogrtmu, a*other race* may possibly get and plod to the uWUtrntlun filed m laid tau u oil L .' bar done that lie Plant bugle at the bottom into deeper trouble with the Dritiuh pub or by the flnt Uondiy lu M.y, 11; 6",HI 52.10leD"AGrCtd.w.: ,uuc wrvr Ko flntcbuM I E-I. E. DOTTERER
and make the slow and painful aaovut round I sic than he ever was in before through And It Uordertd tout a copy of this nolW be l'O\UIoI1r'', ,day:i limit.
publlihed! tu Tat rwatoa
br roandi that DO war manure, no stroke ofpollUcal UikKoB' a ruLMi) .t
the gambling scandal. The prince is uewnuaiwr} publUhed In aid (;mufti and Clrrnk enll ra Mciiflvr Agvut, Invites
U1TLLFICLDt attention
power no amount of logluWlon will and lu the cur fcmauOtoa. On : 8. C. to UU large and varied a&orhuent of
a period
.enable bite to roach the top at a lmzlo; bound. fond of bis little game in a social way, three, ( Bu. E. UuUP: Ocueral) ....... _
.. In hie own, wonlat "W a believe that our future Clerk Circuit Court Namiau Ouumr '!1.
strictly between t GENERAL OFFICE:, VKl'NgtfltX
gentlemen and the OA.
depend UfliuUiljf more upon ourselves thao ',. Fernaiidina, KU_January :tu, ;!* --- -- FINE FAMILY
upon any other agony It t* high time fur ui young blood and even some of the old ,_ __ __ L_ _____ THE GROCERIES
to et.a following the tents fatuuiof polltleiand OCEL:
ladies among tbe nubility Lave followed IN CIU< HIT COURT ,
to beta the work of development
terns liar only on whleb real program U along pa*. his exempts and habitually indulged la I'ourtlt Judicial ('Irt'ult. Mwoaa TYPE WRITER Embracing nearly ercrjtMng in this line. and also that of f

albl",. Th politician ha long I lace exhauled their little games, too until the IOterDrlt Comity, Florida.Fn.l .

I, hto*tor houM for u*." !h public, although the most VT.'Hoyt. W. U. J.tr\oy.) FANCY IMPORTED
Th thought of the negro are no longer loyalof and
upon It f Cooley, partner, <> will the GnOOEI IES.
revenge. Ill IM to hUlled toward the futon England's subject, begin to clamor tkthiti biMlncM uudor the V O 6 A U buy DELL TYPE WRITER
-*future full of real1aatlon for hie noble ao.plratloa nauk aud style of The Ban k ttacla\D'ua. vith t. ctataeten. and $1 5 for lb if -- --.--
*. lie.full of hope, peering out through that the prince is respondbla for the Feruaudiua, Au'tiwdru Ikmd\ ,'.:.,.. 17let I1XCIE. CASK ODFLT.1 wamuited to do better Only Cuch Goods Kept in '' .

the darkest Bight! of oppreenlun. believe that prevalence of gambling. II* ought to ae orgeV. IUpl btul.iw .I w..." -- S.7IID work than any pueblo made Stock as Can be Recommendedas Pure "
doing
pf eves the now he Me of,though dimly the Stool raT* set a better example before his Bona iuUooni \V. UtppleirplIK It eombtnei axrumi with DMtMutrs and of Good Quality- '" .
lunlight rreedom-barUogor hi* tare :
or oriiTioi wear I longw without cost olrrpaln .
glad dar of liberty lie know' thahlelnoat.. ----- ... ,' '
wt rues are Ignorance and *ajxT tHatk>u. lie MAU penal sentences for J DEFEXDANT, OEONfaK W. l.tr R than any otr muhlcet 11.. tut lk ESPECIAL /
unsuccessful d sew arrayed against him an unalterable. color I wiil h..1Ie nt4iue tk Tthe stove ratltMl ortur It le 1 JICAT -V" OPT, ;.. _' "':
line, the prejudice of his whit bretaru. and attempts at suicide are senseless! and unjntt I alt wa tauttlnted' by attauuutnt in the Urouu TixriAL nkkeVplnted. perfect 'od\ adapted ball ': ...

thai fiercest of human -Vm ,rae anti p,- ," writes Henry Labouchere. "All ,Own. Fourth Jwliual: qrrutt.: Nassau (bast,. finale of tFP w rfUJa... Like ixlMinf 1'1\.... ,-FINE TEAS AND =' : 0 1
thy. that on the other baud h* nttutcr for that 1 have commented however riortiU, ou th* I7tt dalot .I..IIU&t.:; A.l.I'ri a.Uy It praduo harp, cteao legible navoMiMpt COFFEES
the conflict paUunoe, andaraoee. laduatrr education on. Fred W. Uoyt, W. > U. O, brier .
Two or ten eorta ran be mad e
t religion. lie sew upon his iU. the are eclipsed la tensfloaunt and injustice >Mog tMUbMMi tcn4ndla name and *t OM wrtttng.Any fleet ,y" .
Bfl.. of Tin lunk of tutelUgmt Good of this Do '
Tberoupua person ran bveome tion that
heart and tongue of a vast multitude of loyal by one posited last week by E. I], George W. Hippie, di4iiirbuiln Muudvr the name two &,.. *.. OOV 1,000 to an operatorIn crif can b. secured 7" .
menlalaet1o.plofts and womou. who are ever arrayed again .. ..,to ttfr tTw, Llpplf} A do the laid d. any vftntM
ChrteUan heart that IteManleon io Leyceeter Pvarbyn Qw)., who condemned Rsdret, and all other penon IntvroMcd/ wry who ran equal the work of the Doable Cue NEW GOODS Received '." .
with the puloatioa of freedom la howe a young: woman to three mon tits' =.L't'ino1: to appear and pleat to tM elm 04 HeHabS* AWtJi4 by Every Steamer. ,
SataMuen ...
1oreut. lie call op!br/ore him that long aM vaune on or by the jttnt Uou> 1IU1. tf
hard labor for throwing herself into the may. eUlm lino of
blood that a.er.who the tree of tr..eIJ' poured out their : river after been da.lll': It b tied that a ropy ef this notice be For pamphlet. giving ludoiwtncuU ett M"oDSMi S.W. cor. Second ahd Centre Sts. FERNANDmA
having .
> liberty might be nourkshed. severely knocked puUWwd! .lu Ties FUilUD UIKBO a ...Grid FLA.
I about by her suter-indaw." nrwpap publUhwl In wUd County fund Otroult l TTTB WHITER COMPANY ,
Th voice of Harriet Bottler Blow, of sad (n the iffy of F n sad Id aJ, Are
Son period of (} '
"UIU141"IIk. : __ ac'\.m. TXXB .
Wendell JIUlUp and aWl echoing In hi*ear,urging him on to&.h. OU.rv. this sentence from The Nebraska Cluck Circuit ('oft"U Naiwau Cuunt/,Via, Deer W. K. SNYDlflt.DEHTIST
eantMt and to victory. Then in a transport of Ftrnanduia. Fla,January :J I. lt+ l.Dr.j6HNC.PERiNEr. .
the Imagination be to carried forward le th* State Journal) "The two versions -
end of Uw nlq1e. Th *mokof batUeclear of the battle of Wounded Knee are radically MIRROR
away,and epread out before hi* vteiou a different IIOrne.
some that gladdma hi* weary hoart I'pon bet thf soldier have a PUBUBHKB TEBNAKDINA
very hill and plain of hi.beloved country beee little the ivantage in the fact that they RESIDENT : DENTIST IV 8W4VN $UlI.numooR. AT FLORIDA, ..

