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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: April 25, 1891
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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TRI-WEEKLY-VOL II, NO, 87. WEEKLY-VOL XIII, NO. 64FERNANDINA!; FLA., SATURDAY/.4PRIL.. 25, 1891. -I SUBSCRIPTION, $2.50 PER YEAR ; SINGLE- COPY.- 5 CENTS/; .

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EmbroiJcd Swiss and mull flounc Nassau Circuit Court. rreetntmnivjkfler which. they wore Personal and Social Notes. Representative, Carfeton-Mr. n'rovrn'B "

SOMETHING ings, now goods, latest designs, at TIII RSDAY. dischargedISAAC / *',; : Col. Joseph W. Duryeo: is" againin Letter. '

f J. & T. KYI>l'IJ. In the case of the State vs. W. A. DAiley waY dfecharged.from! tho city, visiting Major and :Mrs.\ lie the JMHortjtf tie .1/wrw:

VERY The Amelia River Packing Company Middleton and Thomas Lancaster, cust&dy, nit true, bll| having been Dt1fY In a. private letter to one of our

is preparing a quantity: of its scire facias, a motion to arrest judg found against him. :Mrs.\ Virginia Johnston is visiting citizens'! the Hon. tl P. GftrMon! says

NICE,. choice bivalves for shipment to Liverpool ment was overruled by his honor. The case of. The State VH. Henry tho family) of Col F. 11. Tsipy/ of4Sa' that when ho rctutns"lo Nassau ho

Eng. \ Tho grand jury presented nine in Benaelt:perjury; WM continued. vannah.Mr.: hoped to bo able to, satisfy nny'fair-

J JOKES'N SUP tiATIV PLQL On or before :May\ 1st Dr. Perine dictments. Iii the cas if! of The Stato vs. David :\ and Mrs. ico. E. Chaso have minded) man that ho i perfectly justifiable \

will move his dental office and fixtures Tho following cases were disposedof j Maokey and Joseph Wen, charged gone to Texas: where they will residein in taking tho steps! ho has

A trifle higher than other brands,,, into the rooms occupied by the : with obtaining property under false future during hn time in TnIl1l1In c.

but superior in qual)'. Sold by late Dr. Starbuck, next door to The State vs. John Campbell ; breeD pretenses, the)nlsoners* entered plea 'Messw. From nil appearances thc.good: (pro-
Oilman and
: Levi
'. 'Verdict Dudley
) guilty. of guilty. asking tho of the pie of tliH will
FRED W. IIOYT & CO. Fourth street, on Centre. mercy enmity not domain!
Jones with
their families will be
The State vs. Louis Robinson ; obstructing court This was exercised! by his any explanation: from Mr.I Carleton e

The following telegram from E. S. an. officer. .Nol. ,pros. entered ""honor, Who" sentenced each of the .passengers for Now York by the next They noimnatcd anti elected} him
I Lacy, comptroller of the Mallory steamer.
currency ,by the State. prisoners to only days' hard with tho
sixty ; anticipation: that he would
NORTHERN BRICK.FRED Washington, was received by President The State vs. Henry Bennett ; two )labor in. Iho county jail. : Mr. Theo. Wnas fix/ed up milkshakes I work for the good of the county.
Hoyt of 'the First National
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W. HOVT & Co. indictments. Nol. pros. All the cases not otherwise dis- yesterday with unusually :Some of our best citizens have visited

Bank of Fcrnandina, at 2:3.: ) p. m. : The State vs Alexander Robinson!! ; posetj of .'were ordered continued chccrfuj' alacrity. }re suppose this him with tho expectation of Influencing '

.. Tho certificate authorizing your resisting nn officer. Plead guilty. until the fall term. was due to tho advent of a bouncingboy him to vote against Call, r

bank issued: to commence" business was The Stato ,.s. Jesse! Ward ;Assault! : At- 11'ft. m. court was adjourned baby into his home circle. hut alas I to no avail Ho scorns to
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CUT YOUR
GRASS.
today.
,. with intent to murder. Verdict, st1o.lHe'! ky the sheriff Miss Lizzie Meek, who has many take nil the responsibility on.hill

Buy the MONARCH LAWN* MOWER.rsrCheap Tho City of St. Augustine, which guilty. friends in this citwill bo married own\ ehoullcrs'i out consulting

Durable, Perfect. arrived last night, brought a q-un- The State ,.s. Berry Riley ; larceny. PRESENTMENT OK THE GRAND JURY.. to Mr. Goode Fleming, at :St. Johns the wishes of the people of old Nassau.
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of merchandise for Fred Young, Prtitdtag Judgr .
tity general
Bold only Verdict, guilty Episcopal! church, Jacksonville, nextWednesday !! Mr. Carleton has politically
by Wo:the grand jurors duly empaneledand
\V. Hoyt fc (Jo. She also had onboard
The State James Mack I
vs. hns
''rorn diligently to Inquire into and i say
.FREDV.T \HOYT it CO. 'I : .steam-launch Clarissa, recently renco Jenkins ,and Taylor Powell ; for llrt'body1 of the county of Xa-wau, )] will be (the maid of honor. fought good f fight. Ltt us beware o. ... r

purchased for Mrs. T. M. Car gambling. A severance of this case ,' d the duties to which The niece of Mr. Benjamin: Cook, the next limo wo have a representative
attention
; negie, and a notice of which appearedin was granted ns to James :Mack\ who finest line of THE MIRROR several days since. plead guilty but sentence tS tender to your honor this: our general,
Tho was suspended this morning en route to \ / Plo., .l pt it 2.J, 1301.
The steamship Rio Grande, which and Mack allowed to co on presc'1mcn"TbQoC'rimlnal' her uncleV homo. Tho
CRACKERS AND FANCY CAKES \verdict cases submitted for our young ladyis To the Klitort of the Mirror :
sailed for New York-early yesterday his good behavior. A of from
consideration\ have been carefully Investlgfttat England ; her f.itlicr, who In ,
morning,carried tho following cargo : I guilty was rendered'rtgainst Jenkins .*nd, disposed of with as much came to Florida on account of bad reply to a communication. fromKing's
Ever brought to Fernandina ia in 201,100 feet lumber cedar and Powell. Ferry, in today's Times-
1,620 logs I dispatf as'posviblo. But our labftrs were health, died nt Chester a few
years
our store. 1'riccs low. 242 cases cedar, 898 cases oysters, Tho court ordered James Bennett ranch delayed! in this respect on account since.! t'nion, signed by R. J. Brown, wo 1

FRED W. HOYT & c0.r 185 cases wine, 133 barrels oil, 133 into the custody of the sheriff, to of the fart that very few \vttnentW'l .- ---- want to puta few facts beforethepeople r rt

barrels: naval: stores, 2 horses, 1 await the action of the grand jury 'nsmeiappeat to have !been submitted to A Leaking Vessel Sails. [ and show than: that :Ms.\
nd jury for Investigation ; and in Tho schooner Robert J. Barr Brown does not know what ho i "
launch and boat, 450 packages merchandise upon a charge of perjury. steno( facilitate tho worlbf the grand I ig
-. Sarah Harris and Mary Williamswere Captain Edward, with a cargo of writing about. Anyone with two
jury,. wowould recommend that tho
Delivered daily to any I lumber from Borden & Co. fur Philadelphia ideas' knows! that Mr. Carleton 1M J
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The Work of repairing, repainting discharged custody, there comailUlng/ officers required to include I
I I CE 'part of the city Orders sailed this Hi ilt used! ni a catupaw: : by the Cull (
left at tho store promptly and refurnishing the Strathmore will being no true bills found.FK1DAV.\ the nftfnes of such wlttiesnos necessary to morning. .me. 1

