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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 21, 1891
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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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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:'TRt-WEEKLY-VOL II, NO, 72.: WEEKLY-VOL: XIII, NO. 49FERNAND1NA} FLA., SATlfRDA/, MARCH 21,1891SUBSCRIPTION{ $:;50 PER: YEAR} ;' iNGLE to.PYf'5 CENTS."

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Embroided Swiss and mull flouno- A few issues since, in noting the THE, NATIONAL BANK OP FEUNANDDTA. : Increased flanking Fa114SS Needed MAB1KE INTELLIGENCE.:

HEADQUARTERS FOR inge, new goods, latest designs, at projected j tannery and shoe factory Without sUtintiaiL'Information' loan or w 5YRNA1IDWA.pia .

J. &T. KTOD'S. in Jacksonville, THE MIRROR said The Ov, MSI* of tin Bsemt AxttMtou OD Upon which to bites tli* coOclufion! warn -11'tnn'Ut.........410 now I.) ..

AND'CHEESE.{ u tae 8abJec\) of a Nix "N. Sat ....... ........... -I.'aftl 4ttpm
flUTTER hundred of like Mow think mf
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t that >ranched we wtf u-o
The grand and petit jurors for the a enterprises The wtaUHsh- ,in ....,.. ."'.'.4Mam ASp lit
that jrwrenient for the in { the time IIM arrival *< .... .. ,
term of circuit Court will be character would do more for city saying that Mom Tv. ? 6,46.to .0.97 t> M
drawn spring let than all the deep-water shall ever ment >f a national bank in thin cityis when the outlook for Fornaudinn' is rueedec.: .. ....,,,," ,U7. m 6.n I' s4 ,
April
-mIOL : ALE AJJD RETAIL. likr to assume a different direction '
send 00 for tallow when pet" Whereupon the Metropolis y sufficiently encouraging to justify laturdftjr............ 8:a in oft(1: p.N
Why you remarks that our paragraph "l 1* tinctured frft1( that indicated in our lAst the belief that additional: banking sjmuUy'.;\",", .,....... a mOil l1a.., In,

FRED. W. HOYT & CO. can gH the at pure J. Klarers article?for 5 cent* : with !sour grapea." Not -so, I issue.rrhediseuesion: of the subject capital can be )profitably used in this flu"Mond,1.u." ," ,......... ...._ I n. ni'" I..N pM

per pound brolhtt. We don't envy Jaekson- has TOUAvd our people to the fact oily It will simply be sufficient to A....... .

We have a. splendid line of CONFECTIONERY Three more steamships havo been vile for wanting that whi.h.it is that if( A bank of this character is to draw attention to the following well- Marsh 19-& hnt\"*, BAffard. H. lHM> e,

:and CRACKERS.' chartered for this port, to be' loaded. hardly probable she will ever attain be slirtfd hero it might as well bo established facts in order that partiesinteteetetl 4mlfh New' \ YorkMarrh .,
-*tehrt nor Jemd Lesa.Ceese? ,
with phosphate. done with home capital and managed -
form their '
See and One- wo ld hardly think that the may own con- Sow York .-
our goods get prices. The J'. T. & ]K. W. Ry. is sending' by our own oit 7.cns. These 01 u ions : sas.Mardir '
: following beautiful thought came: .
FRED W. IIOYT .A: CO. to Better buildan views .lave been presented so stronglyto 19 &eaemhll.tlleof '. A.Wm.
phosphate our port. Fernandina is t tto ;
: now ncknowledged
from the lips of an infidel, and t yet '
laim, Xo\f YorkMarch ,
tb owners of tho Bank of Fcrnandvm
airline road to this place, gentle. be the Atlantic
the word were spoken by Robert G. only dwp-water 00-Sohwn** )lltti* TurncrOtaM,
men. ; that they have decided fo in Florida.Its .. .
Motrtlnlq- .
SENSATION Ingersoll : Lifo is a narrow: .vale between seaport '
Rev. Sam Jones will not be in the cold and barren peaks of organizo that institution into a national easy approach from tho sea March !2I)-4olK oii*t Mttl. Honnlwon: I
bank and have taken dtimll, MorMnle.'
CUT-PLUG, Jacksonville tomorrow, owing to two eternitioa. We strive in vain to already (two and a half miles only) its nr l'OtT.tt'CIluhip .

_.' :: TOBACCO. sickness in,his family ; but the ex look beyond the heights. We .cry the ieocs0ary preliminary stet to deep spacious and land-locked harbor YorlMitlra (Or.). Arnold, to

;. cursion rate of$1 still holds good. aloud and the only answer is: the 'acooi jplish that result The formal ; its ample' water frontage ; its \(\II\.IIhortpbt\, .
[application has already been forwarded 9l llssslo ,. ,
light charges' etc. all tmshlp tn( ) Drynnt bailingphcephate.
:The stated monthly meeting of the echo of our wailing cry. From the port are guar: .
The trade at lowest I to the Comptroller of theCurrency
supplied jriceaby
Building and Loan Association will voiceless lips of the unreplying dead antcee that this port will alwajsmaintain Schooner EJwanl. II Blake, Smlthr to -

,: FRED W. HOYT & CO. be held at the Chamber of Commercerooms there comes no word, but in the at Washington, accompa that supremacy it so well ,0my Ifckxteln .ft (10. /' 'ti

.....N on Monday evening, at 8 night of death hope sees a. star and, nicd *>y the usual documents The deserves as tho first t lumber port ou Schooner Jt'*Mn Lt'ttftlu"' N'rw York,-
names attached to this applicationare tho Atlantic coast and tho most to(()coney, Kckfelii: t O,. ,
o'clock. Stockholders can bring in listening, love can hearthe rustle ofa
the following well-known citizens : brig Ellen XT. Mitchell Small to basil at
DIXIE PLOWS natural and accessible outlet for the
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their book to be balanced at that wing. Kings Ferry.Miooncr .
of Fernandina Fred W: II
: Hoyt, .
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time.. Tom Redden one of the laborers greatly increasing lumber,cotton and n. b.) N'ownmii, Sheppard, tu
ONLY E. Dotterer, W. O. Jeffreys: J. H.Prestott .
the State Unckl.t&
naval store !shipments!! ; .11. 'A
The beautiful display of now millinery engaged in loading the phosphate "
and R. C. Cooley. The while the increasing Schooner \Vm Smith, UabbMft( to F.1"'Ii: .
rapidly exports
$2.5 l at King's Bazar bespeaks 6f steamship Yorkshire met with a "
capital stock will be I.jO.OOO and the Igniter Utuocll! ''i.{ .
:. spring. They have just received a narrow escape from drowning Thurs. napie Tho National. Bank of Fcrnacdina. of the phosphate rock and fertilizers/ in 8cho and well selected line of wheel development of which millions & Dro. S I i
.,. -AT'- large spring d evening. While rolling a I'
of dollars aro jiow being expended, : Schooner Myrii D. 11'eavcrV eawr, {t9, .:,..i
and summer millinery, flowers and barrow uptho incline he lost his .
A majority of the stock of the .
new Oooimy A Kct Uii oj t
add the
will l to volumo .of
W. & OO'S. greatly
FRED HOYT
ribbons, in endless quantities balance and fell between the steamer institution has already been spokenfor ..
D. A. KI\O!: & Co.I' and wharf, carrying the wheelbarrow our commerce and mako Fcrnandina: Amelia City Items;

.4 Delivered daily to' any I' The F C- & P. road !is now using a with him. After floundering awhilein that, and the there full amount seems will to be bo no speedily doubt a. still more inviting field for tho Investment The citizen of Amelia assembled .a

ICE I part of tho city. Onion great many of the leaf improved the water he was rescued by acme subscribed. of capital.Tbia'Is I at the school-house on Thursday

1 left at the store promptly of his companions but not until he peculiarly: a commercialtown l evening. All were present, thdhouse
invention ,
""'" B'SiSl'' '' '5" attended. patent car-couplers.] This is the W( .learn that several persons residing teaches
of Councilman Deal! of this was nearly ready to sink the third anJ'pl8t experience being filled. At 7 o'clock dinner
but of tho
Terms WHITHER & SciurruR.EETLEOTION3. city are desirous
cash -,- .' city, and it is one of the simplest time. lied Jen had one of his hands of becoming interested; in tho new that there is no safer banking bust. was served, consisting of cakes of f all .....

and cheapest car-coupler to be mashed, but sustained no other bank. ness than that done in commercial kind Ia, Sandwiches and dainties. .

Happentnc. found'in the United States. injuries, though he was: unable to paper-both that which is secured Among some of the fine edibles was
Loral and Clippings from Ou In another column we publish
bills of and those drafts
by lading : combination cake made Mrs.
work by
v ExohanC. yesterday.
The Stale of Texas sailed for New communication on the subjectof
,Tomorrow will ho Palm Sunday..Black'Silks ., given for \the disbursement of ships. Roberta. It was excellent,but would ,
York Thursday evening. She carried Pcrsonal.and Social Notes. "Increased Banking Facilities .
Tho business of Fernandina is
i unlike r
Soc. n yard, at the from' this NeC4dd"' This in before not keep, owing to the way it was ? ;:
following cargo Mrs. C"P. Cooper Is reported crit was typo that of. interior towns. It is 'r ,,'
and tho it
;* 'V J.&T.KYDD's.To : por: 157,600 feet lumber, 432 bales ically 111 at".her hdme in Jackson. the above facts were brought to our not contingent upon crops, tourists put made together of. Mrs.Roberta material will be classed was ; .
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break a dog from sucking eggs cotton, 100 logs cedar, &>3 cases knowledge. travel and seasons', far it handles
the fine
cooks of Amelia
.kill him. cedar, 557 cases oysters) 67 packages ville.Mrs. In.justice, to the Bank of Fernan- among ;
Kimball'Ilnd Miss the forests
daughter chieQy products of the ,also some M holoys," by Mrs. Buztell. '"
.'Jo3 chlllz beer merchandise, 174.barrels: oil. dina we will : .that so far as we '
export' Milwaukee Minnie, or'I Jacksonville are visiting. say and tho mines, which in this favored Everything was extra, and full jus- .':'
. can be obtained at A. Steil's. Tile fine singing of the choir at friends in this city knqw it has always been ready to State, aro successfully worked lice van dope the good things by ,

TIi 'tcaship Yorkshire will fin- St. Peter's during the Lenten season Col; Joseph W. Duryec, of Net" meet the demands made upon it for tho entire year round ; while Us( those present. Everybody is alive

ish l loading today. bas'bcen highly praised by visitors York, is on a visit to Major and Mrs. commercial paper ; 'but the facts intercourse with foreign and ,coastwise and.well, which speaks volumes for

Drafts from $50 to $100 25 cents to the city who have attended the I Durjee, of this city. stated by our correspondent must be markets, can never be closed.Its tho healing atmosphere of Amelia.

each at Bank of Fc rnandina: e week-day services. The choir is com : Mr. J. Mizell, of King's Ferry, apparent to everybody and doubt- general business' always in n After dinner the time was spent in a .
lees' ho will\ be gratified that steps
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of the under
posed King's Daughters, condition is
healthy now showing a
The foundation Is being laid for an took passage on the schooner Lizzie have been taken citizens sociable manner with select readings
by our own
the direction of Miss Tucker.
additional room to .the residence of Dennison for Martinique. to meet the demand which. in the most satisfactory increase. When, by Mr. and Mrs. W.. C., Bryant.
After the closing of the bankruptsale : therefore,the phosphate elevators
Mrs Friend. Baker has recovered When tho first straintof: music filled
Judge entirely near future will be made for increased
yesterday the auctioneer pickedup built, the enlargement of the docks the
: : hall ,
everybody) was surprised to
French .all-wopl cballics In ,pat. I from his recent sickness. Judge;, banking facilities:
a book, saying, "What am1 (now under contract) completed, and Mrs Levi .
sec Jones accompanied by
terns, at New York prices, at Schuyler is improving rapidly, Success to The National Bank of
offered foe: the "Life of Simpson ? i other contemplated Indus tried and
Miss( !! Ethel: May Hinds,} three
J. &: T. KYDD's.A though still confined to the house Ft'r n.ndint\ ng may she flourish I years
The bids went to fifteen ,at' commercial enterprises perfected thenccod
up cents old\ un the floor for a waltz, and,
quantity. of beautiful palm Generals J. B. Scofield rod G. B. ---
wbich price the hardware catalogue of more banking: capital will be
i like a- little she Bailed around
Another Treat In Store. fairy .
loaves l .' thipped'. from this citytQee Raum, accompanied by Messrs. J. .
were was knocked down to an urchin. felt to meet: the growing wanU of tbo hall, to (the enjoyment of all. At
York a day or,two since. W Doane, P. D. Yoe, and A. D. THE: MIRROR is glad to announce merchandise dealers tho and
Signal service telegrams are now that citizens will be favored witha buyers 10 o'clock the {family separated and,
'Hay,'corn, .oats,,bran, rice, flour accompanied with ,printed directions Anderson, were in the city today, en first-class'lheatrical our performance' shippers of lumber and naval stores, with hearty good-night all left for .

in any1 quantity, at route to Jekyl whew they. go by in and the miners and : .
for ascertaining the meaning of the at Lyceum liaison Friday evening, especially shippers their homes. ". .. ',. ,.