his people living In happy hooua.beloved were on the pot and saw tbe wbolethJDI' /MoL.. aa.1I Fourth streets Awot TUESDAYS
and honored by all. lie hear th* hum of OFFICE OVER PosTorncz.FEUNANDINA [room DM>tslrs. janQ.4rE.JiL"ELAI THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS.
mighty indutrie.and nee isle brother taking while the Indian DOW surviving --

an honorable chars in every branch of prod so- : were not present, FLOlUD.PIN .\. : ; to RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE -' -
tion the laud to filled with obool and I : .
churchu in which all mlngl I.)o>'fully, without wlPlifa.jI. .8 svats.a can UJ.1I1 I. One copy we Jr, .. f 2.60 I One .
t renpect to race or color. Ue *ee*the principle 'j irrigation works are doing DAYS pO NUbi: ,o. uu'I',-.. end est /a/ One copy, iw neat ii, .. 1.26 J Copy, three moatllt, 65 i1s'a;; .
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.. of nojvenal brotherhood of man triumphant. woadm for her in the ..IWIp.gy WATCHES.CLOCKStJEWELRY.uWORK anti;, one tjw lb, 21 tts:V. '
lie bas for hiooeelf realization of 1NUIML )Io4ena
won
? a veef ul and tn>norabl t( I V'' ?
"" (, F0dllonlatbgovemm ataadlaoci ty, 't t I farm crop and the raising of live stock .....cf a ere htttlro......atbAultaa.. ..... II6 I JJ CLUBS OF FIVE/|34)0) EAQII.T&8 *:J: :, ,
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*:; :A TELLINft CONTRAST. ...... nso toe.t'I..t'at.d. A COLLEGE BOY'S PRANK. '

': While UM grander sort of Jog baa 1070. .. 1001.si A W. LOHMAN
:::::; ----- been Morally degraded by being turned Bon Harvard fttndrati Bar tot .f ,

.', '< ':'JN THEIR OLD LIMITED SPHERE into A tMelew lackey, the breeds that Fun with Desks r.uc.....n. : -
fi&WOMEN: : : ARE WELL PAID. hare happened to unit the caprk ons and "There l Isn't M mach deviltry In pri /,. If. nEAtEn tvy : -

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l :.__' A CtmparUn U.l...a tb. Condltltta of leek {ing for instance, on whom U often Harvard, but their prank in pnbbo are ,. :.. :r..',:
/ : TFom..Wio Do Wbat UNIt. B.Called lavished such a wealth of feminine' fondness getting bolder as time advances I will I .

J}; ,, Women'.TC.rk sod Th"ho Do VTI>*I has long Mace become perfectlyaware tell you a good story illustrative of thfe. .
." "' Coed to n. Oiled Men't Work of his new function in the boose. During my sophomore year there was a 1
.' j He knows he is the first pet and bo I Is party of eight young fellow belonging -
-,,' Th. working woman's pbere used to I perfectly bar-pyln the fact. Ilia mind to my class who were all the time look-
: be cwofinal chiefly to hooaehol work. f ing for a chanee to create a sensation.
,:- ... : And it is a notablo fact that in those seems higher untroubled estate He by has any lost recollection the an lent of They had" become involved in several little -- "*'t 4+.:!.i:4.:+.4+4C4'. .+44.4'4444. .! ..____

: days the newspapers contained no rtorie desire of the species to be man's loyal scrapes with th8 Boston police on account F OBID MEBROB: t"i .
.: abaft WOOlen dying of starvation and sen ant. Ho may perhaps,It you happento of their practical jokes, and were ._ Ftl
,'overwork in tenement hones If anybody call at the house and find him in exclusive thirsting for revenge. One Saturday L --'+4++. ++ +.. ", ,,,_- --- ,--- -.---.---- i iI
y.** > died from these canse It VIM. : a poanterion[ of the drawing room,- night they went to Boston, and on their ;j

