Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1891
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002001190
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\ t htn l 24, 188i -i SUBSCRIPTION $2.50 PErt' YEAR ; SINGLE COPY, 5 CENTS.

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-. Oood of the F. P. A. One More Mastered Oat. MARINE: IMTELLIOENCE.:

:-no,' Rt'Oord.1, a.f w liars Another of the great: chieftains ofthe PORT or FtiiRAcwinu.nln. .

4P f 1''* hr, th/en of tho tate Into civil war lute fallen before '. .Aftla-r'K''It.( 't, IITUDUO TUII.)

; 7 .q '',)111'biD' ( n1J\Jut l \ the tho airh-eneniv of all mankindVilh ....-........... n,17 a m o.4? t> m
\ Uen Johnston pasMB away lradneeday .............. 7.1.1.; nt 7 S8 1 r m
a 1V fifing,Bureau Weflit one of the greatest mili\arv. IMJtn inrariftjr ............... 7.43 m SOOptuimxfar ,
80m" of t him developed by the conflict between tow WATM.0.14am.

'1.i ken and the States. Some of the military T.w...ne,4np.?..,.......,. o.Main 11.12 i p I.m ni

lit many ,>foultl authorities pronounce Gt>n. Johnston l'hlll'ld&r......."......... i.M a n 1,45pn
: 'MVPuitem Oho greatest' commander on eitherside. At.-.
!' Certainly he was very adroit in M'iroh M- .. }M>lnlh, (Hr.), H..>
kl t ?. ratogfrtic. maneuvers.In watt Msvanna llln. ,. ,
1 i:'po n C'd.'cll. many respects his methods! of \ltP, ,
i ailtdelpl, Toe: handling lI1t'1Iro said to have MM"Infltllu"fr: lYe,. ruhb,.Pub'"
at of AIUil. hhlee Newark.
'ijnrtion: : of troatly] resembled! the UcticS ofdeal.
ne Mr. T A. McQueen, thc'3t Washington. Indeed) he was March 22-eteaawrtiip U_10 (Dr.), try
I it tin'ro never reouently compared to the Father ant, tViiiuurk and l. rnkm.Marrh .
*citizens are left. this
morn t},
messenger t concern thanUcjrtijing or his Country" not altogether totho 23-ateamehip: YorUl.ire (Dr.).Ar
accumulate a library. homo at Cedar Key, wherof; ; Bur disadvantage: : of the former.Prt'8umptin.Jy noM, Uttlt.nII41'f. ; .
should receive the substantial take much needed is four. N
uey a rest.
li r of (fh months competent judges repoattvlly -
encouragement of our people -' stated that had den. Johnston Clog KII'I 11. Mltctitll. irtHlI, to teat .t
gen.erally Mr. and Mrs. Gco. W. Cli'fl in impoitunid" us with IUng'> Ferry.Stliooucr .
i- 'LUG in this )laudable enterprise y ; held full command of the Confederate I
South .Manchester ,Ct, ,who" Y :ror ,tlp.\c'\ in our paper forces ho might have Kvoliitlon (Dr.), lie'c nt. ')
and Mrs. H. Newtonare nn& ; proven &H.lioon rlw,nl It. 11I Smith
TOBACCO. Captain :t. been the guests of Mr. M olTtrcil) wore invari-- even more successful than Gen. Leo, V. to

erecting a handsome head and Cfcoley af the.Egmout,. left r.it.K .hat no attention! was with the effect of altering tho, result ("ooney Schooner! Ikkstoin. A On, 'vGtoney .
: J tie I iia, Vviuie, New York,
The trade supplied at lowest prices root board to the memory of their rtR today, via Jacksonville, rf ropos\l: Futnjly a of the war. .However that may: to KckBtela:: it t\>. '
nephew, Charles Newton Dozier, Mrs. f bc, he is generally conceded] have Schooner K. 8. to ..
by Mrs Abbott ,and : Ilov *, ado with the fii>f% ou Newman SlirppurJ; ,

.FRED. W. HOYT & CO. born at Newport N. C., and died at of Montreal, and Mr.\ and 'Mae. ;3t#.' 4geh ', : "ems na to j f\r roaiuce af hough been an exceptionally not dashing, capable l like "Jtb"leader nllok\.ft Schooner\ Son.I'uimn' 0 Collon.I'N.' lo I'J.\;:" ,.
t'---: "" -: -- --- Vrnandina in tho fifteenth .year ofhis lips Smith, of. Lexington! Ky.:,*>icr if '4tication. : Oiafcjthejro! was Stuart nor deadly sure like Stonewall ltiudlk!1 tlnr.Oohouncr\ '

age. a delightful stay of five weeksvR\&e_ ea [ agency: in tho nitcd Jackson, ho\ wag! no thoroughly Myra. U. Wuuvif, Wvnver, (t>
.t. PIXIE.LO.WS. The bulk of orange now on the Egmont, left for their homes ytjtetr State 9 willing tQ1C livean skilled in the science of war that he Coolley .tEcket.dn. ,

.. Is of poor l1.holast ', i t olll iczcd his opportunities and handled
trees f'IC"
: ONLY quality, says day. plnQk.ljJlJ; hi8 men with the ease and telling Ugly Man -

bulletin! of tho Fruit Exchange,. and An excursion to St. Mar[ ;k the re ,tot." tho 'cldyd! fleet of trained chess! player. nIt u a terrible thing to be ugly,"

/ ", :$2.50AT the Boone jt is disposed of the bet. honor of Misi Mamie Mullarkt;, i with R it 4," the rainbow In civil life ho was known as a says George lawson the English

.' : ., ter. Letting it Wig on'tbe-treea; Cleveland: 0., was given this moping ctc., r;vlsncccshivcly in THEpo capable business man and a very lecturer. It in n hateful truth, but ;

'. will not improve its weight or general by Captain and Mrs. Ed. Morse, MfR"Q ,i '' cxjpir:ition- of the genial ho has made gentleman.almost as Since many the friend war entable"!one the' lead people-men' n truth that nnd"unpre-women '

: y appearance.It : board tho bilot boat Cowan. :Miss first'air! a .: 1111 was promptly .
: FEED W. HOYT & 'CO'S.: on j fp political lifo ns he previously had with repulsive l'hveiognomllfM-havo _
.. is said that a process has been Mullarky has; been; visiting, i in this 8p II: No response was in the army. Many of the staunch t giants: to contend with at their en-

discovered whereby the slag of lur- city several months, but will shortly tad m end of the fourth monff them wtre his former ad- trance upon life. If this bo true of' f ,
L 1 Delivered daily to any naces oail be converted into a fertilizer leave for her home. rtvIdt Th.le" W. '\< ."in ersanes.: Quite a remarkable friend- all ugliness, how nwist it be with tho .'.:

,,IDE I ( part of th, left at the store promptly Cruelty to Animals. all received / Sherman,which only terminated. an ugliness compared with which .
'' :wjt Ti5e, = attended to.: .. We don't think the discoverywill The.& P. C. A. :has no political l, d1ttt": ( :pttlcr% was with the life of the latter. It na: at macro plainness or uncomelinrss is. ,.
Terms cash. .VfurtSKO: & ScucVUn ', result in reducing tho price of"Jorida ,o ajjeWy to'"discontinue the the Sherman obsequies!; that Gen. beautiful ? SIt ,

,-- phosphate lands. social or sectarian purpose to servo ; I !}ictiio. (.;and ae.id; bilf' ;'tbThjsfitifted Johnston Is supposed to havo contracted Is said that Ugo Foscoll, tho .
r': .. its gospel ia the gospel l.pC humanity, r the cold which brought about brilliant Italian and
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... ,BETLEOTIONS': : us exactly; and poet prone
._ : Rev, Mr. Patterson t returned from '
.J! ill creed embraces all God hill death.
"" thing ? writer, was to ugly, notwithstanding
Loom. -v uappenln' s and Clippings* from'.-Our. Fat Jacksonville yesterday morn has: made its platfrom is wide wp;.MIt Bar :'f our money. ButalafflHSr There is something singularly ill dandyish prctcntions, that a jest ti.
:,a. Biohwifes. lug, where he had been holding a enough and strong enough<'ec all \ Immfji'expectations. The striking! in the strong friendships upon .i it as a grimly patent fact be- ,
THE MIRROR on6 month, 25 protracted meeting. He organized a managers ... rot1s- an apologetic formed between these old war vetch came almost permissible. Onco an

No business i in. either the city or Jtaptist! mission- there Great interest I. good people* to stand upon. It aims letter, stating tr j jljey were "striv. ..ns'who aught ng.iinstone another .cquaiwtance of his,who affected not
county court*'since Friday last. not so much, to punish human brutes ing to cffeb': jiwlllcment with thecompany.woold (It. was also admirable as it was to recognize him at first oa entering ,
.was manifested the meetings, : for mistreating dumb brutes but to te M !I range. ,It demonstrates the natura'ympathy a restaurant, apologized; by laying ,
Black Silks, 35c.: a yard, at and several"conversions will result likely to continue
,. v' inculcate1 a more humane sentiment : between courageous men, thAt ho had taken him for an orang
... 'I J. & pKTDn'$. therefromt 1Brunswick's '.; In the heart .of those who have tho the &l, aftoo'awhUe," etc:. etoWo '.:..savann h News outang. Miss Fenwick, in a letter to

Jos.Schlitz export Milwaukee beer .:. began 'tSrsihell a fullsizedmouse" henry Taylor, published: in thatOct'
oyster factory
canning of animals to (teach them that I '
care and (tmroi iatbly.forwarder Chester Locals. > biography speaks of the great
can bo obtained at A. Steil'a. 'T is enid to ,have* a capacity, for Cruelty is crime and that: 'kindness'< iv sight-draft for'thf dew whlcb Her, Mr. C. C. Temple was welt variety in the ugliness\ of Crab Kob- "

Drafts from $50"to $1O0'25cetM .ony.lQOOcn1S] per day. The actual: conquers where all else fails. It Wen nmountoino\ .1131.59.1 This'JtaJ,, ( r i>.ied |>y largo congregation on the son -a Africa of'\iglidc In quick

each at Danker Fernandina. product of our two factories (the strikes at no man's right of roperty, was returned b ]flho bink; endorsed occasion of his first sermon At this iiiocemton, ono look uglier than the
[Jell River and the Amelia River) is but that > : anticipate 'work one that, preceded it, particularlywhen
'Weei popka LodgeK of H. meets simply insists ownershipdoes with the sententious"woJyls1 ",but. lace. We, good he U asleep. '

this evening. .. 5,000 to 6,000 cans per day,.or a total not imply tyranny and that of town. Wo trjed again, and this hero thfa.year, as :Mr. Temple seems Ur. Purr, whoso face had been "' !',.'