-, *-, ,. FRED W. lIon & Co's.' differently colored flags hoisted. By vitation. April 3d. when the: beautiful drama, of phosphate rock, who all. lookto Mrs. Elms Ramtdell,. of Ports ,

We learn that the pattern-rnaking consulting the DuUeUn.oard. at the Fcrnandina was represented by E m rlllJa" will be rendered. The Fernandina as their most reliable! mouth, N. II., daughter af :your cor ';
of the F. C. & P..will be the Jairest bevy of young ladies at -
department : postoffice those Interested can learn: entertainment will bo under the shipping portThe respondent, arrived hero Wednesday ';

shortly transferred to Tallahassee.. the meaning of any flag hoisted. the Exposition, during the drill, management/ of Mrs. J. I.. Horsey, people need a guarantee accommodations that, by rail, having been five days en ..
under the chaperonage of Mrs. at this .point, ample '
When you want good beer call for Mr. 6am1! A. Swann i ii improving a iii>ted.by the boat local talent that can bo secured to encourage route. "i;
of this -Ihe Misses 141- ;,
Schlitz export Milwaukee; to be had th yard-in rear of 'Ihe"Library Saussy, city can bpi; procured. As, the proceeds the full devclopcment of .this great Amelia citizens are busy getting in

at A. Steml. ** building Shell walks will be made lie) and Kate MacDonell, tho Charming will bo:donated to the organ fundof industry. their !seed, and a prosperous time is .
of Col. 0. Mac.
; It isn't safe to judge a man by the ground sodded with grass!!!, while daughters A. St. Michael's church, wo bespeakfor Fernandina's growth although not expected J.*B.
DonTll l, accompanied by their guests, rapid, has been steady and lasting, .
the clothes he wears; they \may belong here and there flowerbeds will lend the management a crowded hall Jack
and out-look mOlt Sittings. ,
Miss Ida M&ngam, of Macon, and. its l promising.
to his room-mato." > additional beauty to the scene as Miss slay Pickens, granddaughter of and an ,appreciative audience. The What she needs mostly in a cone in- MO&( all t the people in this vicinity .

:': Novelties"jn gents'neckwear,scarfa viewed from the Library windows. 1 Governor Pickens, of South Carolina following is the tration. of('capital to meet the' de have recovered from the grippe,

and( four in hands received Mr, Geo. II. Batr the successful CAST Or CHARACTERS: : wands above referred to. Thin can
just by blonde which did of them bad
of some
i pretty: ,
: determined i -a lovely bouquet Old Mao Rogcn,......_,.......Mr EfllnglMUk Bolter' best be accomplished by increased ...
J.&T.KYDD.s gardener, baa to plant A for while. ,. '
beauties.-Ocala Free Press. !h..ltoIel'l.-.._.WMKttoBUrkE banking facilities.The quite a -.
Do you want fine oysters ? Man. email area of land in tobacco, as an II uer ld ,...,,M.._..,......:.,......,JtlM. Aaoio Pars Tim farmers around here are very ,
Bear Mind ..._ ....... ....... .. ,
If can makea in Dare Hard}; ; *._ V r K:L ioidul Heroism of a Child. ,
experiment. one .
net Mattox Centre street wharf can any busy preparing their ground and
That the preroise -Lot Block 49 $0.4 Deanmaody.,_-.:?_........Mi*MaeDun.U
supply you with the best. t success In that line,:Mr. Baerjs the I streets until ):eta 4.I.... CUIe)lacDoJleU In the Bodvian Library at Oxfordis planting their crop .Snm. of them ,I'
corner Tenth and Ash ( now ......_ _. .
record of heroism
he rack iMimoad -. Mr.J .t.I.&II1 a most touching
man as thoroughly acquaintedwith -
A Japanese wedding will take I occupied by the lion O. L. XWUell) tabrouk.......,._._.-..._?.?Mr. K CUfton coke and 'sacrifice on the part of a havo corn up now that is looking
place at Trinity )(. E. church Mon the cultivation of the fragrant can bo rt"IlCUAII&D, or secured under Marquis P*UanttfMht.*...........Mr J. D. M 11.M Child v rn.nioe. .
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day evening, March 30th, tor the weed.A brass by the month- or year, upon. reasonable Geoff Drew .Mr Waller Whltuojr The lower door of St. Leonard' Our boys are having lota of sport .;. -::- .

benefit of,the new church building. colored boy bought a bundle at 1 terms. Sale of seats begins March roth, atHprseyV Church, Brldgeworth was left open. noW catching perch and trout .In. ',..;

Admission 15 cents. the auction yesterday under the impression I House contains 8 rooms and kitchen. drug store; reserved seats, and two young boys, wandering in, PlammerCrKk. Ben Johnson went ;;': .
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Location one of tho healthiest la the mount to the : :
75 admission 50 were tempted to upper .. .
cents.A
cent general ,
that hewas of j few days and back
getting! a pair hborhood. Abundant ago ,.
Cabbage plants cabbage, lettuce city. }4oc1len'Jlel part ana scramble (rom beam to .', .
shoes. Ob opening the bundle the a cico string.John ; : :
onions, potatoes, celery, radishes, supply of artesian and cistern vaUr. Good Chance. Learn.All. "
.boeU, ejc., at Baer'a and boy was surprised to find only one Large yard 100x100( feet containing fruit ". 'For sstS:..Twenty acres of improved at once aj joist gave way. The Iluseell killed a fine deer last .l" ; "
grocery shoe, the other probably having been tree and flowers. Convenient beach beam on Which they were utandlng Saturday lie said it weighed'ItVTponnda. !.'" .;.
market garden, corner Centre and railroad sod 'Ithio one block of Centre. land, with .h<>us9 and oak grove, In became The elder had '
Fernandina Florida. taken to Jacksonville at A -nucleusfor street. -Amelia City,on Amelia Island, laar the displaced. *"- ,.r
Tenth streets- time to it when ,
that shoe factory. i For. terms, apply to city of Fernaudioa.. Floe location, good just grasp falling Ono of our young men visits dear ;,:v<
"Lohman & Ross are turning out 8.1.)"''. D. Swan, while the younger slipping over his '
climate ales society, with school, etc
seems
The windows,! at Kings Bazar Corner Centre and Fourth bu. ; body, caught bold of his comrades Evergreen pretty often it :\'f- .
excellent This scribe
some cigars. !\>r particulars, apply to TUB MIBROU. CV.
the Could ho what he ;
present a most attractive appearancejust legi. In this fearful position! not tell us finds '
,sampled: one made on the spur ,of now the principal features being' Homeopathic and Electro-Homeopathic -For Sale.-- poor lads hung, crying vainly for up theta that pleas him well?<: > ,;'

flavor bonnets and hats for Jadiel.ehildren' Remedies, FIne central location in tie city of help, fume one was near. Undo Thin. Johnson says' that ''
spring :
,
At Eer. J. HackeVs office, Ash, near Fcrnandtna. Two 100 foct art lot In At length the boy dinging to the ,.
squ relieved him of
about six
somebody !
bats and lace ribbons ;
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caps, Sixth streets. Toothache drops, cough beam became exhausted. He could '
Havana. MM lock; high ground ;on three street* *'
apd other trimmings. The stock of loMto ers, panacea salve, worm fill,, fIaadMMe. > eottafp on lot 1. no longer support the double weight barrels of *va-reaa
Wednesday afternoon Mr. S. A. ,. He called out to the lad below that Let \WI hope that the sneak (hut
good there has been selected with headache pins wen and art cure, colic y"'tgl>Lorb Md anMrrMH d. City water gotit .,
Mode lout A valuable\ ring, valuedat good taste, and canjaot fail to please. and cholera drop pistaamelieertr.oat- and tine trUk welt. TerasM rtbfianh they were both dune\ for. will put it to gopd WJe.an he is entirely -
$105. The next day a negro sold endula. extr., arnlea etr., croup aidoovzh Could] you if I were welcome
it
bakaM on tit.... Address A, art to provided he is ,
Louis Johnson, who created such drops, whooping cough drofs; ; to.l loose y9U?" replied they oungtr "'
!Ir. J. Nash for
the ring to King
hullabaloo teething disk, tap worm remedy sir- ilitioa atltp, : not found out. BEV. .
a Saturday night, was .
and that aeb' 1I&1y He. 1'ampbletsand -------- lad."I "
twenty-five cents, gentle droi -- "
man returned it to the owner. brought before Judge Baker yesterday papers tor..instrncth.n... Please call.: $500 to Loan ejdtr.'think I could, returned the : Order your ototblng of W.J. Lehntat.! J.-
morning, charged with resisting -- On good, impov i>wp Hy. Applyto :agent for J'eob lUcd's Bon's Philadelphia
The steamship Howie will go to an officer in the discharge of his O. r. Avery.r-- 8. D. Bwana, owes of Town IUlpro,...- "11JfO good-by ,and God blew : wad to order dothlng. Fit and
11. for sale. Mid the little f chew, looting
followed duty. Johnson pleaded not guilty, your
morning moat
sea early tomorrow? Coa.JIUI. iq6aUt1 gearanteeti500 aasi1m at the
but the evidence against him was S fine 2-yesrJd soils! ; bit hold. -1"
'Monday; by the Yorkshire. Another d] sad hie! da.b 'd !More Ce Steel troftI. a
too strong; but in view of the fact One very OAt 4-year-old Flower Pots MOOIX WM
Agent Marshall has certainly done that ho had already been severely Ono!C-jear mare, heavy" in foal ; At J. HEKBY Surru's to piece on the stK\ poor txfcrw. I Warranty tad Mortgage Deeds, l legal

.gcxl work in loading; these teasel* punished, Judge Baker let him oifwith A Lio..ov ral good louaMe aodshingles S9.OOO ? Ills oompajrion. ckmbeNtl to a oap, four paoM" for sale at Chits office ,

despite the inclement\ weather. a fine of ':?O. Old ows|<.pert for uric thW oSlo*. place of IAMy. 76 rootar| dozen.


