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 28, 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
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FORBUTTER .- Novelties in gents' neckwear,scarfs Rev. J. B..Iforton will pteacb ,.r Personal and Social lotes. MARINE INTELLIGENCE;'.' Th* fbtlowlng passage, whltli ofl; ..?

and four-in-handa\just }leeched by usual at the Presbyterian ehnfctimorrow. *Mr J. 0. D sant' and. Oajvtaiutf POlLT or TEIU ANDINIpeatwArakcevTalG curs during tlit <<'OuntOtI> }Black 0.'

J. &T. KTI> ." Tho*' ubject for tfcu fVcn' ;I >bt."Downes are sick"At.0)$;\ Ttfwli. ( eAxremn ri.) HawkV r, js striking Chi 1.,

AND GHEESt.I sermon"will be The sntn'nkl ..:..........,.-. Doh,: In 9.tN' p. 1$2 : -
ltesurrer .
Appropriate Easier services will be Mrs. Christina} rerTejrftVijt+ .Cblnrajj Sunday .;., ............. B m 1fM r ib One of tlit-jin, li"tlt.Dft&ls was a very
held Michael's church tioil. A oortllj!: invitation is extended eft/ t th 'guert ofs MeftcI"1.-.1t.;; '0 ILoeparTtrosday
at St. tomor :jj ityis in-the man, of JQI\ftutr8
/ -' ji ., .............."..J1 } 11'I' lIM I p ISLow fascinating easy
io strangers to attend,the disposition: : the other wut.1I1A.1lrl.ll..n
/ WHOLESALE AND nETAIL. row, Father :Kilcoyne officiating. John Cone. >V ), we. but extremely mod *t.

Tickets, for th e grand presentationof vices: .' Mt.' }'aratt, of the tinned' swtf*. 8al.nC'lIIlI..........,..... a. tat l' in8onttay. On the morning when them..*..f wan', to
.. ..... ...._.. fj a Alt
Brupsiyiek'Times I' up take place, a tall '' JabJe'l.
The gawky
FRED W. HOYT & CO. Esmeralda: will be on sole Mon. seems i, iuwr i Department( .ani,etLin iLev onil"y...,.......""' .... .11 e 4,80 l' n'ay homely young Inall.11',1 In. suit of'
think that'.editorials the weath; J1.. .4.... fJIa m, 6.aJ.I': wtea
day. Secure your tickets early. Reserved on this morning. "'''''''" ..'h biro joann, presented himself.! to the
75 are a nuisance. Our contefnporj( .' or.. .. ; 1r lieutenants .s the captain of the reniit,
scats, cents. lies Mamie Thornton o.ltlolit \ ; \
y&ti ( Wemeer. and Nee duly
We have a splendid! line of CONFECTIONERY thrives f in'a Sr-Schflgpw MyrsTJt. worn in.
that Jias
The new spring and sumn\er ship- city an Eat the city on a /if it to ,)[r .p 'Wnrtet, I'bita' Tim honu-tyyuun' man w'd\. Abrah41.Llnooln. t
and CRACKERS. mated population of 12,000, an .i March -AJtormtr Kruma' 0. 0> S. Thornton;
ment of goods received by.J. A T. rs. 0. : who afterwards Bred the first frwu
See our goods and get prices, consequently, does pot realize) the Ayres rtillaiMlphlaMarch V rtlmt..r\ Anderson gun Iba
( Kydd per steamer Ban Marcos embraces Irs; Harvey Granger, of 6avaq-- Sun Mares" Major!
1t-.stta"ul.lp liar
the of i ten ether henteuant'who administered tho .
FRED W. HOYT & CO. even putting up a! picket ,
a variety that will be apt to i, is visiting in this titfl'the'gUtst$ row \"otlc.. oath WM In after year, tll.1'r""lh.'llor
please: everybody. Call and !see! tho fconsidere/l,legitimate "hews by'tl: : Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Hoyl. ir.r h S3-SelKxHvtt E.8. Kfwuinn, fHiep tho bmrt'dtrate States, Jefferson I"Tl ." ,

SENSATION stock. country editor. .1 sal,, fw'X9fk. llelovr is given tx paragraph from I"
li'tll Nellie. Myrlck, of Jackson e '. ', .** PUt: j.Ilrfc Black '
created Hawk's
CUT-PLUG fir; Geo. E. Wolff I U acting; county A hanging lamp, a '!! IIiI5 is visiting rolali vee':l.11'd friends mien r. hth\I..el1\"l\ ;W loft.1 atKlna'I."I'I'1. graphy," Vol. I., p.own 148Wo : "Autobio
excitement at the -Florida '
judge during the illzfcsa of,Judge Houi. [ .city\ th( guc.8t of.Captain and ., 46ehooner started to JelTi>rjn' Darmpki In a .
Thursday 'night by manifestingdisposition Ltiola Purees: Orfetdtl 1, toOtxHiey
TOBACCO. Schuyler, and today' granted letters p ts.S', II. LeiliMiev. 4 steamboat, under the ilmrgo (,f. youngwar
BckU4n ok fAi.
u, to give more light tha chief (Lieutenant iHivU), who
...... of administration to Mr. "Norman thought Mr. G ; J. U. Morton[ and family Schooner Adele Unit\ Hallos; t* Back! treated 1111 all with muJv klndntM.. He
Brownson on the estate of Sarah J. prudent Son ;i I ii a Rood I and lira TO young chief: with
The trade supplied at lowest prices Brownson deceased. Bender undertook to lift it out of the' "o returned home. Mtsorton': [ ,fiehooneYUobt. J. Durr, EM 1\\'."" f.o Her. whoso conduit' I WM much\ plcanou.] On
are glad to know that her our down we called atdalena and
by" holder but the lamp being tightly: ] den A Co.Seltoonar. way .

??' FRED' W. HOYT & CO. The San Marcos. sailed for New fastened he was forced to jerk it out, I !pith, has improved very; mach.Mrs. Evolution (Br.), tk..IIS.' ,. crowded reinainud to a the short boat llino.to lee The us, tmt people the '
York with the Schooner l Award It. Jllak, Smith, to '
yesterday morning
thief would not tht'nto'
when)it fell and exploded, scattering I Lllic-Tavcl will leave tomor war \ pormlt
following : 64,200 feet 'lumber Gooney Erksttin &Ca. t enter the apartment shore w'8 wero.kn"lnll. .
cargo Ihe burning oil over the floor htr pow for Brunswick td join her aunt, Sew
DIXIE PLOWS I 8choone Jexi Lena, Yeniio, York, from what hilt own focllngrt"
oil 298'cases cedar
218 barrels. Bender seized a couple of rugs and 1 Mrs.I Thompson'Vhcli .tho'two Indict to Cooney, Bikttein A 0tJ.l" would liars torn If he lia,' been placedIn

ONL4: 343 cases oystera.TO bales cotton. 190 smothered the flames: His f fingerswere \nlj proceed to'ho'borne of' the latter JEFFERSON. wish similar to bavo situation a gaping crowd that around wo JlIl'ti"..."t. ;: .

packages merchandise. : at Bar Harbor 'Mc. where Mrs THE DAVIS MEMOIR. -d>
4i slightly burned in his successful 1 : ,

Tp3OV/o f r\_/ Beit Mason,colored, while at workon efforts ,to prevent what might 1 limo: JfttTcl wilt; ,make a prolonged visit. The stoiy of El faire Written fcy Hit Wit.. HEROES \

the steamship dock yesterday, terminated in a'disastrous t "The Memoir of Jefferson Davis. .
fire. _:. rhronjingwroughtha cload rift,whoM aNGle+ ) : '
-AT- had,one of his thumbs crashed so 'rk Robbers Around. by His Wife, published in two Volumes facM '. +III',
timber It is often asked why of '
FRED W HOYT & CO'S. badlyjjy a piece necessary Dr.that amputation used so much on Easter Dty. It deuce of Mr. S.; II. Jones, on Sixth York, is more than tho mere story ofman'At "What new," wry or own unOf "our same, our .deed, N ,

p'I was Horsey seems rather singular custom yji street was broken into by thieves a life, even though that man soon_
I the Ttran bU tablet, where Ufa' lie
performing operation. war perhaps the most prominentfigure upon story servuedr
there is a meaning attached whichls
I during the absence of the family ::
Delivered ly to any Talk about the beautiful 1 o( the remarkable period in
I CE part of the city. Odefl.: owers, very significant!! when we consider<< MjC Jones. is section! :master on the which he lived. Jefferson Davis was! "". It for men four. play, mk b Ue*. sad

I left at the store promptlyattended the bright sun, and 'tis musical that out of the egg, which is appaM:.' F. ft* fe: P. and had, received, a (the heart and head of the Confederacy So we mumming butted I/ Uk. ID8D, set, boyUka. gtSui

fcJitg" lo. ,'- birds! They ate all very", nice, butcan't enily dead, shoal A come life. _Tate tn:V salary tho day:previous, the representative of those ,principles and wbliMdtttcbuto '
hold A candlelight to liy- to uphold which the South; beard ekes Oc;4. 'o rn.r and.MkWM
Terms cash. WIHTSEB/ gciinrLEa.REPLECTIONS. : I a pon little chick entombed in the egg arid{ ,rwh cb tact must have been known Kxnlng j '
----. cheeked girl of sweet"eixteen rising from it into life is fought for four years in one of the Boldlon all, lo tonraM ttof, not o>ak to U*,
Kp byj Lhoifiicf( for his actions plainly
bitterest struggles of modern times, behind I IHowoUiaflul
: under Easter hat.
smiling a new a typical! rising from the grave. It sic! iVqfl" I. that he ,was in. scarcli of and these volumes, which tell the >t .{
Legal< Eappenlar and Cllpplnjl from OtirEsohanc Messrs.: B. Livingston, Streety was the custom many centuries! Ago wicyA' Before (leaving Uichouso} on story of his career, form also the Lraduwl 1 I
**. Ia, ws track our Woks, Sot eared fur. doings
and Wolff on the violin and the to make- of to friends most perfect history of the Southern
THE MIRROR montb 25 cents. presents eggs the Waning mentioned, Mr.: Jones fefl and right) .. .
one genial proprietor on the- autoharp, oil the return oj spring thus con-;, States, the moat complete expositionof Each M on hi..auto-f. talVr or srooeedow. ,
tpj about $2.60 from
Esmeralda, at Lyceum Hall? Fri E, some change, their political J and Social status LUra bUraa ot Dt n.. praise xoearo for cow* "
furnished some good music .to a gratulating them that: all natuf &rill; OlbLI"
day evening, April 3d. r ? hipocket and pbccd it, Upon tho which has ever been published. Before .
number of friends at the Racket should arise from the seemlrrg! 'death I UuJ) Uu. This was* eccurod by tho his death Jefferson Davis contemplated Then the ,cloud rift broaden fpanninc eartk '

:Black Silks, S5c.it yard, at Store last evening after closing of winter ia." Ut' 'new 1 life and which that under '. ,
up > on th -'tnt n new suit of.clothes walt an autobiography WW our work 1 dl pUy. lu worth, man's WIN' '
*.>. J.. &; T.-KYDD'S; business for the day; beauty. If you will stop and think r!q'i o'i'tbq, bed and left them by should place his career, his character and itriTa tocaomfAfl : .,.
vorldin the jail and beautr wander crowning
nnd his -
ThlTclyde acts before tho
schedule for will public
April about will find that
it' d.
There will beau.early celebration you 1WA ho fit probably not being agn'p ;
bo found second ; ': sh/ub'/ their true light. Ho prepared Till roy oa..ha.J soul appUu pcf f jctlon, otb- ,n w'
on page oft,tl}o Holy Communion at tho plant that grows,' every tree, Jr>:the, !) room was an. un.oc'kcJCrunlc many notes and memoranda,collected lug kw.__... -U berUlroW1lInc.1 1&' _

Drafts from 850 to $100, 25 ante. ; church of the Good ..Shepherd tomorrow and flower, every lado of grass i jft fn t' io tray of which i.. many letters and documents, and .- Easter Sandalt T :
each Bank of Fernandina. resurrection from the dead." had made in tho work Future Dates of :
at the hour being 7:30. The considerable sum of money had some progress
brought of the Diocese of Florida L. Johnson J. Sweat when it was cut short by his death. The fact that J Ulster fills on, a very '< The information signal usanother Bishop Messrs. L. been placed, but fortunately this was
I 'He left it, however, in such shape early date: this! (March 29) hRs ,
cool and spell.Embroided !. will visit this church in the evening and R II. B a rick of the S'aycroseAir tho yoar 'f.
windy overlooked, though tray had! : that Mrs.t Davis was enabled to proceed caused a "friend of facts nnd: fig .