French all-wool l challies, }in. patterns of from 10,000 to 12,000. These the cruelty practiced daily upon the time received notice t thrt hie amount tannxlous. to win souls to Chrhn. disfigured by smallpox, was so ugly

at,New York prices, at oysters are sent in every direction, helpless and unresisting Is a blot duo was only 128 forwhicb" check Both pastor and people are well (hat Sir William Jones, one of his
several carloads having gone to San the civilization of the with tho and boll Ichool.t-llows, said to him as they
J. & T. KYDD'S. upon century. would bo Bent us." liitfk\ngi: \ II pleased prospects, ; '
were walking together l'arrifpou
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Contractor% McOiffin is "repairingthe Francisco.Mr. -Evening Telegram. half loaf was better tllaa>) (a-.ing," have resolved to do their part, with should have the good luck to live"( -

E. D. Lukenbill:l local agent of, ho help of God, to further tho cause for forty would stand n '
brokendow slip at the steamship Last Notice. we patiently awaft4l.the<5 ) arrival of; years you .
wharf. the F. p, & P." has just purchased i Fartiee,holding tickets on music box that check, ..u 'up-Ito the, present\ or Christ chance of overtaking your face !I."
the four handsome lots ((100x200' are notified that the drawing will' com'. time it has hand. The friends\ of Mr.: Walton A. A man may bo so ill-looking as tobe _
not cope to Only
oats bran rice
Hay corn, tho highest and last
feet) on Fifth' and Sixth streets, oft on April 10th without fail, at 3 p. m. short time received notice roodbrend are delfghted to too his i typo expres
a sincere lion of
in at ugliness ns truly as the
J any quantity, Formerly owned by Mr. Norman Moon BROS. smiling face at Chester again: he
YRED W. HOYT & Co's.The .' from the postmaster at Binilinghamthat Apollo Belvidere is the model of ,. .
Brownson. We learn that Mr. Lu- C. the .concern- l&d "fl"ane out' of having returned from Ilagan Ga., manly beauty, and yet intellect can ..
combined cargoes of the lIes. kenbill will shortly build, an elegant Wednesday March 25, I will open business." Tho Old' pWik, sign' where he has been at work since the redeem even ouch a face, and light it '

ale and Yorkshire amounted to residence on the lots. The consideration up In Palmer' old stand with a new, and been' the box." 15th of December, 189Q. un with its own phosphorescentglow
}ias relegated t<) 1'.liell-
nearly 4,600 tons of phosphate was $1,500()( and considered full lino of confections" fruits, etc. The tho throe little tot '* beneaththe Mr. W. II. Hodges and family "arrived I When we discover mental
sleep lower or moral loveliness both
will be under of Miss (; or
fine ? Manuel same the charge
want oysters Indeed hero
Do at that .
you cheap price.Many ofliSo Saturday under '
Juddia HeidI. waves near our ; but the together; a repulsive mask, "
Mattox, Centre street wharf, can years practice have given C. In connection, beginning,; April lit, we cloud with the silver lining am Mrs. Ifardee, accompanied by her the reaction in its owner's favor is '
supply you with the best. j f A three 'daughters, left for St. Mary proportional to our former dislike."Qu'il ,
Snow & Co., solicitors of patents,, will have fitted up an elegant Ice cream the "golden rainbow"we retain as

Dr. Palmer, Captain Maxwell And<3 at Washington, D. C.,. unsurpassedsuccess parlor where all ladies while down town souvenirs of how THE MIRROR was Saturday, where tho girls expect togo ladies of Pairs est laid when!J" exclaimed they saw tie for ",.

Mr. Kadcliff are enjoying a hunt at in obtaining patents for al are cordially Invited to stop and rest, if "taken in..' ; to school. the first time dIe actor, Le Kain, on '"
Dnngeness today. classes of inventions. They make a so disposed/ while nailing for any boat Thus endcth our u talo of .woo." Mr. Jacob Goodbread and lady tho stage, Qu'il cet beau I" they exclaimed .

.Why send off for tallow when you specialty of rejected cases, and have train ice postoffice cream nothing etc. In but the the manufactureof finest AVto May its unfolding enable us all to went out fishing last Friday, and as he proceeded' with his _

can get the pure article for 5 cents secured allowance of many patents York cream will be used and every quart profit to this extent: never accept although they were gone only a abort stepped wonderful
per pound at J. Klarers? that had been previously rejected. guaranteed. Order from famalica solid- an advertisement from a firm that while they' caught about thirty fine -
Coouey, Eckstein & Co. have four Their advertisement, in anothercol- too, and if left on Saturday for Sunda,'* I prints op its letterheads, in blood. booK and line fish, which seem to< Collision on the F. 0. &; P. ,
umn will be of interest to inventors dinner will have. prompt attention and be i> quite plentiful just now
red ink Means limited.
vessels now in port and are daily ex-. delivered free. i not A collision occurcd at tho depot < ,
pecting'two : patentees, manufacturers, and all of tho Florida Central &; Peninsular
more. Your, very respectfully, FOE SALE OR :EXCHANGE.Valuabl :. New York Market Review
who have to do with ; railroad in this .
When you want good :beer, call 1 for patents. W.TII&O. 'de. RePorted by 0. I.Palmer CbraroUnkin Merchant: city Thursday mornIng
In Alabama town a few days March 24th. Property la Ui* nearS of the.City rraJIII,4 I'rotluoe, lee Reads Kraut.Nair which in many respects was a
Schlitz Milwaukee to be had an .
export ; The three house and Iota on Fourth YORK: March 10,1801. tint mnarknble one, (In that no ono .
< at A. SteilW since the question of issuing a license An Appeal the Public. street (Lot 23. 24 and, 25, Blade! 11)), are Strawberries, fancy 25t@S c., medium was seriously hurt, nud but ono person ,

Preparations are being made to to sell! whisky was brought be- The undersigned, organizers and trustees still on the market. Or they ttlll be exchanged Uf20c. rin .arr1l *, extra\ large 20c. slightly Injured,

put the beach railroad in first,class fore the courts. One of the lawyer. of the Nassau Ciceronian Library, fur desirable\ residency IotA outside medium cite 12@18o. The market on Tho morning freight; trains meet -,
a prohibition leader, in attemptingto beg: leave to submit the following: the fire limit. This in an ex@ellent vegetable continue firm, fancy *trlo and paw here. The west-bound
condition' for the summer season. hang up his overcoat, so as to better Whereas,The aspiring youth and many chance fur somebody to get a good bean wiling today f3.OOf43.SO, medium train arrived a little ahead of the "

Erabroided Swiss and mull flouno- spread himself, accidentally let worthy person of our community have bargain.For grade f JX( >@250. Market' on cabbage one going east! lUll} was standing; at '..} ",,

1 jngs, new goods, latest-designs, at fall from of the flask not the opportunity ofloo1r.lnrover.col. farther Information apply to Moon easier choice green stock selling at el1JQ the depot i waiting. of By some cause-
one pockets a prMumably neglect the switchman
J. & T. KYI>D'II. lection of book and selecting therefrom Manucy, at Tuc MIRBOB oifice. 2.00 fair to good fl.OOQl.23. Choice l
Instead of the switch
of whisky, which struck the floor such book: u are conducive to their green pea $3.50@4.50 Inferior grade being thrown
The new drinking fountain forman with crash and decided Bear In Mind on the fide track a* it should bavo
4 produced a mental moral and religious advance selling tlJJOi2.60.< Beet 75c@;lIM .
and beat t is being placed on the That the premiw.Lot 8, Block 49, been, it was left open, and when the
odor of the ardent. Unable to restore ment ; therefore, we,the trustee and organizer Largo ripe tomatoes wanted ; will sell .
south' side o(' Centro street, opposite order, the court took A recess *,have assessed ourselves and ask i corner Tenth and Ash street (until now readily at$3J50<34.oa Eg* plant t!$.00<@ dIning belated<<: taatn down\: arrived the main, it came truck thun and

the Duryee building. for fifteen minutes. the assistance of(friend and of the public I occupied ly the Hou O. L. Iialtstll)- 10. A few new Florida potatoes arrivln crashed<<: into the one standing till.
Person are invited to give books or can be rCMHAiW), or secured under and Jelling at $6A)@7w, No. 2'* f fXXK*
"The man who stands ready to Jackson villians are quietly at work money with which to buy book Any I Lassa by the month or year, upon! reasonable 510.* Ouximbr( ",.*nt d, but done arriving. Both were long and heavy freight
and the crash tremendous
was a one.
break a lance with all self-opinion trying to build the '* Doe North and donor giving money may name the book term Tho train that was standing still

ated opponents will fight more windmills South toad" The line of this roadas to be purchased. ISis i truly aid that House contains 8 rooms and kitchen. Homeopathic and Electro-Homeopathic WM forced backward about fifty +

"." thait ever yld Don Quixote." surveyed runs almost parallel with man live In what be reads." Then let Location one of the hoalthieti In the Remedies, feet but not a single car left the<<

Cabbage plants, cabbage, lettuce, the 8., F. Brtenian and cistern
This library will be daily to all. not "'1'1011.of' wate demolished and tho of -
open With .LI'eeW t Toethaebe drop*. cough couplings
onions, potato**, celery, radishes, King's Ferry ; thence due north to Large yard, lOOclOU feet containing' fruit
Book will be catalogued and numbered in both the trains
salve! nearly or
i4ll every
tree sal flcm'or*. Convenient to beach lOMtifer, panacea worm
beets, etc., at Da*< 11 grocery and Jesup; thence nearly northeast toRobertsville bowing when and by whom given railroad within om block of Centre h *lafc. J.I11, Ornand) art our >4wUe were upset.-Taltahawroan.

market garden, corner Centre and' S. C., where it connects Book and mall matter may be for* aWeet..For. and cholera drop. Ilamanwli estrH 0101-! ---
Tenth streets, Feroandma, Florida with the South-bound. Our loving warded to the president, secretary or 11- ; tee-, *pfJy toBaser.. emolj! ,, extr. arnica xtr., croup and $500 to Loan