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TRI-WgEKLY FLOltlDA PSRTTtf.f Tt. MARCIl 21. lBD1. .. .
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I Itrt t a lCit: .'. "Tho I/lftht of the World." I ; actD mAt, 11 A3, IS73. i

For STUMP thirty the dream. The Clyde Co. ::
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GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. : : tMTOf'. writing -raradtae L .t"1 lingered in the e/J .s '
W. BAKER & CO.'S :
MOORE A MANUCY PUtLIIH"e
brain of John Miltori: before be had Id- :- E:3: ftl: A _

FKRNANDISA, FL\. MARCH 21. lliut! cure to undertake the p! auit task. lie .

"erhrnp--Wal meant it not_only as the great Achievement O Tv .. 1j B'reakfastCocoa"

army Burgeon, of his ono life but as an epio{ of 0 ".r'

writes that death 18 caused by abnormal the agM.' At last the time came whenhe P1'c : ,..

depndts of lime and fat but chiefly: lime, could write it lie bent to his work 0' f3. 'raH .. .. ,.

in the body But what caoaee: the abnormal with singlo hearted devotion toiled laboriously E cE. rr.i' -' ,,:\ '..

deporits of lime and carefully no put into it ,,; ,8 o. from which the etenw of 'r
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prodigious learning and intellectual 1:1 :;>-4 >l Z ro11 lias been mooted UAbtolntely '" .

In mine dlaoatcra, team explosions power. But, also! the poetic fire and 1)) c::,:) .. I Pure ;
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and
railway dcnta the ;
and acc tnwpuftkaUy enthusiasm of his splendid youth were w :;:::; :: : I and it i Soluble. New York Charleston and Florida Line
.' tragic aadJening feature 1* always !gone. The lime of advancing age had fu p. Z e /?. 4
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the
Dumber of
children left
unprovided c r .
for. By the terrible mine acct lent at got into his bones and his brain. Ills r'w Q ;.f c .. H No Chemicals The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are AppointetPto ''
handd and his had rJJ "
become
J poetry alike C rrl: -..IH Sail ,
Spring Hill l. N. 8., 157 children were stiff and lumbering. "Paradise Lost" : .- "--4 are used In 1U preparation It lias as FollOWS : ('T.*' thus thrown the world. A !! from New York From '
on Jnrkwontlllt
remain" a etapendous work fall of S more than: thru Urns tie of '
ilrength .
I STEAMER j :
(
a :;:::; ) Florida. .4. .
St. meet be bin massive power, an epic which will be a < y1I 8 Cocoa! mixed with Starch: ,Arrowrootor Fddaq. r-29KV.t3PM.; .......tlEklli! OLE .....Thnrsdny, Zilch 6th, at 11.30 AM. :-. .
Petersburg
a place to :
clanfa as long M the Cngliahjanguagelasts. E- and is therefore far MOll "y, Met.Id: at a ..3I..IROIlUOh'.Sn.da1. bleb It.h.! at 2.00 ..1(. ;
Sugar
live In. It JIM population of mill' more ...... ..... :;
a A a. CD SYednadsyllah 4th, at S .A JfOSQEN. .1'utetWy, Itch halt ai4q.x.: '
Drat .
Ion, yet there U no dty directory.' The where are its fire, its panrlon! ;:i :;z:; .. v economical eo.UIt11e"! thin ont real! Friday, Mob 4th at 3 rx..Cll ERU6Sl;...... niuiwfcy" Mchiaii, at e.00 A M. .r. ': -
and enthusiasm Where the fine play and r a nap It li delicious, nourishing Monday Mob Mb at. 8PM.....VKMAHStK.: ......Sunday, Zilch 1Mb at 800A.M. -
cannot afford -4. ,
government to pt.rmlone: Wednextay Atoll 1I1h' E ........8KMI.NOLK.....
:
di: h of )poetic rainbow coloring According a '.1( Tnenday. Mch 17U, at 10.00 A...
on its side, and Nihillits do not want strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED Friday, Melt IStlii: at 3 P.M........1KOQLOI8.........Thursday, Mch lOtli, tl200 >'n
one on their side. AU the more easy' i it to Henri Taine, they are lacking 'l and admirably adapted for Invalids Monday Zilch lOlh, at 8 P.M .....AUSOXQt'lN..,...Sunday, Zilch 2'Jd.t 200 r.N. ,
utterly.It f -4w111 'r ln..d4l1lIIobl"lh..La..1I.IIU.O F.I11..Tue d Zilch 21th :i:
', ay at 400AM. "
becomes well for
for deeds of blood And dark I is an ungracious thing to say, but j as. as persons in health Frid' ay, llct auth. at 3 f.M........*EM A88KK.......Thursday. Melt/ 2Wh. at a.eye.\( "

ness! to bo wrought.It Taine's criticism of "Paradise' Lost -- ----.------T Sold by Croeer;;;.rJWher Glen dtty, \ Meti .fT!d, at 8 P.x.9E611\OLIC..Runday\ : Zilch 2Wh. st 600AM. :"', .
r--- WodncaJay, Meh( 25th, at 8 P.x..In0ttU0l5Tuexlay,, Melt 3bt, at H30AM. '.
comes to mini on reading Sir Ed NOTICE. Friday Rich Will! nt 8 Px.AIAUNc1U1v..Thursday; Apr 2d. Bt 10.80 ,c- \ '
is a fact that what is W. AM. +
called "stand BAKER & CO. Dorchester Mast .

Monday ....... "
ard Ume" has Arnold's "Dght of the World. Our .. Zilch 80th, lit 3 P M CUEItuKKE Pumlay, Apr 5th, Ht 1.30: ".11. : f
not boon legalized in the ---- -- -- --- :-
: :
United States. By common agreement I Christian belief and modes of thought Offers for Site for Court House.OTIEl "

the great railroad companies settled oni'.tI tend to make ua judge favorably the ST. JOHN' RIVER LINE. : }f
-
poem in ad vance. We naturally incline = ,
it for their own convenience. Then the HEREBY GIthAt tht'lIoIIrd AMELIA RIVER- ,
to place it above "Tho Light of Asia. JX nf Uuunly Omamlwloniini, for MMMU Omntj ---- ; '.
Large cities adopted it, also because it We detrfre to do. will roo |1\8..1 thrlrnfflcc, FurnnnJIn,nulll 11 For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on St. John's Eiv'eronrsr ; :
BO we to
; expect ; ;
ffdork of
Harm May 1Mb. sashd
19M. k
was convenient Cincinnati held ont .I <> n t
) Nevertheless those who have conned t he sale to !,! cellatyof a rite Kir Orrort\IMiM -- --- .., '. ,
longest, maintaining her own local time brOHld rtjonty lAid nflerf moot be In writing Packing Company The Elegant Iron Sidewheel Btoamcrf! _, '
the pages of "The Light of Asia" o'er sad mud rlre.dlmcnxloti it ofliiiwtrt u .. .
for several years after the railways centering and o'er those to whom its l there had changed to standard sweet philosophy lAud Afiepeil mint tw IIl&nal8'I,1II' Hy o(1 F -PACKEftS OF- Captain W. A. SHAW.Capt i" .:
1> and musical cadences are familiar nandlna, find finest lira not 1 lee than 1JR f...-tqunro. ., -
time, but finally sho, too, fell in with often diookl tx t iwMmwtxl to IVwrd. of .FRED'X: DEBAR/ ,' -;. .

tho new fashion. Legal disputes have as household word, frill,whether lkfuut1 ftunmliwloiien, Femandlnft; .;. tl*.,and enoraert T. W. LUND Jr. .. ".
they confess it not feel d "Utfsn f.r pie of shv :
arisen over this question or a disappointment FkFAw,1i0YT OYSTERS fRUIT I Am pointed to, all from Jacksonville dally exotpt Aaturday, at 3.80 f. m, and from Sanford,, 'l{ ,' 7
) with Cbailrmanno.rAfbuntymmiwlunen.t : "
"The
Light of the WoJd. J1 .. Jally not'pt Sunday at 1//a.m, ". n
: fi BO. E. Vo'oLJPr.Clerk ,
AtU-jt : 'i e
,1, What I. Deaat)'? friend of Sir Edwin writes that this poem ---- -- SOUTH DOU:\D. KCHEDrLF *" -. '_ KORT1I DOCSD. v-' .G.'f.! ,
.
,,/ /t,. lias been his daily and nightly dream forteD : NOTICE.1i1Yyf1CB : Itend Down Read .:' .'
: E. S. L. Adams writes in Harper's -AEAt.Ella IN- Lee 8JO ... ......... .;............ Up. I' and that Intends e'.x. Jacksonville. ................".(. ........trl"* 11.45 M.I. .:.r
he f.
,, '. .Dazar lamenting the departure from the yearn, it to stand I _|>j 18 HEREBY (ttVEX f that the CVnnty' 8.00 r. x?.?......._........ "...........l' iatka..,.....?,.........:............Leave 7.00 r. M...* .1'
Cuuinilfliilonur for

I/']} t. old declaring Greek that ideal the of Greek beauty ideal of form most, and be like as gifted the"Paradise pen.crowning So Lost Milton work thought of his; so greatly of, too I:of e.t"u.IIO"I",1 11 ay to 11:,the 11.hldat.foe*th tht nan t Naawu Lit AOOO'hawvf'rk',.Umiity orals Said bond until touch will of one sal wit rv lc"entinty l OAK AND. PINE. ..\WOOD, a: 25 1JS0A A.., M M.M............:::::::::.,.::::::::::::...bt..licreKfvrd.-Aeter FranrfO.OOA. .'.:: .::::::::::::...:,...,.:::::..c.,,:: : 1145A.M.1100A.M.12ti 9:
"The
the model of Light the (bear fiitcml at &n.nte of six (lI : 000 ............................... Dpringu., ;
permanept beauty in the ) per otut pel CUT IN STOVE U GTlIS. A. M Jibe ............................... ;,1'
,> "human figure for all time l:. S. World" locks the of fanC annum.. of and Issue will(with lie |*,y,>ble twenty yean front /,..rive! 800 A. M......_..................... .....Banfurti......."...:........... ......" 9.00 A. M, _
prlrilnn of rudeiftption In 013A.M................................ .. ,
.. Adams is mistaken. As I'L hole or In part ten yeses from date of issue), at A. l. .Enterpriae... ... ...................... 080A.M. -
races ice oince of the TnuUM of CVmnty Hondiof nail* arfto Mtipply Ctomttnntlyon : Also,Steamer EVKMI' D.(freight bum Jacknnrllto! Air Aitor :1.
earlier Mondayt and ,
work.
poet's One feels only Wcdneida i
.
) peoples change ideal of beauty change county. Inti'renton nand b"," Will !e jxyublieuil J?rant?. Frldnyt e p. m. Uttuminjc. leave ueedaye,. 1 hundayi slid Saturdays at IV a. m. : '
:'S with them. The Greek with prophetic instinct that "The Lightof I / annually in therlty of Ferq.ndlAa'ia. .or General Passenger and Ticket Office 80 West .
represents the i In therltynf Anew York, N. V? at ojitlon of >1 d 1tn Bay SUeet, Jackaonville ,. "
; ,i'ideal beauty of a graceful rather Asia, not "The Light$ of the World," All l>ld. iliull ippciiy the amount of J:ndr; SBF. St. im >!IOHt: : Florida Itev Bt Jackinrnvnic, Fla.: ,; ,
gay; ovo
bid dr. the w. .
denomination )IIE: I'AY'b.velingi'aeerulgerAentaiWeetflat
will stand M Sir Edwin Arnold's requlrwl, and Iho4lm e / $lrcctJac-kwcnvflleIla.
indolent race, given up to the worship great- whoa lilt bidder l will comply; with bli bTd tfh J."o."l'.LOT. MirM'' ou 'whirl lure Hmjnll fctrvet, Ja...kH>nvlllef Fla. _;
of merely sensuous beauty. The c.t poem. Oimmimtunen tvatrvt the right to. rojoci aajroJlUli ypo. n 3:00: CFJOII\.. Ilott'Altl FWfdtt night, Agent, Cool I,.ura Street Jackwurillc! Fla. <;,
masses all bldr. J. A. I.INI It nlendrnt, foot .nra Street, Jacknnvllle ;
I Iii
of the people were not cultivated Intel'lectnally Probably the lines in "The Light ot I ihonld be addn-Med l to Oca K.M'olfT Oor 5 O Till::.,. J. I iirr.It": Manaiivr, : him ling Green, New York, :
the World"that will become mOlt familiar G of the Circuit Court fir N.saau *nnty, rfnia, MAIINIIAL1. II. C1.Y1H, Ant. TraJJIc )Manugvr lkJ1I, ling Ureeu New York i: .
as we understand Intellectual dins, eudoned 'I:
: FI&'la..4 JII -. are theses .. HIH: W. non WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents, .a1:
culture If
.
now. yon were to put tin InawDlch'beunllELLOtpeso. (Jlialrman Bonrd of County Commliuiloucrjl) la Son 111 IVhnrtrN, FhlliMl..|....... O .1"UaJ' Urrrn. JVrw .lork. ''''
'
modern Anglo-Saxon bat the head Altyott: use, K. Wot.rr,(Perk. .
upon ._
to iner**** __ '
of an ancient Greek it would tnmbl "r.J'r and hatred .r*dual IN ('ilt111TUII'r p Z.o O :