=-. attended to. commence Monday morning, and erelong investigatecases gnbinitte'd to thorn, said,by several pilots that this vessel Lion/ for every timo they fiddle ]ho)
with 'ther papers] 'In such cases. was leaking nt tho rate of eighty- dunces. This much is down on
Terms feish. lYiirrKH &; SCUUYLEB. the beach will assume a. lively The following cases were disposed -
.- of Our Jnquirle* )have led to an examination five strokes per hour after receiving record for anyone to sec.
appearance. Everybody is gratified : '
REFLECTIONS. of matters pertaining to tho gen Now
tI! at Major Stewart will have charge Henry F. Campbell vs. Chas. II. rat 1 Intere/t of tho. oounty; and asreat"we her cargo. In consequence of this, when.fortJ' tho members f
Loot Happenings and Clippings from Our Ijiaecrre who the of tho conventioi that Mr. Car- : ,
of the Strathmore, feeling confident Whitncr ; damage. Dismissed on a ; would respectfully mig- Captain piloted ) put

THE MIRROR Exchanges month 25 cents. that he can mako the coming seasona motion of plaintiff.: ;et 9tie( county 4 rnmissioners the schooner over tho' bar, demanded eton in nomination sign a petition .. ', ,

one grand far hotel The State vs. J. II. P. Mcrrowj In) ueof requiring more frequent and received the following ccitifi- asking him to change his vote and ::,
success so as accommodations ;
Straw hats, all kinds, at 'Isitl Scavenger "ja1} hot t tp vote ( Mr. iIIfF'
concerned.At stevedoring without license. Con- \ ffi tbtj to.iho yard. cate : __ ., or Call'and then
J. HENRY S UTIl'S. are cU bell In a nnmnlWouldvtlcommcnd t .. M ,. -
tl)0 eJJnoij' :; very Robert .. > r.rH..n i r i *
tin ed. Schooner J. Hnrr t.Q",1 m. n
The Senatorial situation remainsunchanged. the meeting of the yacht club tares y di4it'rncon seennen h ,- that he has gone:\ bark" on; what ho ',
Tim State the I ponsibiy oe "
Tolipiinn vessel
ya. Marr/ir As may
J last night the committee
1'- II JpckffI that It 1 J.o thoroughly promised! them before his election! t'
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I -- tf V Sullivan other \
I Thomas into some
BJjHJi ;
The State vs. compelled to put '
: .: same iu good *condition as arly'a8 rcpaifsd an early! date. Wo also note Now, Mr. Brown harp!! 01' tho delegation ..
.. murder.
lifff assault with intent to in distress ibid was timely
.... & T. 'k that the kitchen i.I too email for the purpose port ""
J.. _YD'S. possible, in accordance with recommendation assault sent from precinct' 1 and 2; ,
r- Pleaded guilty of aggravated : intended.We precaution on tho (part of Captain
m Beadlcston & Woerz 'Porter.1.75 of the committee. Committee and sentenced to hard labor in the take pleasure In noticing the I. isscrrc. and fays!( nothing about the delegation ..

per dozen, at G. A.Latham's. \ on printing reported that the county jail for sixty days. cleanly condition of the inside of the Board--Sustains---Mr. Webber.At sent bum! prrtjinctt! 5, 8 and 'J

Drafts from $50 to $100 25 cents printed rules and regulations had The State vs. James Harper ; carrying jail and the evident efforts mode by tho School the boardof for the.namo! }I\rpolc.! Mr. Brown

each at Bank of Fernandina. been turned over to it, ,and were concealed weepons. Verdict, sheriff and jailor for the comfort of prUoner n called tnettingef held in this lias not"kf'lL{ up with thin business, r

scarfs now in the hands of the secretary. fine of confined.We public instruction, or ho does not know whereof ho
Novelties in gents' neckwear, guilty. Sentenced to pay a order' and neatness the following resolution :
Dr. J. C. Perino was elected a member alto noto tIle good city yesterday, speaks ; and when he plates! that ten
four-in-hands received by $25 and costs $26)( .
and just
and records
of the booklI'lf'C."rs public
was adopted : would
of the club. Mr. J. F. Lohman } precincts of thin county giveMr.
J. & T. KYDD. The Stato vs. James Sherman ; in the clerk's oilU, and the clean
notice of his intention to challenge lloaohed, That after a full statement Call n majority: ) ho is badly mistaken. -
in
the last fewdn's gave selling intoxicating liquors without and concise condition of thjj accounts
rain of :
The copious silver : of tho farts attending the puaishumcntadmhdntcretl I know that in precinct t 0
for the Carnegie cup school
of the treasurer and
Sentencedto /
the ofilcc
have been a blessing to mankind license. Verdict,guilty. by tho principal, of school
as well ns vegetation. now held by the Missoe. pay a fine of :Sfiuu\ () and, costs. superintendentWe No. 1 to Louis PaviH, a pupil, proNentodin Jail, ngain Bloxham, would not get
enthused over Rodwell believe our people are yearly 'incoming both the supervisor of the liv'O VOtCH.
Our sportsmen are The State vs. William ; writing by
Hay, corn oats, bran, rice, flour, interested in the common it Wo admire Mr. Brown in tryingto
the bright prospects of the Fernan-: officer in the dischargeof more school and tho school superintendent,
in any quantity, at the meeting last resisting an school system, and that its present state is considered by the board that there is pull, his friend Carleton out of the "
& Co's. dina Gun Club. At his duties. Verdict, guilty. in such an ,to bo a source of congratulation ,
W. HOYT
FRED nothing in the character of tho punishment !but the ho has started,
evening Messrs. A. T. Williams and The Slate vs. Albert Glaiber ; exercising to our citizens and a credit to those merits flour, way
censure
Why send off for tallow when you a committee of law entrusted with tho management of it. a.nlinI8tl'rl'tl'J.lch} his chorea w i111ro\0 fruitless.! ,
appointed
I. A. Mode were without authority aud the action of Mr. \VuUx'r in ..
get the pure article for 5 cents had think that its efficiency, more B. Q. )UYAU
can who We
upon
those lumber
to call upon the functions of timber and tho matter I is therefore siiHtahicd by thin
per pound at J. Klarers signified their willingness to become inspector. Verdict, guilty. Motionfor than anything else, depends> our greatest board. Rnce'ouf, Gmr., Al'ril2J, IS/, 1 ',I
commission of ---
French all-wool challies, in pat members and collect the initiation a new trial was overruled and defendant safeguard crime. against the Amelia- -City--Items.- Lake Ico. .'