Attention is called to .the card oMr. neighbors are careful to give Fernan bArian, and all contribution. up to M"y Corner Ontre aDd n.Fourth swaxar tItM.r !, aoa tcethlag b dmjj disk,*,whooping Up worm cough rei e4y.drop..r-, On pAl, improved rol.ty. Apj4y
1st will be published in the city to 5. K Bwann offliw, of Thn ,.
( W. Thea Waas who will open dinaa wide berth in this project, pper -- rS ale drop, II). salve He. i'awpjtiMowl IIRJlro
pecUuJJ1101-tlng the friendly cooperation for iustrttction.. Please ... 1 ..Company:: .
up tomorrow in Palmer Bro' old notwithstanding the fact that by of all interested In the furtherance Finest central lofktloa (in the city of -- "

stand with a new and full line 01 coming closer to us Jacksonville of the above we subscribe ourwclre Fernandina: Two 100 feet.qoare 1 lot in a. r. Avery A Good Chance. ;

confection, raja, eta Mr. Waa ,could shorten the line considerably. trustee of tie same.FreeldentIt on. Mock ; high; ground ;three sum.)*. Has fur rata : Fw aa: ':"'Twenty acre of iuarv. id
E. Blair: Ilanditome seven.room cottage on lot J. :t fine i year-old colt ; lead., with ItOttM and oak gave, In !
idea of fitting lee cream parlovther
op an Flower Pot fcemUry-B F HartwollTreajwiw Noigli.barhood UMMrpMMed. ,, U a good one, and will be and fine brick well Termaooe4ourth One heavy 'in foal tut FeraaoduM. Watlwi
At J. HENRY Sunn's. -Peter William.. C-yir mare, ; city Fin ; good\ ".' ?
j failed with pleasure by nearly"&. every ... > .Librarian-W. II. Peek. .", ca h t-IaOQCII1J1 tim Address A. cars Also, eavewl. good l.utgle*...a3OJX'( > .u.atoe'l; alas notiety, with school I. etc
fly' Old newspaper for sale at this office.' Solicitor-J. II. Btay Misses offi e. .bI iI.*. For particulars, apply to TII.MIIIWa. s

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No ... thrflltof taU ha t*>ea Wd IJ

!1: *"GEO. R. .FAIRBANKS, Eritrea. recently than that el jEbt,leer n n rw ,V FAk 4nf.

.' MOORE A. MANUCY P"-IeMtAt. ned from the eoal rate at"Jseville, rwG7 .

: FSRUoiJIU: ]Ft.: .4., MARCH 2-1. 1891. 1'... Away down 000 feet Mow the

&:..=-: '--"- surface of the earth> ,, tbrftt-rten! of a

In the election of Judge William A. mile from the entrance abaft, i&lnett I

reffcr to the United States flf'Mte. were delving at the coal seams a* anal .rv

.Kansas for the first time In her history, one day. Suddenly, without a moment's la

chose senator without the aid of the warning a deluge of. water broke ,I fl1 :

Republican party. through from a shaft of an abandoned

mine. What started win be I
It never : !J
has been rich nan In
WWtttec never I "\
known jrobably. In five minutae. ItI ) rT_
In the other perhaps truer I +
one sense. I
wad 200! feet deep In the lower portions G A
of having; simple w&I1uand Ustes,
sense, '
of tho mine though tat"/OQ nearest tho -
;. he is well off. Between 60,000 and 00,-
shaft escaped. When the roll came to
copies of his works are steadily<1, and eighteen, I
be called were taVwlag. Such
-:;.: will continue to be sold It is hoped, for 1-1'
of then as were not drowned by tho
; centuries: corns,particularly poems flood would naturally seek refuge in the:
of nature and patriotism.! The copyright .
higher passageway' leading off! from the
bee works holds good for soma I
on ,
level The mine was honeycombed with

years yet _____ these, for it had been worked nearly

The ", Telegraph says that I fifty years.The .

when Senator Ingalls resigned the presidency water had filled the main shaft to !''ih..nluradmirably

pro tom'Of tho senate,his farewell a third of it. depth. Bat there was one adapts

speech! snggeet that a greater mao was thing it cmtld not do. When it rushedIn dl at for persons In health. ,+ r.loo

retiring from that presidential chair a mighty torrent Into the mine it ,.

than had ever filled it. This recalls the drove the air before it np the narrow Sold br Crocers everywhere.Y. Wednesday, .

quotation from Macbeth, "Nothing so passageways and packed it Into the ends 'BAKER & C0. Dorcbester, Mass. IMtMonday, ldch ltch'rt.buth. atST

became his life as his leaving It.Dut of those The water, could not go ......- -- -- --- -- ..- -- -

John James lagalls is not dead yet 6r through the air. It could drive it over Offers for Site l "

even an old man. lie has magnificent 1 .......;
,> upon itself and "OOIDpt'elll! it, but the JOHN'S RIVE

:(" literary ability, and has shown himself more the air was compressed the more nr.nn'hll"; \ .t Tlyenl 4 -AMELIA RIVER- ,

an orator. If ho will only curb that it resisted the water, till at last the air NotGmuty'enml will i ree.iveatU.'iroU.minF.mtea5M012. ; "Ine$ lJ1a aISnM,' For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on St. John's River

,/J caustic tongue it may well ba that his kept the water out of the further end of 'clurk" tionii of VUy 1-th.JIIIfI tearx; 4.rthe ,

A, e ,j best days are yet before him. the passageways as effectually as if it Mao inenbltmniyofsalt sxseeMri-ll.swe Packing Company -The Elegant Iron SWewbcel Statners, ,
\- ffMMflhuiity'. Na1d: :, ort:y 4 I''X: ; In wrlnng atiJ "OITY OF J ACXSONVLLE/: "
had been a wall of brick and mortar. and mast pin dim nlonN eft\y'4 .
The Terrible Car Store. rest 1o5tiont..gether with rice, ..k.The
r. A That saved the lives of the four who Tend olfure4 mull 100 .1I1I1.ted ie the.Sty or Y'r- -rACIEKJI OFYSIERS .. Captain ,'" .
7 : tragio interest will long hang around were readied. It them air of a 0andina end mint te.:II..t I. thn to coca :FRED'X: DEaA Y .
: the tunnel In New York city where six gave square. OtTo,.,. .h"uI4 I t.+",M,".!Ifq! PoeM of ,. .
p pressure of four atmospheres to breathe, Onmmt ()""nul..tll"""" Yt'm ..FJ .,and Capt. T. W. LUND, Jr, -*"

J. persons were roasted alive In eight of but it saved them. do- "Otters fur ale of .te rknw. hoYT,"D'I fRUIT I .Are appointed to'tafi trom1,.$UoD'fIUe. dally except Satwdsjr. at 8.M p m., did from Sautord,
'.' spectators powerless to help them. That dally cz !cpt H-nday! st II a.ni. -
ik .
'i. Great engines, pumping 2,000 gallons Clmtrman art (outrar Co misioneraAlteat ) M
"':I they were employ1* of the road In whose faKo, KHoirF.jy1,: /I SOUTH BOUND. AORTIPBOUND. -- '
ta :.. r
work and ttiirnTTTP .
minute to 'the _
.. a were put ,
II! .
Bead Down tJ
died adds
jrars they this awful death to : 1' r ,
pumps throbbed day and night: The NOTICE.Xr -1)1:,\LKRS IX- Leave LBQr.tl: ..-...........................wlacksenvms.w.. ........................Arriv. Jl.411..'w ,,',
the horror of the case. The New York mine lnUBt be cleared and the bodies of TICS M "EUFBY OWEN that the rwmt O' ,.lunit.,......,......,.................l.a'alka.' ................-......Leave:: :.00 P. *. '
.. law requires that can shall not be heated .IX (Mnm-wlnnen I fit Xiuwan County will n). e" 1,110 .. 111....,...... ..... Allot l::..... .. .Ij.O\J: r w. _"J..
by stoves. The manner in which the those who bad been drowned brought cOre wakxl. |iUU., at the Clork'efeos until m';n OAK AND PINEWOOD .:: .UkA. W..:........7.r.7"!; !! .....'St. Frauds"" .............Z.r"u.--.r.! .. : a. 11,1
ont and burled. Halt a month went on, of My li, 1NH1, lyr\ the.pnreb'w..u( toed of *.1,1 : 600x.( ..,,..,............................UtrttfordMMKU: : -......*) 1.g'; M, ;
0-' ;' road in question complied with the law Fonntr to the aniiMim I f li+.irtk Paid! bon.II11\ .. .... ..._ ... .. "'
and the pomp*only then ceased to throb. bear Intercut at the rat of nix fi18' I cuT 6.00 A. ... .. ..... .... Ittue Jrinp.r.i.: >. .. .. 11W A. *. -
was to plant a huge coal heater in one annum and will he t,"yal>le twenty( ) year coot, from per IN gTQYC, lEN GTlllk PTlre8UOA.M................. .>.,... .. .....fan! lord............__.;.. .?._.. 00UA.M.
end of the car, and have hot water pipes The water was low enough t6 search for date of tame (with HUllnje of mli niptkm In .. 9154, 11:...-,...._,..................... Enterprise......?..;.....,........_..... B80. A. w.,
", the bodies. Several were found. In one whole or In part ten year- +'ram dab of iwue), attheuRIecnr s n"iMnUy '
A l..Rr"o. Ate, Steamer Kviaoi.iiii freight only) from Jaefcaanvflto M Astor Uonilayi.V edne day and
from this { .
running heater around the the Tnii4w.iii t Itnl.of odd .
; par.a ) Friday at 6 la. Rclumtng,1Mve AKor Tueidaya, ThtlTwiaji and tnrrtyi at la a. til
.. spot it was plain that a fire had been txninty IntcruMnu al'f, uii It will ho pnqsalesemianfluall 'f m Itnml. p.
Thus itlonld beats that the passenger. kindled and< that bayl caused the deathof It..w thf rli;..k.FemandinaFia.nrau General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay Street Jacksonville. .
coaches of the road heated with therlt.of York K. \ at i>|,U lun of bu''''.
were ] Florida W i.lat'l'IOCJITm"-Fl"
Y. H. Ino710JEII! : Jr. rmawger AP I. U! ""4 Bay ) '
four man who ,bad clustered aroundit. era All M.I.. shall 'IK'I| the nmmmt of UuiiU r kv.1'.eNIUCNI'AThrareltnaFartgorAgr51,55West. : !! Ma'titi.JIAIf'klOllV11Ie>, n "
hot [ 110. .
water. -- --- -- -- .
had 1 ft the dtniniilmulou I
w The flames bad consumed the oxygen sbenihehl;>r rpnuin t.lil '\\t.t.tt';;: J. o. PILOT, VN4htlI'ul, mi nliarl, foot lit sao Mrevt, JaekaoDvU1e. :rl.
This horrible roasting of helpless victims +lderwutwmplywith golf I. II"VAFIt.ri.ta nlnht< I, Ageir, foot>x.rallueat., Jaokenytlle, Jla.WM. .
in the confined air of the "pocket" in Cjpmniiintonen reserve tliu right V> rtji.ct any or ,: 3.00 $ 'J. A. LJ.IiLI! : Hujirfliti'ttiJ.ut; Cool. Laura Street Jftrttoiulllc, fla. .
may or may not call the attention all Mil* Till.,>. J. e.eika, Trams; llowling Ur New York '
w o
which they were inclosed! and the men Jib sahonldhiaddr.wwltoOen'" \ r.Wolff!, Clerk r $ OtmOr. ir.fir: : : ,
i MAKfcllAU II. L Uaua er, D liven, NetYork
of the publio in other states to tho fact
_, of the dnult Court f>r :Nnv.nil C"uiity, Fvrnan '
to their death. .
that most of the railway cars in the were slowly aspbyaiated dlna, ria,l and .lurscd HUl< fur tho i+ 1HOlJhalnnlll1 P. CLYDE & CO.;, General Agents, ,
The search went until the bodies of ol |b Kin*(.> t Rr U W, IIOYT, ,
Union on 4 i, 14 lends 'WbAP''', l'lillit<1rl|>lil-. a IJo\lUUIr; trees New Tork
are heated in as dangerous a way D all but four had been found. The rescuers Attest UEO. t.; \SoLJT. ('Itr'vfourth -
as the splendid Pullman coaches which __ ______
'_- took fire in the New York tunnel. Many themselves braved death a Irandred IN UIUTIT f\u'r.: -