down over his nose, so much larger is And sorrow and death ahall ream \ STEAMSHIP ; ;
>
Fourth
the INjacon earth and([Owl WtllP JiMllrlal ('lr..nU. XallllaU $Z MALLORY LINE ;
head
of the all domtaating'Angl 0- fJonl tKM ar* I'IDI..bd at 111 County, 'Iorleili. Z Fos ,, {
} Saxon. hear the tlnL rnusloof this Fred W. lloyt W. O. JeflYtyi, Stns
.
Fat PIT Infinite,blLwl and R. O 'i.
No E. S. L. Adamst uook-y partner y '
We do not thinklike bunliu.il, --- --- --
------- doing uiiilcr the IE

the ancient Greek we do not talk The American dressed beef plan wino U ||?of iBme'enmudiun.nd ttyle,of The BftB Attachment.Poud...?. ..W.OWAui'ttwoni ID p M t0R F'LOB.XDA "

:. .,. like the ancient Greek, and we are in probably be soon tried in India. There, OoortraW. nipiile, itoliix burL 1 to;..."._ 1,OO GEN1 .a'' SfS : SERVZCE.' _' :.;, "'..." ,
respect like him. We are full of drive r .' on caste prejudice, the natives HUM u lf vrg. W. Uipulv ar -- ,,
vim and aggre llion. Our women ai r* will touch no meat slaughtered and haunt Co. .Xjf' -
types of the race If they too mile DEFENDANT. OEO1WK: W. ItlPPl, Sailing V/cckly from, Fcrnandlna+ '
died Eviry
gq I Thursday
Christians
by or much of any other JL doing iHinlncM a* OVOTK W> litppla A (A A. : ;
in the battle of life and wreitlo with tforces be kind. Oa the other hand there areill will I hereby uk notice that the alwv. tntlll and from raw! York ,f :.
null WM lu.Ututeobr. attachmmt lu- the Clrcu W. L. DOUGLAS Every Friday. :; \ :. .,
that
them '
.
they too.
oppose. w vast numbers of English governmentad (xmrt. Cimnit, Na. au Cooitt; ..
become .erect shouldered FWrlda, on the I7ta day *f January A. D.Is.t: "' ."'..
...
squarer and army employed who do eat meat Mier IIJWlClnlor :
:
byfnxiYV lloyt.V.O Jellrryt'andft.C. Ik.olrpeMlen l $3 SHOE b" Gfo..tJoo........ \(
,.. larger headed than the insipid faced continually, and wimt more than they dolnir: biiklar -ender. tiro nam an yj : .... .. "
:: .O'tr.arI :: "
Greek females with rtjflo of tics tart of Jcnmndln*. Thrhue?t ranted anAnat.m :
: the
beautiful figures get Vtryfevrof tho natives In 'Inch ape ttourir W Hliiiiiu./ I; data*hnntnpM uwtf r th* as me I W.X.UULUtiAA.llrockl.a.IlaM.; Hold by : : ; :, ,;

in morbla. Each raco has its own ty will slabghter: an animal on account of and lundiint style, and Of Uixlrf all other W. IIIppl-jmnnni t Co lutorentud, the aaj,1 d.t J. & T. XT5T1DID As'is.FEBNANDINA A'.f. .

of beauty,and tho all conquering 4ngloSaxon their religion considering the killing of licrvhy rc4ulmildapsar{ and plead (o. the d"< ] HJVD. : :> '
in the boot lu..tI.lIed lit MId ca.U4411I or by the dud bl lm'. :
development is as qmtdra< {>od creatures for food a 110 yygy. */n'l May, hNl! IIEIIINO King's Ferry 'In.' /?

beautiful as the individual of any race> It comes about, therefore, that theEn- pnbltehod'U II lu onlird Tat that'W11(1)4 a copy* Million of thli, notice a l'uhllG 1Ie ------ --- -- -, -- : :

that ever went before him. So is t he> glis&man's meat In India must be. ship uvw.papvr publliilifd In Mid Cunnty and CI.\lt '
Anglo-Saxon and lu tb* City of.-l" ruau.llna I ere CUMBERLAND ROUTE
.. woman with her nqnaret d lied to him at'great expense except what thteTuumth., ULO. E. JJ rodf';, J __ >f

shoulders and independent, ..Ughtllcocked be can kill in bunting or otherwise. Clerk Circuit roil Naaaan Oouutr, Yl!,. to s'iF;, : .

head Go tot The British government has therefore -Fcrnandina.-- -Eli' -'January- ---*-.-VKH. -- -- TO AND FROM FLORIDA 1 lr # ,. ::V/44. + .4i

turned iU eyes npon the great slaughtering -IY; C/RCUI'P t'o ujtfTFourth VIA.tUB BIAUTIFCL STEI1tEROITY _.__.. : '<': ;[: '; .,,' (0
r : r Something About :
/ Money Metal
. ..... plants of the American dressed beef Jnflltlul ('lre"li"\I\'I"ali i I I .',, -", .'"..," -.,, _
A"l There are two Cannes Jor the riw ln 1lbrida. A -> ;
,Ii '" .. % packers. with view of establishing at }Connfy r J T" y
price of commodities. One Is thaf William D\\heolwrlxM and t'
ai u
.
: .. article be heat ono similar one in India. Negotia- Ji. 11. lluMt nl may scarce and bard to gat lions are at present in u N.li.1k "11 A to.: Attacbmoi' ,;
Then if it is much In demand the progress looking Boud... _4fuCMlt Fernandina; ,
prl I ;
ce to the erection by a well known.Chicago blppl, doing bunt- ArpIwunl '. : : ::
will rise. The other cause for rise fDpncea i new pndir lie none and ty........ r.3 : : r ,
firm of a slaughtering plant] in .lad Ia. atyl''e bf U orge W, Ulppl & OF BRUNSWICKICHEOULE CAD IN, $23 ;" '
mAY 1J abUDllanco of mODl'Y. SOlr.XCt'rtMOX.goodforOlutU'i., 40 OOIXTIUMIEDIATr. ''' '
,me employ wiu ue UHUYCB, bran, u wry i :
When money, whether gold silver /( : I>EFJ:\DANT 171S0IHTEElUGE. '. :'
or CFOROB W, HlPPtB. EFFECT 11 BO ,
want to oat meat : J): "
themselves :
.
bare IN
they j dotnir bnniiuia under: DECEMBER! 2llU$>BO.
tin This
Mid of Line
.
paper, is plentifulits value, in comparison name style hating no Transfers between leriiniutinu and ,I.,', ''1i
Ilnaae W New
tiled And Hippie&lkSwill (TAMOAII
tint
dressed they Car do so, and hereby tak uotle ) York oflfen the uarr ANU
to articles of merchandise, depreci hat tb*abov. entitled lull was iniilltuted by aa. yr. QU1L:1'T;: TUAhSI'OUTAllON TO blllU'KBS: OF : '.) ,,"
meantime the Britons, who are not par- 6huient in the tin-tilt ful.... Fourth JudU.I. 8OVT2i KUHIt's!, VtOETAlIUS, and others. ,
ates. In Other words when money' is Circuit Nairnu IViuuty, Floridaon the:2M ll E.rffp& Sunday The.. traveling miullo lire offered the atlrantagca of -
ocular who tlayuf II DIRECT: LINE and
slaughters their beef be Assmr. U 6PB ,
_
plentiful more of it is required to buy a can J'anuary. A U lest doing by William It. \Sbevlwrlvht Lean D"w \'Ia.'r... t .C"'m PASSED. At-COMMODATIOVS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE,' making clooe )u'm .
applied. s md N,11. fiorden, bii.liitM a*N. R. hk.rdeo cnnnerllont! af
rrlT! ( I.K\A\OINA
.:: :yard of cloth than when money is.scan, ._ iCio, Thcreupou Ueorve W, Hippie dnlnK bust.nrsa t- Aeries* I'ergan4iua'un.\JcorlalldM. ; .I7.tQpm.1'1.111 l a ra luq IWpai III J.% 'lihO> \'IL.I.1::, hT. AG; with I'NTIM FlnrdU Central, ,L'tnlimilar Cu'i; lyiUm for :'r ...,l,,;
: and '
uiiiiir the uf# : all
uam and style W : : {joint* ODJt.t Ot. Jtbiu "
Ucoiy learePernandloyrlltFl. Ock-
.. and prices are said to go op. It is well Professor Harper of Yale, the new ilippl A. Co., the.101 defi ndnutf and all other &P.R.K.........lj liMpm 4.*>pmrrive lawaha and Indian Kit.ere, and to all J oricla points! ;. .w', }
; known that when nobody has any money resident of the new university of Chica penwiii lntt>ni.tud,ar* hvivby required' to a| ptar Jack on"Ul '.-__'..." 114 pm. B.UOptu TIinOUGII .. ,'
.' and plead to the dw larntUm filed' in laid cause on IIILL.S!! OF LIII\t) TO AM. :
with which purchase,prices sink away go will endeavor to wake: the western of r t) the fint Monday lu May, tail. NORtH. I'OIJVTS, .

below the average leveL The two school the typical university of the lilt1U' fiubllahed And It li In ordt Tae rvd that ruuno a nut* Mimrnua.of tbl notice a nubile t. L eave e. P R JackrlDValow4 K........._.........Y...0. asea' m :4/
causes then of high'prices are scarcity Ilia idea of tite'modd school is one newspaper published lu wld County and Circuit Arrive reruwdtna......_..... 1M aID 10:10: aID /J. li. IIITHUY. AC.nf.FEBKAKDINA .,;
luwFernauditu.la3pm '
and :
m the City of kiruandlna, for iOpm :
of the articles to be that never stops! but all the U a //L..nd of Arrive Cumberland. ... ,. 110pm: coo ; .
and nxmtha. "
bought depreciated goes on year ru ubu. K. : :' Pin FLA, :, .v. .
; O. II
Clerk Circuit Court Naawu Fla! ArrlT*Bnmiwlck. .::.., ,::::taupra: (OOprn: MALLOUY ACO., '. ia ,".
power of the money of a country to around. There should be (our terms of Fvrnandlua, Fla. January A, iwl County. Oleo ennneetlona both ways load at Jock Her 3> K',aL River New York. "f ; : 1" '

buy. Bearing these simple economic twelve weeks each. Further the ooarso ___ till lur St. AururtlM, abw all t point. onohn's Kt. :". ';I.,,.'.,:.

laws in mind will save much confusion should be so adapted to the ueed of all IN ('IJUUIT: COURT J by train river at >eraandlna.* from; tat South boutb Florida Florlila' 'IE: + '

in the mind of those who study the stpdeuta that a .Journey might pursue fourth JuUIHul ('lrC'".., ISHMMUUCounty liy(eennnect1oni train leavingattIC:; mate ytm"at Prunuwlck with/ E. : JDOTTBREK: .::! ;

monetary question. ingle study if he BO desired. Then pro- Florida. T.. V. 4 U. K. R. to and trim all point H e,,t and i .