,> :''man.Doscrlption make a pretense of resisting your In- arrival got shaved in a Weet End barber ( 1
of the of 8h jm
agonies starving trn on. But his S'berltlo habits are too p. .
workJDgwomen and their families are much for him, and presently he sinks "Whilo paying their checks an idea --. '.
"IIOW' a feature of the penny papers. Only in voluptuous slumber on the softest of struck one of the fellows, and after a ;\ ,
.' a few days a woman in abort conference 1 pq
ago Jersey City sofa cushion Them spoiled creatures with his companions i :':
who had worked in a big tobacco factory learn to take the fondlings bestowed on ho offered the barber $10 for hill red, :.. !
and Was thrown out of employment them white and blue pole.which stool abouttwelve .
as a matter of conn
They
are --.STEAM
by her advanced years and inability to wholly nnleinonstrative, anl'rhap.. feet high in front t.f the door. .' ==.

handle the tobacco leaf us deftly as therOUn.r the moot! flattering thing that can be said The offer was accepted on tho spot, and '': ; FINE-GIG i ARSrETCj: 1)
; generation locked herself in the took it with 1 Y .
up of them is that unlike their rival, the young men away them, ; '. .
her room to wait till the pangs of hunger cat, they do not simulate tenderness of Insisting, however, on taking a receipt :'. ,;ttf. ".

.snapped.the life cord. She almost succeeded. which their heart is wholly destitute in which both the pole and the amount \ '. Vos I It;i and 15 N. Third StPJBHNANDINA ..

Cornhill Magazine. paid was mentioned. Then they started i ;.. ;.;J:;:- : ... ... ,. ,
Such an occurrence twenty years ago off for a parade of the Third police precinct PI.ArBilliard -- -

would have been commented upon by 3Iad Thrai w..... in which nearly all their trouble
.. the newspapers! and statesmen allover While returning from Europe the captain with the 'coppers had been experienced. - and Pool Parlor Attached
the country, and the philosophers would "They had not gone far before they
told
mo a story of how he once OBSESS) r11c 'sLy
have philosophized to. the extent of a utilized Hindoo superstition to have his I' were stepped by one' of their old blue TO.

book on the subject; but so common ship orked. lIe was in command of coated foes, who demanded an E'Xllana-,
have such events become in theso days an Indiaman, and the majority of the tion of their possession of tho pole. The 6 GEO. A. LATHAM
since "the extension of women's ephere"! crew were Hindoos. As long aa the boys replied that it belonged to them I
that they attract little or no attention. weather WM warm they cheerfully did and that they were taking it home. The

Perhaps some newspaper may, for the their work, but when a cold storm came officer, believing that they had stolen it, -I WHOirSAlCANO REtaIL DULLS IN,
purpose of advertising Itself, get up a up they positively seemed to shrivel, and arrested' the whole party and took tnemto
subscription fund to buy a few necessa within short time betook themselvee to the police station, where he charged O

rice for the support but the average cit the hold, from which they could not be them with the theft I 3O 1I.ES WIIESUllOR{
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fun reads the little story without emo driven by threats or aT 1.1sions. The "At this juncture one of the students; .' ,

: tion. It disturbs him no more than a captain was at his wits' end,but suddenly produced the receipt and they wire allowed '
view of the dirty streets or a struggle to a bright thought struck him. He remembered to depart much to the discoiufi- I
,: get a seat in an elevated train. the IIindoo horror of the pig, lure of the arresting officer. Then the -AlII>--

WHERE: WOMAX KEVKH 8TABVES. contact with which means low of caste. boys went to another policeman's beat I .
i And right here it may be asked in There happened to be a well fed porkeron and were soon stopped by the guardian FINE CIGARS,
I' view of the present condition of workingmen board, which he took from its pen, of that precinct, and, after a short parley

I "IIas any one ever heard of a tied a rope to its leg and lowered it into ,which proved very unsatisfactory to -I-I- CUNntHSTIlFbT:
woman, sticking to the old limited the strikers' quarters. The effort WM the officer, the students were again arrested ,
I sphere of working women-domestic electrical. With a.wild yell every man and,with the pole, were marched
service-suffering for lack of the necealaries rushed to the deck to avoid contact with back. to the station house. This time FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
of lifer The newspapers record no the unclean animal, and there wan no they got their release from the lieutenantin

inch instances. One would be such a further difficulty in getting them to charge without having to produce I
novelty that the ambition of the museum work in the eoldoat weather-Interview their receipt.
men to secure unheard of curiosities in St Louis GlobeDeinocratfHen : "The boy started off for another offi THISTLE DEW W1II8KKY.
would be aroused. ----- :er' beat, taking care to keep within the I have carefully u.mlntl.nd analysed

The fact is that the only women dependent Are Altk About Fires. game precinct, and within less than halfan .: ==POW-ER_ your well known and $l"'I'ula'bl I..f'1-.
on their daily work for subsistence "There is one thing," said the man hour were brought back to the station .' "'. TJIWPLE DEW. The Whhkry must bo
who are comfortably situated with from the upper part of the state, "which, for a third time on suspicion of having jiror.omiceJ to be pare, Hell matured and of

a few exceptions, are the domestic sere I find, shows that we are all of the same stolen that pole Tho lieutenant had excellent quality, being oft/ and mellow to '
ants. All the thrifty ones have their blood. It ia ir fire. Of course, when to send an officer over the precinct With ho: taste amt having a fin* bouquet The

bank' accounts, and they don't know there .ia a fire in a country town we all those orders to all policemen i you inctlkAl irofctttlon may place full con D
what it is to want for food or clothes. go to it. It is a rare thing, and we findit meet a party of eight young men with abarber's ,1l'nI.8.ln the purity and quality 0(. the

Moreover, their labor is comparatively a feature of the season. Beside that,, potdon't arrest them. They THISTLE DS.W. A. FMKM. .
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light, and they have real; homes. we generally take a hand in haulms: out 'own it. -New York Star. Analytical and Consulting Chemist. '
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oo uorougniy is Lain lact recognized furniture or making ourselves useful i in rind .W. '. Boolra Job House Cincinnati.. .June, 180. .
that the societies devoted to improving other ways. Now yen New Yorkers get ) Printing -- --- ------ ,)
"We have many funny things to con
the conditions of working women and just as excited and interested over a fire "
.helping them in their difficulties with as we do, and your fires are so frequent: tend with, remarked a policeman near
employers exclude servants from their that they have not the merit of novelty, one of the ferries the other night "A .
range of work. while you know that there is nothinwhich g little while ago a very pretty girl of