'.. \"',' of them, indeed have not even inclose! times a day from suffocation in the JiHllrliil (Irmtt, Nassau MALLORY STEAMSHIP$ LINE)
close air, but the work did not stop a
,Iron heaters. The stove in all its fiendishnesa moment County: l'l
stands out in plain eight It is Tied W. Hojrt W. O Jolt\* : -
The full dangers And difficulties 61 and 1C 0, CocJey, "' +- : ;
: : 1.75 ,
true that collisions do not take place ouix. bunlu.m.I } "'
thAt; dread search cannot be folly told. ,.orU.&h& .1t4achIllIJJlt. .cep .
,day but in view of the fact that iinemeandtyl I.+ Dn.dn.r..sige) ? 11 PLOR.IDA: SER.VJOE.: : .
'. ; every ; A line of pickets over the whole three- f Rmandliia! tlj AmiwmI S 01ITIISSts .
several lost .
their lives ... JLnAIconreVT
't persons quarters of a mile to the entrance of,the IIl{' ,Ie Inlni to. "*" "" *, ------ ,
in railway accidents the United States 'able I\\', .. .
a : mine was kept constantly on the alert ILl 011"11II 11Iwlu .. ......
'. last an4 of the additional! fact that Co. '\ Sailing
."; year Once a minute, clay and night, the signal 'l'hIIJFtu (:.EOUGE W. HJJTir, Weekly, from crnanrilna ,Ev&ry Thursday. ;, :
of them were burned to death : .
many a* h+one" W.Hippie & Co.ill
just as the tunnel victims were the law passed from man to man, "All burubjf1 take null,t that the atone. eetltoialt and frcm :Rnva Ycrk Every FrlflnV. w -- ,
right! They will hear it in their dreams was luntitnti-d by: atui Innml la the Untilt W. L. DOUGLAS
es.,, In each state should take hold< of this Fourth JmiliiiJ Circuit, Sawn. County, .. ,
If" for months to come, those brave fellcypt s, nn tinJ7ih dny of jMiuirr A. 1) lout, and other ,ptetat. : '
,; ., matter here and now The nineteenth day came At 8 o'clock : a WdJtI.yt'I: W.u J.itesys ra'e 1S C. Ounkyj $3 S H O E les for (_tlMn... '
liiu-lreM I
phltuon name > '
A collision even
; a slight shaking up, In the evening tho workers stood in frontof rtyle of The tank of j<\'rn o
"-I' upsets the stove or spills burning coals bwirire W, Hippie, dolnt linnlnrMimtV the name BoUbyJ -ij
"breast No. 5. Suddenly the face of and itylo of 6vr55 W.lllpplu A O.the said de'kndant / .
\:.: 'f" from It. The ordinary passenger coach one of thorn blanched and his \ sal nil other poises iutere
.' : is little else than a tinder box, ,with its eyes hereby required f>appear and ,plead to the duo H;A. .. .
blazed. lid and this is what he arathm tiled In mill .
spoke! cause oil Kl by tho flnt llouOayliiMay.lMiU :.0 .
T ; dry light wood, its paint and varnish. said "I beard -p. IIERING. KingV: Ferry, Fl J:t.CUMBEELASD :ii
1 IOmcthingl"Then And It U entered that a ropy of Hilt nntloe! >be '
and the victims down and
.. are penned through a only ID 1'lIa FuiBii MUMOR, a ixibllo ,
t roasted In no time. It is a pity, indeet passageway hewl.ap.r "lIblt".lln l mid County and Circuit ROUTE "i..
three feet high they crawled,over jagged and In Uiu City of twrnaudina, for pprkxt ofhreomnnth. :
it is; that the of .
spirits those have
JtO K. VU> ,
coal and slate, their clothes torn, their 'lia. .,.
Clerk ClrrtUI Court S.xua County,
thus been done to death in flames cannot
hands bleeding, and brought the four Fernaudina.. Fla,January: isnl. TO AND FROM FLORIDA 1 .
haunt the officers of railroad ; .
till they abolish the demoniacal companies car stove. \living men out of their prison ixFourth ( lt-uiT---OI: ; T; VIA TH5 BE. U'1'IFtJ. STKAtElf ''l'"c
In the first days of their imprisonment' Judicial Circuit, Nassau -

,t" Strata of Water. the four men had found a little food in County, Florida* : .'

11 '-.The theory has boon advanced that the I their dinner pails. Then the jtrongesl fllliua,I T). V;hoclwrlKlit and r \ 'o 1

., ,#; ,:a earth abounds to an extent more than .. one of them killed rats with which the, N-4 N.II. B.IhnlOIIdoint Uor Jon _C,.,udneua AUath l. T.

now believed In underground riven which! mine Was infected. They ate the leg of W Hlpr M.Geoifte doing burf-1 Amt Boud.td5143 sward: Fare From Fernandina to New York : *>

flow In various directions at different these rats ns epicures eat frogs' legs, nos under lhe lame anilllU.jUi l to..... _....g 'f3 OF CAIRN, $22 GOIEXCVU.IOX.toodil'OmU-40
sots I.of 0t.'Urp1V. ArpJIK CITY :
And that life them But at
the in
I : depths. What becomes, for instance, of kept 0... INTKHJIEDIATlt, 17 50\STECnAGl\ '. .' '
1 11 BO
the waters that melt from the overlasl. the some time it required all the feeble DVEXDAST. GEOItOB W, ItirPLE.
\ in EFFECT DECEMBER flat,1690.rrst This
JL doing buiriiM under the name ant ityle of 1 Line, having no Transfers between Frriiniidlun and New
that in them to the
.' .. lug mows of mountain tops They do strength was keep (leMtS W. Ill)'pie A Co., "IU herebY take uollw.that .. ( >i.D 'clan,) fork, nRera the I11bT *Ny SlaktJBT THAMtfrOKTATJON 10 BJIU'1-tJ'a OF
not all run off upon the surface, that i I. rats from eating them. At last only the lt'i'tI entitled' suit wu luttitntej by at- A f, '.SOUTH Fit U ITS, VFAE'CAit1.Lb1, and otlnrs.

r plain. Rivers have frequently been discovered hope was left them, and they lived on Nassau lUnIT.<1nuU I"lol1d..un" Uwrt Fourth the;\iA JiidldalUrcult day ot weeny.ErNpI. e.mid+rtr The traveling(: public KM offered the advantages of a IJBrrT IJKE and UNSUR .'
that till rescue came. Tenderly M newborn January I.. U IMiL by WHUaiu U.Whtelerihtsod LesvsBronwtek.ie.er..atsem: I smite PASSED AUXMMOIUT10NH 1'0 HXUIDAUTHOUTi CllA OK': nuking U M '
in caves far under ground,river N. II i,llor.leu i doing buoluess M N. U. BorJunIX Arm* UiraterUiid..__,_. .10,J*a in 11. io amlpm oonn+tlons at KKIt AJUIlNA with Florida Central & I'e lM.uar! fo* ',r Uni for.
t I yiat had, as far .. could: be found, no Infantthe four saved men wenconveyed >. Thereupon: (barge W. Uljiple of doing biwl- Arrive Feman I fleas uiw\v' the name and tyb (ivnnr* W, LeAn rorniuidina r.c. lawalia Indian
and Klverm arid all
I outlet, yet they; flowed on with a current to 'a landing in the upward lllpple & On., the said (tufondiuit. and .U other a P. R. .R.-.._....1-. ...._...I'-4.P m 4SOpm (10 Florida point. '. w 4-t i

r as swift, as that streams above ground. I shaft, They were too exhausted to betaken and uemmt plead liiter. la the t itt dm are 1-r-lliin hereby nlwl I required in said to cause appear on Arrive JICUottvllle., -,.......,. .tlftpmkORTIt. 6.eopm\ TIIKOfUII RILLS Or LADING TO ALL PO1KTM.=.; ,-':,,;;, '

: It is now commonly believed that as i farther. or .by the ftnl Sunday la May, louu! ,: 4'
Leave InckaoQTtUe via Fe'
Farther Information will be J'T ;
And U In ordtrud that a cu|>y of this notice V+* cheerfully given by" : r
strata of different formations At 2 o'clock in the morning the resen- APKU--.."_......r.r..asoam: sa0am: ?
geological XIIIROB
: pubUnhed la KUIIUDA a publicnewMtiipcir .. ._.. IILIIDY r "
l".m. <1lu. _U sob a 11'I. UMOam (,1. It. : Agent. *
ascended to the blackened puU-ihed In saW : and Circuit
lug party ) surface County :
of rock and soil lie one another so feaveFemandina..lla 2tM m ;r
upon pia p
'I.'I.i sud lu the City vOenuuiJIna, ft* a in-rlod otthMtturiiiha :..::::. DIN .TLA-;; :
and themselves Arrtre Oumterland. rs90 t m iuupmpm:
begrimed bleeding ,
i I, .there are deep in the earth strata of water OfcO. \\nLKK ArrirtBrannrlck._ ...... 1Jt( p m ) 0. U. UAUJORY & 00, t
I exhausted almost to the point of faint Clerk Circuit Court Nanwn Couuty, tie. Pier 10 East hirer: New York. '-r +. ',
,. among the layers of soil and rock. "Sink Foroandlui, JT1-H January:pr.1051. Clone eonoectloiu both 111"made at JackannTllle .
holes of earth : ing. Their thoughts turned then to tut tit. Angtutlne, also l all point! on H. "
,portions that seem to -
John'i rlT r< at FernaiKtlma, from South Florida
fall down below tho surrounding parts 1 where all men's thoughts fly in times IX'CIKI'U1T COURT, ty train arriving at t.*u a. m.; tat tiouUi Floridaby H '
i alike of fear to the Fourth JiHtleiul ( Nassau train leaving at 6.10A mCloieeoDnprtloni .DOTTER3SR
.' boar ont the idea ottmdergr'oandwaters' great or great joy, Clreull jnade at Brunrwlek with E. :