Swlsstind mull flounc- service commencing at 7 o'clock. -Line, went over to SL MAry'syesterJay I been removed and tho bottom of the with and complete the unJer: ures to collect some curious statis ,

on a tour of inspection. trunk searched :Mr. Jones has taking on the lines laid down by her
lugs, new goods, latest designs, at A arty of gunners went out yesterday i not tics. In 1882 UasUrill on March
KVDD'S.It shoot rabbits. They were accompanied by the 'following I missed besides the $2,CO husband. The work may therefore
J. &: T, ostensibly to anything be ad! to bo largely autobiographical 25, and it will only once again thfs. ..

is strange, but & dregs of Their scheme was to fire the grass; gentlemen, English capitalists i and considers himself fortunate that and Mrs. Davis has.wisely made century, namely) in 1891\ tall 'on so! ,

a pot of "red paint" are always and shoot the shy little animals as seeking: investments at tho most .. his loss!! was not mnch greater. uso of Mr. Duvis's own l letters or early date In the three following

blue. they fled before the blaze. The convenient Southern port for phos- This is tho second robbery this memoranda: wherever the scope and centuries it will occur only. eight

grass was found and fired, but the phate shipments: Messrs. Robert weak, the house of a negro just outside aim of the work would best be times On the same date-namely
a Hay corn oats bran, rice, flour But her 1951 SOW 2016 2037 2103 21H2125 '
furthered thereby. o"n. ,
Robert 'James G.
.- rabbits 'did not materialize to any Craig, Blackie the limits having+! been entered and 2193.tflmeearliest date on
of the volumes is
large a
many quantity part
extent only having been Makin, and II. F. Riissell-IIowland. through the second story, tho thieves <
+ FRED W. HOYT &; Co's., great one splendid performance, proving the which Easter: cnn full is on March
killed. The party returned to Fernandinathis going to the store beneath and taking possession of rare historic genius, 22 and this only in case the moon is

The old Grand Union Hotel, at The services at St. Peter's church morning, and took the 9:30: train ?2JX) from the draw:er.t; \'hile a bag discrimination, and literarY'ond editorial full on'March 21, when, this date

Jacksonville was destroyed by fire for Jacksonville via Callahan. not only altogether happens to fall on Saturday.
tomorrow (Easter Day) will be unusually They I'ing'near by'an containing.t $32 powers, Thin combination of circumstancesis ..
yesterday. .exceptional among women, but remarkable -
interesting, and will commence were enthusiastic over their trip to was, left untouched. even trained blo- extremely rare j it occured in 1390\) : ..
La grippe microbe is the latest dis St. Mary's, and expressed a determination ( among 1601; and 1817 and will
At the hours of.; U a. m. and 4 : The Drinking Fountain. graphers. The extract. given below happen

covery.. A Chicago doctor found the ; p. m. The morning service will consist to see more of that little burgin :Mrs. W.'B., C X: Duryco'today nd will illustrate the character of the again Jn 1990, 2141, while during r-
little rascal. the intentions the three centuries it is
pesky Ante Com. the future. What : work. following
.. of Morning Prayer, dressed the ,following communion. once"on the books" at this
these Volume I. includes the period of
of is unknown
Do. want' fine oysters Manuel gentlemen are ,
you munion, sermon by the Rt Rev. E. tion tho and date On tho, other hand
\0| mayor city : : Mr. D.ivis's mil up to his retirementfrom early
but it is surmised that the visit
Mattox, Centre street wharf, can G. Weed, S.T. D. Bishop of Florida, : the Senato. A comprehensive Easter never falls later: than A prii2J {
28 1St/I./
supply you with.the best. 't.Mr. means considerable for the development tho in KMV17M(
administration of the Rite of Con- To lit Honor tine Mayor and City Council sketch of his ancestry and boyhoodis ; that was case

J. Henry Smith' makes .a new firmation and the celebration of the of that section.A of J,roan fa4 l given; Vol. I., pp. 3.5 : and 188G, and will only happen

announcement in this Issue, Read Holy Communion.' The afternoon Card. GD-rLtxUThrougb the kindness of "Shortly before his last Journey to onco in the next century, namely: in ,. ...
1913. Pull
'iron fourth page. service will be especially for the On \Vedne.day, March 2$, I will open my Wer'r :Mrs.."Tlliott Holt, of New count Urlartleld of hi he. dictated and to a friend an oo Mall :j' .
ancestry early
Why fiend off for tallow when you children, and will be entirely choral. up In Palmer's old stand with a new and York, I hate the ple1U1 roof presuming Three brother came to America from Mian l Praueea R Willard; propones : :,

full line of confections, fruits, eta The to the- city, of. Feanandina a drinking Wales in the early part of the eighteenthcentury. to "lift woman from mere eexhood .
can get the pure article for 6 cents Capt.Wm. B. Bell yesterday ,received name will be under the charge of Mfes fountain for man and beaat )la11 it bea They nettled in l'hlladeIJ.la! womanljood. "

per. pound.at J. Klarers ? an appointment from the addle Heidi blesain -fur both during the long sum The youngest of the brother, Kvan: up toward glorious : ,
Inremoved to then colon :.
When a dressmaker doesn't, give government as buoy muter at the Ia connection, beginning April lit, we tnt'l'daYI to come. of tired Britain Ho WM the a granafathet Unfortunately: tho English language .. .

her customers fits'the customers give port of Fernandina He wad also will have fitted up an elegant Ice cream 'Very respectfully, : of JelCbnon Davi He married !bad no available word which quitu '

the dressmakers fits." notified that three small buoys and parlor, where all ladies while down town ', 11.11,&. W. B..C.1>AVQ. widow whore family name wo 1 eliminates the ewe ltlga except "bu. f, ;..4
her bad Samuel 1
he ,
-- By one son Dart ) :
In a supply paint and brushes bad are cordially Invited to stop and rest, U Fair and Entertainment. the father of Jefferson JJavl I inanity, and even that, a' Mrs Ar'

F/encli all-wool challies pat been sent him by the steamer Put so disposed, while waiting for any boat, On ) March 31st tLe wsp born on the 3d of June, IMS! in what I tington used. to ea/, "ha got a
terns, at New York prices, at train poatofflw,etc. In the manufactureof Tuesday evening, was then' ChrUtlan county. The spot I II darned man' in it,"-Boston Jlobe, 'sdxNUomeopathicandElcctro"homeopathic
nam. This appointment a good Ladles Aid Society and the King'sDanghter. now in Todd upon the exact
J.&T.KYDD'S.El Ice cream, nothing but the / birthplace
Bell la close ob- of the l'rc byterfan church He of my ha since been !
one Captain a rt will be used and
ream every quart '
will make its built the Baptist church of Falrvlew. ,
Oabmete! factory will hold a sale of fancy articles, lea ,
server of the condition of nautical guaranteed, Orders from fiunallea solicited My Got tuition wo In the penal) log- Remedies, .r. 'J.
firsf Shipment of cigar Monday. and if left for Sunday' cream, Caceborne-toads candy lemon cabin school-house though In the summer ,
matters in the port, and as he is on Saturday At Itev J. lletkel's office, A h, near
They-go to Jacksonville.The : he dinner will have prompt. attention and ade, empowered? to use the buoys .as free. sent on horse back through what wa '
(City of St. Augustine. passedthe delivered tree. Wildernew' the losenger, panacea salve, worm pills, :" .
may see proper, there is not likelyto On Wednesday evening at 7.30'o'clock; ( then called 'The -by ..
Yoors, respectfully, the and Cbltkonaw and curoeelle
\bar 'yesterday her St. very country of Choctaw headache pill, corn mart
on way be any trouble about sunken or : W. TnE. >. WAS.Jorcft .' an entertainment will IN> given by thecelebrated nation*-In Kentucky, and was placedIn andtholota: drop, lliioiam lh extr\ ,, calendula ,
Augustine, She i expected. .here drifting ones in future. 24A.: ; ?. ,-: Peak Sisters of Alaska &In be- a catholic Institution then known M sslr arnica tltr., and y::
.. feL Thomas In Washington near croup ..
tomorrow. b lfpfthe Fernandina Ik-rachah, afterwhiclttheV county .
: Under date of the 25th hut.rtr. Bear in Mind '. sale will .be oontiuoed Ado the town of Bpringdeld., cough drops whooping; cough drop, -

fine-tenths of the neat job printIng G.:S. Palmer commission merchant the 8 mock 19 teething duke, tape worm remedy,earache -
: That premises-Lot +te.fanl5 cents. In November, 1823, Mr. Davis was
in (this town is done at THE MIB- drops" eye .salve, rif Pamphlets ;'. .
Ash until
New York, writes: Strawberries in corner Tenth and atreeU ( now appointed to a cadcUhin at West .
BOB office; the other. tenth I is printed moderate supply and demand steady occopied'pjr the Hon. O. L BaltselI$- FOR SALE: OR E7C maE.Valuable Point He graduated in July, 1828 .n.ll 1Jeera for--JustroctloiL lleaao calf ',
outside the city. can be tvRCU.'W, qr secured undertEasa Btart The account of the young soldier's 4.
for good fruit fancy Florida selling property ta tae of the City $m to'Loin .. '!' I'
by the month or year, upon reasonable The, three Louse land lots Fourth frontier experience is full of interest f .
If you find an X mark opposite 35a40c, medium 20a25c. Pineapple on of the Indian troubles On ifcod, lroi>tor d lfljrty- Apply V''i "\
In view recent
your:name: on this piper it means *, extra large, 20a25c, medium HOOD terms.contains 8 rooms and kltehea. .trect(Lota 23,:. *vi 2'>*>, BIQCk 14)), are and Ghost Dances," the followingis to 8.1. Swann office (If Town ,Imprvvc- '
till on the marker. Or will be ex- ;'
15a20& Market continues firm on they moat Company.A .
that want }Jittle of cash. remarkable Vol. I. 67 .
a year :
we the healthiest in
Location .one of tb. p.
l sli out.Ida
all Southern cabbage changed> for ; able reaidtnce loU
take the hint,' vegetables, except Abundant Anotheroneof-iramueinent wa ;;"O. ,' .
"Please which is selling at low city. Excellent neighborhood. .! the tire HmitL This U an excellent Good c ,
artesian cistern dance called 'Discovery Panes
of and water. ;
supply '
A great ,many;people are built owing to overstocked market andquality Large yard 100100 feet containing fruit chama for *ortH>boJy to gt a good itoonsuttid of slow l step forward and 'I For i&l*-Twtotjr meow of Improved ., ,;"

like a certain four-IeggeJ animal : mostly poor good hard green tree and nower Convenient to Leach bar aa. back,and a pantomime in which each land with IUMM all.royo.' la
They would rather hear themselves cabbage selling at tl.50 per crate railroad and within one block of Centro For further information ap4y to Moore Indian recounted the warlike exploit! I Amelia: lily, on Ata.lto UUad, near th. II
fair 75cafLOO squash $1.753200 Street. &: Mauacy at Tin MIXBOII effi e. They became wildly excited: toward the city of Fwnindina. }'1M)luoatlon; good r ,
; ;
else'smusic. For to lout and danced in a most grotesque, I
bray than l listen to anybody t row, apply .
beans $2.50 climate nice with w-hool eta -
choice .wkty,
string selling medium $&M' IX SWAJIK, manner. Paring these daiu**no Indian ; .
grades 8150a200 ; choice tomatoes Corner Centre and Fourth bta. O. F. Avert. .. however meiuiavfau. he might be at For psH:!ulttr., aWl to T a)''hulIlL. ; '