Up to thel'al' 1850 easors might swing round the circle and Fwd W Hojt, W, 0. Ea t by train arriving at(.lu a. m. and Ae I""lulu > In Tito* attention to hli '
gold ,
money was and K. C. t ooley, "" at 11 p. m, with through ileepen to ,large'and varied aMortnientofFINE : ,
comparatively] scarce in the coinage of toted s p< dall U need not t confine thair dolug tiiulntnu without god change.A : ,
and Atlathirciit meal nerved on tb. steamer at UmI .
liaui* Mylof lb any
the nation. Then the Immense gold abora to a single college but could five Car teruaiidlna, JdN"j Bund. rii.t7..ItI\\ toe eeuta FAMILY
t Am't'i;;: ; .. Deposits of California began to bo poured students all over the country the benefit Oeorg W. tOPICe:' &0.?..._ 1.700 drMc4a.1.60: areond: clam, one way, S4.W finteuuia a r
; "'. into the world's pockets.. Shortly after of their knowledge from time to time. UHMMUeuive W. ) taco: aeooud-elaiia, round-trir10
gold WM found in California tho gold] But it is by no means the riffht thing, .In (0. Oaneral PaaaeDgrr D, V. ALLEN Aceut., Embracing nearly everything In this 'line, and also that ofFANCY <

mines of Australia were discovered FWeasor! Harper's ojiinioU, that all the TIME J. doing DEPENDANT DUMiiivai I*Ueorxv OEOW.E U. HlppU W, HIPME A Ou., 8, C MTTLEFIFXD.General Manager. :' >

There collegusinthe should be dosed will hereby take notice, thai tb* above eutftlud; IMPORTED w. f
was a tremendous addition to the country Null WM liiMitnted by attaulimvut ID the Circuit GENERAL: OFFICE BEUN8WICK. OA. GROCERIES. ;
world's gold money between 1850 and a fourth of the time. The true university Court, Fourth Judicial (Clrrult NaaMii County,

1837. Gold became that ought to .Login, and then like Ten- Fred riurida.outb W. : 17lBUayof, Jauuanr.A.D: tail by Tin: OCEL:
BO plentiful itvras I lloytN O. Jofftvy and K. U Ouofc yrtuera. \ Only Such Goods in Stock Can '
|* doinir bualnem nudrr the Kept as be Recommended as Pure "; '
.- no longer a very uncommon metal. nyeon'a.brook, go on forever.A : name *ud :
Kyle of The fitiuk of Frruaudlua. !
'' Ihirenpnu TYPE WRITER and
of Good '
Consequently)It was less prized consequently Uvunr W. lllppk), joint, Imilnvw under th*name Quality. : i;
sentiment that and .. W Ulppl Co. r:
the
strange was which L'A said de- .
more of it vas required to (,,. all other; pvnona Inu-mted, ar ., .
purchase articles of food and clothing. was recently: uttered by the leader of the hereby required U> appear and plead to:: ue* $nn will buy the OBELI. TTTE "IlITER1II'ILb ESPECUt. ATTENTION OVEN TO SELECTIOK8 OF '. .y. ,
clerical in the UmO.ui hind In esld canteen' 01 by the a"M'ou* n eha I -
.
party ,German l'tf'.n sod
We find therefore, that the prices o reichsUg if the words of Dr. Wiudhont hare beef h( And It bordered that o0p notlohe IDtQLE CASK ODELL. warranted to do bettorwork -FINE TEAS AND "
staple commodities went 40 cent to fl'.tw. COFFEES+ ::
up per published TUB FLOUOA a publlfluWM tons any machine nad t' '
,from 1m to IB:'7. From liS to 1872 correctly reportedThe sentiment oc- .sper, publiiOied In aid flUiity and CircuIt, It oouibliiM iwmcrrr with l'aulun.II'EUIo :
currant ta toast to the American and lu the City of a ixrlud / :
minister
the United States and the Australian a three DMttitha. .maDelhl"ft"W01.V'F. ssue or orisirioa.wean longer wIthout coat Ot Beet Goods of Description that U !' ; .
countries added over $3,000,000,000 i in at a banquet given to members of the,) Clerk Circuit Court NUMU County, .,.. repaln than any other naehluc. Ku BO i In 11rtbboo can secured ,.

rcichatag. Except our tariff law whichhe rmsudiuaFhiJwuarypylrul, to bother the operator It 1> ;wear, *tTArnAl *- .
gold to the world's NEW l
coinage. did not like, lien Windhont assured ( nickel plated,perfect! sod alal>Ud to GOODS ReccIved" b1 Every Steamer.' ,:

Dut by 1860 the flush times of goldwere his comrades that the United States Dr.-j HC.. PERlNET all kinds of type wrttID,. IJk a printing .prw[ *. ,_-: S
over. It was no longerponred into was It produce* sharp clean legible ripu.lUuj.. S.W. cor. Second and Centre .
Sts.
men's hands so lavishly as it had been stall the model! by Imfution of which RESIDENT : DENTIST Two or tea copfa CB b* made at oats w ; FZRNANDINA .FLA. :..,

Then the prices of commodities went t Germany might insure the spread of Any loteUlgeat pur' o ea beowu an operator ---- ,

down again following the gold happiness' and liberty among the people. omcs OVER rosTomcE.FERNANOINA la tw* days W& oar,, 1.000 to any o|rator TIE TRI"4C'If.LY: :
supply I who can equal the work of the Doubl Cass
What is .
and down more remarkable the sentiment FLOIUDA.OTEX .
like
up a barometer. Then 04tU.
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'the silver wave came on, and silver was was heartily applauded by members of MO\DAl'awlSleESDAYI and Reliable AgeDU and 8al x aen wanted.1C1 1Ipe FLORIDA
FIJ MIRROR
poured upon the world from the mines the German parliament This has to f it YIIIMta UU a. m.Ull 6 p. tu.,and ou d4. 1 Indaeemeoti to Dealer ;;

of the western United States. It became, almost a note of 'treason to the empire urdai'.hlghteeq till 1 yean p.m practice. Modern drmt/Ary/ .' For Faml,
which DUmarck built blood andiron all ruches, Eullr .
upon auUfaotlii gtvutt auJDSXTTZST.
so plentiful that the .
following natural ckae ciaask to sea Ms 5i. ODELL TTTK irtUTCK COMPACT! .
law, It ceased to be valued ------- M .. TUESDAYS THURSDAYS
and$7 Mh
so highly < AT Chlogo. rg. SATUItDAYS.'i'; ,
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When one precious metal. much more Some people will be surprised if the 1)R. )v. E. SNYD)i, "RATES OF .: 't,

plentiful than the other whether it be farmer legislatures in various parts of UPHOLSTERING.T7IBtJfCH SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE : :

silver or gold naturally the metal that country present their states with a tee One copy one year $2.60 I Oee copy three rooatis, .. (C5 cts, \ "

is abundant and therefore cheap mwdathe specimens of clear cut, sober, necessary 'l'sAwrrlu/uaiwQ PfOORA T One copy fix puwtLs,, -- J36 J OM copy, one month .' 21 cU. tr --.y.