terns, at New York prices, at fees. Up to 12 o'clock today fifteen sentenced to pay: a fine of Wo take occasion here to extend our Tho dry fpell has rndod and Ihina Brothers arc now prepared to '
J. & T. KYDD'B had planked down their and furnish pure lako Ice In any quantity to
members $20 and costs ($15.93)) thanks to the Court for its charges everything seems to rejoice. Fann

S The Amelia River Packing Com $5 each, and it was thought the number J. Baxter Upham. Tho Beach instructions in our duties, and alno to the ers are looking happy and odcrops ) suit consumers ; deliver.! to any part of ..

pany will stop canning oysters for would reach not less than twentyby Hotel and Road Company ; judgment Solicitor for lite efficient aid, which has is the prospc't.Amelia' the city and three 4 n times>. Our dally 1'e.llOu11I.10-at 7 a. in, 10 .
ofcases a. in. p.
examination
the season tho latter part of next the time of the next meeting. on ache facias. Former judgment so much facilitated tho of our duties. fa quiet but safe The open frt'iu'ta.' In. to7 p. m. *
and the performance .
week The treasurer was authorized to purchase of circuit court revived, and s a birds sing and! the flowers bloom,

The British bark Lydia arrived in five Keystone traps and 2,000 execution to be issued accordingly. 11. L, MATT AIR, Foreman. and all are well and happy. THE BEST! OPPORTUNITY ,

port this morning to load with lumber clay pigeons, the order for which will The grand jury presented five in HCNBY SMITH, Secretary.To Mrs. Hiscock and family have You Ever BAd to Oet a Horn and Oranf*

from Borden & Co. for Santos, be forwarded iramediataly. When a dictments. Residents o; Old Town. been stopping at Curtis Hildrcdth'g Orovs. ..

I1 Brazil. thorough organization of this club is Judge Young passed the following Tho finance committee of the for the past week. the; left on Friday Ten acres of bearing, \ orange trove,; ,

A called meeting of city council perfected, the crack clubs of the additional sentences : council to' whom the matter of extending to join her husband in Atlanta\, all budded with holnet varletiesalso j "

will be held Monday evening for the State may look well to theit laurels, Joseph Smith ; convicted. of larceny water-mains to Old! Town Ga, where they will make their fu. peaches, pears, pecan nuts, grsjcs| i'o figs, .

,,i- purpose of. extending. the time for or they will be lost. The FernandinaGun of $36. Hard labor in the mate I was referred, give notice that. they lure nomo. Japan' per\ +linmom, Icinona and. limes,

the tax collector's final report. Club means business penitentiary for twelve months. will hare a meeting at rooms of city I Major Bryant reports hid safe arrival with dwelllnghoufte and, hnrl1,aU under

At the request of some of our That Mr.' Harrison is jealous of John Campbell ; larceny of $50.:; council on Monday evening, at 8 home, and says the trees there new bath wire fence ; convenient to "' .

t country (friends,we publish two communications Mr. Blaine has long been apparent: Hard labor in the Stat penitentiaryfor o'clock. They request that some I, !have no foliage as.. yet. Quito a three linos of transportation ; location ..

in reference to Representative but a story accidentally stumbled twelve months. Old Town citizens meet and confer change.:; healthy and, in the c ntr of the "

Carleton and Mr. Brown's upon makes It out even a worse: case Emanuel Papinobreaking; and with them, that the matter may have Rumors of an oyster factory are orange t UIJ of the Kato. .r
Russell Harrison entering a building at night. Hard I 100aand the place of location in
be.
to investigation.
w4 letter, than thought a thorough ruiClT\vo TiiougAsu DOLLAKS,. ..:
23 took occasion before leaving labor in State penitentiary for twelve E. D. IVKEXBiuCliin'n.Boildinf the subject of conversation. Ameliawon't ':
To Let-The house on lot months. Her citi- ono-half: cash, 1 bnlsneeon terms to wilt ..
be Washington to intimate to several allow one too near.
not
block 14, Fourth street. Will for in people whom he thought to bo unfriendly Alexander Robinson! ; restating an and Loan Association tens have had enough of the fra purthosi-r' at 8 |IICf ovnt. Interest l her> ,
unless
,rented to anyone paid the towards Mr. Blaine, that officer. Hard labor in tjie county The regular monthly meeting of grance of the one in Fernandina as annum. .I'

advance. To a good tenant Apply he thought it was a shame that his I jail for six months. the Fcrnandina Building and Loan the/ pusa.to and from the city. Business Fur further Infurmallbn, o house will be rented cheaply. Ward assault with intent to Association will beheld on Monday, health. A MiSt Tr.
r father, who had been forced to Jesse ; is business and health .__ :
at this office. .' Hard labor in State penitentiary 27th at 7:30 m. at the .
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almost resort: to compulsion to prevent murder. April ; p. Health first ; business bccond. We Last Notice to Taxpayers

Threo of our county frierftls Mr. Blaine taking steps towards for twelve months; rooms of the' chamber of'commerce. want business, but it must not interfere The !State and county tax books will IMJ

started for Old Town last,evening to : conciliating the Italian government Laurence Jenkins ; .:convicted ofgambling. .- Co V. JhLLUR, Boo. with or.endanger the healthfulness closed on the lost day orJ.rn (Thursday .

attend a dance. While on the plank I should be deprived of the Hard labor in county To\Owners.- of Docs. of. our city" Amelia has the tho 30th). All property. on ,which. .

walk one of the party made a misstep credit t for the firm stand taken! by jail for lour months.Taylor Owner. of dogs are hereby noticedthat palm, and intends to keep it.J. the taxes for tIle ill be year advertised hits* ) are fur not sale.paid '
time ,
hU back ; w
1'1tbat
I and landed flatly on this government in that matter, Powell ; pleaded guilty ofgambling. on and aCtor the 10th of May the ordinance .. B. J. II. JOXKH" '
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in$ the marsh below. lie was no tint when it was to him, and to him : Hard labor in county. in relation to dogs w ill be rigidly FOR SALE---OR EXCHANGE.- Tax Collector Xoswtu County. 'J .t
condition to dance, but furnishedthe jail for three months. enforced. CMlars can be secured at the ._ -
also ,
a music for those who did. alone, that it was due. Russell William Rodwell ; resisting an olfioo of t .e city tax: collector. By order Valuable Property la the H.srt of the Ct\,.. Final Notice to City Tax-Payers.. .. f'I
said that Father may find it necessary officer. Hard Jaborin the State pen of the Jisyor. The three Itouses and loU on Fourth The city tax books will be clo ed'on ; :

t The Ocala: New Capital is "kick- to break with Mr. Blaine, in itentiary for two yearn. 0. B. IJU.I BOTHAM, street (lots 23> 24 and :in. Mock 14)). are the 30th dt y of April All property on ;.

i log vigorously because its principal older to place himself in the proper The J petit jurors of were the term.IATTBDAY discharged. Chief if l' ioe. still. on the for market.desirable" Or reldmo0 they. will lots I 'I*out-.xclfranftad whkh: tho taxes fvr 18 0 are not paid\ 'by ,14., I

hotel has closed for the season. light before the pople." Poor. things I for the remainder Order Clothing of Vf. J. Lehman, kid. the fire limtt This U an ezuallenttisane that date w ill Us admthed. for sale
MOBMW. to wt a good I. A. Mona, '
f Colonel Tom can secure tlegant agent foif Jiojb Heel's Son's I1iilvl for lou bodl I