Two neat' drum signs have been wanted, selling 3.00a3BO ; 11M (Qr sal.: > other tlaws told anything but ti,. Marttrain. -- tl
good t peas wanted, Charleston selling i Last Notlee. 4 t $,aft 3 year-old evlUtOn J ". They often believed themseirs.yWtwi Order year ciotbingof W. J. I hmau, '
l1Lt '
placed the entrance to- the stair Si 50a5.50, Floridas f 2. 0a3.40 ; FlorIda -' Parties balding tickets on music l bj>; ) very fine 4-ye'u sU j by rulona vouchsafed during lo which them revntattiHM after. agent tot Jteult Mewl', Kon'.t )I'lilla-lol.;

v.ftY.of the. library{ building. They'beat beets 75c.atl.00: new potatoes 'I.are notified that the drawing will tome One 6-year more, heavy, lo foal. : wb".h they were blacked their tIIoIMN.J;;( mrd pitta attda U> order clothing tit and

the words : Library and Reading -I selling readily at 16b317.50, No. 2's off.en April 10th() without foil, at 3 p.'sif.e .Al9 aeverol''jpxd) buggfe* an.l. ,3
Room Strangers Welcome." H 0a5.50 ; good cucumbers wanted. MOPK Boos i *.' ... ,, .,1 sacredly observed" store to select l from

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.J'" TRI-WiflEKt.Y FLORIDA MIRROR.... MARCH S8, 1801. \ .

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t t The tVlirln/ Rea Cm**. GOLD lasAi P18I3,187S. \
rtc 1t iltftt1r. A ttwoogkly mmpact ,0.1 under- c5.1; The Clyde Steamship 'Co..,

QEO. R. FAIRBANKS. .- Enron.$ etAu.\abk H*<*n *nt of the IMfering sea .... W. BAKER & Co'S
'. MOORE MANUCY PUBLISHERS.FKRNAXDIXA teal flsberlei" controversy Is made by i f:3: rq:

: FM., MARCH 23.1891 William Week!). Liriaftaton We draw Crounsoln from the Harper's story' a o ul E BreakfastCocoa \ _, '" >-rtI' :..: '.
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a== "r" -
..'. s *1 Every once in a while some one make!* conclusion flattering to our national wV. .C H tJ 0I < '.: IS': .

?.,.. the Urged remarkable discovery of a pride> in at l least one respect It is that I C) S

."t' .,Y. method of photographing in colors. It In Ingenuity and extent of infonna- M := L. "Z'" 1Jt

< '. ta a Frenchman now M. Llppman, one lion In regard to this case Mr. ftlalne I.ab40ad : c;, rn

". '4% of the professors Borbonne, who thinksbe of hie opponent Lord Salisbury EiB <.> Hil II from ."which the cactus! olI

has hit It. So many others bave IIa has goue over the literature of the a c7V I oil ha* t*.n remored, U \
e :
thought And BO announced, yet the fact uestion from beginning to end and IIy \\Ab olntelii Pure

remains! that aH these proceeaes were defective even had< Russian! documents retranslated. \and It III Soluble.No New York Charleston and Florida Lines..
one after another and not one a \
"j, ? would do what was claimed for It. One fact that has stood out in plain Y' C ..f.4+ a Chemicalsare The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are Appointed to
en. ,
a fight for seventy is not credit- 0
"': years very Bail as Follows: (tAllnA&D \
An nnnsnal proposition has come be- able to the linguistic learning of the toot A :aC= ,J used la Its preparation It haa From Itew 'York From Jaeleeonvllle
A .
y Core the economists of the Wisconsin iplomats of (civilized nations Americans more than three timti the ttrenyth ol (Her2}. E K) BTrAMFK Florida.
z 1
- "*> 1-4 > Cocoa mixed with Starch Arrowrootor MO'ndti bleb 90th at S.III..... .CURSOR: EH:......Sunday. Apr. fttb, at 1.30P.M.
? legislature. The retrenchmentcommit- not and :
are great linguists, con e- ,
< E Za. Jv.ay., Apt. let, at 8 YKMA8SEK,.. ,.,.Tuesday, Apr 7th, at 2.80 .
"*tee has \xm earnestly considering how nently not touch is expected of them, Sugar, nnd is therefore far more r Apr: W, at 3 r.M .::::.,JSBMIXOI.B..:....Thursday. Ape: Oth, at :.:.

much it can cat down the pay of the rat it is a fact that a gross mistranslation .. en economical totting fear than ont cent Monday. Apr. 6th, all: .IRlU0I8.,8und.y., Apr. 12th at T.OOA.M.
= Z Wednesday, Apr. 8th, at S .M ..... \lJ}()
= r QUlS.Tuetlda1. Apr. Ht.h. at 8.00"A.M.
mlnisten who open legislative proceedIngs of the Russian edict of 1821 remain a It Is delicious! nourishing
cup. Friday Apr lOtli at S P.M! .....mmnOJ< .......:Thanday. Apr. loth, at 10.00
< with prayer. The last! legislature *! as the standard authority for the etrcnglhcnlng, EASILY DraESTED, Moixjay Apr. 13thatSr.x.YEMAEF.Qunday! Apr.19tb, at 1.801.x.AM.

oat down the reverend gentlemen to ten cl claim of that country, and was quoted 214 _and admirably adapted for invalids Wexlnesday, Apr. 15th at S .........SEM1NOLK .......Tuesday. Apr. 31st a' 3JO r...
Friday ......
dollars a prayer, and now It seriously accordingly by Lord Salisbury, until, Lj as well as for persona in health. )(Monday Ape17thml3P.x Apr.90the13r.x..AUhONQU1N.Nundey' iROQUOI9..Tbureduy, Apr.Apr.:alth.23d, at at flOOAM.400A.M.

proponed to take them oft piecework daring the present administration, the Wednesday, Af>r. 21,, at 8 ..x..CIIEI&OlaIL..TIletk1..y.: Apr.21th.! at' 700AM.

altogether and pay them only ten dollan American secretary of state caused a literal Sold by Grocers .'JWhere.W. Friday Apr. 24th, at..3 PM.....,.C11KKOKEK.. .....Tlmrsday Air.90th. at 900AM.
MondayApr.. 27th at 8 r.ii ........"NKM. IINOLE ....
NOTICC.Offers .Hunday, May 8<1, at 1200 N'n
r.. a week. One thing the preachers can do translation to be made, which conveyed BAKER & CO. Dorchester Mast .. .....
\' Wednesday, Apr. :.19th. at Sr.M IKOQUOI3........Tuosdny. May 6th, st 200 '.!If.
to get even-they can give the legislat- a wholly different meaning from

S" nre cheaper prayers. that which Lad been accepted eo long for for CourtHouse.TOTICK .

,+ TheN are a hundred people now who ST. JOHN'S' RIVER LINE.

Nanen and the North Polo could make a translation from Russian I \ 19! HEREBY GIVEVthat tbe board -AMELIA RIVER- --

.r' .' Will anybody ever reach the north whore one could do so seventy years ago. 1 Li t>f County Oninmiwilonen: fur NannauCoontjr For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Toints
1- Sill I noelv. at their ofllnIn Fernandlna.nnttl on Et. John's River ,
t :: j pole The nearest to it that man has at To make a very long story as short as 'clock' noon of May 12tb, l n n-Ned often* for

*. yet penetrated is 83 degs. U mins. lati possible, as far back as 1799 Russia hs iTMldPoanty ntletould, county Hald offtrt of a die must'k.r.be Court In writing Iinuw Packing Company ." The Elegant Iron SUicwbcel Steamers,

.f.. tude. This was reached by Mr. Lock made claims which inclosed Dehring set and mina (rive dlmen kn. of *lt oObrcd :sodeast ;: "CI'T'Y. OF AOXSONVILLE: "

wood, a, member of the Greely expedition as far south as the fifty-fifth parallel ofatltude. l and offenxl location mast, 'together n* Mtost with<'4 In prlee the.(.ked.1iy of Fernndlna Tbe. I, -PACKERS Or' F Captain W. A. SHAW, ,

which explored the regions of eter In 1821 a ukase was issued b y and mast" be nut lea than 115: foot FEED'.K DEBAEY.
tqnara. OOcn should l>* addmsed to Board of
nal ice and snow from 1831 to 1884. Alexander I making still greaterclalms bounty Omnmlmhmrrs, enJ.'Uu. Fla., and etiorsed I Capt. T. W. LUND Jr.,

'. .; If anybody could reach the north pole on behalf Russia. Against this claim "Otters for sal*of KRED W. HOYT OYSTERS FRUIT I A TO appointed to.tall from Jacksonville, dally exrtpt Saturday, al 190 p. m., and from Saoford.'' ,
: it would naturally be a person hardened both the Unite States and Great Britain Chalrra IIoard Connty(JomIDJI! wen. I dally except Sunday M t 8)a. la.
Attest: Oso.E. WoLrr, Clerk
;;1,., to the cold of Norway. Accordingly the made formal protests Now when r SL OUTH Seed: I>BOUND.own. BC1IEDULE KOKTII l8 ND. p

:tebold' flcandinaviaa explorer Professor America demands that Dritish vessels NOTICE.NOTICE -DIALERS IK- ou..,. 8.30 p. x-..............-....,J.ckl ADvilIe.-........._.-....?.?Arrive 11.4*.r-x,.
(./ Nansen, will have a fighting chance of stop deep sea seal fishing at the breeding IS HEREBY GIVEN that toe Count, 8.00 p. MnNM ........_...-.._..... >aUtka.u.w.nM..M.-...Leave "7.00 P. !If.I" .
succeeding. time of the animals, thus tending toe for Nanati County will reotlve JO A. ..........................,.....A tor..................................... 2.OOP M.
: .. sealed bids, at the Clc-rlm office until noon OAK AND PINE WOOD I" 2.45 A. x...........??...,....,...;:..-- It. Francis .............??..?.. 12 45 p. M.
lie proposes to "build a little ship" of terminate them, England answers that o ounty f May to U,the IBM amount, for the or pnrohawof Bald bonds bonds of said will I" fl.00 A. *.........._.._.-....Dereeford...-._.?.?.......?.,. J.46 A. M.
\: not 170 tons and construct her the United] States herself WjOua of I" 6.00 A. M ... ...... .......Blue f II
over according protested T>ear luterost at the rate six ((6)) per cunt per ? 'i>rlngs-.? .._... 11.00 A. M.
to his own Idea She will be ol against Russia's claim in 1821. On the a nimm and will b* payabl, twenty years frurnate CUT IN BTOVE IJIXGTIIS. I Arrive 8.00..11I.................. .....8anlord...._. ...,.?.,'M 9.00 A. 111.I" .
d of Issue (with' privilege of redemption in 9.15 A, x........,.......-. ..?...?... KntcrpriBe......-_... 9.901. M.
.. such model that the ice cannot crosh part of the United States, however, l Hs whole I or in part ten. years tarn date of [rote), at A. Also Cleaner ? .
L.arBo EvrnaliM (
4 .1 the oflioc of the 1 nuteea of County floods of said Hupply Constantly \bright only) from Jacksonville for Artor Mond WednesdaTi and
-.,.. her, bat can only lift her np. Witht' answered that the protest was Issued county. Int roHton said bonds will be rmyabltwmiannually on Itantl. rrldayi at 1 p. m. Upturning, We Actor Tuesdays, Thantdaye: and Saturdays:{: a. m.