Mrs. M J. Creagh, superintendent of you can do to be of service, bs-;" about 17 years of age came to me and I W. H. MANN
said she wanted me to arrest her father. > '
the Working Women's Protective union caweyour plies and firemen will a ot ,. ,
When I arrived at the horse I found
gives the reason, M follows: Itt: you get near the blaze. Dut I not ce
"The worldJlawomen in stores fao- that you all, boy and men, go charing man who proved to bo the girl's lather .
tories and offices need all the assistance after a fire as fast as your legs: will carry on the floor,.and a nicely dressed young mC01 TRACTOR

the union can give for they are the suffer you You have only to hear the clang man sitting on U* breast DURYEE BUILDING, CENTRE .: STREET,
"I asked what caused the trouble .
ers. Women who work as domestics of the engine to see a running crowd or ,
may sometimes have reasonable ground to catch sight of the smoke and away when the young woman spoke up and I. ',,, '
said her father had offered to interfere w.
for complaint but their condition is so yon go, following in the wake of younger .
far above that of the other working 'and more agile men. That's just what with her keeping company with the ." ;"t';'..: .. |<|pDBUiLDER W l
and threatened lock him
to
women that they can always get along we do in the country."-New York Tri young! into, '
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out. Between them they had thrown :'l :
comfortably. They can get places when bane _____ _____ the rebellion parent on the floor, pinioned \, ; .
ever they want them,receive good wages, 'Th. O *.t..t TrareUn. him and then she had harried fore : -

don't acquainted know what with hunger the looks is, and of are bank well In point of actual distance covered, th police protection. I told the father to Fl R T AND IN 4;; -:: }OTLORIDA. ESTIMATES
a FURNISHED
greatest traveler in the world is said to getup and; then pat the bracelets on ,

book."It is They this poor don't saleswoman need help. the over be Star Chief fleet,Engineer who is well Sewell known, of in the this WhiU city him.around Then the neck-the and daughter begged caught me with. me : t On abort notice for all clauses of brick .
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worked that has factory to be girl helped and the to live.sewing{ woman While in charge of the engine department teArs rnnning down her cheek not to arrest F<\ > : :{ ::!, and wood building.

)IU. .CBKAQH'8 OrDOON. of the vessels of that line, notablythe her father, and tbe'old man said he :, aenUpalrlcg! ai imall Job. promptly
Britannic Mr. Sewell in fun. I
completed Ill:l was only complied. Such*
'Considering the board matter, they round trips between Liverpool and New human nature.Philadelphia Proas.Cigar attended to.
do not one-half .. ,
get or one-third as muckas York the
traveling enormous distanceof
the servants and have to work longer. 818,400 nautical or 941,000 standard Alba Good for JJUrtb.rn Shop Corner Second and Ash Streets. .;

Besides they are often cheated 'out of miles, nearly four times the distance between A gentleman who is a very heavy '

their scant earnings. If they are sick the earth and the moon. This i it emoker, did a peculiar thing in my W. II. MANX, ,' -",r
for a time they lose th ir little pay, and aid to be only about two-third of the presence tbe other day. He knocked off Post Box 38. ,"
Fernandina Ha.1Jja .
Having one of the best outfits in the and .
perhaps their places are filled before they total distance traversed by Mr. Sewellsince a portion of the white ash at the end of State the Publishers :

recover.' The servant girl, on the other he: became a Beaming: engineer. his weed into his hand and without being Printers
experienced do
we are prepared to
hand gets her rages right along, andif any
Chief Engineer Kitchen, who was in more ado wallowed it I naturally .
she is in a good family she receive charge of the Adriatic' engine for sixteen asked the reason for thi remarkable ff and every kind of Printing
such medical and other attention a* the years: but who now superintends performance,and, tdmy surprise learned
store girl cannot receive. She is, in fact, the Britannic'., boasts a similar record that it la a sure cure for the heartburn ','
settled, while her sisters in the world of He has made 131 round trip between which sometime overtake the devotee aim PIAHOSgThuuu

business depend on their week's salary Liverpool and New York and has traveled of tobacco. Not being afflicted in that >

for food and lodging the following week over 954,800 nautical miles, or 1,100 way, I did not.care to try the remedy, ORGANS
and a few days' sickness means to them 000 standard : mile New communicateit it 5otlw
English to
YorTimes. my Steel Item. ,inn. ,
starvation and inadequate attendance or ktellowsmokers.. : J:: e"l.i 1s.-y..e.. ,:.r..=
My informant atone Wq1uom.o..Iask
was FROMJA 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD ,
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a journey to a charity hospital. .0 time engaged in the cigar importing .' rbeetW :.N6lke.p; 1i.I.:-l e-unnuu' zj\: :
"Therefore this society gives all JU attention First and !..&. business, and was accustomed: to test ', ,. ; TO SELL-NOT TO USE
to women outride of domestic The increasing prevalence of the scientific .' ,
cigar by the score. He inform me .. see ?* robM, kM Eased tW
service. As women go further and fur spirit with its pauaion for exact that he learned the curious fact in question ..-.". WE DON'T SELL THAT KIND
ther Into the business world we have statement, make it more and more necessary in Cuba. where the remedy is l: "I= : :" :- .. l =

more to do than ever Every day we for man to say precisely what they habitually used by the Dona,who breathe <*>/ift"' ,.. M1 ; K1lpM...-. .... w.D r.r I.et.tourau .
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have brought to our notice cases where mean and nothing ebta. pie "i+.* M .j ...,..plaI.".. .
a* much tobacco smoke a* they do air.- As Neat and as Cheap as any Office in Florida 1 ode b | ra
rich employers try to beat women out of "What u jour last name, my little New York Star. > '
Bums varying from twenty-five cents to man!" asked the new teacher ; LUDDEN&.8ATES

f50 "Tommy," answered the boy. CI..t.. CeIon4 WI.... .J; .: J '.} ; : J: t:'; CA. .