TOOBIS at the Egmont, in this city Warranty and Mortgage Deeds, It tat Court met promptly, when the l>hU mod tqfcrdvr clothing. Fit and bar aln. niormatknapdytoMoose '. sty Tax 41ucUr :
further ;
grand jury entered handed in four quality guaranteed UjW samj.l'js at the re>r F>rn n office .
this
,
1 r; and ought not to be worried on account cap four pages, fur salo at } indictments and made their final i stow to select front .,. A M.ntiy, at Ti Mieawr Nlireg '..
dozen
of the change. 75 rent per I

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gtortt.4rmrt _irr t:.J I I hygiene fhp e'lx'ntenaJate4 I I ) )VJOLD -".."its", AntI, 1873.M The Clyde SteamsMp .- .

i I I"e' are going to live. ti b. ft has tltlflare ;

old, )'600. I and all the reel of IK j II BAKER & Co.'stBr6akfasi: '. .
GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. !l '
MOORE fc MANUCY PuBUBMERS.FERNANDKU The doctors are beginning to permit! ft'perhapB I :"' .

the IU .. .
realizing, sly ragas, "
FLA. AnntL 25 1891, themselves will YAtt '
they thereby gain see .
-."-=--=--=-:' ('ral extra whacks at u. They are oven oJ ')o.. .... "

Which ts better, to allow a guilt man piling. us how wo may round out out .t >1' .:' .

to fscaj by". legal process or to kill an! :It'Utar1118tlllfl&C&orfll. A writer In TiM: t\ Cocoa .. ...

Innocent man by mob law. lolioal A'(n snnn np the case of leorge
t o.ncro't.' who lived to be ninety-two ii from wMrn the exorM: ol

.. Art chocolate creams going t J be l lie say that Bancroft's long life and ro oil hAl been removed, I U

rhwiper now? This i tl one of :jrlila' inalienable I. lI1arlrl.UI! retention of hU powers, men. t1J I Absolutely Pure

rights under the new tariff Uw 1 l11: 1 and physical, were duo to his outdoulxcroim I and it is Soluble.No New York, Charleston and Florida Lines

) and his moderation, whatoref l _
The discnssion LM been renewal M to the met nosy monn. 1 Chemicals Tho Magnificent Steamships of this Line are Appointed' to

wh.itlanfrniige was upolcen by the founder In parceling: out the c'.u'l'rtI11 ccntnr; Sail as Follows : (,MARDARD TIME.)
of Christianity. It is the ntrangnst fact of year which we may enjoy the docks POWDER are used in Its 1 reparation. It has From Aew York, From Jark.onilie,
more /ton three times the strength of "..'! (Her 2'J. K. U) STEAMER .orlda.
In regard! to one who mjvlo. religion for In The Medical Ago lays moplo should M lonJayMch 30th, at 3 r.M..... .Oil.KKOK K K.: .....Sunday, Apr Ath, at 1.30 P.m1V.lnceAay
the world that BO little certainly known be young till they are fifty and in thd t Absolutely Puroe. Cocoa mixed with Starch,Arrowrootor .Apr 1staid r.M]1 .....YKMArtSKK: :! .......Tuesday Apr. 71 ti,:Bt 230r.it.
In regard to bin personal! history as to prime till seventy or s Ycntr- ve. witifu's h A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of Bnjar, and Is therefore far moro Friday, Apr SKI., lit 8 P.m] .......>bMIM: >I.E.: ....Thursday, Apr' "'hat. 4.30A.M.
all In leavening MMigth.-V. 9. Onnrnmtxt r-! Monday Apr. Oth, at 3 r.M. .....InU.ll.011i..8unday, Apr.lZiu, at 7 00 AM.
) less than cent
make it doubtful even in what langnftgo! work completed at ninety. Then e poHJlmgtut IT, 1W9.+ econoL\ca costing one Wednesday, Apr.' 8th, at 3 P.m]1 .....l-OO.N:; QU 1N.._Tuenduy. .Apt. 14th, at 800A.M.
he spoke Lonrnfd' ) eccUwiologixts" nre years from that on till they are a a cup It is delicious, nourishing Friday Apr.' loth st 8 r.]M 1 ,..... t'JIEROKEFi..1hur.diey. Apr.Kith, at 10.00A.M.
many of them of opinion thit it was the inndroil Wednesday Apr. lath, at 3 P.M.....8KMINOLK.: ..;....Inesdsr, Apr 21st, at 2.30 '.11.
Aramaic dialect user by the Jews c If gal lime, having duly eamed it and admirably adapted for Invalids Friday, Apr. 17th, at 3 r.MM.. ..1UX. I'OIS".....Thuraday. Apr 23d, at 400 A.II.
Palestine, but this is by po means Imrl'11; Following are tho golden hales of life as weU as for persons in health. Monday, Apr. 2l th, at 3 r.M.....AlXONQUIN. f>undayWlnc Apr.2othat 5UOA.M.Apr.ZSth .'
established. the; doctor gives to 11I'0111eVh/) desire for Site for CourtHouse.TOTirE "; ; \ Hold by Crocera erywhere.W. Friday, Apr. 24th,, at 3 r.M.,......CIIEKUKES..Thursday: ; Apr.80th at 000AM.
and expect to live a century: Monday, Apr. :nth, al 3 '.11( .......IoI. :.IIr\ULE .....Hunday, May 34. at 1200: N'n
In consist of the insnrrcction In Chill: Pint-Live M mat fh is t..ILI.i. ] out lit duos. \\ of Cmmty IS llfcREnY()xnmlwkmersbrNnswluUuun GIVEN that' the Board, BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mast Wetlnuday, Apr. 20th! at 8 .IUOyU01S.Tuesdaj{ May fiih, at :2.00 '.X.' .
200 prisoners of war were tied togethe ivvcr tettlnit K dr pnna, wlthont Kpemllnv will 1 nevlre Itn'Ir office In Fernandlna.nntil W -
and then allot to death with cannon and <.xt throe nr four boors In the epee al,. o'clock noun nf May lAh: im\l. scalar oflt-m, for I Ithe --
ale to MM cuiintf of a rite air a Court H t\oW'hd-Ko'-'I'\ all the of mini and
powers
.. Biukets. There has been only one parallel body nccnplod la roniMnlal work. The muxlwshould and RMMldmuug meet give, llnifnutoni Hald: <>(TTf must of sit.be oHVred In writing oldexert 00c < I ST. JOHWSJIVER LINE. '
case to Ibis in the history tbAngloSaxon bo rtovclnpetl end the nittiu kept kctlreThirtl loratkm, Uxrtlhcr with price anked. The
-A volJci_of all klncU.wbotbr and oni-rrd must 1* ultiiatcd iu the City of Fet :- ES rtl:
in modern times aryl
race it tart, drink or of batevrr nature they may nandlua, and mum ba not ran than IA: fedfinara. .. Pft. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on Bt. John's River #
that was when the m-poys of India were b e. lie mixlerut In all things Odors nhnuM !h. addressed to Board of
thid trnandlna tit*." ,Ha., and in ,0 rn P48f The Elegant Iron bide*htcl Steamer,
times Never \gwgy to Never" lot "
fired off blowing them Into fragments.hriUeh anger KKFD W. non, .:> CITY os1 JAOKSONVJLL.EJ," .
the trial of one day pies over' to the next. Chalrmanltnud Coinintxnkmvn.. S d7J S
County
generals did this in return for the Ibe pprlixl from fifty to n veniy-D e years. Atttrt: ( 1O'EoLrr.Cletk."NOTICET. <=> J 0 Captain W. A. SHAW, .
unspeakable atrocities committed by the nboald' not be linuni'1 lulrllcnnHe or Kbnudan ex=j /: .. t; EtE FRED'X: DEBARY
mont nf all work litre I U where" great! many PI .
[('lxl Indians. It was done both from men tAli -I h.., nwlirn all euro, or lnlcrent I ItrarUly In tJ CJ rnz Capt. T. W. LUND. Jr., .