r They can never bo filled, no matter how dread unfathomable source of all that U, County, FloridaHoy T.. V.A U H. K to and from !point Weal and
W. Hoy*, W. O \ Eart" tr tnUot s rrlTiiig It 4.10 a. m. and driwrtlng Invites attention to big Urge and varied
shall be. before Jvffny assortment of
was or stopped
They .
'much debris. thrown into them and aDd n. c. txoley, VAtuvn at 11 p. in., with through sleepers 4o loulnvllle
the belief is current that here the crust the house of the senior member of the lotus bUHliwM under' the.1 Altechmeua without rhanire.A 1 .. .
ood meal M rr d oa the stMTO at any time
', .' of earth is thin above tbe underground company, and there in the darkness, with! of bate.'.rnau.uo tI u.JaylsofTitu Bunk Ik .t ';;m.f7'tIk'w. Ibr III)Court" Fcrntndtni and FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
Local &r, Brunswick I2.0r
; stream. One explorer of subterranean all their souls in their voices, song George inN"e &w, buill- Awt..MuuL' '<. ft 'Praise Ood from whom all blessings l Ola*., 1-60 tuonud-clau: 1'OUp't-trll
t'. waters claims that there Is at least aa tea nv-ft" M 1J1WW ii IdLdp14mIL: ErubraUng nearly everything In this line,'and also tint of '

much water in the underground< river flow ______ General PaMeiigvi.Aceut.
t'" streams and lakes as then Is upon the Two years ago such s differ JL doiiig tMb.lue I aa Uewrite, W. Ilippi. S CuSul Oeueral Manager, FANCY .
hereby take n surface lie himself is confident that ence between France and England" at was instituted by attachment in the OimltCourt. CEXTOAl. OFFICE JU1 l(8WICY. 0TSB -_ ?: : .
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be has located and traced for distance Fourth Judicial tlreort, Niun-iu U my. --- .. >
a +
present exists concerning Newfoundland "
rlorldoa the 17th d..yof January, A,U IWI by ODCL:
of eighteen miles one stream in Dakota would probably have ended in war, but b 0. .JLftHyiUU1.., c. Oool.y.. Only Such Goods Kept {Sn Stock as Can be Recommended as Pare 1
'adoft ,Iluyt,666lIIIiiiY. utidw tbo and
which .. from ten to fifty-five toot wld now both nations are extremely conciliatory > ti k of Jftru-udln name IberaupouUourgtW TYPE WRITER and of Good Quality.; ..:' :Jf '
Iliiplv dotugbualutsenlrrthevaietsad t,
and four feet
over deep.
and there is not any apprehension style" of .t-oiyv W. lllpph From these subterranean streams the that the diffionltyover the Newfoundland .... and aU other |>ut.>nlu v U_ are' ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO'.BELEcTIOblS' OFPINE ,*** *
hereby roqulnnt to apimir and lead to tbe'ai.'o- Oft wnibuTtheODXLLTYfEWirrniV : ;
water for irrigating the arid plains of fisheries will cause war. It will htrartoufed In aid taiu. oa oe by the ant Monday <6 v with n, chancten, cud Sub for the ,

the west will be obtained it expected.. be arbitrated peacefully, and concessions lu May, 1,M. j' WHOLE CASE OQCLL. warranted to do better -- TEAS = "
1 And It wuMurcd, that aeory of thl nofloebcpublUhwt AND OOFFE'I+S ? :7'
,.I In mountainous regions thesnbterranea will be nude satisfactory to both lu Tun rUJkio. Mit>M, a i.ul(31ob work than any uactloe made.It .
..wnuk >tr pubtlvhed ta MId Oouuly and OrcnU .,im. .. .
streams will be found to take their: | eombtoet apiruatr DI:> iuuTT, 'f\:
tildes. Thus much advancement at leas and lit the Cltr of t enmndaia, for a period ol ,'
origin. If, then shafts are sank and the Universal Peace three luonlhi. o tx), M'OL>'r. ,vu Ol ora.arrow. wean looter w tthout; wt ot Beat GooJs 6f this Description tbat can be secnrej. *- : '. = \
society can congratulate
Via than other 11.. ink
Cluck: Otrcuil ( a" Nauru Couuty<< repair any o-tcfctne. bo ,
1 tunnels dug in the proper direction anA itself the world bas made. FeruaaJUi-, n,,Jauoary A 11tI/1./ ribbon io tothoj ib*oper-tor. U i* IIlai..tVB- 1VBWGOODS

exhaustless of water can be obtained rascal.iiasl plated,I'I'rrvn Md adapted to Received by Every Steamer

:' from this underflow. The under la the telephone companion of Berlin "Dr.JOHNC.PERrNlTRESIDENT ; all kind*of type ..rkt ,. Uk a prtatt i pf-,

r ;r flow of water is, in fact, now earnestly (Germany It bas been solemnly: decide It produce Mrp, abet legible au.. acttJ>1a. S,W. cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA FLA

engaging the attention of the United in high conclave to employ only womenin : DENTIST Two ot ten copka eau be, 18* W tins. wrlflng, --- -,--- -
Any lutelUjuot person can became ij ojr-tor
States department of agriculture. future. The metaphysical and sden OITICB ovxa rosr-ornca. la two days;' We amt 1,000 to any operator THE: : TRI.WEEZ'LTFLORIDA

Artesian wells, tunnels and reservoirs tiflo reason for this is that women' who e-n equal Vie wwk of Ue Doable Cass

)', near the bead waters of riven are the voices, being\ universally acknowledged FEUNANDINA, .FLOntDA. OdsU.KaUabl. -

Io\\, means looked to to irrigate the great to I* higher pitched than men's, are P5K NnNDAYs, WEONMaPAY6 P414 Fk1' AivoU j\d Saleemon'wapled. gpCU1 MIRROR
.. O .f : lnduo "\e.DtI_l .
ia a
DAY Iniu JU a, W ttU ap.naandyaa-
; west, and perhaps in time of therefore more penetrating than men'. ,
.- .' many parts umt4y*till 1 mEubUen tot F...pUrt fiTtBf lodonemwit. eta. eddreM ''
the east, too. Persons with brains I 111 and .can therefore be beard to greater his Modere cl.o*ttllt 2V JI.UUi: AT FZBBAKDIBA, FLOEIDA, .
ttistye IWd ...
their heads are beginning to seriously distances. This may also be the scientiflc all liui mmti:iitkarjct toIk pmwS ... (Smk>u Ifivon ODCtL TTT1 WUTEE COVPAJIT.aod TUESDAYS THURSDAYS

.,..'( why tbe great: rivers like the explanation of the fact that womenare 11 $7 Sib AC. Ch1u.ro. Dl ; SATURDAYS.RATES .

Mifldadppi, Ohio and Missouri should be I more successful in scolding than men iii.L. SNYDim, UPHOLSTERINGF : OF SUBSCRIPTION, IN ADVANCE: ''TOne

unchained and havoc with the are. '
play country :DEXTTIST.Ornct copy, one year. $ Ont three.3u4Dtba; ..:/ .66 I
wry cla.
along their banks when the water Does literature 2.(0))
r & necessarily Due .
MX mont is One '
copy j aib
one m. 21
might be drawn off into great reservoirs t t JlTWI., NX'QU1'IOof. ct*.
mean the depicting of repuldvenees( and '
i to I and other lI/.mUu...,
-at flood time and kept to irrigate parched t loathsomeness Are not goodness:end :\.ix.*.SWANK and HoortU DUlI.DI.*trtH-U,.t teats l1l. tan anAMi-nipUy. euKUlwd, byan rxnrVtaiuut. : I I-IN CLUBS OF FIVE, fg.OQ >;. cn.- '
t.Ied w UMa.a>'1Mk'd. Xddn-irv,
'.7' fields in the dry season. t beauty also real ,' ruuiu. wp-suln. : jao53( Ibot .(1t Agrees .M90 E & MANUCY, FejT-UHliM .Fla'
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nitle dowuwan suction ,
& nonly supposed, '\her danger -.M

." a that the vessel will become nnm .; ... Nos. 13 and id N. Third St., .

_'. mites town I able and be driven on the rocks. n .
mfe.rrlir!,'. bower said that whales havejwen found f n ERNAlfolNA, FLA. ,
.,,r books and happy tvvy boor
"..... IiapokoD & lit JlrfcaacawTraveler. vicinity with their heads comjjcl
... Billiard and Pool Parlor Attached
crushed in, having been caught Ilk t ,
lace and.1 current and dashed agamet the dUTB' I

"' tall blue 4I yes Tk* I.Mt World. The Norwegian government has surveyed > __ouxas raciSTLY.: .ATTIMED: _'1'0-
and half that gained him the title of I Entomologists generally concede that the maelstrom and warned alP+ t

"oottontop" with all the clnluren of the I upward of 100,000 species of insects have fiavigntocs against its dangers. .-.St.. GEO. A. LATHAM
neighborhood. been recognized and.classified; eom'e authors Louis Globe-Democrat. T*! _
BIS BOBS CALLED mil "SIU WLET.nla ." even place the number as high as

trip to lllas Kingsley's flat were a 150,000, while it Is not at improbable Particular Concerning 6.w.Slonn*. WHOIFSALC AND RETAIL DEALER IN '

never ending source of delight to !"Shaw that this vast number may not represent ''Snow!'' said A nan with A turned '
ley," whose correct name by,th war, one-tenth of the number ;g r
more actually down fobs. in his left ear to A quiet pas .
wu KarL Like many other maiden lad. inhabiting the globe. Not less .
eDger who eat beside him; "yon don't LES YIE8 LlijUO
'< log, Miss Kingeley detected children and than one-half of the whole number belong call this snow? Ever been out in Colorado 0 : ,
: though "Shawley" did the work of three l to the order.coleopatera, or beetles, ? No Well, spring before last tee 1 1Age r.

'. ;',:: of four men, still, on account of his rice, which order is by far the moet 'numer bad A snowfall in Denver-28th of April < .
'. 'and particularly on, account of hlj actions ously represented! of all. The lepidop-- .It was-and the street cars ran in tunnels -- r.