"The records here show better than "Indeed! What ia your fall namef Four ounce of white cattle soap, four :'L : ... --

anything; 1 know of, the slavery into "Tommy Jones." ounce of ammdhla, two ounce of alcohol . POI SALE ."
which women have been brought of, late "Then Jones i* your last name." and two ounce of glycerine. Shave ; : <' ': :: ATrife'r\ .
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years. Employers know that women : "No, ma'am excuse me. When wa the soap in one fl1'art of water over the : ., ; : :' .. :: : :7: ,
have not the money to pay lawyers to I born my name wa Jones, and they lira When dteolred add four quart '. .., ?""t w. !. r "l'i ',, '. ;.'., ,, ..-.y .. EGMONT : BTABLE .
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cue for them, *0 they take advantage of didn't give me the other for more than a of rain and when .
cold "
I the
water nearly ; AULEB AND 1IOU8KSOn ,
theirlielpleBaneas whenever they can. It I month."-Youth'* Companion. other ingredient. Bottle and keen in a : :: : : MT: "r ,; lid s-teat: Carriage. "
1* remarkable, however that they settle -- cool place. One cap of this mixture in 'i?; t { ; II On* 'uu&at (jvrriagt! ,
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np with great rapidity When the women Brt. two quart of water will be cufflcient> Word1n&.7 One One Mitwtoii, .
A firm in this Seven) lluiw come here to complain. Our counsel city import large quantities .
Now lay the
conduct worthy cues free of charge of bore "I did not know until a po. good on an :, .' Two hoed Cttrt*. : .
old chett, and iron rapidly and lightlyon
and has got verdicts in the civil courts few week ago," said an official of the U. _'. AVKUtpmpi-bu>f. .' .
the wrong aide, and then roll tightly DUPLICATED __ __ _
for more than ,$50.000mce the union began custom house, "what bort ia. Don i* JACKSONVILLE PRICES ON FIRST-CLASS WORK T
on a certain pole or any round piece of ... .
its work." the small fragments removed from diamond P.A.TENTS,
wood. If this i* carefully done yon do -
When Mrs. Creagh WM'asked why the in cutting. When too mall for the : Csrwta and Trad-Muki nUalwd. sari alt I
with made &
crease by folding.
wages of girls in factories, stores and offices jewelry U i* need for powder The away For" black silk or cloth dissolve one tablespoonful > : : : :>: ; < .. I'sutestes..eesdees.d um Orrim u urruaitc t d*. MoouuTI M. PHUT tit Urvica.
sparkling powder i* often sprinkled on : : t la Ida
were so small the answered in almost of borax and one tabterpoonful : "I-I> tetun pUfl ttaa awe al tow
(A "1 nwuU Gem Wanhp! tau.
the Miss Van Etten the head of society belle, and their hair / 'M. .,.
same as
way of indigo la One pint of warm water ./' fend eedri, drawing ,.. pI,0ans. d.'Mp'
end* forth tparka as from a thousand W* dvbw. It fwtvntabta or nut. few of
the piece well and : =
Sponge lay smoothly
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did.Women miniature diamond Edison : Bw not ifno nil patent Ij Kouml
she took the of use a 'i "r.rm.o .
said '
places vi .
one above the other and if poeciUo! ,put I A BOOM, How iu Obtain rktMiU,"
men In many occupation without organising great deal of "bort in the manufacture of in the ron to dry.-Ladle*.* Home Journal ., ... ."" J \ wh .._.. of artiwl cllrnu iu rear slatycams
themselves to obtain fair com phonograph -New York World. -: I I i : m tees,seat IRe'c.smw A 00,

pensation. They took anything they .... Off.Pattoat OlaceWuanseros_ ._ .. I>, C.
AfUr th. Peek A. KlMUta AJ-n Cl. -
could get They expected. to get married ck. I
tome time, and their work was a temporary Mia Nererpay-Why do** paw look An ordinary clock i* electrically con- Noliee off'IUH! n"*li.r ;..
expedient at first, to obtain pin to glum maw? Did tbe bank he keep nected with the call bell which, urban it SIX MONTHS AtTEU DATE HEREOF
Li la fail doe shall I present my foal account .....!
money 'ow many of them find that money once start off, not step nosing until vuncbcn
AilmlnUtratri
a* of the RaUt vf
they ha* really to support: themselves, :\In. N.verp&y-Wor The bank he the suit .la broken. A* this can Ob eSe C. Dixon dressed, to Ik* honorable
and their meager wages won't da it 1*supposed to keep his money in 4i W11 they beat their hardships waiting f afl.-Good New. out of bed the chance for the apparatus ak lo be tIi ct>ani ever for the cavalier who is to come to accomplish iLl mission are excellent RULING to offices outside the State. Orders for either will OU11A L. DIXU,
gay A Saf. ael.. A tU invention A.4ea1.Wf'IIttia of r.&a&.tit u.....Co Dixon.tr. : ,
along and relieve them. With some great advantage
receive ....... I
prompt attention from us. Address ,
work U a necessity, with other it is not New Coek-Do ye put pertaUa oa to poueeMwe over" the common alarm Twiwdiiui ...... 8t4.JT, 1. .
Bat few men have Buffered in consequence of the Old Cods (trained by her tniatreB*>- winding to act it, bat i II always J. 1MOOIUS: c& LIAXTTJO7, If jay wet ..'t 'yen.

lower tandard of wsgee.-New,'YakCommrctal Phwich ira way i* th' most throoUe ready to jwrf onn iU work at the appointed n4y ..IMpLa...... they by I 0aeer AdverttMr. be th'roight W"1'-New York Weekly. boor.-Boatm Traaacript Leek Box 99, FERNANDINA FLA. int-.l.UM offivn are wlUtnf to work