scarce and therefore dearer one out legislation, and ,then adjourn '"thoutwAIting OFFICE IN,* SWANN and Fourth BUlLDINO streets, iron t. carahtlb.13" ,r alrtntu and |*.rmni ly ttiiniMd b J an *t=I rerIN CLUD& OF FIVE $2.00 EACH.- -
of 111e I'D"" wlrkmaJk Ordtaaouvtted. "
market AdJjvwr'O
superfluous time. .
any .
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;") : MAYS LAND. not made thai nnfcl in any way rv. lee strength; but Hooore was failing 1f391C
:' ::j. ..;, his Urn la thin moment of ntttr defeat fir-re' MW this and rushed upon him 187.r'j .4,: A. W. LOHMAN
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"V.. 8elond wber tie inhnr.4 IIII aacI olds "Oh I am so sorry so grieved,Pierre, with! 0Md bet hu+ ,
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to we yon' .feel like tm P cried Marie. tol twat 1 down his guard .. ... .
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:, -;. where the sus baa seek to th*ahlfttna tide succeeded .. ." '. 11F.AI.ER: IN -
Of the elonde that tl*tight elves noel. "Von know I love you as a brother is and Honors was at his mercy. "; '.. :, '
Is leads to the portal of loIabe Lad loved very, very much, and"-- The next breath there was a sharp cry .' T.ln---.
:' On Who a vapor cactle' bank and a Vr 1P'OYeI-the mint Mpa.Bd, "As a brother! muttered Pierre, with of terror, the voice of a woman in utter .t- "<<:.... '. PURE HULKXOB U RS R
To darken the wind swept wu bitter desperate emphasis-"as a broth- distress, and a strange, dull rushing "4'''
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.. err And he turned and left the girl's! sound> followed by a crash. .
Tin then that car wishes are an state true, ;:. .
Where frown may not cur tlrt brow, presence without another word. The duelists were swept from their .
Wber storms near matter he whole year She made a movement. if to follow feet and dashed headlong, a horse .
through.VTbcr him. but he had passed down the steps tumbled over them and the fragments of ., 4' >
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And only*Then lb.dreamer l t.transformed who la Now. and out of the gate with,long strides a small vehicle were scattered around.In .. -, .
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f With a pencil and brash la band like some actor in a melodrama. the midst of this wreck thus buried t;:& J .+++-t+......-..+..." +t. ___ __._
Can travel th*path to the rayrtlo vault Ilw first thought was of danger to upon th And the treasure of Maybe Land. Ilonore Chanviu; for in those days the rug to her feet and stood beautiful disheveled F ((JBJ1 MEBROBt : fil
-('bl=ander Jobiuon In WutUncton tat. hot French blood rarely cooled without frightened almost to madness, ,
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!" first having boiled over in deadly fight but unhurt It was Marie de Noyant, ,', +: H ""' + _"" __'- 4 -- h-I 1
;: LOVE ANDJtAPim What Pierre Maton did was to go The horse, after falling and rolling '
,. .' straight to his friend Ilonoro Chauvia over, struggled to its feet, and \'rithpa.rte t '", fil"
1:1' and slap him in the face. ..
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.:. The village of Bay St. Louis was a "That for Marie de
Noyantr he exclaimed and trailing and,whirling about tan U1
*. l': favorite dueling ground in the days when ,still choking with the desperate frairtically away through the woods in .- / : > 1.\ .
s i ; an appeal to swords or to pistols was choler excited by his sense! of defeat, the direction the town. .. : Ir
thought by southern" gentlemen to be the "That for your he went on, repeating Overcome for a moment, the seconds i +. -.1-: I ----1'
only honorable way of settling personal the Insulting blow. Then hemmed and and surgeons stood staring and motion. TEAM
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grievances. Those days are past, and now left Ilonoro, well knowing what would lent, but they were Jnen of 'nerve, and .> .t. 1
there Is not a more peaceful and certain. follow t needed: 'but time to take a. breath and .\' ._.. .. .- ETC ,)
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ly not a more beautiful town in all the The challenge was promptly sent and pull themselves together before spring : Sj
I picturesque coast country. as promptly accepted.The lag forward} to the assistance of Ilonore
If ever you shall be going to New Or following morning at a little"past and Pierre, who lay as if dead on the ,', 13 and 13 N, Third 8I".
leans by way of the railroad from Mo- sunrise the combatants with their seconds ground where the shock of the collision iL.Lj PERNANDINA- (
bilo yon will find it well worth while to and surgeons, met in small open had flung them.Mfrioxlc : .
stop and spend a few days at this lovely space where two or three little wildwood< Noyant had arisen early that t' : Billiard and Pool Parlor Attached
roods!, dim and straggling crossed each
summer resort. morning to keep a promise she had madeto -
., If yon will take a carriage and a driver other in the forest part of what was then visit a sick and extremely aged cruoIS ,i 02DS2S P2COT1T ARSTOSS TO. .
:' who knows the place you may spend a known as the Tonlme plantation. They woman who lived in a small! honso bacH : ,
day or two delightfully In exploring the were to fight with sworda. In the woods on the road to Jordon r;
.1. Ins and outs by highway: and byway, of The weapons were measured positions river. Feeling oppressed with what had GEO. A. LATHAM
J.. a settlement that dates back to the time chosen, the word given and the fight to occurred between her and Pierre,f e Or.
when the Spaniards and the French were the death was begun*by a thin keen, dered her servant to fetch her pony and4nd : jjf
playing battledore and shuttlecock with far reaching clink of steel crossing steel cart and drove away alone before WNOI.FAIIANO RETAIL' DEALER ,
all our rich and salubrious gulf-coast Many a time had these young men, th* -" country. Even now In the streets and now eager for each other's blood fencedin i left the servant behind, wishing to be I
picturesque little shops of Day St. Louis manly play and well did both know i entirely free to commune with her heart I w LE8ytI ESLIQVORS
yon hear the soft accents of Spain and the how equally: were they matched and I and to devise if possible some means of o ,
polite intonations of Paris. how doubtful was the outcome.of the softening Pierre]j",dilltppoinungg.While I \
The people have soft voices and gentle straggle they were beginning Both she feared the tipmvthing c; dreadful, -.IID-
manners and it is hard to imagine much were pale, but cool ana wary; iu their might conic of the terrible p mkm i of the ;j jrJ
harder to believe that it was ever true eyes burned the hateful fire of unforgiving young man, she did w 'dream that
of them that they stood ready: on the anger. The seconds stood aside silently even while she drove sly along the FINE CIGARS, "
strength of the slightest insult, to fightto but intently gazing on; the surgeons dim rood under the treelJJ-dutll was in
the death as a matter of honor; but a little farther away, held their progress between him Und Ilonore '.
so it was There are men living now bandages and instruments ready. Chauvin. tier pony;a stout gentle animal CRNTRJt STREET,
who saw many duels in the days of the Uonore Chauvin to do him justice, did jogged quietly forward in the sand '. *
"code." One charming old gentleman not wish to kill Pierre Maton, but between the tufts of Spanish bayonet t .: FERNANDINA, FLORID
informed the present writer that he had meant, if he could to disable him. This, Und thickets of bny bushes; overheadthe l to
witnessed twenty hostile meetings with however was not so easy, fox Pierre, pine trees mid and the grand .I 4
'sword or pistoL eager to slay, and burning with rage of magnolias rustled Theirti glossy ..; .. ,
Before the days of the railroad which disappointed passion! was fighting like a foliage. ,..pBaddtnly/ .f'. ." .}* '. TIIWTLte:! DEW WHISKEY. .
now makes Day St. Louis but one mad tiger and yet with supreme vigilance treo.o>;JVuf goats part of a I have carefully examined and analysed ,
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hour and thirty minutes from New Orleans and art. herd that had been turned out to graze JaW-ER=, your well known and popular ,-
the only approach was by water : Their swords cut the air with' hissing and browse in wootU/leaped out of a, ;. : '" 1Jo;. THWTLB I>EW. The Whiskey must be r _.
save from the interior of Mississippi. : swiftness and filled the space with .a little tangle of tall wfld"grtMs hard by "" ..r"\ Sa. rror.t; >Mused to be pure, well matured and olxccllcpt '
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This rendered the place one of the most clangor and shower of spiteful span I ? anddashod across the j5ad close fn frontof I' 1' : quality, being soft and mellow to
seclndod nooks in America and, as a that might well have stilled. all the wild the pony. Martebt the lim was absorbed '.. '''; the taste and baring a fine bouqnct. Them .
matter of course, a considerable numberof songs of the IJit.l4ln! the woods ffand-! in thought and held the rna with ;. Jlcsl profewlim may place full confidence t
refugees from justice or from misfortune about. Once the keen point of Kerre's a slack hand. The pony took,fA'ght as f > In the purity and quality of the
or tyranny fled thither; but the rapier barely touched femora's 'throat, the gentlest horse sometimes *ill,,and TllISTJ.1 DEW A.'Jo U/IL"/ ',.
larger part of the population was highly letting the least show of bloo ; In turn whirled about and, almost upsetting' tho k e Analytical, aMfnultlngChemlit M ; .' A

.respectable; some of .it was made up Pierre felt a tingling sccalcu on.;hla own cart run away through tho omit as fast BoolJob] House dnclnuatl. Jun IlflO.! ::1'' : ,'
especially in summer of the wealthiest breast- but this exchange; of, touches as his legs could carry him. The move ) Printing .* <-4. .-" .. 1
.and best French families' of New Orleans only shot into the fight a liew access of ment whisked the lines out of Mario's ;
I who came by steamboat to spend! energy As tbd exercise.irbgan to steady grasp,and so she lost controL IMacover- .
f" the hot season in elegant cottages on the their excited nerves and lend supplenessto ipg his freedom ,ad ('f1Uf'd'rith fright, : /S;;
breezy bluffs. their leaping muscles they redoubled the hitherto gentle little animal now lea ;:. : :
Nearly all:the duels ever fought at their efforts, a.d Uonore forgot hi* resolve came a savage and terrible beast, reek- ,. .' W H. MANN/-/ \.
.Day St. Louis took place in one or another to one! wound Pierre while Pierre fees of everything: giving no attention to 'k. ,-f: !." ," ,
secluded spot in the lonely woods full his dtuire to kill swell into. a steady road.or direction. "- .
:'. behind the town. These woods are n9w, deadly tempest of passion. The reader, will understand at once e" ; : '
dotted with Creole and negro cottages Again and again each of the 'combat- how the'catastrophe came about at there ; :AUikXuL : !f 9CONTRACTOR
the homes of poor people who find an ants received" slight wounds me dueling ground for the pony accidentally : 4 !DIL17f'JG. ; ,' fJENTRE STREET, $,
easy if not luxurious life where the fish scratches) but neither appeared able to heading itself that way, ran madly J 'f -,'' ,
in the bayous and the fruits on the tree break the other's guard n to find an undefended and blindly upon the combatants. II( .. IJ.:: : -" S
w are to be had with but the smallest! out point, such touches as they was found dead half mile from the spot! I '. '" ..'1.\Ai\ t. tAl ." I"...', ,. '.,.. .. : 'BUILD'ER ) j f; '
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1". lay of labor. Ever since the place was had given and received being more the with Pierre's rapier sheathed to the DOt \' .. f.j''; .'1- 1s ._,. .. ..,_ :... .. .... ."... ...'. ..I.: PAHD
first settled and even before, these result of close fighting than of advantageeither in its breast It had struck the weapon'spoint I ;, ;:" :,',;i" (4.'t"+", -J ''.,..."..1,,:. '' ......... p. ',# .
woods have been a maze of crossed and' way >Dot no matter how young just as it was about to dart into the :
tangled roads, paths and trails first and strong they were,, or how expert, heart of Ilonore Chauvin. : \ .
made by the Indians. You can ride'or this could not last very long. The tremendous The strangest part of the whole adventure FL J) ;, : + LORIDA.. -. ..
drive everywhere and in every direction,, strain was sore to telL Who was that Marie escaped without. W.N.. ; 'ESTIMATES. FURNISHED.On '
and yet the growth is thick often ob- would fail first and permit the other to even the slightest! hurt '. ''.. ; "' !}. 1<< .4: ... ',', (... ,
strncting the sight on all_sides Now make the fatal pass? The vonnz mefi were borne to thetdanFiynie .%.."_ "' ;J .. ...". .")t.' .. short notice for all classes of brick '
: and again you come upon little naturalglades They were panting now, and the white nearest house.. 'where for "" ,.' .. '." and wood balljlng." *. : : .
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! .or openings set la wild-grass and foam was tethering on their purple lips. they lay side by side insenAUV- lionAfa: J. .. :'" '.. I .. -" ",", ,. ..&J.ti.-.... .- ;.-. "
surrounded with a wall of trees. These Thqlr eyes, starting and glaring with hurts were nearly fatal, add Puerto was ; "r ;: 6T BepalrfnB and small jobs promptly'.f.': .. t. "
:, .are the spots! that were chosen for the concentrated fury were fixed and terrible crippled for life. In, the a cbnrso of their i"" > l' ... ..,,. .. ..; attended "
dreadful work of the duelists. in their animal expretll on.,, It was convalescence they both received the ...,, (" '
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About the year 1834 two young men as if these two men so lately friends gentle and untiring care of },Marie and r.,.. ," '. ." : Shop Corner Second and Ash Streits. :'"'' if.
of.New Orleans were lovers of a beautiful and almost brothers,were ready to mangle .before they were able to leave the horse '., ,6 ': '- ;'. ,
r girl by the name of Marie de Noyant: and devour each other like savage their friendship had been restored .. r1 .' '. .- ", ': 1"4' i
whose father had a summer place at wild beasts. Aunt dothilde, a very' old colored ; r :l.: W. ir. MANN, 'tfSK: : ,

Bay St. Louis Of course, Marie could Happily the time when such things .woman, who speaks nothing but the avVnff; one' of .the best ..outfits in the State, and the Publishers Post... Box,38. Fernandina. Fla.. ,; -.r;
not accept: the attentions of both it she could be has gone by, but it. I.. by,keep- French patois of the mole country, is \\i : ; '," "t '. '. ',
loved either and as Honor, Chauvin ing record of those strange acts that we the only snrvivor oT the chives owned by i 'beingexprienced Printers, we are prepared to. do o.ny'
had' aptured her heart there was nothing are able to understand the growth of Marie de Noyant's father at the time of I : : '
'. for Pierre Maton to do but to'chal our present civilization. The duel lingered the duel You may, if you will visit : .. %: ;; and every kind of Printing,. -- -
lenge his successful rival to mortal combat -, longer In the south than in_the her in her little house on hospital streetin .
north, and especially the low country New Orleans have the story, that I PIANOSORGANS
oJ The three families-Noyants.: Chan did it last without much sign of passing have here sketched, told .to you in the 44 Ono
vins and Matons-were of the best in away till some time after the close of most picturesque way, and it always .T-: ,
New Orleans and had always been on our great war. Looking back now we ends with a minute description of how