<",:;:.I{':: be was nothing but an intensely tera,or butterflies, have thus far yielded through the city for four months. eE9 '

+.I.,.: disagreeable" boy In the eyes of "die alte some 10,000 species or about one-thirteenth Wealhert Why, yon don't have enoughto / FINE CIGARS,
'-N s"ud Jungfrau, as ahe was known at "Shaw of the total number ((200,000)eatl) send flies on A vacation. That's theplacerfXilJest k sq '

len'store. mated by Speyer for tho world at large, winter yon ever hoard of, s jrewrgRl ,
"'< :.::'"One day, while the poor lady was Buf! and an equal number may perhaps becredited and' hottest summer right on top of It. s ( E NTUn STREET,

,: :.,5ferlng from a particularly bad state of to thehymenopterabVes: ( ,warps, Sudden change middle o' May, and the .
!1 nervousness, '-Shawley" came thumping eta), the hemiptera: (bags) and diptera ground was cracked with the heat by .. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
,... tsxa. up the .tairway.1rith a big basketful of (fUel). the let of June. oJ : ..
: .; potatoes for the Kingsley household. lie The straight insects .
orthoptera or winged But what became of the snow{ ---,
', ;: bad been told scores of times to send his which include tho locusts, Rrass- "Packed. Heat melted It on top and ,

goods up by the dumbwaiter; but, like a hoppers, etc., are considerably numerous. water froze on the way down. Twas Abad .le. TlIWTI DEW WHISKEY. .
true grocery boy. he did Just the opposite I bar. cxamlnotl and
The species with netted wings winter to cut ice on account.of tho : carefully analyicU
'. though it caused him a good deal of (neuroptcrn)probably number some place snowstorms and the railroad; company ., ---_POW"ER-_ your well known and popularlilnkfj,-
, extra trouble. With an exclamation of between 2,000 and 8000. IhaecU are, of made A fortune in Jnl selling hunks of _" T11UILK:! DEW. The Whlnki-y must be

I !.,.,rage Miss: Kingaley flew out into the hall course, meet numerously developed In the tunnel to butchers and saloon keeper .' ,:t... '; : .i-::' pronounced to tot> pare well matured end ol .
just la time to see tho boy mounting the but not >.. '"
the tropics, they are raro by any *. excellent qaallty, being soft and mellow to
I '.',.. .! last step. Startled by the sudden appearance means;, in the coldest regions which have "My friend said the quiet passenger, .. ." the taste and having a flue bouquet, The .>'
I <. .i of his angry customer, and completely yet been visited by man"St. Liouis$ Ba as. his eyes grew moist "Fvegot A boy medical profession may place fall confl.ilt'nco .

I t -.,:: taken by surprise, "Shawley"etumbled public .. at homo who has tried every business In the purity 'and quality of the

; ,"; and losing his hold, tumbled Peculiar Taut !. Di-e_ under the sun and succeeded in none of THISTLE: DENY.; A. FUUt: .
down the stairI'with the bosket
: big oa
," top of him. $Haniplirey Davy,it it said "rarelywashed them Will yon try and teach him your Analytical and Consulting Chemist. ., ,. ,

Miss Kingsley, grimly observing'that himself; And on'the pica of ear trader Bool&Job HouseDURYEE Cincinnati... \, June. 18W. "*' ..
"What d'ye meanr asked the man { Printing ,... ,". ,, .)
e!t n ',.. it served him right, ,bounced back into I ing tirao he need to put on bis clean linen with tho reference: ear, : y.
our hU' that be has boon knownto
her sitting rooms., At for "Shawley he wrd like to have him learn t(* lie," replied .
2: lay wonderfully still for a German grocery wear At the same time" five shirts and tho quiet paaqpnger. "U he can ..
It was dark in the hall, other- five pairs of stockings. Here is A rare equal 111 buy him A phonographand .. .
.. itmig you
'_ :) v t have been scon that his example of the Indifference of ,the man set hint tip in the mMeum business." W. H.

,,, :... "usually red: .checks had very suddenly of genius to the mere husk or series of I But the weather critio had reached MANN, .
lost an their color. After a few minutes, husks, which keep that royal part of I his staUon.-*>Brooklyn Eagle, :: '; .
'.. however,during which the people on the him liLt mind in working order. Yet : { \ : ,

floor stood by laughing, "Shawley"managed was not Sir Humphrey a mere sloven Th. Secret .f O.. Man'* BaceeH, .' ,. f UUTRCATROf
'' content at All times with the first article $ '
to getup lie gathered in as '
many A who lives the heights '
.... young man on .
of clothing which he might lay his BUILDING CENTRE STREET,.
of his potatoes as be could find, though it upon who la famed for the good taste which he ,
I gave him A queer pain to stoop, and then hand Though he. was so reckless in the invariably displays his dress/was asked : :' \ '
he tried' to carry the basket up again. matter of ahirta upon common occasions, : :; : : .
the other 'dAy if there was any secret ,
But be couldn't.* when be uSed to.go fishing "b .w n1d in the absolute correctness with which : ; "' : : .'
wear-green- resembla vegetable life : : .
BV'ttlS (
HATOTED BOY. be always enveloped himself. He hesitated 1 ::7j': :
So ho left it where it was, and, still AS much AS possible, no that, the, trout a moment but finally replied "Cer '

with that queer pain which almost made might have some difficulty In distinguishing tainly there is, my dear fellow, but if I ,
him cry with every step,be slowly walked the biped from the mere roots of toll know mustn't give it FER NbIN DA
you yon you if.r F
back that !"Shawley to the store.was Next sick day in it bed was and said a the scarlet field cap, and, 'to when shield shooting himself from lie wore acci-a away. It is just this way. When I determine :,,,,. : Ln1 ] : ESTIMATES FURNISHED :
to hat I don't tOn
buy me a new
week later a hearse drove up to the site derv; from other guns."-All the Year go ". '. .- : ,w" / "' ,.. .1""J'. : ,. '
to my hatter's and allow myself tote bul .. .... '::1( ... short notice! for All claaioa.of brick rand
door back of the'grdoetyand: carriedthe Bound.... lied into ordering something do not t.: i.' t.t >I.\.. .. ....... _,,o< ....,.I..' 1 .. ;'"t" '.,. wood building ; <:
. A,
little"oottontop"away to the Luther In every town of good size in Mexico want Oh, dear no. I take A stroll up :. '" \ '1.t< -,'." "' -,t..,......." .,.. -, .::(,..... ',, ':1
an cemetery: there are publio schools. These ire well tho Avenue and examiito all the bats that \ : : t&Sop&frlng and small Jobs promptly
Mias King 1ey, who is a thoroughlygood moet worth considering. I always look at ." : ; .
attended, though of the rich Mexicans are : { attiBdti to .' t
I :
r ,
hearted lady, was inexpressibly : i t.- : :, .
send their children to the schools of the men who are just my size,and when ,
shocked. And then came the "bant"Hot the City of Mexico or to foreign countries I see a man who has A hat on that just : : '
at midnight, nor even after dark, or have private teachers for them; suits me I march down to the batters Shop, Corner Second and Asa Streets. :

but in broad daylight. Every grocery and to finish their education they are with the image of that particular hat indelibly ;"'; .;.. ., e' .-
boy who delivered her groceries was A often sent to Europe or the United impressed on my mind, and insist W. If. MANN, .
living image of "Snawley." They called States. The great majority are left at upon getting one just like it : ; .Poet Bs 38. ,Fernandlna, FlA. ? .'- .
.,...... themselves "Ernest" and "Yak. and home however, and the schools are well "I follow out the same plan with.0 all of Having ono 'of:the best outfits .in the State, and the Publishers. '" }.-:..,.: ..

.."ffiney" and "Willie and they all fillet my clothe*. So that when I enter A tail to'do J .
being experienced.. Printers we prepared any
: .. : smiled at Mies Kingsley'sstartled; looks L. or's shop I bOwex.act1Twha_ I want and r are
: when she first saw them but the good In a judicious dietetic outline for ..
'. very never think ordering until I have '.. ... and every kind .of Printing, *
.. ". lady knew that they were all "Shawley." reducing obesity, from ten to twenty found the exact thing, but when'once .
.- A| first Martha. waxed pathetically drop of liquor potams are given In a I found I order at once. 8d that while PIANOS ;
f .d. .;..:'earnest in trying dissuade her mis- glass.f water three time a day, and the I have the reputation among my tradesmen 44 O1A .
'-, trees from believing in this illusion. food is largely composed uncooked of being very particular-which is

_.'" F': ""*.;The doctor found that his patient was local fruits, lemons, oranges, succulent A good, thing by the way-they like mo wv ORGANS

.: suffering from hysterical mania, caused salad vegetables, acid wines, lean meat, I because I know just what I want" nalhura u."n... irn Tmn r f...,
tby.! incessant worrying over poor "Shaw- white blooded fish, game, and poultry, '. Brooklyn Life. FROM f A 500 PAGE BOOK.TO A VISITING CARD. XMMiMrfulbuliMu l ..J...>nrM. l l |! ,
\,. ley V death. In this state it was not unnatural ,: lemonade. buttermilk, and tea and toast ., Ato-wsrss.:: :: R/JUi!: iasdSta: : J: ,

'- ; ':' that she should imagine herself, Tb. Dollar M rk. :,, .. TO SELL-NOT TO USE
,. :: haunted by the appearance of the other Art U always its own beet reward, and Writers are not agreed AS to the der : ; : an4 &bot IIGblle..a4.I Ibat
.. .; ;::' grocery boys who generally resemble the poet's' dearest object in life must ivation of the sign to represent the WE: DON'T.. SELL THAT KIND

'.:':,;: another--.as closely as two peas in apod. always loIJ to give to the world "the word "dollar" or "dollars." Some contend r 5 ; : : /,' r edW.wIA, -., Y//pInMyI'

>k".. ',.......' The doctor, like 'Miss XingaleT'1 message that in him burns." Still, he that it comes from the letters V y- ,, .: ,: -;, \f -::ZC wIM 4'w.yPar e "R'I u1 al.r .

'' friends, tried to show her \ needs friends requires klanre wants And 8, which, after the adoption of the i Neat and as'Cheapas any Office! in 1' Florida.Y ..u,-. ... pi.. prtr&u, a'b.r 41 '

"\ ',. .: deceived by this resemblance, but so far I bread. Thncieray once wrote to A federal constitution, were prefixed to !,JAs ,.. !.
-, ." he baa not succeeded and unless a change friend, "Our twopenny reputations get the currency of the new United States .t (;"..: \O ; "\ .: :7:' .,... ,:': ,- .- \ IUDDEN&BATES r
I '# ;;or h "" ,
; comes soon he will order his patient A. '& ." .'>t.'" -
us at l ast twopence-halfpenny. And which afterward, in the hurry of '. .N"' .. :" '\ ',.. ; .AVAHNAHIOA.POR. ,
r._e. :-' front the city.-New York Continent --.-- writing were run into each other, the '- ; ': "- .