<., this veasel, twelve picked: men and provision against the claim of 11.UIl8Lin 1821 to > in therlty of lorrmn.Una, l'Ia..or I General Passenger dna Ticket Office, OS West Bay Street. Jacksonville
In went New York, N, V.
at option of hoMn. -
," : for five years Nanaen will make the North American coast as! far down All trJ. shall specify toe amiiuntof dads: l F. M. .IROVM\ irilj: Jr., Florida ruwuiiKcr Aged, 88 Wed Bay Ft Jarkftfrnrllle. Fla.
old fur tar denomination and the time y-.f'.o4"V: I'.I1' """-U"*r. enft r Agent, La! West lisp stmf. jickw.nvUte.ila,
,,, ? the attempt He will strike a new route, as the fifty-first parallel. hen lire bidder I : will comply requlnyl; 14,.11 Mi bid. The: .. '..LoT. Fnlvht Agent, on what, not Ho(na street., Jscksmivlllc, Fla. ?

"" ., in the beginning that pursued: by the In the edict that was protested againstnsBla all Commissioners bids. reserve tar right to select any or 5 00 ....,.t $3.oosz5oZ J. A.\l.tl.lr IIOWAUIt: ,, sapcrtntrndeut, l.k.rlda t,Freight to4 Laura Agent.Street fad, JnckwuTille Laura Street, Fla.JackwiivlUe, Fla. -

;' American whalers who pass up through forbade any vessels other than llkls should be addressed to Oeo E Wolff! Clerk :'liit: I.eollt: Trntni ManaKrr" A fowling Oroen, New 'd'n. -
Dehring strait Rnaaian from fishing within hundred of the Circuit'Court for Namau County, Feniandlna ALL II. CI.YliE. AM, Tralrfo Manager,t Uowllng New York.
a rid and endorsed "I the
purchase WM. P. CLYDE & CO. General
r' From Dehring strait Naaeenwill! coast t miles of the shore. !It is this claim that of bonds.1; > krr\V. HOYT, 11 Booth Wharves. Agents,
(halrman board of County Commissioners. I'bllmlflplila. a lleall.t Jrron, New Terk.
; ;, westward 'along the shores of northern areyhedln part by the United BU ten Attest: jIG. E. \\OLrrClerk, __ _
.- <. Siberia till he comes to tbe New Siberian 110 I order to protect' the seal fisheries. The! -------- -- '

-.. islands.1 There he will carefully exam I secretary of state now sdys distinctly IN CiltCUITl'OI11tT' MALLORY

:,r.;V;. loe the ,currents and start northward I bat'tliU government makes no claim Fourth Judicial, Florida.Circuit NArRnllCounly $Z ? ., ," F .15 STEAMSHIP LINE !

*;,4: through free ice water toward the north that Dohrlng is a closed sea, mare clans Fred W. Hoyt W. O. Julfteysand Z eR BOYS

: ty. polo In common with many others, I um But the seal fisheries the Alaskan i!. U Cooley, partners, oQ

: -, Nanwrn believes there is an Open Ilea ,co r.t belong to the United States ,IptamewdayletNTknRaek doing business under: the R..nfi "".AMO ,fOp "
:)I about the polo Ha expects to got fa1 I xdnsively I Therefore United States of Fenandln., AIQ""om GENT" ;ra> MASSES PLOR.XD 19. GER'VYc II I -

4 J-, ,; tend in the ice and drift with it across : fan the right to protect the animals from Ooorjt.' W. Hlppl* doing bujHto"._". li8"10" --

'i:: ':,' t11e polar region and at length south I extermination; and, moreover It Is In -.Co.ness .* Oeorge Wi nipple fir, "

'i.: ([ ward and westward and strike the region i t;h... Interests of all nations that they DEFENDANT, OE6UOE: W. ItlFrlK Sailing. Weekly from Fernandina Every Thursday .
.;" r' of and should be' thus That JJlE-; '; business. as (lenrgo \V. IIIple & ('0.
warmth protected. :
hope again somewhere they
lake n<4lc* the tbe at>ovt "ntlll.1aaF !l and from Hew York Every Friday. "
\a; : ;;. between Greenland and Spitsbergen. lie I shonld l he exterminated is against iood suit instituted by attachm.ut in the C;Irrullmrt t W. L. DOUGLAS ..
---i > Judli al Circuit, Namwu County
f f "Uopn to lltan a.yesriroiu IfcTi J une. al6fal, contra bonoa mores, and on the KidriJa, nu the urn ilay of January, A, 1>, IMil, .
e contra bones mores argument Mr. Slain jy r red W. Hoyt, W. O. iotlrfvt and K C. Cuoley $3 SHOE & tow" S '11'"g
*' perinea, doing bukloess under the name autlntyle .. ,
'h 1 Our National Literature. chk-fly rests bill claim The question oJ of Ihe IWiiik of Feraandloa. Thereupon rented sod so stamped on bottom Andrew .'
.. < \v.L.l UlCiUAAltreokleaAla... .' .
q Uourge W. Hlppln dolnr hu iut>H udder the nnme > Hold by
] i"+ ., An essay on the subject of the AmeJi.i the seizure of Canadian pouching vessel* and Htyle of tk-urge W. llippl.A Co., the said douiulaiit J. & T. ZT2-ZDI irf t
I i can literature by Walt Whitman,quaint, will be settled l b r the supreme court oi and all other pcnnns Interested, ar* 11g'ta. :. ....-.
raqulntd to appear and plead to the 1oe- FEll AXDINA FLA. :
*i t rugged and horny as one of his pyre the United I States: aratlon IHud in said Laun ou or by th* Ant Mon ,

.i! portraits, appears in The North Mood. I Then was a time when the seal cot ,eta And ill It May la,ordered telL that a copy of this notice be __D. IIEIUNG__ __,_King'g_ _Ferry hn _,_FIn._ :: t
can Review. The style reminds one troveny meuied almost settled. That lUhllHbed[ la Tel FwetnNaives, a public :<
lewiiiaper iiublisliod In Mid County and Cin'nit
", somewhat of the peculiar English which t was during the administration. of Mr. and in> the city of ieruauillua. for a pri.d. of CUMBERLAND ROUTETO ,;

Carlyle labored so many years to make Cleveland Mr. Dayard,the'secretary'of throe month Clerk: *.Clroult Court M UUj.swan E.County WULtK., Via.y .

t unlike that of anybody else who ever state, suggmted to Ureat Drilain that b:] Fcraandlna,January. :a, 1891.I AND FROM FLORIDA I '-
-> wrote. The difference is that Walt t common agreement there should be a CIRCUIT l'UUItT, -- VIA TIlE BEAUTIFUL 6TEA.MXB < .-

Whitman's Unusual English 1 U nature time from April 13: to :;01'. 1, when the Fourth Judicial Circuit. KaitaanCouuty

.', t t' to him 'Have we a national Uteri seal finking should be prohibited between Florida.William .

I" tare he asks. He thinks not a Titer the ICOth deg of west longitude and the D. Wheelwright and \ ,' .

p tare distinctively, though we have the 170th d..g. of vast longitude* Thtsoover K.asKUllonieu a Honkm.dolngbualiiM
elements of one and a noble one d the breeding and migrating period vs. Bond.......4oOi '-3 ...." '+ Fare From
Oouige W. Hippie, doing bust- Amt sworn '"WJ1tn :.o; '"" Fernandina to New York :
& Whether we shall ever rise. to our o i- of the avals. Resets consented to this, nens under In* nsm aad to....._.. :278 71 CAIIIN .
\ r t: portuiiity and weave it into form and and Lord Salisbury was about to' agree style Ux of Uvorge W. Hippie &ITJ' CITY OP BRUNSWICK 932 50EXCUK| IO5rgoo< for 6 mtb'., 40 OO

v enduring substance, however he gives to It. when suddenly. Canada< made trot DEFEXDAKT. CEORGB IXTrilJlKIHATL17 50lAXF-CIlACr. 11 OO
1 up as a conundrum too deep for him. ble and protested against convention.rL Quinn business under the .eW&n.P style o SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DECEMBER tl tl890.STAItDIKO Tide Line, having no Tr.ni reni between Ornnndini and New
(...nrK* W. Hippie, (b..wIlt hereby Uk. non* ( TIVC.) fork offers the mH1': AlW QUICKEST """wwiwi '
I In his travels, through all parts of the The English government then d'opprxit tbst tb*abnve entitled suit was limtituted! by ftttachuieiit BOUTH. t'lWt1'lJ.: VEOETAliUS: and othen. TO "wrowconnexion 011'
Walt has found that and uo real ha been tnadisince. ] In the Circuit Court, !e nab Judli,ial JJaffy Etetft Sunda Th. traveling "uhlio offered the ..
country good nat- progress Circuit, Ku sat*tX>uuty, Klorlda the 4Sd day o( Smutty Only. are ad\"antA of a DIRECT IINE and trnSUIt-
I are, decorum and Intelligence are the The difficulty{ Is that the two January. A. 1>. Uwl. by \Mlllain: P.Wheelwrtgk Leave Brunswick,via at',... (.haze 9.iw a ra PASSED AXOU11ODATIONB TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHAl\OEI tusking CiON
I and N, H. burden,doing bUHluena as N. B. Uonlens Arrive Lhmlctlwd..1o.16am 11W m al FKKNAft UIXA with Honda Central &: fenlnllllar .
J ( main characteristics of the young peoJ nations do not agree on the questions to Co. Thereupon .rvra V, Hippie doing buiii Arrive Fernauiilna..... ...U130: p m 1.00 D III JACliNOlVYILI.i: :, ST. AlliFNTI.Mi:<< and all points on the fit Joius Ockl
J \ pie of the United Staten He believe : be u ltrattod. As, to what the United new tinder tea style o1 1 Ueurg W: Leave Femaudlna, : via.i.0.A lawsha and Indian Hirers, and to all Florida points '
llippl Cu.. the said defendant and all utb..rr.i P. R. K.........!?. ._.?..1245 p m 4.to p n
t j., these qualities, "the vertebral stock or States i Is willing to arbitrate MrCrouuse : : InUmted to the.declaration,are hereby died retiuUvd in'said to cause appear ouor Arrlroiacksonvuie.:.?.?...... 2.14pm Stop mKORTH. Tiinortiii: HILLS OF L.AUI.NU TO ALLOINTS.. *

1;. superheat( and noblest nations," will be sayat by Ihe first Monday In May, Ittvl.! .