'. '4 a spirit of vengeance and from a desire ; { itffuins and runt of hodrjind mind be- NOTICE 19 Iir.RLBY GIVEN that the County .. Ei Are appointed to tall.from Jacksonville daBjr except Saturday at 1.30 p. m, and from Pan5.rd. ,,
I k
giros. Tliry I throw ni> .thrU biiklneee' awl retire fur Na wu Umnty will rewire dally except Sunday, at K a. m.
to terrify the wretched creatures so they; to private life which In 1 sea many raiwe prove sealed bid., al th.(;Ierk'.offli until ntmn .u r ry' 1jd -
.would never dare to mutiny ajain.: Dnsnch tn< ho a .+ultlilitl' polcya of count/May: nttheamonntotl2Baft.U, ISiil, lor pnrnhawof' ealdbundewillbear bonda of HU I 1) Zi .t:..:) SOUTUJDOUXD.rtow11 RniFDiTTP. KORTH head POUND.i930 ;
During the next pt'rlivlthe period. from Mentyflve .y. or 'rl .
:" a punishment as this would never years to one hundred year*-whl annum utcmt and'will at the!be eta I.able ilx twenty((6)) per cent.from per z tad: T.:M....._.........................Jacksonville...,....._.............,.Arrive 11. r.P. M.
be attempted again by any Anglo-Hnzon the lowers of life are at I heir |IKT.| chit, orte date of fame (with of ivdtmptlon yean In .. ti 8.00 P. M......................................ralitka...............................Leave 1.00') M.
I! r:an not bo Ion careful ahoul" "vawtying cold" :whole: or In part, ten l.rlVUlrn: date of limn; ),oh.otH.of ec II 1.80 A. M..._...........................A tor..M........................?...... 200PM.
.-t! It is left for the Booth Americans I In llrnuchllln I.atntotprv.tlttc'atlasu/t\.&lhtheauod. 10 the nuion of County Moods of Mid rxl CDtI .. 241 A. M.................-..............bt. Francis( ...........?_................ 12.45 P. m.,
their numerous Insurrections to display iJurlnK this bu>t period reel donut aunty Intcreiton said bond will be payalil' : BOO A. M. .llcrcHlord .... .. H 11 45 A. n
?
tcnil-annually, In th*i Ity of Femamltna, Jo'IA. or
sometimes a ferocity that seems! to I*.. be lu abu daure. i In the city of Mew York, N. V., at option of liolden. ( A ris 000 A. M ..... Blue Kpr1ng.yrlve *....:?...::: ::.....::, "' 11:00 A. IIOOOA.M:
Anybody who inn f How all) these All bill shall iKHilrj| the amount of lentil 52' ; 8.00 A. M.8an lord......... :.... ... "
long to barbarism. < (111 bid for the denoinlnHtlon required, and the time! > F 1)15 A. M.. hnttrprise.: : ........................." 030A.M.
rectlons ought to live to he two hundre when the bidder. will comply with hi* bbl IbeUnnmuwIoDen Qb 8
reoerveLb. right to nject} or < Alan, Steamer E\KROLADK ((freight only), from Jeckenncille for Antor Mondaya, Wednesdays and
0/ Woman'* test Day to Coma years oM] at least There is always th e all blili.Bldi any L Pf t w Fridays at I p. m. Returning, leave Airy 1 uctdayi, bundayt: and Saturdays at lu a. m.

A progressive lady, Tdra'Therclla A comfort, however: Ifve cannot lire uI'' of the Circuit should be Court addressed for }\(aman to nen.County E.,,our., Jo'eroow.h'J Clerk- pel :z:; a.. CD I General Passenger and Ticket Office OS West Bay Street, Jacksonville

Jenkins, writes in The Woman's Jonrua to our i idlers. nlnnys we can at Uw-t (irJ lour ,and rndoraod "Bldii Sir the pun bane P....'t F. It!. 1KO\MO\" :It, Jr.. Florida rararnirer" Agent M Vent Boy, Ft" Jacksonville Ha.

a brief paper to prove that woman n iKft to do a o, and the steady ,,!tort Of :h'halrmnnItnttrdofCountylammhelontn: .!.' FRET> W. HuYT. -=: \V.F.U01)E. O. PILOT:\, >1'Al/nvchnal'eorugeTAgrnlesHrotha7're will Attest' uwKWourClerk.! : a .011"OWAJU., .r.rloa! night Agent fi.'t Laura Street, Jacktouvllle; Fla.
bo
bat bringing '
in
accomplished a tiptop manner ns conntmtly .near r 1---- -- J. A. HS1.II. HiiM rliittiulcut, fuut Laura Ktntt, Jacksonville, Fla.TllrO. .
whatever public work the sentiment them IN CIHCUIT < Ot'UT ; J. U.:II. Irntlin Manager, & How, Hug Green, New lork.iSJI .
AltNII' At.b II. 11,1 lie. Ant. Traffic Manner. ,i Howling Urecn, New York.
of community l Lta allowed her I to Fourth Judicial Circuit XnnsnnCoiiuly
Official (lain, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents
undertake She advances now an< Florida ia South AMinrvm, B Bowline New York.
Our friends the snciali{ tt who b 'lio\" I'hlnWelphfa Greco
rather alarming ideas as well. It ii the lt > SI Fred W. nays W. O. .. :___ ,____ _
the government can-mid. ought to d and R. C. ,
/ 0 Cuolcf AMELIA RIVER-
In tramping the march ahead of grandly progress) !while woman man t I b a everything for everybody will be quit doing name and tiunlneM style of Bond Attachment. 000.
tJ MA LORY STEAMSHIP LINE !
of Fvruandiiia,
standing still.w In 1)'Dlp"thy'ith the net: of Ul'f.'rlIUE'DU Jt1're1'\\Am'tw-;

now i making by scientific experts to ascertain Oeoiyo w.lllpnple, to __.l/ Packing CompanyPACKERS
She calls: attention to the fact that tht
net* M Gsurye W. It
grandest! achievements of women Intel. It it I h powJlile to produce rain i lu eo.