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.i T&I-W"DJJDKLY. data, at Fifty-third street and Mad OUR LINE I CASH OR CREDIT.:
eon avenue, a particularly pretty Mai- .
MOOKB MAMJCT, ranu.aere -OF -
;, tees kitten has the good fortune to live.
t,.'"> A YKA: $t.H FoR six MOXiirsTurp Her favorite mooring place 1* on the '
.. ..u,.. neat of one of the windows overlooking
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'.: ntln '. Many Usos.rs the court yard. This window! hAppenedto Rogers' Finest Silverware I i I Furniture and Hoiisefarnishing Goods of

', ,: Turpentine is an article w nidtly be open for a few uiinaies. the other ,
and the kitten, carried
morning quite
w", ,, used! in the arts and so easily obtained away by the novelty of the idea, steppedout Comprises the following items; Bon Boa Trays, Cake .
that its virtues aft i dotneetio upon the window ledge to take a Stands, Berry Baskets, Butter Dishes, Syrup Pitchers, Every Kind and Description. .

',' ; < ':remedy have, in a great mrtisure, cat's e."o view of the yard below. and the Water Pitchers, Castors, Napkia Rings, Solid Silver Thimbles I

,.;;'" been overlooks], tfift the Uueton surrounding instant country later generally.An her paws dipp' !! Mugs Cups and Saucers, Celery Stands, Pickle I Hotels, Boarding Houses, Ships, Steamers Offices,

t .Globe. from under her upon a piece of ice and Stands, Sugar Bowls, Spoons, Knives and Forks, Sugar Lodges, Churches, Schools, Halls and Club Rooms Prig ,
: .,: In the early stages. of croup or over she went. She fall a trifle of some Stands Stands.
Salt and Jelly
l;. ", almost throat or client trouble it IU stories and then landed feet fore- Shells, Butter Knives, Pepper vato Residences furnished from top to bottom. We,are .
any most jOlt upon the extreme edge of the seTo our line of that goose we w t and shall t>.constantly adding withy the dealers '
South
UuV the largest selling.
i\; is well nigh n specific. roof of one of the outbuildings. Out so 5 S? our ease entrant of their being the highest ftadt of goods, to *. ..
'r chest and throat until the skin I it ertinc waft the force with which she bad only at our store ENGRAVING DONS at\hI factory without extra char,e
red, then tie a piece of tnncl: or landed there that she bounced from off when to d..lr.d. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
cotton butting over the chest mowt t- .. .
the roof like a rubber ball, and after
'.: ened with few drops of the oil, nod ._-------- -.--
a his iwtant'i respite continued on her Hobby Horses, Velocipedes, Toy Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows -
inhale tho vapor. By rubbing qti headlong journey toward the ground. and Doll Carriages. Child's Chairs, Dolls, Vases, Novelties Attention
--. sweet irritation of the skin maybe She landed on her feet again, shook Baby '. 'Low'Prices\ Fair Dealing I Prompt !
avoided. herself for a moment just to see that Picture Frames, Toy Cups, Saucers and Mugs, Toy Tea _

I For burns it is invaluable, applied ho was.all there, and then giving vent E Eto. lets, Toka China Tete-a-Tete Sets, Large Dinner and Tea Sets, You are sure of getting a dollar's worth for' every
either with in B.ilve.. Tho a faint yowl of triqmph, ai one would Handkerchiefs '
Bird
a rag or E Stove Pipe, Elbows, Cages, Hosiery, Suspend. '
', pain vanishes, and health granul.i-first! lay way"Ilow'i toward tho that bouse for high again picked with a her deIffhtful era, Fancy and China Onspidores, Flags, Toy Pistols, Paper Caps, !dollar spent with us.;

... ait lion ftmlwl soon with begins.cuwiiiJuraU mnrtlnp I\t air of nonchalance and totally ]Bird Seed, Gravel, Cuttle Fish, Mocking Bird Food, Water Coolers FERNANDINA OFFICE, .. CENTRE STREET.
'- oblivious to the fact that she has only
I '.but the }permanent good more than right lives left to bercredlt.-New York Umbrellas, Locks, Black Boards, Laundry Soaps, Clothespins CLARE & :LOFTTTS.Fernfjidina : .
,. compensates! for It. Evening Sun, ] Washboards, Wine Sets and Cut Glass Wine Glasses, Cake

Turpentine, in which i is dissolved E Stands, Sauce Stands, Jelly Stands, Fruit Bowls, Syrup Pitchers, ,< Jacksonville, and Houston, Tea.mWEBAKEeTMNGS..
t:: much camphor as it will take A Toothing Appeal.
.r as up
rubs Buckets Brooms Curtain Fixtures Sugar Buckets
,
,
,
is pre-eminently the dressing for "Were yon touched at the minister's "...
"I' ....'' 'laceration, bruises and cuts. Its el lonuenco last night inquired Weeks.
J ....R. anticipated action is equal to that of "Yes"returned Wentman gloomily SaO"VV: : O-A.SESS,
for American
," ,,- carbolic acid, I it speedily stops the -f 10. Orocw. Lanterns and Globes, Clothes Baskets, Scrub Brushes, Mops and
---- - -
: *; bleeding. (Hunter says: "It is the .
.
,,'_ best if not the only true styptic,.") Sticks, Ammonia 10' Cents per Bottle, Mucilage-and more bargains

c;. allays the pain and hastens tho proCess on the way. Space now stops us. Come and see THE

ol healing. Few, if any ulcers, GREATEST VARIETY OF GOODS EVER PUT UNDER ONE

''R:< long resist its continued applicationA 1 J. II. PRESCOTT.SHOES ROOF IN A TOWN THE 'SIZE OF THIS 0 come' and look at
'}7 -. a liniment turpentine, with Itf '

,.... equal: parts of laudanum, camphor The Exposition Bargain House COTILLIONS COATS !
and cliloraform, is unsurpas. ed WALTZES IN WAISTCOATS '