1 ." the basis of our writings. In developing Illalne explains the wDlllol"ratloll thai And it U la onlt Tae red that tu> a cup Mianoa of vets twileepublished be Lean A P R Jacksonville K-._..._...,.via.......F...V. -3d.m: *:40.m Further infornuitlon will( be cheerfully given by
aio* tniWlenewsiwprr
literal ha moved tbs praeMunt la declining to submit a Arrive Feraandlna?._...ll 6. m 1010am G. K. IIUIIUY.
a ore must "treat the olhereditament d ixibllsned in said Agent,
we Couuty
s. ._ .......
tbe In sodpran1ry IA.mlWdID. 115 2-00
qnettou dUpute to arbitrationupon and In the of y llna p m : : p in
'.. *" too.. Yes. Walt well flu |Kilut sutfKeiited by lord t3alaba three mouths.city "rnan ._.,... ...._. .
Arrive Brun wkk JO (OO
and the lirltUh minister, and declares thai & Clmilt Court Nassau p m ; p at
try to.k Femw County, t 1'ier 30 Kant,; Elver New York.
"'uutulng of Importance would be settled by &.,Janoary: drug!! Close ennneetlognw.both n aye madp.oat Jaoksonfills .
Furthert that ala on BJohn's - ,
proving Ureat lirltaln conceded no Jurisdiction -- --- -- -- ---- -- -- ----- .
river, Veniandlna, burn Houtb Florid --- -- ----- -
What ar* now deepest wanted la the status to Uusola over tb. seal Uheriee of the I.V 'II&UIT: COURT at
by train arriving at t.40 a. in.,; fur Bouib Florida I
a* ruot for their literature ar* patriotism, Buhrlnii sea." KuMla. b* contends, asked ao.tlQletenco Judicial ( by train leaving:at t.10 EE. E. JDOTTERER
i nationality, enwunbl, or the Idea of these, nnt conoceelon. and this Great Fourth 'Irt'u". Na.lllau Ones connections J"e'at Brunswick:with Eo
,..' | and the unoompromlalng genes!* and aatura l.rltaln gave ll would n County, Florida. T, V. O. 1&. K. U> and from all puiuts n et and
lion of theta Not the mere bawling and I brapmdoclo tangible be thinks. If reiIt-woultroiweat Fred VT Iiq't. W. 0. Jeflfeyi East by trains arriving at 4.10 a. la. and departin, Invite attention to Ma large and varied assortment of
of them, but the radlca1euwtlola taut, to bltrate the"real questions'I to- and U. O Coolcy partners, at U p. ro., with tniuocn alwxr to iXHilnvll
the fervor and perennial fructifying aplrtt at sue. Ibeee queotlous be conoulve to bet 1 t. doing business under th. without cbantfe. ,
fountain ".ad. And at the rink of twin* ml-. \Vbat exclualve Jnriwllrtlon In Debring seed name and .)'1*of The Bank. AtttchmcnLBout ...,.*7UO 4>A r 6u Rood eents.Looal served oath* steamer at any Um FINE FAMILY
,. ondsrstood should'dwell on and ropuat. that Roads assert and exercise previous to the ceeslon of t.'w, (are, Fernandtn and Brnnswlrk, 12.50 GROCERIES
great Imaginative UUratu for American can of Abukal L lluw far were these claim Geonw W. Hippie, doing bust i*.._._ ,tUD Ant laay tl.M ascend clan, ono : > _
never be n er.ly good I and mural la tb. con I ronognlaed and louooded by Urea Brltalnf 1 n s*as tieunr W. lll{>pl. A claw, Itso seoond-olass, round trip, ldday.Ilm ,
veotlonal _&hod. Iurltaulain and what radiate \Va Utbrlna .a Included Inh.. phraa Co.rplIE. 'ss.eeng.A Embracing nearly everything this line and alao that of ,
from II most always b* mentioned b, "l'aclftoDo" a* used In the treaty of DEFENDANT, CEORC.B W. IUPI'LZ ti General J ot
m. with respect. ; then 1 should pay,for tbl V 1KB; and e bat rlghta. If any, wore MfI rodeil to JL doing bushier as Oe vast and varied eonuaoowmllB. geographically Great tiriUln by that treatyt i. Did not all itill hereby take notice that the abuve lad Manager.OCNERAl FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. ;
., '. and artistically, the puritanical standard flu" rlcUU of KuaiUa la Pvbring sna east of tbe suit was lu"'ttiuuxl by attachment la lao Circuit OFFICE, BUCXSWICK, OA.
are constipated,narrow and noa-pliUosopuia water faoojwlary .pna nlmpalrcd to tb. United abort, bank JudlrUl Ctmiit. Name County ---
: IB the main I adhere to lilT poeltlun In Etale by the treaty of IKRT 6. \N'hat are now FluriJa. ou Ihe 17th day of January, A.I>. lual.b' THE O :LLTYPE' .
i Fred W. Hoyt. W. U. )rdhy. and H. U Cuulvy Only Such Goods Kept In Stock as Con be Recommended
"Uwnoiralle. VUUa. sod csiwcUlly to maununlng the rlvhUof the Uultett bt.-u* a* to the for partners, iViliig business under thY name as Pure .
all of American literature a* far aa seal flkliurtoa hi tu" water.of the IVbring ee* urn of The Bank of Furuaudlna. hereupon WHITER and of Good Quality. '
today la ronoernud. la I ouuldeof the :'
wlenUMm. the matte d ordinary territorial) |IIml", end Utorg.WNIpyled.lugbu.tut'wuudertb.nu n* '
prorMaion." practical Inventions and Journal. d<> thaw rU iU grow out of It..o.*, ... by R a. and style of Uwtry W, Illpple k(:u. the said iifendjuit '. J
,I'' Um the United Utatet hav pr wed forwanl I to iaof au> eupvtUl right or )urllk>tion b.dby and all other person* interested sr* ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVES TO SELECTIONS OF d
.: tbe glorlou front rank of adviu""d clilbe<. hot or oWart obi ownuniblp of rive" udawidth.4aWtaoftbe.WtYlareeotilitmot d ion ww Duy Ute ODELL Tui WJ.ITU .
Uutda a* alao In the popular dkoomlnatlon' 01 laratluu Sled in said taus uD oc by th.fin Uo f 'P with 78 character, and $15 t Err tn* '
prlutud maltor nature Orb.pti anaa.bail -* It ordered a notice b* to FINE TEAS AND COFFEES-: .
r but that I* an Ilidlapenaabl* pn>|iarator; leave tb* subject In curb poetU'jSi publUhcd in Tn* Ptoa amaia a tmbiteuvwsiiaptrpublMtod work was any uachtn made. :' :
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.far Iwyond any other laud or pruxrlblug reaulatioua lur th.killingof and tu the City of y.r ix-rlod i f .
t > Yet the high pitched taunt Margot duller. ......, tben the tenor of Such r'guUuiuaashall three months. J'"k.\M; \ (AU or oruATton wean longor Itboat cost o' Best Good of this Description that can lx secured.NEW -
forty year ago still .seund In lu.air "1t do? bo determined. 1 f OrCJU liritala to wlU. Clerk Clroult Court Kaaneu Owuity Fla. repair than any other inacliUM. lla no iDk '.t
not follow bucaus the United MaU print an d ]rte to submit the** quest hut* to arbitrationMr. Furnsiidlna, Ha.,January pr, lauL ribbon to bother the operator. It Is tour, sv '-
read .tern hooka. magaalno and Du...Miiaper* Illalne.: decloroi tb* jovcrument tb* STAXTIAL nickel plated, perfect and ada|>te4 a GOODS Kcccivcd by Evoiy Steamer. '
than all the rest of Ik*wend that thei real. I United bt to*would gUdly: anode to the prop- Dr. JOHN( FERINE all kinds. of type> writing. Like. prlntlni presa, :.:: "

"' have therefor a literature. raft k+ It frojofo sharp ClueD, legible nanosortpt.. 8.W. cor. Second and Centre Sts. FERNANDINA :t' 't -
for'pMlt.p.11 I III not alone TIN free BLUUO'' FLA.
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gratifying to know there is a ,
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and newspaper, nor railroads and factories.Dor RESIDENT DENTIST .
all the Iron,eottun. wheat, pork. and p*> prospect now that these questions willat L Any InteUifent pet+no cad become an operator ---- .'
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pin of a hundred or'several& hundred mllllrna, the two who can equal the work of th* Doable CAM f
great English speaking FLORIDA.
nor the fourteenth and Oftueotb ameniBteata. OdtU. '

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IndUpaoaabla. AU that record I* lofty, but I1 1 p.tu. For favphlet Metal Indooumecta, et*.. ad- TCBUSHED
lion is valuable that which Modern AT FEENAKDIK4:
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after all-Orst,that the highest development That was because Wendell never tried e6 and n air A.*. Chtoao, 111. THURSDAYS SATURDAYS.
of the Mw World and democracy aid probably _
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the best society.,the otvUixed world allver it to any great extent .RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE
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jjj'. A CHANCfc ACQUAINTANCE. Illelahlf Snow.wl hit.'. S"1itety, answered
pg enjoyment of rarely, Pltrre 1879. _.
:' ;' the datnt). "Will yon not try some to* "(1 t11s good" ... ': t ;: .1001.I ,. A W LOHMAN
; To bar met bat cad,bat one, .
.':& .... ADd "tort fnremMart day It is nice." "WIU you not take your violin, Siemr r: d S ,
On the world dark tide that n thee on And so she would go through the day Antoine, and tell me bow the snow : ; : Sa DrULER IN -
".. -, And sander many a h...anl with a lighter step and a heavier purse look-:*" MM Soow-white ', '} .. fTllt ; .: :: .
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To ha
** looked on like \
eye <
a' yom "
than of And tear Antoine .
yore. plays Thorn
: To bar touched much :
a roMtotf hand 1\
f"* And BTT,never again/ to meet Bat it was Dabcttewho always took who knew Ml tho inaudible falling of .., "' P RE WINES an dL1 DORSW
N5:; But la Memory's dream' tarn; care of Snow-white when Felice was the flakes, thicker and thicker, but gently \1'; ,' .

f .? One In th.lonely dark ftway Babetta was a blnnohisaetue,and M the drawing of a rhroo.1. Bicnr .
+ ,;* It stabbed ra' through au', through was always washing wanhhig washing Antoine kept his eyes upon the little ,
;f: .. Th sodden thought of jronr mvet young In the big tubs down in the court. 80 face, and be saw her waiting, listening. ,

:.t ?';, And tare one; .eve th*early dew when Snow.white was old enough and Suddenly a twang of the strings and the
?.,.'," dry on the"eprIngluggram, the days grew mild Babette would tak e twist of his bow sent out as on the crisp
:', -, 7"W'. :: the morning wind blew free, her shawl, and spreading it out on the air the jingle of sleigh belle, the sound ---- -_..-...4 4414141 4t1414141N ._. .
:!tj.I., I almogt met you beneath the tin warm bricks that paved the court I'Ot of merry voice, and the child's face was J -- '-'-'
t : .(:. Wber the path torn down to the tea the baby it glad. Bat Sienr OB t"1rq
l' upon ,ahading her little face Antoine had forgotten, D4 MRROR
i;<, And lour imtUng shadow lira "- from the eon by one of Pierre's big straw with the sounds of gladness there came ..
j., ;, I
'(r.t Wbenmyeplrttwsndenabumeteeegho Seeking your face again. t. to Jove Bubette, with her broad, round and be played on and on in the minor
:. ; And If you b* living let face and her plump, white arms-grew chords till the tears stood in the little tjm
3\ ,lt Or whe..1 cannot know. to love the warm court where there was oriole eye*, and Felice put out her band
: 'r : Sat mr prI' eUngwlu a Dueness dream ranch to him
so sunlight,and always the Clashing stay
'i'.f > Tn our meeting long ago J-S.5-
t'M..Falconer la Chambers Journal. of water and the flapping of snow All during the night that followed 7 7the : ;
,. :". clothes on the line there sounded in Snow-white's dreams I r-, .