One peculiarity of the principal dancesof U being made first and the B over It. i1 :: ..' ': .s ::, ... : .. iSE1LEAT
'a. Sub TmbrallM COOUMB. nations is that in nearly every Others say that the contraction is from / l17' .. **..r..a: .flt'f..',. "".< .
_' :; .The manufacture and consumption of savage .I'... .... T ;. .. '".",, TUltEQMONT -
.. -1 .
instance they imitate the movements'of the Spanish pesos dollars; others, still, >
\. silk umbrella is steadily on. the increase animals. This is evidenced in the buffalo claim it to be derived from the Spanish '"' ,t!:" .!" ;.. 1f.r--. : : ,..t." ca : STABLES.TlfUIES '
.-: .-.1'.:... ,in thin country. To... a cotton umbrella and bear dances of the North American word oertes, meaning hard so calledto .. f/ .. '" ''" .. .:,:, "" '.r"w, f,. ..,, ";" ? AND HORSES. I1. '
in use in. the largo cities is about Indians, the bear dance of the designate silver and gold from paper .111 One 81.-Scat Carriage ?
'" as rare an occurrence now as the sight and the dance soft The ; -i : One }'unr-eat Carrlaje '.,
.. Karatehatkans kangaroo or money. more plausible explanation : )< ,
.. 0 of a silk umbrella was thirty years ago. f One tine I'liaHon. ,\ "
: of the aboriginal Australian of the puzzle is this: That it I.a is ,.
: _">7""" ., Several Bo '
wealth the :
The rapidly increasing of
modification of the figure 8, And that ; Two Rows Jt(:. .
: .. country, together with the great reducji i ; ,
the character make it denotes
Dells ar mostly cut from a composition AS we .
tion in the cost of silk fabrics are the Proprle4ar.PA.T3NTtl
:1"- of and tin, though other ingredients that wo are speaking or writing of A ___ I
..:. copper JACKSONVILLE CLASS - --
main -
,..,"" causes.; which are often. used. When the sum of money equal to eight reals; or, '
."change right proportions of those two metals as the dollar was formerly called,a pieceof ,
1 :While the majority of the silk nmVrel- are :'J : : >::: :' Car *U and T(..l-M.rki oldatu.d' and alltttul
combined and reduced by intense heat e1ahtst, Louis Republic. ; _. ,.. tiwtiiCM win.iuntod fut Mot.n"'l Ftdi.Oca .
las in use are made of *. texture of silk t) liquid form the BUM is poured Into ';' 1 1 ', '!1' Orrics H Orro. Ti U. 8. PATUT orncsao4 :. :
and cotton the increase is in the consumption B.n.fn.n w.ran rvurv piluul lit lay J tltn au l at lessenS

not only of all silk umbrellas clay meld 1 of--the desired-shape- And size, It is curious And Interesting. tat*to note : 1 :; >(: !.. ': wod than caudal thuw dnwtiif nmuM fniot or tujta.W- ,IImclNCriP.: .
but also of the very highest and finest : s.L <' tkm W* alrlw! If pateglabts or not 'row fclurm
of the
that British Columbian tribe :
It is wicked' to be wasteful is it DOt as the : .. .. ,:. (Air tee mil da*till paten li xxrarwl,
grades. wicked to be penurious Both habits entail Bhanakons have A soul belief which is an .' ."'.'f''ti." 0', A Urns IVWK, "How to ubtula Faunw,1'
One of the umbrella manufacturers of almost of that cherished : with cams of ar.a.a clk-ot la rout Maee
misery on Others; but ss,A personal exact counterpart '
$ft Addia
the : 001&111 wi&CWDIetl ** *
this he believe that 4&yll'
city say matter it U more Agreeable l to have todo by the old Israelites. They believe : L. ; C A. liSow A COOl "
not far distant when seen'on a well dressed with A spendthrift than A miner, and that every being has its doable or shadow, ; _>[.Fatteut Offio, W maixulo*, l>.C.
be the street
win not
therefore the world loves the one And thin, paW figure seldom or never seen .
with cheap shabby or clumsy umbrella :- Notice of Final Discharge.
mortal which After death dosceada .
hates the other by -
but will deem A fine, close rolling to An eyes abode beneath the earth .:;.f: >;..: :; + SIX MONTHS AlTEn VATIC HEREOF
shall final lvouchen
natty one as much A personal requisite ..t ; prmmt IUJT aocount ao<
Judge Holme, son of the "Autocrat.fa *" And there load A sad and gloomy existence a* Adiutuiitrstrls pf Ik. }mate otGorxt
as A good looking hat or coat.NSWYork said to be the only Justice on Uta Mae The Israelites called this place Dixon, deceased to the> hoaoraU ...
Continent I&chDaltta supreme court bench who enjoys Shed,the 6haDa.ko knOW it M. "EOCa" < J@ Don't send your orders for PRINTING, BINDING and tit*Cboo ti utVl*of Kaaiaa County, )'!odds, .
ties. -6t Louis Republic.BM and wk to be discharged from aald tfu t. .
Omly Tlaeal1a&a. writing oat an opinion. lIJI RULING offices outside the State. Orders for either willreceive IORA yixdv,

Sanso (in dining car)-What are youthinking dates prefer oral utterances. c-te.... ...' M.t..lratrlx/ of EvUM of OwN f U.Wion .
promptattention' from us. Address'c' i
B !eljust been thinking: that it The Data of Edinburgh has ODe of the dldntW"Tho cold snap cAught you unawares. J, _.' -, F'ersaaditw FU. Sept. 9r. taco. -i. r

by of of theMwaiterllboal4' largest collections! of, postaga stamps: la 0; TV vast AM ea'S I,,,.
any proceaa volution one "Ye IW it did tlttcockroach.. KOOIUC KAN't7CYI.tc1l FOG pllb'. II
so ; :
England. There is ona private coUao-
develop into A bird, what j .. .. JL boUfcM by titeciiup*;t M iNN-kmen lim-
terrible UU.he would h v.l-llirper/s don la tho J kingdom that is irajaed at Froze every blamed one to. the' boJue. .-''. pitaeaitt* they oar (to do it for 1 let ban
n .. 'j rso.ooa Chicago Tribuio. f,i;...". ',.. : X"Sl FERNANDINA, FLA. ftnt-claiM office<< are willing to work. _

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;":' 'i;HE- ?( LomiA- liiinou.MOO11K IWt 'NM4! rMittW VI"I- Dont-beJtew -! 0EWEeMAKEeTHINGSeDAN

tievel I M JMM btttrrT Y : f, TRI-VV"EEkLY. women wii tbl-k tM Mtelrt nxnlicineii f 4Ro

!: a MANf or, .abU..r.. are A.WttbBfc and Dr..ne..>s favorite

J.'rtoecI1,4IIGh tale Wgg.. (tjir..bng of tIle) Ww 1P j .'@ .. '.
jrj FOR lUX JlO.1'HiI'The :
) A r/MR/ 11,11 'fila
wdole(txufcm it's beat khown of,,11)-) ; k.'L
Borrow of Genius: lies.poor kfMlh care come? s

Homer was A beggar. It is to "duu't" I" M
.c Spencer died in want worl.l. = always coiiioa mnrt.tilly -

'. Cervantes died in hunger. & th,1NtMfdeew flat Jou1.t-il-! Comprises

'Terence,tho dramatist, win slave. tie Calt'h'k a sick woman aCrandWaterrPit/,
I lived in and distress. "
Dryden poverty "'oil -*nd the ttworlte' trvm-riplion

/ 1e, aired thousands of delicate WI(akwHnen files ''Iu'gt:
Sir Walter Raleigh died on the, ,
shish pM\4t os think that our' '
Stafld Sa
I t BCllffoJtJ.i IVfBcrintlftn" U tetter than ,v.mrdon't
i lived life of and !31ills, D
Butler a penury, U'lluTu. WVr both honest >tai

I died poor. 1M ,ass ,pods. ., "V MI try Dr. .J}$
t the Ilomiui cwmte 1
1'lwntus, poet l'iravotie .eiptinn. If itrsprasented IL p
t turned a mill. ha4onVwhs;
I doeMJ't 110'" you< gt't your o
TflBflo, the Italian **t, Wl\8oI\ell ;
I again.Wh .
k distressed for fivo shillinns. "
i lived lifeoft re inxKr sn *.Mf. eats you afford/
Steelo, the humorist, a 4
If warfare with bailiff too. dtf '
t erect rows, Bc.elties
Paul nor he e had foartren trades, Little biil .AcHft are Dr. Pierco's
IIIcerif .
t and yet starved with nil.Savave Pleasant Pellet as

\ died at( Bristol l1ttf'IA\t.l'il1( ; read; gentle, yet Sets, .arge Dinner and .

:. whrro he wee conned for a debt of ioro lrh.( ."Tl'py>PJ(*f. arid invigorate Stove ry, Handkerchiefs, Suspenclacri.

I forty dollars. the 11m.toM'h. and bowls.I ers, 'W' ; Tor Pistols Paper Caps. '

I{ Tfontivnt'lin- "' ; was- -rdll-I admit. ------- Bird Seed BHocking Bird Food; Water Cool l* FERNANDINJFermndina
tance into a hospital ho-j had 1 erected
td himself. us, Un re ds, Laundry Soaps, Clothes CLAM

f : The death of Collins was through Pins, V/ashbu.\:1.: .;l: HB and But Glass! Wine Glasses Cake

;, : neglect, first! causing mental derange Stands' Sauce Stands. Jelly Stands, Fruit Bowls, Syrup Pitchers, Jacksonville, and Houston, TexT

f r. ment.Chatterton the child, of genius : I! J. H. PRES f[ Tubs, Buckets, Brooms, Curtain Fixtures, Sugar Buckets

,end eighteen.Goldsmith's misfortune. destroyed himself(it 33E3CC: :: X7Cr ,CASES? !

Vicar of Wakcfield Lanterns and Globes, Clothes Baskets, Scrub Brushes, Mops and
,: "i win sold for a trifle to par him from Sticks Ammonia. 10 Bottle bargains .
i F tho grin of the law. SHOES per tuci1a.ge-3.nd 'more : I s
Fielding lies In the burying ground on the way. Space now stops us. Come and see TIlE

of the Lnglinh factory at Liftbon GREATEST VARIETY OF GOODS EVER PUT UNDER ONE

without a stone to mark tho spot.' SHOES SHOES ROOF IN A TOWN THE SIZE OF THIS I 0 come and look atThe

) .Milton sold his copyright of" Paradise COTILLIONS
Lost" for seventy-five dollars at Exposition Bargain House

,, A' "throo! payments, and finished his WALTZES IN WAISTCOATS l

:,' : t : life in obscurity.___ LATE STYLES! Second St., Near ,Centre (see the Electric Light in our Wire POLKAS IN PANTS .