loctoally have boon accomplished in the paying quantities by artificial meanStranger C rpHE DEFENDANT, GEOBU15 W. lllrl L t, : OF-
JL dolnjr builncii a* Ueoive W. Hippie & t' .,
thin Unit have alreac
things
moot recent timos( while man got in hill 1 will herc ., take notice that th* above entitledmltwa ;; PLqR..XDA SERVJOE.:
boon accomplished by science. Instituted by attachment In theClrtultConrt. I.
bost work contraries ago. She does not founh+ Judliial Circuit, Nassau ( : ---
claim that woman's best intellectna It teems that a balloon enthusing t. Florida, on the 17th dill' of January A. t>. Ivt OYSTERS FRUIT I
Professor Carl Myers, saline to he ableto by Fred W. lloyt, W, U. Jcllroyi and K.C. Cbi4,7.t "
'
achievement is equal even now to ia er t&rtnen, doing "o.o.lr.1l1d.., the name, and Sailing Weekly from Fernandina Every, Thursday :
snake it rain at his! own sweet wlet.teTlet 11 style of the Rank of Fernandlna. Th ren| ,un1ngJiuMn .

higher, and going on to giory.while; ; e .m tin nuit'i'iavB8r8' "I hey c AD' lita'4t Inrawn 5tL.III'L'14 alud In old, utuae n nnder* they, e : 'and from Mew York Every Friday:" ./.- 4<-t. ,

few men reached the mountain top long go off and emirate n tremendous ru'cUon des'Amt In: "Hsy, nd. ou c Ay the pih u : UAlf Ntr JNE I WOODCUT ; ----- ::" \ :
the to onlrretl thai a ot hli
ago, but hate no followers now. Woman's among don.la.. U the clwtric ('or. published Tee I"walDA eoI'MISKOK. notice loe

bust achievements are in the tnt nr0; rent ia, .poskod through;, a mixture ,'Ou- ne ana*.in Pa|tue>criHiblu.heU. In Mid County and a fytrufi IN STOVE LENGTHS. ;. ".'

*'. man's seem to be in the past Mr*. Jen stating; of two parts of hydrogen gas to Lhre.monlha.CUr of ternandlna Oto., E.ft!>r WOrrodLYF ol 4 \-r

kins is national superintendent of fran one of oxygen! it great u ltlllionvilllI.I. Fc-rnau-Jtaa.Clerk Ctrrult.'{la,January.Onurt Spiwi County> rUIX < A lnrjro 'Hupplx CoiiMtuntl. \; ; ,

chine for the W. C. T. U. She writes: low, and tho two gases! will combine ai red --- __ __ on I fond. ., .. \ .. .... JI .

The mind of woman, a* ho steps out trot form water. It J* not this water however CIKCITIT (tOrilT .. ......... ::; '!- ,

the rents where force baa flared! her pro the professor dfpenih on for Ih e Fourth Jmllrliil Circuit, Nassau ---- -- -- ...1 .. .: -I (.ii
crreMwa tuore rapidIjr: than: the mind of iruuv ruin baton the ( "
uunfy
uioUturo I'lorliU.
that
D ntictobi '
and it lObe fed taking the l ,..lUon hentofun contained, In the clouds iu the vll'lnit Wlllliuo N. It. T. Wbeolwrliiht and 1 t'' r <
denlodhur, not by nature but by man. In et|. of the fxpliMinn. The y a* N. B.'EoMln. A" bu.Utews., :.
save, IlterMuresalsill ,Our furuule aclcutliiU |powerful 1'S111o- : Attachment. ;: .
are the butt w e over bar while, toes baa full.* "Ion will .lrlke tiP sir currents: <1i( tnr Gee)!IRS W. nipple' doing btul- Amt Bond seem. o61 <2 I.Ipa '.
bolow those of the days of the I'baraoha.' Out the KHiilihri-trii: of thllljft nor Wider' the wamu and to.M.. :Z75T1 '4
up t'l're. ?" ,
-' frmahj pttinter.egad I tb.of ot"hi"r dens, bU bitret the dtfh 1, Jtyle of George W. nipple A
Uia '
nn
JIIcIsotAng4 Raphael lave no equal *r.ilu to (x111 II!
Our fomaJe writer of the nluutrculh cootuti. torrtnt, 1mE: RFFESPANT.: GFOKOE W. 0 X2.00
Ueorice Band,Ooul'ltO Ell.it: and HarrlU Ilew'hi'r The $ j.ln., ...under the uwiie ali Flows, are aiiwng the....tnllllflllt.ndw..L brill. theory nma.i alaple;) ciiongb: nn d t."fJ(0 that \ "I'l-ta* C.., will hereby take uotlcw y
1."Intellect*,and are far la uUanre ot biRNl: on lIOn tiil j-ciomiflf principles! : bt it hrhrnaut the stnv.In: lies UUlKKHl Vlreult mutt Court w", Fourth'"tltutedl! Jmlfclal ? Astos Fare From Fernandina to New York

slots De Htul, t'rancw Gurney and H nnab will It work Thi.t, the lTtlt| .>d HtatguerreslentrxstLStntwwrldnlluung e+ tYnntit Sasxau IAnuly. Jo'iorldaon the 2'.ld 0 .unx, : ,
IIIo"u.ftbllo'lCbtwUlb : f23
'
Jwwary A, U, $
wvuturjr.tt Shakos Ibsl by U Wheelwriht aOIECCUllS10Ngondfort6mh'e
," l:: ro and Milton are men of the day, run C ) : i, I aud,X,N. ,i\k>rjeu' . B. llordeu IXTJIUIIJUATI: : :. 17 4c, 00
1'1.of"lIlor JI\ >en.' enriincif A & Thereupon: Uoorye W.r Hli> Tbu l. aOiSTEEIiAGT I : : :. 11 30
liticri .
era per W dae h9tuau' styl S OeHr, Title Slue. having no Transfers
"Where has WOlllUn fmltvlT asks IK 'pr wire will 1 11f !atun-h.-, 1 M the ba Ripple b Cu.. the old 1 del\illtl ant. and aU other w GENT".y fork t1l...s the il1.yT: .ANU QUICKEST between 1'.rnancIlIlR and New ,. .