'' Sprains and sometimes rheumatic even neuralgia pains, bruises, yield Second St., Near Centre (see the Electric Light in our Wire POLKAS IN PANTS I

". to its magic influence.As SHOES Gluts Siji in the Evening) "

.. an inhalation turpentine has N.B.-Wholesale and Retail.J.} HENRY SMITH. I .
proven of grout service in bronchitis, i When Ijulunan draws the bow thing have to caper to his music,and., they do.
-- - --- - -- --- -
pneumonia,pleurisy and other throat SHOES SHOES < You should seethe way things go. We arc not

., and lung al1 clions. If you have a HAVE YOU SEEN
cough pprlnklo a little on A handkerchief FIDDLING FOR FUN!: .
.' and hold to your mouth and \ abut "
nose for a few minutes,breathing: the LATE STYLES I for fortune. ,We want money and we want trade, and we must! have it; ,fb
vapor, and note the relief. here goes.to the old tune of :"
.' : Internally turpentine has enjoyed 1 PERFECT FITTINGELEGANT !I. THE NEW SPRING STOCK .'

'_ for ii century the reputation of beinga MONEY MUST ',' ,' ., .
GOODS 1 .
-. specific for sciatica Its mode of -
'operation is unknown, but that it --OFvT --. como find goody: must!go. You hear our music. We have not mentioned prices.
.
cures stands as proof of its \' ltue. NOTWITHSTANDING ADVANCE, They dropped down exhausted 1oDgllgo.- I'. ._,
Ten drops three times a clay in ,;.:.'
KYDD'
r..' eweelenou water Is the dose. -AtUNCHANGED' ,&& T_ ? '- .
..t: As a remedy for the baneof childhood GET YOUR, PARTNERS,
:?!:'."' worms it is well! known. A PRICES, IF NOT,
'1 : ... teaspoonful given in a half glass of _._ take the Coats,to your' arms;t fold the AVii tcoals to your heart; prance(.ito.. time
rants and take
at
( -- a whirl{ '
ka: sweetened milk, followed in an hour -
IT WILL PAY YOU TO DO
::, or two by n full dose of castor oil' T.A1)I13'e' ANn OrJNTM SO,
). seldom fails The practice of our I THE HUSTLER'S HOP-! ,
;' grandmother in giving it to us on' Shoes and Slippers in all Grades If you are thinking about buying your .
1 ::: sugar for coughs; and sore throat. was'. : Where everything w H bo slaughtered for the next sixty day to make room for

. ,' ,baaed on common sense. :ALBATROSS, : DRY GOODS, ,. Spring good ...

; :': A bath in a half pint of turpentineand CHILDREN'S' SCHOOL SHOESin NUN'S VEILING, DRESS GOODS, .
two pounds of sal aJa( in tu I GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS W. J. LOHMAH'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
.
;,; ordinary bathtub, thrce-quurtcra! full
grcat'Arl..i",
:-: of water, at. 100 Fahrenheit, will II.I. SEERSUCKERS LAWNS,
10 North Second St. T'Ll1.WHITNER
:::: NAN7DZNA. : .
cure-the itch when other remedies '- SATTEENS SILKS
,
: ST Orders l lIt mail havecarefulatlenh -- ..._ ,
--- -- -- -- --
:.; fall. Throe or four baths; one daily, Hon. HAMBURG EDGING AND, LACES. -
,:7:' art Usually sufficient "
-
J, II. PJtKSCOTT, .
,J, Cotton soaked in olive oil and} .; Our stock is large and varied, and we feel assured we can show the Snort
: ", turpentine and put. in the ear often : Fernandina,pia.L assortment of choice goods ever brought to this city. We believe & SCHUYLER

,,1., stops earache of the most painful in quick sales and email profits, and wo make it a ruling ,
"' ,kind. principle to sell every article at a email profit. ,- ,.-
; In the hand of the physician but of thoroughly reliable quality.A ,
turpentine is of great value in -- ---l lino line of NEW SPRING CLOTHING' FOR MEN YOUTHS -

'," .,- in typhoid fever fever, with and of late is used( ?I __. .. : .L AND BOYS, of latest cut and finish. We are agents for Browning, King : '. i; '.?: ..,--DKALEU3IN -
yellow great success.
& Co. Suits made to order and fit Mattings
guaranteed. a specialty.
_
And last, it is a euro antidote for BENJAMIN & CO.
r rI .....
,
often
.' phosphorus, such ns children '
.. t." swallow when they lunch on match SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES

'i. heads. Five or ten drops floated on DRUGGISTS .
L water should ho given every hour In Gcnl'a Furnishing Gootfer Hosic'ry and Gloves. A large etock of
," till the clangor !Is past No oily or I cm : ,. Ladies, Gents' and Misses HOOTS AND SHOES at. bottom Family and Fancy Groceries
y4 ; mucilaginous' substances should be : prices. We are agent for E. I*; Heed & Cu'a Ladies' fine
'i .... taken. If the stomach is unable to .1 I \1ElER'S Shots and the celebrated t W. L. Douglas Shoes. '
I'
:? retain it, it may bo given as at J ; Ze '"'Orders by mail receive prompt attention,And nil orders amountinp:;;

-] Z.:t, enema in tlouble'the quantity. -- to ten dollars and over sent freight.prepaid, ',' ..:
;;. ; Keep turpentine in your house. I '"
-AND- -
:, I VY 1T33F. wA.1 j. & T.Northeast : KYDD'
it WM the X=. I"I"i ,
Of OilyVe! ),I:. Gold win Smith tall corner '
', I one excUnit rtoryj One evening the ;DRUGS AND MEDICINES 1 Centre and Third 6U.,

," 'party 'wan uot0d on the terrace at Lady 86PNEMT Yon OncE-83 1felkerSt. f FERNANDINA, FLA.
,'...;, -II Athburton't, in contemplation of the i ,--- 1 1I TABLE DELICACIES; I INo.
',' '- --- -- -----
.
<
: gloiloo moon that shone overhead. .