/,:; PIEKUES FOUNDLING. Then there was Sionr Antoine, wit merry "snow mUido" and then the '
) ': ', his violin, whom Snow-white lOOn sorrow that came after It "Will It: lie: 4
learned to love too. At first he wool like that-and that?" she asked! hentlf, ii-TEAiv---: '
.5"w It was Pierre who first called her that only pause when he met Felice or Pierre While it was yet dark she heard below FINE GAI AS ETC)? '

and Pierre was a Creole and Felico, his upon the stair and inquired in his sweet, in the street the muffled rumble of a cart, f S ., .
"I wife, was a Creole, and BO they both gentle voice after the little one; but band ;y and the cartman was singing. What H / \1 / .
said, "Snow wide," but then they meant by he grew to stopping on his way was it he said? As he came nearer she Noe. 13 and 15 N Third BtHPERNANDINA
.... "Snow White," and everybody called her up to his room to see the lady, all white heard In the man's deep voice "Wash .
that. And very white she did look to and soft and clean, tucked away in her Me and I Shall Be Whiter Than Snow." FLA.

Pierre that morning in the early spring, little bed. Bienr Antoine spoke but little She knew not what! the words meant Billiard and Fool'Parlor Attached
many years ago now,when he found her but he played oh so beautifully, si t. how could she But over and over again ,
I lying on the doorstep, a fleecy white ting away up stairs by himself. Ills n. she kept saying tho words to hereself till CBDEES raflinTLT-
._bawl all around ber, and only her little, olin talked for him, he would say. fie morning: broke and daylight shone! between .,,
round, baby blue eyes showing out of was always sad and often hungry, Pierrsaid. the curtains, pain and strange.
the whiteness. So when Snow-white was able to Something, she knew not what, sent a I GEO. A. LATHAM
"See what the good God baa sent me, climb the stair without the fear of fall. thrill through/ the little weak frame and
Felico," said Pierre, taking the littlo, tag, Felice used sometimes send her n eagerly she peered across the room to .
I soft, ,white bundle in his big, brown to bieur Antoine room with a slice o pf I the streak of light that showed WHOLFIALC AND RETAIL DEALER INi;; gALES
bands and carrying It in to his wife, "a bread or a bit of meat that he migh "Muman," she called by and by very O
'. little snow white baby." find it waiting for him on his table.It softly Dot Felice was by her side in a
0 And Felice turned back the shawl was Pere Martin himself who used moment She said nothing but pointed WINES LIQUORS
t from the baby's head, and there, pinned to come for the little girl when she was wills one ban: toward the window. 0 ,
to her little dress, was a card, and as old enough to run about, and carry her "Ach, Pierre, Pierre the snow the
I i..' Pierre bent down to see be read "For with him to the church and his own tory snowr shouted Felice, In her excitement
Pierre and Felice." little house"with its vine clad porch ani d forgetting the little< sufferer>; on the -ASD-
. I '\ '-Did I not say,Felice,"he cried. "See, its garden ot rose behind. He wool couch, who leant npon her elbow trying
It is for us-the good God has sent it" pluck the heavy headed buds that to see the street below. FINE CIGARS,
When Felice bent down to alas: the brushed her cheeks as she pissed by "Did t not slay?" sold Pierre fringing
l'08yllpe that cooed and smiled up at them, and take her back home with her to his feet "Surely God is good" -
her she smelt the perfume on the little apron full of flowers, or her two hand Together they lifted the little one's bedto CENTRE 8TUEET,
baby's clothes and then she thought of full of the yellow oranges that grow the window that she might sec, and
the sweet, pale, gentle lady whose hair npon the tree beside his window. I she, with full heart, could not speak for I FERNANDINA FLORIDA, "
she bad dressed a few nights before, and "May I not give the Virgin one'" the Joy; only her lips parted and her eyes
of the tall, dark man whom the lady had child would say, as she picked the fines overran with tears. '
not called her husband, bat her"friend." flower of her bunch to lay at M rj.. fee t Marta and Bdbetit wero not long Incoming .-: 1
'. Cut she did not tell Pierre all this. as they passed the church. to see the little one's joy and THISTLE DEW wm KE'''.
What she did tell him was that they Thus among her good friends grew Sienr Antoine too,only he did not tarry, I have carefully crammed anti analyzed
would take their new treasure and show and, prospered the little God given chili but looked! into tho child's eyes and went ; ==PO'WER:::= Tour well known, and popular Whiskey-.

it to the priest, and ferre-good,simple of Pierre and Felice. away to Pore, Martin They came together IIISTLE DEW The \\Ll.ktj- mutt be .
hearted Pierre-went along very close "How white Is the snow, mamas?" Bhe I by and by, nhaking the white .. pronounced> to bo pure, will matured and of
beside Felice, wishing mightily that,he would say to Felice; "is it so beautiful; flakes from their coats and treading very xoullont quality, being soft/ and mellow to
could take the little white, soft bundle that you would have me like It?" softly in the haU the; taste and having a fine bouquet The
- in his own arms. "B,.and by we shall see, Petite," Felice "See, the snow has come, father,"said nodical profession maT plea full confl.

And Pere Martin,when bo looked into : would answer. Pierre, "and she knew the little one, deuce in the purity ant quality of tha"UISTLEHEW ., .,
F, the little But the sweet without seeing ft, that it "
baby's eyes, remembered the warm, sunny weatbe 1 was come. A. Fisnti
slight, graceful woman who had knelt came and went There were chilly day The little eyes wero bout only on the Analj tit al and Consulting ClicmUl. ,r' .

o long_at!vespers the evening before: :. now and then, days when Pierre would window, _where. without the snow lay BookMJob House Cincinnati. June, ISflO. .
'j, BUU me sweet, genus" voice in WhiCh, come home.shivering in his big overcoat; white ana soft o'er street and housetop Printing .. : ;,
: when the service was over, she had when bieur Antoine's face would look tax as the vision went, but the priest,
SM! questioned him about the coiffeuse, paler and more pinched than ever; when kneeling down beside the bed, took one : ?J(
Felice, and Pierre her husband, who Babette would lift the tubs to her room little cold hand in his, saying <
:;) : .. lived in a room in the crumbling gray and hang the clothes on lines before the "She is very near to God now; he told

'.", house beyond the church. lie remem fire; when the roses in Pere Martin' her. W.ESTIMATES:A: :MANN ,
bored also that the hand that droppedinto jar!:-!3 v;;auld<< be blighted with the cold, "The snow has come," said the child's .
his the heavy purse of gold 1, telling but the snow never came voice. "I knew It would, God told me" "
.. him it WAS to be given to this same Feho "How white is the snow, papa?" the Aye, God told her and drew her ,." -
and Pierre, if they should need it, had child would ask and Pierre would take nearer and nearer to him, for with her J'I' I. CONTRAOTOR
no ring upon the third finger, and Pere a sample of cotton from the pocket of last breath the pale lips faltered out the DURYEE BUILDING, CENTRE? STREET, $
Martin sighed as he looked into the his blouse, aDd tearing it into bits, scat words she had not understood. "\Vubme _
baby's face and murmured "Another ter it in flakes about her head. and I shall be whiter than snow." '

lamb into the fold. Dut he, too, did "Whiter than that," he would say, The MOW was soon gone and with it ,
I not speak of what he remembered. Instead "but we shall see. Petite." the little one, but to the white vault that \ :. ; SAND BUILDERa :: '

." he told them he would himself go "Whiter than this," Babette would bean her name come often Pierre and ;
with them to the office of the old notaire ell her, taking the frothy suds from her Felice, burdened with the grief of their; '" .' j. .
on the corner and that all would be arranged tub and throwing it about the child empty hearts. Marie still sells her candyon : 1: '. : : ,4" ,
and that the next day after head in the .air, whence it fell in little the street, but in her tray Is found no PERNANDINA: : FLORIDA.Having
mass they might bring the child to be water bits Upon the pavement lODger the dainty bits for the"Jittle: one." ; : FURNISHED
christened.And "Whiter than these," Pere Martin Alone in tho court Babette still scrubs .
so they did and gaTe her the would say, as he lifted her to his broad and scrubs, but now, as never of yore, : > > ', On short notice for all classes of brick -
name of Snow-white. No other name shoulders and held her aloft till her face be tears run down her round cheeks and a "r' :y: : : and wood building
would have suited her half so well. was burled in the mans of orange .blossoms I drop into her snowy suds. The roses I : : -, : : ;,
Snow white she was when they found. above.I bloom and wither in here Martin's little terTttytiritg and null Jobi promptly
her and snow white Felice alwayi tried have told you that Snow-white grew garden, and the orange blossoms fade, '; '; .. L-- attended to. r.
to keep her. She was never too busy to and prospered, and so she did, only ere and the fruit falls upon the ground. Up '; '. I,
put a few dainty tucks in baby's little I ret her eighth year was passed, when .tairsm1 his garret Steer Antoine plays Shop Corner Second and Asa : .
white slip,or to wash her face or to curl the winter came on Pere Martin felt the ever of the little snowflakea that glistened s, ": Streets. : >1,
her golden locks. And Pierre never burden grow lighter as lie lifted the in his way of the spirit that is : '.tt ,r'f, ,1'>j ', ,
came up stairs without stopping to wash chUd to his shoulder, and Steer Antoine whiter than snow,"-Patience Oriel in ,v. II. MANX, ." ', .

his hands at the big tub down in the bought the little footsteps were less Philadelphia Times. one of the best outfits in! the State, and the Publishers Post Box 38. Fernandlna( Fla."IZ ,
'court so that be might not soil the baby's brisk a* she mounted the stairs to his '
dress' when he took her In his arms and room Cmrljr Elv trl lo rhtnomeo. being experienced Printers, we are prepared to do any
when he kissed her he always looked to 'Our' little one is not well,"said Martato An Englishman put on a pair of '.: ." .. '
see that ha had let left the impress of Felice one day; "she DO longer likes woolen stockings over his silk ones on a and every kind of Printing, -- -- ,-- ------ .s '
his lips on hers. It was marvelous to the candy; she no longer comes for her cold winter day. At night be pulled th t '

'<" see what a, change the baby's coming bit in the morning." stockings off without separating them film PIANOS -
made in the lives of the two, Pierre and And that night when Snow-white lay and was astonished by the crackling 44
Felice. Somehow Picrre'e step grew asleep in her bud Felice knelt down be- i noise and even the sparks of electricity ,
lighter and his laugh grew cheerier. side her, and saw that the little face had which followed. When he drew the silk ORGANS ,
His fellow workers noticed it down at Indeed grown paler and the little form stockings out of the woolen ones the .PI .s q .ellwe Mr else. hffn-rn.N, .
the big warehouse where he hauled cotton thinner. electrical attraction was so manifest that FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD, :.ee..d.d w lp tw"nw.ln.Aee r.M., Wh o.w/ "lea/111/'ae" '. i..=,
the stockings would :
'tf / incline toward one era ZTl l'Y..y. tmirrtar lo reethe/gwys/r
on the dray, turning and pulling the What the good God should take
bales with his Sharp hook. again the child he has lent us, Pierre another when held more than a foot ., TO SELL-NOT TO USE.r.t'rr'w