Between the Devil and the Doep Sea.. PERFECT FITTING I *, qf\ Ovi*? Sija ii tfn Evening) .
; N. B.-Wholesale and Retail. } J. HENRY SMITH. '
.t Tho moaning of the phrase, "Be ELEGANT GOODS I IHOTWITHSTAIWHG 4
tween the devil and the deep soa'II' Wln Lohman draws\ the bow things have to caper to his music, and they do.
-- - --------- ----- -- --
;' is apparent to be between dangers' ; / You should see the way things go. We are not .
,, '> of equal magnitude. But tho real HAVE YOU SEEN ;-
origin of the phrase Is not easily' -ATUNCHANGED- DIDDLING FOR FUN ;
found. The first use of thoeipm*
eion it can find in literature is in a but for fortune. We want money and we want trade, and we must have it. So i
London in 1G37 PRICES here goes to the old tune of.
work printed in THE NEW SPRING STOCK 1
rntitfed Expedition with Mackay's
't-,: ---- --- -
I 4' Regiment by Colonel Monroe. Y. IUJM' ANU UI IWo.,re' MONEY\ MUST\ \ ,
p (; d This regiment was with the army of '
r .GustavusAdolphus.undwjia engaged -OF- come and goods must fro. You hear our mnsie. We have not mentioned prices.:
Slices and in all Grades. '1'h*J.dNtl'ped down exhausted long '.
Slippers ago
... in battle with the Austrian!! The .- ,
1 '. Swedish did not elevntetheir "; ,
gunners J&T KypD'? .
';,.. guns; properly, f<> their shot fell into : GET
the ranks of their allies. The Scottish CHILDREN'S ,f EOHOOL SHOES YQJGFR PARTNERS. ,,: '
Regiment therefore:, with the IF NOT, rtake.
the Coati to your arms:Ibid the Waistcoat to hearts praminto,
your the
; *
side and the other
enemy on one on In great Variety. Pants e
and taklu. whirl
Y ?* ,if .
side the blundering gunners of the y'y
Swedes, \\11111 says the historian,"be r.&r Orlll" "Ly mil have careful !alien THE HUSTLER'S '

tween the devil and (ho.deep pea." tinn, / HOP, !
4 But the plnll80115\ probably an old .' J. II. l'U( ICOTT! If you nro thinking about buying your -
,: Where every thug: will be slaughtered for tbo next sixty day to make. rodnT'for
that time and .
) DUO At may even go ',Fla: ALBATROSS DRY GOODS Spring goods. .
''i.f p back to the time of the Hebrew exo ., .: ynamllna' _
dus, when the Iracelites had the ,
a Sea in front And 1'hnrnuh RIII| Jib! GINGHAMS\ WHITE GOODS, W. J. LOilMAflSlRY GOODS EMPORIUM;,

behind them. InU-r-Ooeun. ,
a army LAWNS "

J'I, t. -of Idioms.- I I I lyiS SEERSUCKERS, : SILKS, JO North Second :St. I'ERNANL: = A.-:FLA.WHITNERjft
UbUJ' SATTEENS ,.-_... -.- . _. -
The mistake ott'IOJ (in the iw of HAMBURG EDGING AND LACES. -- -- -

;:t., foreign" idioms J\'iU never it.isi:: to i ,
-\ amusing, rays tint l K;>oei.! The following Our stunk b large and( varied, ond wo fuel assured wo cnn allow f the,finest! *

ctu"iliy ufeuryU, il.l 1.1: : '.. >u, {HUH 8T ass<>rtimnt; of choice Roods ever brought to this city. Wo believe : SCHDYLER} .

of an ocean niianur ; A y"!i\l\ yArherioau in quick pales and small profit, and we make: it a ruling\ ,

ttenllem.iu eu.tg'd); 1 in 11111'' 11; tl'1 principle to sell every article at a small ,profit, : .r .
serious r"aliolwith French 111 but of reliable. /'i.i: .<. '
< conv u YTi thoroughly quality. ry1: : : .. .
f lady, thinking tll p.iy her u _.compliment ,gesa R e, 4: A find line of NEW SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS ...:, ..' ,. ;' ." ,

because of uio wiml>nt fcfiowu tiq NbINP'I3EF1JAG1U1 AND BOYS of latest cut and finish. We are at1dLSRt9IN.. .,.+ .. ."t-
displaying, staid : MMudaouVouz > it Huitt lo order and fit ., .
etes fvfliuiu.N Instnu Cji 'iun< to guaranteed. Mattings n specially.! : : :
uno sage '
t of smiling au uckuowled uinontt tut "',' 1'
1 WAS her custom on such occa* .>nniiidiirno ",
a \ marched away in high : 1
d Jgeon. No wander. The unfortunate CleriVd .Furnishing Goods Hosiery nnd Gloves. A largo stock of nd'FancYGr
young man had called her LadieaV. Gents' and Slices: 1 BOOTS AND SHOES at bottom Family' occrlosAND

a inklwifo.; Had he Mid femme ; prices.. We are agents for):. I', Heed &,X>)18 IAd t:.' fine '"

sage, madamo would probably have .t CO., II I- ,',Sbocg and the celebrated W. Douglas' Shoes. 1 "" .

Ii 'u'nderstooj him correctly, though ;jrOrdcrll'by mail receive prompt attention, and all orders amounting
I even then sage! thus applied to' a to ten d dollars and over sent\ freight prepaid. ., .* ." **
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woman more often moans virtuous
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i than wise. J. KYDD. .. .
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j : ,; One of the Intelligent dogs lives In Dar flortlie; ....t corner Centre and Third SU., ..1-: .:

:: Harbor lie lie was carrying a. paper Lta7 NIW YORK OmcE-r-83 Walter St. } FERNANDINA. FLA.
the other day when several canine coinTmnlona \ TAIL DELICACIES !
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; began to bother him. lie nut :

i the paper down on the ground,and when ; vtY TT2is1 to I HENRY W. KING & CO N. 15. BORDEN & .CO., .. ". .!.f//.! .....11'Z", ; ';
f"r : '.
a dog'attempted to touch it sprang on >< )llttif'' .
him and gave him a good shaking. Theee I
v. tactics ho repeated several times, till at Air MEDICINES I! (SuccMmn to Angel Fticnd) JFJ3RNANDINA fU.i ,. : \ ; '- ".;,;;,'> !'.
j > lout he could not get any dog to touch n'o. a>" ( Street -
the paper and then hI quickly picked it I- :Bakers Confectioners t i Lumber Mercbants! Ship Broke : -;4ZCqntro; : : r-/ '
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and walked .-Kennebcc Jour '
up away. \:: : 'r> ;: ... ..
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nal. (
A wH.Hol" n.l_ The Rational Bank .f the State of Florida. .. ,
One telephone was put In at a small 4 Colors--only lOo. I
Grocorios and Provisions .r.LCUO 'LL$, EL. FERNANDINA
,.. town in Kansas and the owner of A .. FLORIDA. ,"
honso to rent Immediately raised the KX(:n4VQB BOVGIIT ANI>80LD AT _
.. price|3 per month. Then be went over A FULL LINK OF :' X. "-. Cor. Centre nlul 3d 8tit.- BAN1 ERB' HATES.: -----'--
and called up a sawmill half a. mile .t
and burst a blood vessel trying to wt-Vr: TOKX_ : ornci $j WALL STREET
conversation the wire.-
keep over
up B.. .
Detroit Free Picas .. :: -- I \VM. C. DUUYEE ..

A Mournful Ar .mp..'.*. -, Best Bread in the City, DIIALEIt IN ':I r

Beet Man(at church weddingOee.whittakerl ; LUMBER MERCHANT
.' Yon addle-paled old apology I I \ DELI RED AT YOUR DOORS.w. ._. I COOKING' HEATING
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-: What in the creation aro you tolling the
: ; bell for T PROCTOR
:; J' New Sexton-Sore, didn't 01 hear i J Yellow Pine, Red Codar .

", th' young teddy say wid 'er own lips 0 WHOIESAIC DEALER .IN Stoves I Stoves

:'i r.' that York she'd Weekly bo married \\id..ring-New SralNG AiD SUMM I R G GOODS S, J -AN'D-: ,

N.w !'.. GUn ....11.10... BEEF PORK MUTTON, 'r : o'7 j WOODS.: 'Tinware '
A : Fixtures
vented Thomas a method Todd,of of fire Butler polishing, Pa., ban plate iu- @HiTSj{ ; NO Fi L06iI: \ RS4MIt9. : : ,, FERNANDINA.K1' FLORIDA. _._ ,

glass whereby the grinding and pikiiih- a O. BOX 13S, I I. J. BAIan.ATTODE P'C':M :P S :ETC. ETC
ing of out aide of the sheet i*saved, and .
the fire polished surface U said to be of w. IIHCKIL: I-'J:n (.\\lHYA, FLOIUI>At liD COD5SELLOR AT LAW
West Side Second Street, near Centre
brighter polish than is obtainable by ,
artificial polishing.-Now York Journal. Abb, near' Sixth StreeU. GUYfS: tonki] 1'tIP FERNANDI>vA, FLA. ,
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? Order your cluthiniiof.J, Ixihmana THOS. EAShl00i1ECON1TRAOTO ( *) OIl!.Qt.D .IT\IiJ)) "' told l Prvt."In u w.00un.I.th'Ckonli, .I.p"IICIC1 r.w.'t' e;... "FERNANDINA, FLORIDA"

w :'ent for Jacob lU* phia made to order tlutblntf. Fit and : : NO:.:BUILDER Best Beet Hnttoo, Pork, Poultry, :a. 3. :BLAIE#, ,'

quality to select puarantecd from.j: )) BauipUw the (04 UHAGC. JTO. .nun ash. o Arias 11I j r PLUMBING and DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY_-Orders

i tore --- FJ2KXANUINA, P1.A.T":4 err,.. i wan tda..,.p."J ''L_ for TINSMITniNQ, GUTTERING and ROOFING will receive the

Warranty and ''MortgageuPaeil, ,., legal par oa, aeAIhOOD"."t'om', n6 Pltd DAMrBRftR jBdojmirr!',, WATCHESeCLOCKSJEWELRY promptest attention, Stores purchased: at my store will;be put ,
four for late at this! dire T ;
rap |pages i .m In ih ta 4 Mjtta. Je't eu pntti dt "
75 rents Ir: dozen ",. ..... ntreck' cad lurttiM<4n*""'II. .< W WORK WAaRAMTIOKM THE a T. up free of charge. > ,"sVf 'declT ly \
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