the most intimate terms socially, Uonore can scarcely realize that only half a beautiful Marie looked in her white FROM -1'1-.1 .hl..peeten__" "__..........ItI'T1)-T..nt,..-
and Pierre had known Marie from her century ago. it was a common occurrence wedding gown when she and IlonoreChanvin 500-PAGE. BOOK TO A VISITING CARD 0::db"irrlta"1 Y Y r.1eas'f !:'UIt.r.:
childhood apt they had been her play.mates for two men to do what we are witnessing were married. ... 1
her friends, and now they were between Ilonore. Chauvin and Pierre In the coarse of frequent and long .., TO SELL.-NOT TO USE
her lovers Both were handsome rich Maton. sojourns in the old French region of the WE: DON'T SELL: THAT
and honorable, u honor was understood So much was dueling a part of the life south I have made note of many romantic "teed sb." t" KIND
at the time and place. If :Marie hesitated of the people in the early years of the. odd or otherwise interesting storiesOf .5 ': : gi 7 = .1..t. ;: .ssg: ,
to cbooBO between them it was not present century that in some parts'of our dueling, but none of them seems to S 5 **i,,*" < *4 .i.:'".v .... :! ..FSiSa.._ K, .-.P.4**( :::::
because of any doubt in her heart. She country to refuse a challenge was to in- .me more strange than this told me by As:.,'Neat'and' ; : as Cheap as any OfQce'in, :. :Florida. '-- -- pria" ay w lest "'.. ..
I new that the loved Ilonore, and quite rate social ostracism and not to give and Aunt dothOde. J e ".,
P as well she was aware that under no circumstances not to give one on fit occasion was sore 'Last winter visited the spot! where ", f.S : :' LUDDEN4.8ATES
could she ever love Pierre. to attract contemptThe the duel was ought, and while triedto ; :';: ; ;i: < : ,
k Still! it was very bard for her, when seconds and the surgeons stood by imagine the some as it was sixty-six ,, --- ---
".. Pierre came to her home on the bay and BO wrapped in contemplation of the evenhanded years ago a mocking bird quavered its f.4" 9.'{' 41'i"( FOR. S LE. :
asked her to be his wife-it was hard to fight to engrossed It watchingthe incomparable flute score from a wax -AT TIIK-: .'
break in on his passionate appeal with leaping blades, and so forgetful of myrtle bush on the edge of a flowery ; : I : EGMONT
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1- the truth that must crush him. She everything save this play of death that thicket hard by. What a peaceful spotit ) ; f'r: ? : :
begged for time to consider, and thus they did not bear the sound of wheels wasl-Maurice. Thompson in New :.1 : MULES AND HORSEa '
.f put off the unpleasant. nay, the torturing and the rapid beating of flying horse's York Ledger, .-Neat Carriage.] .,"
duty that she owed to herself and feet. As for the principals, they would _. One Koar-Soat Carriage. '
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to her lovers. But the moment came i not have heard if a thunderbolt had JII'.U:: .f I'd4., J'" "" several One fine IJiiggiei 1'bttton." ,.
when she could no longer Fallen. at their feet They were now I An ancient and distinguished indl lid Two Itowl Lana

Ilouore, doubtless aware procrutinate.1 fighting in the last spurt of strength be- sal writes: t'CLASS U, f'. A\'fUI'roi'riv.or.\ .
was besieging the citadel Fore one or the other must fail Each "I owe my wealth and elevation.to JACKSONYILLE.PRICES[ DUPLICATED Fli WORK -, --- -. -
i' '" heart came also to Day St. Louis and Felt that if his antagonist held np a few the neglect with which I used to be PATENTS'

... urged his suit minutes longer an would be over. The treated .by the proud It was s real Cav*... and Traito-Marki Alitatnrd, and, all
Uently, kindly, sweetly at she could reflection! of this thought set a terrible benefit, though not so intended. It 'atunt bu to>M em lurt d 'tor Mos euere hen
: Marie put an end to Pierre's hopes; butt light in their drawn. and haggard, faces j awakened a seal which did its duty lies Orrics. u Omxits, U. a. ftTtxr: Orates
it was not in her power to blunt in the The moOted sound of wheels in the and was crowned with success. I determined : : :; ,: ems and teen w*eau ilun, sneers. nuavM pates bum|In I 'M,.....w.Owe...and.... al,less

least the terrible point of her refusaL sand and 6f the furious flight bf a bono' if this neglect was owing to ', '.' r,"sty : ,,,Mead. We model adrlwi., dnwicv U iialmtabl or t>'::'.. with dmrlp.n. .
Love is not to be set aside with polite came nearer and nearer. The seconds my want of learning, I would be studious .. i'i' c- tb.,... Our lot not du. till |>&.or lUiMar net. fir d.* of
ness, nor can it be assuaged by generous leaned forward as the intensity of their and acquire it I determined, if it > { ", 4f' .:. A Lints.__ HOOK How la (Jbula 1'etsuta,"
and tender kindness.! Any sympathy with their principals seemed was owing to I would : ''' wait of actual cUuntt In 'ou. MUt.
L fritoUship my poverty accumulate }.7- : \ 4.\ coui><7 or town,suns fn*. Addjcau.
thing short of love is a stab to love. to shrivel them, as if with beat the surgeons property if extreme vigilance 1if.. tj.. :; \".- .' .: .;: C. A. WOW. A. CO., 5-
"Then it is Ilonore Chanvin that you unconsciously drew closer to the industry, prudence' and self denial ; opt PatUnl Once. -- WUHIIIUTV,I>,C.-

care for. Marie said Pierre rising panting, laboring duelists. would do it (which will not always). I Notice .f Final UliiirK.
toga Ilonore Chaovin at this moment made determined, if it was owing to my manners ,..:. MOXTIU: AFTER DATE HEREOF
Marie arose also, and they stood lookIng a lunge; Pierre avoided it by a supreme ,, I would be more circumspect: I 1- SIX ball prwent mjr final aoouunl and ,.
.t S at each other. They had been sitting effort; the movement caused them to exchange was anxious, also, to show those who vouchers at Adiolnlalrstrlx of tin JW&ate of
i/.. on a Tin covered veranda, with the pobitlons, and as they did so bad W treated me that I was andesem IE'iJ'' Don't send your orders for PRINTING BINDING and (]eom C. Dlxon, d c...a.. to tlx bonoraU /
') 1wavee of the bay tumbling in against Pierre shot out a quick thrust that Ing such coldness. I was also warmedby the County Jutlm of NSMIIII County, Florida
.. and ask to be Jbttttartitd from Mid _
.,. : '' -. .the beach in full view pierced Ilonore's sleeve without touching a desire that the proud should see me RULING to' offices outside the State. Orders for either will CORA L. U1XUN.traat. 'rtAdmlehtrstrizvfKsteieofOeergev.1zen .
:d'':: "Yes, Pierre," she sail presently, "I the flesh; his point hung a half second on a level with, elevated above, them. i,
: ;:,> ; .wfll not deceive you or evade :your q11M1 and Ilonore was just in. the act of selves AM I was resolved above all receive prompt> attention from us. Address dro.wd. .
,' ; tion. I do love Ilonore and I promised running him thronga when be tripped' on things never to lose the consolation: of -Fvaaadlua- Fla._.ft27., l6I9Q. ;... ,

., him today that I would be bk Wile.-" 11 a small root and staggered back. Now being cowdeos of not deserving the LIOOHE: : & MANQOYLeek f you ;"tip; AM IN'I4Iu.c. &1ciIn' usesst s\"f'J
Pierre stood dumb for a while. There they both rallied and renewed the ecn- hauteur which thy displayed to me**:- :; IS buteknl I iBeojofwtM wetsaw ahu

was nothing for him to say words were tectwith a momentary show of return- N w York Ledger.. j Box'M '", k S FERNANDINA FLA. J ply baeaOM t i.y Mfvr to do l it Iw lwa the a .,
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,.' THE PLOJUDA 1 ) ltllttt t;: 1lof\'t read I,Paet't thtI t IHit be.llevet .
." NW>*re yon '*...f You .. '
TRI-W"1D1Dicii who tWnItth. Mfctidnm. OUR LINE'OF )
waken( .potent CASH
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OR CREDIT.Furniture :
. .," MOnitlmaMttdtCY. I'ftbtllben. ark t bt1I11bnt, Ir I'ieNe'' .})write .
. A r.4R-J.f-f'OR SIX-JQAfTh -// rrtlirl.U"n! thlt".....t hbe4 5 C4 ute; ,
flit-. .. .- wlMle ( III! U t kh*.nOWlth etrl'1)-) ---------
Japanese Nation 'toes t j'thtr' Jac'k-n l rH. om/.f Rogers' Finest Silverware

: ..".. An for the 'March write fair Iwin t '1.-.'h very easy 'w "4er't,".. in tote Housefurnishing Goods of
: Arnold In the Scrlbner, I nm, w TH. Simj\ >Mon' *%ay. AMi mure "
t ... and nlwnys shall be, of. good St. oa . Francis Xavicr's! feeling: *This no- jy li-nftet folds tt title womaiiw Stands, Berry Baskets, Butter Dishes, Syrup Pitchers, Every Kind and Description .

lion is the delight of my soul l" ..ll-* J 'theakiork.l'iecriptlon"!! Water Pitchers, Castors, Napkin Rings, Solid Silver Thimbles

-;< happy Never, tranquil have I or passed( restorative days more than (hIM cored t h.-.. .f tMltato wok Mugs, Gups and Saucers, Celery StandsPickle Hotels, Boarding Houses, Ships Steamers, Offices #

amung Japanese: of all clftnae, in the "omen Pro crl4ioii, whidi"Jokes, 1 t..< better>>urthtakibwt' 'an| your our Stands, Sugar Bowls, Spoons, Knives and Forks, Sugar Lodges, Churches, Schools, Halls and Club Rooms, Private ". ,
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," cities, towns and village of Japan. J...nt bellevt. U'e'r.j fcntb honest, Shells, Batter Knives!, Salt and Pepper Stands,.Jelly Stands. Residences furnished from top to bottom. We are

. <."l. Poeeibl'that ia because I have: had iA't in .an, together tar! try I>r. fV2'DTo! our line of theM good w.ale and shall bt constantly adding,with the largest dealers South selling
business relations with ray kind If' fcy of their the blglwit of to bt
..... no Piorll!S'!. Favorite IK.Tt.tfon.:! If it our name pU'u.Ut fcclnf pad goods .
and pleasant iponIIo friend, and had only at our store EH3 AY1NO Dogs at ids factory without extra chart ,
deesn't'de as rr>r \entcil, yon get you', .
', have never talked very much meta when to 4e.lre4.Hobby WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
'. physics but it seems certainly, nn money atpkin. v.
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Bide of Whit**jiroors easy, mh-XOn afford --- ----- -
easy way to keep on the right Horses, Velocipedes Toy Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows .
':' folks, to let philosophy and theology todonbtf\ ._ .__ t Baby and Doll Carriages Child's Chairs, Dolls, Vases, Nov
alone. Moreover it (is!!It no doubt, Chile fart l I\rtiye--are lit.; !'!o'nu'sI'leaeaut L w"Prices Fair Dealing! Prompt Attention I
necessary for such experitn to go J'ulletl. ,cities, Picture Frames, Toy Cups, Saucers and Mugs, Toy Teaets .

a little behind that sort of Japan IVjtjUver IH1U\ made j gentle, yet I I Toka. China Tote-a-Tete Sets, Large Dinner and Tea Sets You are sure of getting a dollar's worth for every
I & which you find on the Hatolms\ of liorongh. Ttieyregnlatetandinvigorate Stove Pipe, Elbows Bird Cages-. Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders
., Yokohama or Bobo, in the YorsliH the liver, tt miu-li And l owrln.Ef ,,. Fancy and China.Cuspidores, Flags, Toy Pistols, Paper Caps, dollar spent with us. -

warns of those and the ether opcu -- ,-'. Bird Seed, Gravel, Cuttle Fish, Mocking Bird Food, Water Coolers FERNANDINA OFFICE, CENTRE STREET.

f ports.the surface At Very, which little we distance civilizing from Umbrellas, Locks, Black Boards, Laundry Soaps, ClothesPins ,CLARE & LOFTTTS.Fjrnfcndina .

,r,7 westerners have done our best 10 Washboards) Wine Sets and Cut Glass Wine Glasses, Cake

.r. be slill discovered the old, -- Stands, Sauce Stands, Jelly Stands, Fruit Bowls, Syrup Pitchers, Jacksonville, and Houston, Tex.wEMATHIJAtiiCE.