".' "Oh, I must not be so ongh," he said she said despairingly, and together they tugs apart. It black happened and that the silk stock- ;t WE: DON'T SELL..... "' THAT
were the
woolen KIND
to them "since there is knelt beside the ones of
little child's
now a one and v 0.r i M'ee.de 5.4 ,
light color but when he Owpth'rl"e
I may disturb with my big stepping" prayed. The next day the child could with,both tried the experiment *,- .' :: ,. 1h..Malt./.w.., at..h.y'Lua. ,. ,,,
And Felice's songs were gayer as she Dot rise; she lay there growing weaker stockings of the same rite,.'" r_ ft':1o,1Id <:. .r =I
.. tripped about at her tidy housework, and weaker and fading away like the This color there was no electrical appearance. I <,: ,As Neat and as, Cheap .as any Office in Florida I te..a NP '

and ber fingers were defter as ahe did her roses in Pere Martin's garden. stocking experiment soon got tothe be ,.
hair dressing., and her coiffures weremore I "Am' I going to be a baby again, fashionable "fad" in England. Ley- LUDDEN&BATES
elaborate and graceful than ever mamanT*she would say sometimes, "I don jars were charged by the stocking t ; .. : CA. <
>rocess, and fun Yf ff. : l
great had >
was by givnir
before, cannot walk and you have always to : .
light shocks to domedlftanim&L t
"It .makes a difference it not so.madameT ift me." .- hereon aCxchange __ n__ ;; ;: : : FoSALE ., '

she said, as she was dressing What a sad household it was when the ,,,. ... .. ." -'A TTUE-
.; :,J', the hair of a fond young mother, who little one's step was beard no more on Th C.rma* Emperor sad 8p *chai.klo I EGMONT : STABLES.. :1
,, sat the while gently swinging the cradle the stair and her voice sounded no | > ,
j. more The following anecdote to related of J.J t' (f ;1:1: I
',"*f* of her first born: "it makes difference in the balls! As the week passed on the German emperor during his j ; : : MULES AND HOUSES S
fithat' there is now a little heart for your elice's, song was hashed, and she went in the lotboat to Stettin. During journey the ,.;y{: : Sia-& & tCsrriae.
'-';1"tl.> to I know but seldom. One Fou.-Sea&Ckrnagt. ;j
big one bold. It is all out Pierre's comrades no- dinner oa the lint leer linker, councilor One line Platen, .
\: o changed with me. now that the good iced the poor fellow's sadness and pitied of commerce rose, and was about ,. Several Uusgirs.l '
r '. J:I!'" Ood has sent ns a little one. It does not him. HibetU would leave her tubs for \o thank the emperor in the name of the Two toad OirU: "
**,,,,". matter so,much now that I must go up lours to sit by the deaf one's bed. Mar- merchants of Stettin for tho interest ----': -- G. F. AVERY. Proprietor.
;> "- and down the stair, that I must bring ta's voice was beard less cheerily on the which he had shown by his journey inthe ACKSUNYILLI.PRICESS.UUPLICATEU, ON FIRST-CLASS WORK __ .
:;T*' the water from the cistern in the court, street, and she found her way often to trade and communications of P.ATJDNTS-
;.: that I 'must be- forever crimping and the old cathedral where she might say The emperor noticed the intention Stottin. t Y : ... 1 I Cavrttt and Trail.-Wiirki ol/Ulnmi, sad all ?
'. curling and sticking in hairpins. for white Pawn biwln. .luotwl ., .. "
a prayer Saww: and forestalled him by sayings "Dear on 1 Mousktii t ..
It did that all the little "This is r UVB "K. .. OrnmiTS V, H. ftruT urrici
seem boose- a strange winter said Simi I
councilor let leave aDd "
as this for today, ae ; wn can KCUT peel la In II.ta.end st lam ,
hold was changed. There were not many, Antoine one night as be sat by the little otherwise I shall have to reply! and 1J'8are t mt than thaw roi""", tries WaablnlJtun, ,.,,
to be for besides Pierre and Felice one's bed fingering his violin send aodet. drawl'i op with
sure, strings, just now so jolly Your health .i... ,*, U *..rjt- not d'rlEi'; {
.' '. then were only Mary and Habette and which were taut and dry with the cold. Of course the speech remained an pokllD. thanra. Oar Ian not dw Ian pctvnl it iMurw.].
;', .,' Bieur: Antoine in the little gray boose. "Will it snow? said the child,looking -London Tit-Bits. A barns boss, "How tu ubula Paste*
names of wind clionU In Ii....
rota .
Marta lived ia the first floor and from .
rip mmlember classy VlIo1ftlo lull' crew Aadr
t' :" her apartment there came always the I Pierre, the last time it Big CUMtlM U ta.w T.k ne..a... d' C A. Yllnty 1 ( 0?
\. ;t<., pleasing odor of burnt sugar,, for it was snowed here. It has been eight yean A collection taken up at the church: { ce. _._ Wuaaeroa .=--
,', la her little back. that she for the little had which Cornelius
own room ago one not come to Vanderbilt attends one Notice or Final IU..harKf'
made the white and golden ropes of us then I remember it looked still and Sunday morning yielded tU. OO. although :- SIX MONTIIS.AFTLB DATB IIERFjOP
{ candy: that she sold upon the street every gray like this before the snow roll said It was not an unusual occasion, ,hall present my final Kxxxinl and
i \" .., day. M&rU's delight knew DO bounds FII11ce. and no pedal request for large amounts vouchers a. AJinlnUt/atrU Hi. t'.Utt of
"y.' J when Snow-whits was able to tit alone "Yea,1 remember aaldl1abette"andI lad been made. At some of churches S&Don't send your: orders for PRINTING, BINDING and Cj the4oaelyJudgeolismanUountyFlorida oniU. IHion, deceased b she honorable

e-5': and bold in the little chubby fist a stick would not cover my tubs, thinking to the Sunday ctllection runs frequently as and ask 10 Ur dUcUrg* '"J of her whitest and ericpeet candy, sucktr catch the rain 1 thought was coming I high upOOO or $4.000,and at Grace and RULING"" to offices outride; the State. Orders for either will tJORA I' 1JJXO
Ing it till it ran down ber wrists and chin aDd"the next morning were they not Trinity there are occasional collections receire: '* 'Adntloi.tr.IrilofFatakefUesgeO.Dlzon. '
and upon her white dross in streams of beautiful aI large as $.OOQO. This one, however, : prompt attention from us. Address dmesMkl' f
". sticky sweetnoMt I >"Ah U it jo l baautif, the snow?" 11 believed to be the largest collection ) fusi>dl<.., Fla.- Btpt 87, 18MOJV .

;i /? "lU.by the raison that the little one asked the child: ,lifting np her little hand ever takes op on an occasion not utraordInary.NeW' MOOBJE & X&A2TT7OTT J\* use pvl.liegdep't lure it-
f/ j'un.: it that I make this cream candy: I' that had grown so white and thin "and York Cor. Philadelphia .,, botched by l_ & ni workmen J/u
-- Marta would say to her customers n- shall I ever seeltT' Lcck Box 95, FERNANDINA FLA. becalm they .otter to Oa It for 1 lees than
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f Tun I 1'IortvA IMinuou.M : :. Xo one dsubts that lr, .,c'. Catarrh ]
\ Iteanrly" really wires Crtatfb, whether
''i'\ ;, T.1: ;I-W"EEXLY.: the (t___ be resent or of kagMsnilinbecaus :/, The BEVERIDGE AUTOMATIC! COOKER I -CREDIT.

UK makers of it tinrh tlalr mmo
:.< faith in it with a e000gauttanbeewhich! .
,t".t,, Yma.trt; lira FOR, SIX U0f+rlts.ITana' Isn't a mere newspaper guarantee, hut :3TOn TUB :HOUSEWIFE: _._-- .
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:";i. .L. -- - ---- *on call" In a moment That momentIs A KIMPLL .AXI I tONVEMKNT: METHOD OF (XXKiNu -
Golden Easter En. when you prove that Its makers can't I- It is a ,,'ell.kllowni..ntl8c fact that foked l Furniture and Honseftirnishing Goods of
,:" Gretchen and Hans were the /little cure you. The-reason for their faith is by steam is moro story Jujoy! and nourishing than b>' any

;- children of a German widow. She till: Iir Suflo'8 Ninody has |Ir'''Vcd I other process 4
Fund cooked in this Cooker retains Ita entire: flavor and Every Kind and Description.
., waa A good 1 Lutheran,and her husband Itself the right core for ulnet>' mm out nutritious qualities -
: had been a preacher of drat of one hundred. O9 of Catarrh in tho : !It confines the odor of cooking to the kilt-hen. It occu-
Head, l4h World's IHi'pen'arMed. pies' little room. You ran ceok from one to( four different Hotels Houses Steamers. Offices _
__ faith ; but he had died) soon after an< artUUisattliVMmfltime, In compartments one above th, otherIt Boarding ,, Ships, .
afford tak
coining to this country. He hadbought f foal Association can to positively tines not mingle the flavors. Yon can cook Lodges, ChUrches, Schools, Halls and Club Rooms, Private :
risk otyen taring the one lll'fnltr..th.The onions or cabbage in the tower vessel,and pudding In the one .
with his scanty! savings a .. ;
.: .i... little place In small town, and the Wily; question! Is-care l you willing directly above,anti I the odor from one does not reach. the Other, Residences furnished from top to bottom. We are' ,
the another to make the net' If the makers, arc will but Is conOnetl to its own particular' vewwl the largest dealers South selling'
. ;' wonderful vegetables that Inf tofskft the risk. ? I If so, the rest ifeaiijr The food Is caked as well and as thorough.in the top :
,. .. and children coaxed out of theoneacre Yon iy your drnwriHt V cents compartment as In the love/one '
, garden, and cent to the great' and the
, ,,'.$ city near by, were their Inl\in.lllb- the PAl you'll get something' ; bUU-r: -a __. __ wood, coal-oil,gas or gasoline. ..... .
sidence.Mrs.! Cure 1 __ The woman who b.1 a family and does her own cooking can hardly imagine -- - -
, Meyer had had a bad cough until she has tried it,the raving of time,labor, rot'I,friction and temper she "'('41ldt'lrlrt
all winter, and could not do her' When a man Is not guilty,why should h. using a BKYEWDOK: AITOMATIC UOOSEK."-tfr CVoty (Jeanie! J ItIIt), New Low Prices Fair Dealing g! Prompt Attention! ,

usual amount of sen'ing and knitting, be run away} },'ar.i., _!/ _. _._ __ __ ____ ..L """"'"
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BO that spring found the family unusually You of dollar's worth for
".' destitute A machine has been invented which ADVANTAGES.It DESCRIPTION.; are sure getting a every

'- In October Mr. FlAck moved into It is claimed, will extract good binding shown dollar spent with us.
Automatic by
f 1 economfzes space,occupying one The Cooker, M !
beside them, and his only twine even from banana skins.ffl hole kind of sto\. the cut, has four vessels three cooking .
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made OL-- A whole meal can be cooked at once oom1t\rtmtntund the lower vessel which ,
) : child, George, soon acquaintance -- ---- ,
vcr one burner in less time than by tho contains the water. '
: through the garden paling CLARE & :LO1'TUB.Fernandina
r : ordinary wa1. The cooking Is done t.'ntlrely.by steam .
'.q/"..:' with the roay-cheeked German <<' the boiling water in the
It l lit for to burn. (
impossible anything
back and vessel I' Jacksonville and Houston Tex.
children, and they were The food does not need continual lower and passes' np into eachoom1trtUlt'nl ,
fourth all winter but M Mm. Flack : J. H.:PRESCOTT. "watching and stirring by means of a small con
invalid the children necting pipe upon the inside. Any number -
;; .xwas quite an It requires less fiwlandua'esonetbirdor I v
:;j..l-. played In the nun\cry: under the the food that la lost by the old way. of compartment can be uitd.!