,.. :..;. :,: suddenly."Poor old woman The company!" broke looked oat Mtotmded Carlyle. I EASTER: aYESI1Oc. HENRY W, KING & .CO(8uoc .l N.B. BORDEN & CO.FERNAXDINA ., '; ; ii&:: '; .'-t: '.' ,".

:': ,,' but it lOOn transpired that the refer : / 4 Colors-only lOo.( FLA. ... ;." f .
e enoe was not strictly el'llOnal. 'The .I ( Mon to Angel Friend.> :; _
Mg WM merely apostrophizing the -- : :- -' ..47.Cciitro' Street,,
moon, and condoling with her thBoeneof I Lumber Merchants! Ship Broker '
upon A FULL LINK OF Bakers Confectioners -- 5 : -
i -r' '
: ,
a folly she was doomed to look! :, f' ;:
:,;: down upon on every hand-except, per- FANCY AID TOILET ARTICLES I IJIIIS. 1 AGDNTIt ron .,
hap, at CheLica,-Pall Mall Gazette.TWB AND DKALKAS IX:
,The lativnal link of the State ot }lends,
O.od neal N. .. ? -- _.__-_.. .
.., e r r to K p On. .tI \/ Groceries and Provisions JACK80NVILLE.-ELA. FERNANDINA FLOIlID.A.-
," "Tha funniest incident in my expert. I ." ,
-
f-----; neer-queried" the brtllge- policeman. EXCIIANOE nOCOHT AND SOLD AT
"That was the couple from the country :MfLIN,ERY X. W. c?". Centre and 3d 8ts., UA KEIW ATluigEv -- "
A" just married. bad reached
They the .
TOES OmCB 'IJ WALL STBgET.
Af exact center of tho brid *. '0h. my \ FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. > :
," .:, darling, I cant go A step farther;CJ. 'VlD.. C. DUltYI 'T.-J.. STftEETYnnALEU:
). claimed the bride "what hall doDo
; wo

f,.,,... t',.the, my New precious York?fOnd Why and, well take go. train back SPR DG O g AI D SUMMED R G GOODS, Best Bread in the City, LUMBER MERCHANT IN

; At'JUII.' And they did."-New York
!'iI k
h : Times. pCLIVEKED AT YOUR DOOI18.: COOKING BEATING
j
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NATS AND;FLOWE S. W.TTSROCTO1EI
I" II..... ED..u..
Yellow Pine Red Cedar
One rum daring an ,examination WM I ,
told to write an essay upon the hone. WHOLESALE DEALEI IN Stoves : Stoves
which be did In the following brief ternu: J --AND-
,
"The bone is a very noble animal but >Y.A5i I1r.CIJ. ,

when irritated he ceases to do no! Another near sixth; Strectir+ I rANCY -WOODS.:
bad to write the difference BEEF.PORK.MUnOH. Tinware
upon ------- Fixtures
,
between riches and rorerljr,and be ended Y 'IUE.---4---- w "w, FERNANDINA. 7LORIDA. JlilllP1 ,
: by saying) "In short, the rich man welters
\'. in crimson velvet, while the poor P. 0. BOX 133, I 11. J. :Z3AZLEFi--" .r-- :FTT3S: :ETO.ETO.:
; man snorts on flint."-Lady Duflfexin's Offers: for Site for Court-House.UTtea I
'F.. Vloeregat Lit.In 1Ddia. 'FIIIINANDINA' FLORIDA. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT UWFJCENANDINA .
I West Side Second Street -
near Centre
: IB II1KE6Y GIVEN tint ,lie -- ,
1Ioa"1.t
Clot 1'I.arll' Te..'y V..t T.1U 1> of OMinty CumiaUakuttn tor N W' The giant Ferragua who wa alain by .'t....ruoelv.. soar.Ji of ihllr Bafl u&cv la.lu,11 gore 1 wiiWoApitfcc 5* Ul'"1'. I '\\rnx pnu'< Ctreul W.U and ttaY Y. .FERN ANDIN At :1'LOhIDLL
Orlando the nephew of Cbarkmagne, ale DMM. ixWyul s O1.I,a nlwrNluw. rCOCTUK' OLD STAND) \ kid a&a&.Uouiaeke) 0117
\'t WM eighteen feet high H. always ac brwUoniuttr., BnVI offww HUM he ta Hta d "" .. --- -,--- ---.
and u> ern 4lmcM>|pn of sue) ofcryd uUMt Best Pork -
tr companied) the army on foot there being =.t ii, lumtiMir WM ttttt ..Led. Th Beef, Motion, Poultry UPHOLSTERING.]
I v,'no bone tall and strong enoogh to carry, teodottrcil*, and IUUM b bot iuM4 l fit tktUKttu easy nI &It qw. ht AUHto 1:. :IJTO.,' 'PLtmBING and DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY.: Orders
,*him. Platero in bit publutod writing HUM*. U Mm Ma1.4 I teat tit lit 0( for'TINSMITIIINO
\ 'tells of a giant whom be examined at = ...oftl'N ." .101....adso..ele rfn* WMrj to sIt lIMa"IM. silt. FB.J! .iwipi-.a, 4 GUTTERING. and ROOFING will receive the
tv
,- Looenxi wbow body measured 19 feet 4 fREDW. UOYT;, &' ) ,' .. :: :: : promptest> .ftttention.. Stoves purchased',my store will be put
lacbee and 111D L-&. LooU Cheln.enWnrd'AMudJ()oewthaora rI'1i ,,; a1nA1/1aReawsNAnpee..d! .plf. lI.. 4"'!>Ft..... tlnda2alit.D. d. '
Ilepahlto.
< Attwli uw>.lLNol.rr.Uprt. rated urlotJ.m_.. po i boa M,<'11,. up free of charge. ? > dec171rTRIWEEKLY

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