.. _' changeless, high-tempered generous, J. H. PRESCOTLlSHOES Tubs, Buckets Brooms Curtain ,Fixtures, Sugar Buckets, -
1 I."v".. .. smile and sweet-mannered Japan of! ---

:... ,,'.' old. I frankly confutes it has entirely 1jH0wLanterns : : 'CASElS,. .
...; charmed me; and therefore ... ,. .
\ what I say of this Japanese nation, and Globes Clothes Baskets,,Scrub Brushes, Mops and

..;''r' 'y and must their be received manners with and,the oUstoms proper, SHOES Sticks, Ammonia. 10 Cents per Bottle, Mucilage-and more .bar Ell

caution attaching to a friend, and: gains on the way, Space now stops us. Come and see THE
: GREATEST VARIETY OF GOODS EVER PUT UNDER ONE
oven a lover. But where else In the
t s: world does there exist such a conspiracy SHOES SHOES ROOF IN A TOWN THE SIZE OF THIS I 0 come and look at

:. to be agreeable; such a wide'it' COTILLIONS IN COATS !
....: spread compact to render the difficult The Exposition Bargain House "
'( affairs ot life RS smooth and WALTZES IN WAISTCOATS !

... %< graceful 'AS circumstances; admit; LATE STYLES I Second St., Near Centre (see the Electric Light in our Wire POLKAS IN PANTS !
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; such fair decrees of fine behAVoir "
PERFECT FITTING I Gun Slja'ii! th) Evening)
for all such universal
:-, fixed and accepted( ;
5"i N. Wholesale and RetaiL } J. HENRY SMITH.
.n', restraint of the courser Impul ELEGANT GOODS I a
: PCS of speech: and net); such pretty .- .- -- -- . When Lolimati draws the bow things to caper! to his music and they. do. .
.w You should see the way things gI). We arc not ,
picturesqu ness of daily existence ; .
NOTWITHSTANDING THE ADYANCE
p : such lively love of nature as the em- HAVE YOU SEEN :
FIDDLING .
bellislicr of that! existence; such sin -ATUNCHANGED- FOR FUN :
> ','. cere delight in beautiful artistic -
things such frank enjoyment of the but for fortune. .AVe want money and wo want trade,and we must have. it- ,So
enjoyable such 'tenderness to littler PRICES hero goo to the old tune of ..
}' ; ; THE NEW SPRING STOCK
children such for ,
,
.r ; reverence parent ---"-- MONEY MUSTf I

?..I ,','r.' and old persons ; such widespread' I.A1)IIM'ANI, ) (3fN'lhl', n'
S refinement of taste nod '
{, '- rOF- comb and Foods; must po. You hear onr music. We have not mention prices.
'., ". courtesy to please to stnjnpers and to ;be such pleased willingness ? Shoes and Slippers in all Grades, : :i They dtopped down exhausted long ago, .

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The Rat, the Mouse and the Trap. "
GET YOUB PARTNERS "
? One day well-Ted and sagacious CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES : ..,, ,
rat came across nn object: made 'fJr 7. ., : IF XOT .
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take The Coats to your arms: fold the Waistcoats to hearts I Into the
your ; prance
sole. :
; ? _stout wires, and Its occupation tin grunt .
variety
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? rants,and take a whirl at -
,
., ,: seemed to bo to tnko care of i a IT ILL; PAY YOU TO DO) SO -
:;;:: >' liberal piece of chrtve. Having had EST.Onlrr*I h;;mail 1 have:careful, Alton.. THE ( .
HUSTLER'S
; several with \. HOP! .:i
1 years' experience metand ) lion -, e, ,' -.: '
?-14 their machinations, he rat J. II;,.nl:SCQ T.; It you 'are":thinking about buying'yourALBATROSS .
Where everything will be for the room
slaughtered nut Sixty days to make .for
11 i' 1 looked the ground) over with great; v '
Fernl\n'ln..rt"-! DRY GOODS Spring goods;
,
< ;** care, and he was still engaged I in .' : '
this occupation: 'when a mouse ajpcarod (t. NUN'S YElLING, DRESS GOODS,
.. .t',, ;v'; and wanted lo know whwas ,GINGHAMSWHITE: GOODS, \W. J. LOHMAN'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM,

11 up. the Is," l the it SEERSUCKERS, LAWNS, I
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hy fact 7e
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} 10 North Second St. I'EFiNl1NS
here : : : INA, :J"LA.;
cheese that SATTEENS, SILKS,
., raLUIVO more .
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I'can'possibly eat at one 'meal, end HAMBURG EDGING AND, LACES. -
.*its. cheese! spoils fJ uic1..1ytt! Ow
climate, 1 Wit, waiting Cir.Buuv <1111I i Our stock is large and varied, :and wo feel assured!! we can show the finest
to sumo along and, accept of U .prtion '. ,1 uR ark assortment of chou! goods ever brought to this city.Vbelieve WH1TNER.SCIIIIYLER-:
." .. wrQ f'It in quick} tales and small profits and we make it n ruling '"" f-J,
'I .:,: :"You MO wry, very generous," ;6111 1'l principle' to sell: every article nt n small: profit, V '.
I"'. said the'mol1se. but of thoroughly: 1iI\bl" quality.. ,

; I'" I>on't mention IL Just step! ineula *,Q N C-tn e4 A fine line of NEW SPRING OL01'HING FOR MEN, YOUTHS '... : "':' ..

,...,.-_>\.. \ "and pans the, cheese out, will ti NOIN AND BOYS, of latest cut and finish. W, are agents for Browning, King 'rr .;. : :_::,,,: ':..:p-DJULtm8 1It' Jf .. .
you? & Co. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed" Matting specialty. -' ,
,. L" The mouse hud no uoiiur nibbled! --5 ......- ,"" .
:: at the bait than there was u crash- ,
t5 ; SPRING AND SUMMER. NOVELTIES -
'1. \ r and he found himself! trapped.
Ah I that's the it work, i is
x! ,. way ..
.' it?" queried the rut.II I couldn't .. : In Gent's Furnishing: Goods, Hosiery and Gloves. A.v J largo stock of Family.aridFancy'Gr .derie.s
.\" just make \\ -out UII1I! I so* -t Ladles'\ Gents' and Misses'\ BOOTS AND SHOKS at bottom
'j'; '' spring there omewht.r Very good prices. We ure agents for E. P. Hoed & Co's Ladies'; fine. .
idea" BENJAMIN & CO., Shoes amid the celebrated. L.Douglas! Shoes,

., :, ** But !'to caught!I" exclaimed the ,.' @rOrdcrs by mail receive prompt attention, and all orders Amounting .

: ", mouse In great agitation : to ten.), Ia.anc1. Ever sent freight.! prepaid. .a -. .
.'. '' ,'So observe." DRUGGISTS -AND-

'. "And what's to bo done T .. .' ,'tYKYDn:
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a Well, I leave that to you to de- cm I .,
4 1 tide, I let you In on the ground Northeast corner.Centre and Thjr4.SU.., .

floor, nnd my rcspontibilitv! censed JEWELERS: tNxw Y 011ICE-83( W'iter: St. } 1'$RNANDINA, FLA. '
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';.:,.' there. Fine day today? "Hope we TABLB; : DELIGAGIES; rj !
shall have ----- '" ---- --- -
an enrlspring. :::; .
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.MORAL: a-re-Z'VISS..tn: : 1 HENRY W KING & CO: : N. B.: nO DEN & CO., :: .. -- :
Experience acquired at the expense I I ,, j t- ..:': :;[ > '. .. :
ofothers in. soothing us well ns 1 i I! (Buooenon to Angel A Frtrad,) FERlf AXWNA) F ,A. ;;;,: ; .
valuable.The. DRUGS AND MEDICINES ; I < .

Latest Hand Shako. I Bakers Confectioners > Lumber Merchants i Ship Brokers "., No.' '. i7., 'Ceiiti'0. .', Street. ..
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.. "The latest way shaking; land," ; '- ; ,i
said a howling: gwelll to a New York I :EASTER EYES: 1ND &AURS I 1 I GI:1TTM Fun .
Sun reporter, purely }English in The Satioul Duk .r t the StaUJACKSOSVIU.E. of r FIorimbi -
...: origin. The arm ia I bent at the 100.4 Colors--i onljr lOo.A Provisions ELA. FERNANDINA
s "' elbow but the wrist U rigid and the r Grocories. .and >_. I FLORIDA. ,
hand is turned !inward, nearly touching F.teiIANOIt:: : BOPQHT AND SOLD. .AT
the chest. The fingers are kept FULL LINE OF >.AV, Gurr Centre and JJd Sts., IIANKEIia' ItarF a. --- ----r-----___

_. stiff and close together, and the pressure TOILET.ARTICLEslMILLJNBBY' ; 'f 1 HEW Ton omits. _- sa WALL STREST.WH. : .
i i- very Might, The hands: hardly TAEY.ASD J FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. T. J. STI'i.EETY'COOKING
meet before they separate: and it is -- I*. C. DU11YEE
.t-:, very vulgar: to snake hands fur more "'"- ,
;,. .:' .: than a few second at the mOIlIt Y Best. Bread in the City, I)1 AZ.ILR irr ?
requires practice to do this in pure LUMBER MERCHANT +

form',anti) I had: to study my motions \ DELIVERED AT YOUR,DOOBa1ST. ;HEATING
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in a mirror for more than an hour
before I could accomplish It Yellow Pine (Red Cedar
however I am perfect" i ,
..'. Stoves
J' Pointer-For Housekeepers.-- SD r f ING G AND iiiM U R G GOODS D J WHOLESALE OEAIER IN -ASD Stoves,

::. March is the mouth in which the
x littln vermin of the house need attention BEEF.POHKHUnON. PAITCTwooes.: Tinwaro '
more than during the winter.: HATS;AND i FIOWERS.E: ; Fixtures, S
FERNANDniA. FLORIDA.ASD .
An experienced housekeeper tells\ UI' -

that the best things she has found P. 0 BOX 133 I IiJ. Pv: i :P S ETC. ZTC.
f3ASCER.ATTORET t'L'
for getting. rid of bedbugs is spirits of
turpentine freely applied with a ,JUS. W. IlccJt 'L, FlUtXAMUXA, FLOUIIIA. COUHSELLOa AT LA WFERYANDIN.l.
West Side Second '
Street near Centre
.brush to the crevices and hiding I ,
place infested, says the New York -- .- -. A..b-. near----Sixth,._--Street,- G1fY's MARK, FLA.

Time It coats but little, and in to THOS. EAST oonE, rBOOTOR-8( OU STAND) VtriU. nraeUo*. l tb.Suels.BUM:taft KEJRNANDINA, FLORIDA, l lSS
had at dealers in ** M ***0>rtiBITilBM
bo paints: The .
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1ZPLUMBING -
Ytui( f ,>Owderl! which Are rcconvr Best Beet Matton Pork Poultry .111' Y
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CONTRACT: : :BUILDER R. :E1. EL.A.JR: '
mMdtd # useless. the little neots ANDe HA.UMACJK.' ] TC. ass Duua I. and DRIVEN WELLS_A SPECIALTY: ,. Orders

g and'teeming kerQseP'PjSfrA110.4 ia tbjure?' on some to of bthem depended I TIJtNANIiNA 1'1411, .!tPree- Deitreq to aU pants oI Ityptl ATCHESCLOCKSeJEWELRY.oU for TINSMITHmO, GUTTERING and\ ROOFING will receive the

,on, wUU twlor U di agreeable : 'J'1N'IIOO'I.J& ", ... pBt!.lPRJtU. MIBKOtt win 4o TOUT r promptest attention. Stores purchased m.1lt.oro will be'pntup

,. .' .'" -' '", '. 4 ... =- jetttbbe,:::"n.u-. atnek u.aed 1 U ewOna IMM drwwaR Mfrn. JwkiuNvUV prosy' du: WAXUKTEOCBXTKE: mr. free of charge. .dec111r

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