", care of the nurse, and the had never. Food t cooked In It Is healthier and j Sixes and Prices.
: known much of them. more digestible Far. 'I.Nn .
t;.; The day before Easter, the nurse- All the nutritious qualities of the food I' ;e, a reels. .diameter Cbperep a (n..,) .......... 2.tt
SHOES SHOES retained. :: ;: :: : :: : .: I
girl being gone, the three came to :J .. .. ::::::: EWEeMAKE'eTH NGSeDAN
The meal t can be bIll warm for hours.. II .. 4" 10' r. "...._. 1.11IIII
,,'" play in Mrs. .Flack's room, and .he J\.t\ lessens the odor of cooking. It Cannot C, It" 'N 10" ......_ COIl :.
"l, heard the (following conversationS i :: a, :: '. am : :agala.: 0:
boll over. 6, ; U ::::: : o
-:..,_: ,i lit I am going to have such nice : .
I yg*Jfryhcft foiwttOHj+ i Arcomnany' L.nch O>ilz:',.
-,1.- '." Easter: eggs tomorrow paid George. COTILLIONS.IN COATS -
'!-';,\ "Ah, but when mine fadder was ----- '
.m'' .'., not dead, wo too hud tho nice Easter The Exposition Bargain House WALTZES IN WAISTCOATS ,
f"e JIIJ" exclaimed Gretchen, would Second St. Near .Centre the Electric in Wire POLKAS IN PANTS
e:, :r.. "I wish the old black hen (see Light our }! .
; +, :. lay a golden egg the morrow morning PERFECT FITTING I Gnu Sltin.; th3 Evening) ,

I ... as you read to me." spoke! up ELEGANT GOODS I IKOTWITHSTAKDIM N Wholesale and Retail }f J. HENRY SMITH.
Bans .. .. .. When Lohmaii draws the bow things have to taper to his music,and they da
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;"'';. was not the true story," answered RAVE YOU SEEN 4

,/, Gretchen. -ATUNCHANGED- / FIDDLING FOR FUN1, !!f .
'y' ', But the good Lord could make |
,.?x', her lay one if lIe wanted to," persisted but for fortune., We want money and we want trade,and we must have It So
PRICES 'here to the old tone of -" "
goes t .
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; ,r' "Ahl I lie could, but he does not SPRING
the more." 'M. MONEY MUST\ .
any cin'TN'Shoes '
', T.AnIJ*# ANI> :
In the Book, this morning, our
come and goods must Yon hear music. We have not mentioned
RO. onr prices.
read make the
that he money
in mutter the fish's mouth to pay the taxes.)' and Slippers in all Grades 1 ._.y They dropped down ezhanbted long ago. ,

"That was true when he was on : ? ; :
'' the earth, but now that he is up in GET v
J- the skies, no more he docs that way" CHILDREN'S: SCHOOL SHOES S ,
I Ho was no tnore strung on the IF KOT, :; ;
tab the Coats to jour foil the\Valttcoat. to hearts prance into the
your &i.
: earth than In the sVy and mutter ; f 'In .great varkty.ZY'Ordersbyma111taYecar: : .
p i .. ,!. rants;and takes whirl at ,-V. ,
1 says lIe knows we need some shoes, : IT WILL PAY YOU TO DO SO .. "
else after the Easter we cannot to ." rI11 attention. .
j go THE! HUSTLER'S HOP !r' i. '
J : the school, till comes the' weather l '.- .%; ,
I warm, and we with the bare feet: J. 11. PUKSCOTT, If you :are t thinking about buying your j>
go Where
i iat .
good ,,,.' : everythfnj will JM slaughtered far the next sixty days to make room for
the I shall the "
Lord night to .black pray LcnJay..at _..___.. .' .,**FprnandlnaFla.::' ALBATROSS, DRY GOODS, 1 <-; Spring goods

t golden ehg."and;: Hans' great blue NUN'S VEILING, DRESS ,GOODS,' "

: !. eyes glowed with excitement, at tin GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS, ,/. J. LOHMAN'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM,

thought"A true golden egg I would buv SEERSUCKERS. ''LAWNS, '10 North
a of but dol.tar SATTEENS:; SILKS, Second St. :FERNANaINA: T'I: AS.WHITNER .
; much the shoes 5 it is one -. .
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for each jriir that wants Mr HAMBURG EDGING AND LACES. -
i Green's store tot shoes/," said Grct( hen .
'.y.' Onr ,elock U large: and varied, and wo fuel assured \vocnn show the finest
... Gt.'OrlCo had Inert lietemni: uttm niwortment of choice goods ever brought to this city. We believe & SCHDYLER! .

''I ',. lively us writ p. Isle mother, tour jui 1 in quick tales and email profit, and no make it a ruling .
: then Mr. Flack, who had been sway\ 1'IIMc :MFPIiltl; principle to 'sell every article at a email profit .. .' "
for a week, dime In; tho children r but of thoroughly reliablo quality. 0 w

,;. politely made their funny little A fine line of NEW SPRING CLOTHING' } FOR MEN YOUTHS '

courtesies" and saying! ; "Goot mor- q ND1Nh AND BOYS, of latest cut and lnia We are agents for Browning, King DEALERS IN -
4 gen, went home. & Co. Suits made to order: and Tit guaranteed. Mattings. a specialty
C. That afternoon George and his

3 ,: mother had a long talk He had SPRING SUMMER NOVELTIES i ,
two gold dollars, and he decided to "
rr glvo them to his little triends. His
;: f-; mother made a small hole, in each In, Gent'. Furnishing: Qootls, Hosiery and Gloves. A large stock" of F milyand I1CY'Gr 1f
w end of some eggs; BheJblew time con* Ladies' Gents' and Mt..8esf OO'fS AND "SHOES at 'bottom F
,*: ..+ tents \ paper over om '" prices. We are agents for E. P. Heed &Go's Ladies'! find .

'. Wi end and Jilted) the shell with melted t1. BENJAMIN & CO., ., "" ,Shoes and the celebrated W. L> Douglas Shoes.. ?' ,

mapl .suger, dropping a gold dollarin -1. : .. 'iOnlera'by mail receive prompt attention and:all orders amounting "

J !:.: each of the two eggs., to ten.dollars.: and over sent frelgh\prt'p/lid.\, / .- '
S When the sugar hardened ho gilded ; ,AND .-.- .
E the shells\and early asteT rnorninfGeorge X. ,' .& TV : KYDD
into the and ,
slipped coop 4111f '" .
".}laid them in the old.\ black hen rf ncet .... Northeast corner,Centra and Whirl SU. '.
'. She was already on the nest to hv i .
'.and her cackling broughtthe children f B@-NKW You brnoc-83 WalkerStl, \ FERNANDINA,FLA. TABLE DELICACIES I

nut From behind a barrel} George ---.-- -- --------- ;

't", .heard Hans cry, "Ah, but,the goot HENRY W KING & CO !N. B. BORDEN & CO., ; /' 'J'c ; '. }:" :: .
c Lord hat made the black hen, lay 1 --2'i-Vaz: An : : :: : ; .>2
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two, golden., eggs[ and now we can d FERNANDI\A'FLA.: ; ;:
t have! our shoes I Did I not tell\ you i DRUGS AND MEDICINES Buceewon( ttf Ansel A Friend /* J
; r he could if I prayed to him.?" No. 47 Centre Street S '
And the apple-cheeked children iI' i- Bakers i Confectioners I Lumber Merchants! Ship Brokers :,..if., .. .. . -.
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pattered round in their stout $hoc I' '. .... ., ,
all the spring and comfort :EASTER DYES AGENT you! '
many .
went into the gnnd widow's house :; The lational nalk'.r the( State of norida, .

because of Haps! faith in the good< 10c. 4 Colors-only lOo. Grocories and Provisions IACJCSO 'VII.I.E. ELA '. PERNANDINA "
Lord up in the sky."-Sunday School -- FLOltIfA.TR ; ,
A FULL1JSR OF ;N."W. Cor. Centre wul 3d Stuff'. BANKEKS RATES. '
Onr exports of dalrrl'rOOuctaforJanu. : '
NEW Tea ornCB s> WALl, STKZET.WJM. .
5r7,1891, amounted to over $10,000,000less PAXCr AID TOILET ARTICLES I FERNANDINA, FLORIDA"IS; ,- ----- --- J. STREET
than for the some month in 1800 ;B. c. DURYEE S

This shows two factsi First, there an .. .
fewer cows in the dairy districts than Best Bread in the City; .cALEn, IN

t there were last year,because so many; LUMBER MERCHANT > :

men became discouraged and wenf on MILLINERYw. : ,-'O---J.t\'EnED-- .-............AT- -:YOUR- .- .DOOHS- .-f COOKING ..:; HEATIItStoves
of the business, Second, dairy product -

bring a better price at home this winter, We T. PROCTORWHOLEIALI Yellaw Pine Red Cedar

consequently a less quantity is snippet ,

abroad.A / question i "WJif-n vgreseman )' S URING I G ,AND D SOtllirgy a Q GOD iS, DEALER IN ; ---AJO)- Stove, .

(.t Jeremiah Simpson "takes his BEEF PORKMUTTON 'r OT '\VOODS.lERNANDmA. .

place in the national house as a representative NATSeAN03Fl0YJERS Tinware Fixtures,

?" -t, from' Kansas will lie put oo > TLORIDA.U. -
stockings: as a. concession to the _
aristocratic P. O. BOX 153, : :
t. -i 1"' .>.,.. society of Washington .. CT. :SAIZSZlfAHOREY PTJLIPS, L' :ETC. ETC.

West Side Second Street
::1 William E. Smyths congratulated the ., near Centre,, ,
: 0.; Nebraska irrigating convention on the _. Ash! near Sixth SUoeU MARKED\ : FER;ANDL A. FW.riLL '
fact that western Nebraska had ceaeed1t HOS.- EASTWO ORE7COHTRAOTORi :: (PKOCtOR'4 OLD STAND) \,\ rraMjpe! In U,drwiU',SUUtnd Cot PERNANDINA, LO lIPA.r .
rain end to' : >V feu*,
t4hj Court
Ow gone digging
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U ( ND: :BUILDER Best Beef, Mutton, Pork, Poultry i.V. :m. :et.A.JE: :: end 4 "
here Is anything in blood the cuU- ( aI PLUMBING DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIALTY Ordert
A "iAUstAA31,1fT I AM I
;SJdyes", f the granddaughter of Victor rde Dearery t.W lp,ctfq, for TINSMITniNO, GUTTERING and ROOFING will receive the
: bnsband. .is IPEUS-.UqHNA, rL.:1'nr.n.ooU"l \ r.f ..
the .
'. \ ..'t | wiU be something..re-' I tt\ !rpnc n/iRioA MIRROR w01da y.itr prJnU/l, promptest> attention Stores :purchased at 107 store will be put .
: ) the bwu Po\t le tkrrdu '." "
jt. U.3": "'" Me 'atr'sad '; C U<1 rworw M xi, U'WOlllt "u.UUJD' fESTBE 55r. up>> free of charge. declT Iiw

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