Jenkina. AU the name, whero is th looij.wheti It Il&'en.l 1 nod! thl'tltl.b th h r..d'Ci'ih:: \; tedrebratl" ; I tttlblntatdeauun I nWn, VKOCTAULl: : and other! T1tAl'\til'OHTATlO. TO iUU'l'EB801l'! .

woman who can tie a wjaare knot? the olf ctric turrant:11:I) ;iI.N. 1'() ear or Aud br the It b lint etrlarsvl Mtwday that 10 a M.,. 111II1, FASSEDt: AvUIJMMtOATIONSrTO" !) tb... 1I.1""la,... or a DIRECT I JNE .nd ,

expense It ls (.j!....."..1 t!:it the extwri lpublWud, It 'fat 8 DI.t.. :a that ntdiro. nabl/e ate cOl1nl''tlon. at ." :It\.\NJ'NIth n.o- n..klng ells
N'onacnne. mental new.I'II...' l.ubU"hetl in_1.1 n. ..... ':n.. J!_.... JA'iLNIINVILLE I-'Iorltla Control Peninsular, (\;'. for
Ullaon will: U- lowtnutedosilk r and in the lIq 01)'enwnllna- i ;' i W. L. DOUGLAS l.wl..5 ,:. "N1', AI.GI'H'I'I: :' anti all Jvlnfs 'l.lt'ru
: ,'erlud u( on Ike Bt. Ockl
t.f Indian
A Harvard professor remarks rightly pulp frum wofi: oat b in't: notes.Weoro throema tha Glv, -- -- lUnrll. .nd to all, ."'lo- I".. ....In..' :

that' the west is indebted to that uni ----. -- .- F'maudlna Clerk: Clrrutt,..'Ia..JIlUUtUT Court Nassau:AI, 1jJ/1.County..1.. $3 S H 0 E Ir and rIheae other"eotlrmra+,t'.eL1' .. TH no('
vereity for the gilt of the elective aye allawaroof, the story that, a ---- ---' ----- s.amped oa bnt::= Addeew waF Further Information will be
'VL.DUbU
tcm of study now no extensively pur- British nobleai.ni runs a lie:' ur <'Abllin I IX ('IIU UIT fOUKT ... ,D recJ..0"ilIa... $01567 cheerfully given by

sued. In the west the elective system i Ii LionJon, but not everybody, knows thanumbers Fourth Juillrlul (Circuit Nassau J. &' 'I'. K'STDC, Ag'+.r1. G. It. Iirniir. Agent

much wider and more generous in its of the (LnjlWi:: : arl.fcr.wy: run Comity, Florida FEUNANDIXA, FIJI.D.JIERINGJCJng'8 C. II MALLOUY&CO: ., FERNAXDINA. VIA.

scope than in the east, extending even it >eer and drinking: Balwi: *. For instance. Fred and W.It Hort.C. tbulay. W. .O panll.. Je ...! [ Ferry, FIn. tier! :O East Riser New York.

the academies and high schools, and for the C.ul l of Darby lii.uir o.riu seventy.two doing came bunluvM outlet Attachment. -'- -

the entering wedge in this direction the drinking salouuH, and jKK-keU! the ot unwiyl.ofTheDat, 'J Bond Aruliwuru,'''' -$7.,,0 CUMBERLAND ROUTETO H. E.

country mast thank Harvard. rents of them with! tw! greatest regular 040rI9V.. Ull M/,)>I.. doing bun! to..._ 1100 JDOTTERERInrites

But when the professor goes fur Ity. What I is worse, a lord bishop of the .? ..Getll'Ir" W. llip4] r A AND FROM FLORIDA I "

ther and remarks that the east will al- Church of England", it also the owner of milE DEFENDANT, GEORGE attention to bus large and varied assortment of
W. VIA
wa)', keep the lead in the matter of two drinking 1I11100nll.till I likesvieeoekete JL dlug bunlne as George W. Mlppta IUPPU S lies, THE BKACTIFCT. STEAM Ett
will I
graduate and profewsioiiil schools he it ) ; bill rent from them rt'gullU11.without .ult.Sorely.. luotHuie.1 Late node by atta hat
for out of tho way. There is one point the least .libturbanl't' to Ida conscience U.urt Yk f'uurtl1 on the Judicial c..11't'U1L, Naww c.04wt. .If\ GROCERIES

that must not be lost sight of. Where Will that! Is no worn: than the Pled? W' 'i1,1' VL w."j, f JofOay.uu"rY-awl !Au t. C.- <"'"'"WltJ j.r Embracing
the most money is there In course of case of some hlghlYI\tll.1t\'J! gcntleiuen style panne of r.jdybiir Hank builneu of Fernmi.dlna.under; the name aud nearly everything In this |line and also that of

time will be the groat universities and In America. There tune Kvu U< wealthy and: Myle of ''*'ni W, Fllpi.1* A Co.. the wad de IMPORTED\ I
beat high grade school In tho mitter: law and crier citizens in this republicwho indaut, and all other pVnon; In rnrtod. an CITY OP BRUNSWICK GROCERIES.I
of facilities for education there U made the loudest heoby required:1i and lead the duo
noth Iartetten
!
u.> IIt. reboot tern- alud 1n eauteeou, or Wth:
by aria} CFFEcTDCCtMBEl
ing that money cannot procure. The penance nil the while that they sent 'd1nl:] !ma t ,, :.>N.t that .copy' oftbll Dttttee:be tCHCDULC( "M.) 11'1110.In.D..D Only Such. Goods Kept in Stock as Can be Recommended as Pure:

great fortunes of the country, excepting money to convert the heathen out gf the publlahed... .. In 1'Hi ru>RUu ,,, a public sotnii.oav. and of Good .,
only the Vanderbilt. liberal bar perpuUUhedlB sat<1 County and i"lIlt Quality. .
Astor and Gould! saloon rent they received and tit toe City; ot /M&JBm: Aiadoy -- "

millions, have been made a1 m(JIlt ell tJ 1't'ly 1 trout property they owned. Ulrw month* t"rnantUuak'r: OLVrV aperiud 01. Jlrnnnrlrk,y",,'rM. wSTni ado:. ,; Edr CIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO '.
In the west Gould,Indeed has '., VltwkClrtWOsunSawabput7.Vis. ArrlT Oumbwland.10.15: a u 11.Ml SELECTIONS OF .:. :::"' .
a .. .
obtained & ,January fit. Jwt Arrl, rernanrtlna...,. ... m : .
much of his wealth from western deal It U announced that the white l lead '- UaT. .:F.ntaudlna: : vhf'f.'C.a WpKOBTU DI ) oepm -FINE '. '"
_,. .... TEAS ::
t Western men are proverbially generous. trust. must po to ('loot'Svea faster than MILLINERY ArdvNacteovtna..2ytpm r. a. i ; :::::: :& eo/Wpm:p m AND COJJEES-

The money for great nnivfnJtles and, their own paint PIN)., oil the side of a ,

professional ll will 1 be poured out house uowad. "rs. Q. O. Coleuian! pf tests e r a JarkiODTlUe R..?, .. rU r.. c. aloam Bert Good of this Description that can tx. secured/ .'.-': .' :. r
1: like water so that the highest claw cf Chicago claims to hv iaveuUxl AmveFeroandata.:::::.::..::.,11f6am; lateam a:40: a m
a
Uav.l'erullDdtn......._...... NEW '
professors and the most elaborate apporatus method of manufacturing white lead sc Ardv.Cwberhwt .... ylipm uraplII .atpm 2111UPID GOODS Received by Every Steninoiv i /
will g'*> to the west more and rapidly and cheaply] that no trust will rRING AND SUMMER R G 600DS D Arrlre Clue linmiwkk....:.. JI>p m 0p: m.lwIMoni : .:
more. be able tolls r aye ma at JM'ILIUfl. S.W. .'".
to control cor Second
it. Ho 11Ino add viii. sex AiwuMlne., alw, all nuluu and Centre Sta. "
on et FERNANDINA.
_
It U banning to be ahmrd.at any .n necessary, and, tUt the "w"hit lead] Joho'by train.elver arrt'lnlf: at t'enrad at ate na,.from South ri rldilhil(5 IXA." .. ''" ',;..?,"_,

rate, to make discriminations in regard ('an.bo made out and out from the pin $HUTSeANDjFIOWERSaDIRS. by train leavtnq tt altlts5 a' m ; IIIr lIotlth fM1da THEFLORIDA .-.-- .- .. ':
to the different lead in twelve tare unoneellu.s mid. :i Jrtl."kk with s.: 'I'Rt: WEEKLY '
pate ot huure.A
this .
big country. < 1 T.. V.a a. R. R. W &Jut stoat aU tdu\ll we a t ; : .,4 .'
No part of France or England or' Germany Eallt by ttalua arriving at tiea 111. anti departl e :
a' 11 p. 111.. with" ;
b superior in civilization to any large miiwionary enterprise! with a wlt.hu t ebu. tbruucla deepen to J.oUhoU..J i MIRROR"V:

: ; Bother part The case I U rapf.l1r1'E'.om. capital of $I .OOO.OOO. has been started. w. IIEOIUI4I :iS.l"T*
i tag the same In the United States, Tt. recently. It ts a ioap factory) Its be&4- Ash near Sixth Streets ir.t LJr,1- ,.. ,ttw...,' Vrl1lADdlD.aemtd and( BnmtwkkcUM. Kid t.lIiO PUBUBHED AT FEB5AKPIHA FLORIDA, ',' .

most magnificent telescope in the world, uartors are at Houston, Tex. but it _____ ...tJo tl4-dMI.! !eUw W141 on*'"'rJ dilaoager. a,, Iowa ant TUESDAYS

the most perfect astronomical apjW>tas wm have branches at various points in : rDI:. 'V.*E. SNYDER GeDeral : ALCKN. THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS. ,

U not at Harvard or Johns Hopkins or the cotton belt .. Co LITTLEf( :' JUengrr A.LOesrral RATES OF "
SUBSCRIPTION
Yale It is in California, The IN ADVANCE : r *
most DENTIST GENERAL OFnCK. UBUSiWIOC. GA. One COp, one leaf, .. $2.LO One "
completely eanippud/ university and the V. >*. t pay two dollars for a.three -- One sit months I copy three months, *r) etc '

....,.:4. richest .U not pn the eastern coast, bat li 1114.. .,'" talk over. the telepboue'from OFFICIO IN S\UiN BUILDING, COR, .JL T F belched fOIl tvSt1I bl fine. prig. don't liar U copy 1.a3 ODe copy one month,' r 21 etc_ ._ :. 1.
going to be la lOuUou and F q | workmen aca, L rIN CLUBS :
..'."'t"'_ '" Chicago j to Paris. l'JU.f up.tain. h'Nreeh, tron) ply because: they offw bOO U for leas than, Of FIVE, $240 EACn"n.. ,:
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/. 'TOM RYDER'S CHILD. aim from morning to night, and oocao some bakr Cookie. from the ton. bat .. 1* .

!, .i tonally mnMkod. htm of what mother M be had n< Uiing be went on staring 1.07O.FS.CMRIDA. DLOO1.sf A. W. LOHMAN r'hdLER

i.;? f.: offered in the loss of child. She said vainly l about la the hope of seeing Belle -' ,. .. ". ,

'f-:'* .' Air. Marsh, when be WAS sitting In the she posed a father had some feelings! In a few nlcntee more he was stand ";. :. I .

I .: -,* village store with the heels of his well but how could a father know a mother's lug/ by the row of graves and looking .: .... :.i. .. ; :

I C' ,, 'allowed boots carefully poised on then heart sharply down at the sodden turf for th \\. I .'

*:..' edge of the Evidently there was no answer to this Then the .TH12- PURE?
:r' corrugated cylinder stove, sr-owdrops. were green leaves :; : WnrB S an nd1I1JU U R Rt.
!;,* was a far larger man than when he was question Certainly Mr. Mart attempted lie knelt and pushed aside the brown : 'J! .

,,. at home. Perhaps it was f,ir that reason 1 to give none, wet grass. Ills heavy tact took on tiwthetio : .
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that he spent so much time in the store. Mrs. Marsh talked a great dJ to her look of eagerness. No, it was ..
A man likes to feel large and to hawk husband and to the neighbors generally too earlYI the sun had not been warm r ) e .

',*"' ..*;'", and expectorate in tn indepTlent man- about the fact that all her children had enongh There were no( blossoms-not >
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. f* been born without
nero any constitutions! urea buds

: ,< .' ., When under the protection of his own She didn't know why it was, for all her "It'. too bad-too ball, he muttered _i-_ 4.NNN.+N1iNNNHk1NN1 _____ ______
>. ,, roof thin gentleman was very much in folks were main of iron She often in- flow she would cr liked 'em!"

1 the shadow of his wife. He never gained} how it was that a child with no lie stood up, He brushed a mist from SOEUEUNEt: :

hawked and ho never expectorated there constitution at all could' be expected to Ida eyes that made the headstone* lookas Pl:
: lie shrank up into the smallest possible Uve. She told Reuben it was too-much if they were not straight ----- NNI.N+++1N.1N-+4NN.+.+ ---

i .". compass and seemed to deprecate the to ask. She rare every one to understand Something that felt cold and wet, like

'<*T':. t' fact that he was alive at all. U he could that Reuben seemed to believe ice, touched the hand that hung down

,.'. have come in and gone out at the key their children ought to live,but duo knew by his side. nut be did not notice the

** "' hole he would have felt an unutterable they couldn touch until It was repeated, this time accompanied m

*. relief..' As the years went by she made Mr. by a whine Mr, Marsh

." As It was, he was in constant fear lest Marsh[ keep those little graves, and their aroused himself and patted the lean, tonMppy Jt ,

1 he should forget to wipe his feet, or lest ealstones. and their I lettering of "Dor looking cur that stood beside him '

<- he should leave a door unlatched, lie Inda, daughter of Reuben and Dorlndt Hu'lo, Jack," he said, "whore's yeraiittlcTmiatressr .f ==STEAM:== _

often told himself "he'd rather be darned Marsh," more and more "trigged up." '

any day than to forgit to wipe his feet When Mr Marsh was not at home nor Jack wagged his l'\illlDll made M! if 1 FINE CIGARSeETCyNo : }>

.. twice," first on the husk mat in the sink at the store it was well known flat he 10 would trot back home, but as Mr

room and next on the braided mat at must' be "to the cwnetry triggin' np March did not follow him he returned

the kitchen door When Mr Marsh said hem graves" and licked his (hand again lie went ,, 13 and 15: N, Third ft"FERNANDINA.

"he'd ruther be darned," he meant that It was one mild day in winter thatMr. through these movements so many timesISat

he preferred being consigned to hades Marsh put on his overcoat and his ( : the man at last walked after him, FLA. .

lie often thought It would be a kind of rubber boots. lIe said Le was going tho dog continually: looking behind, nn Billiard and
relief to be in that place "and done with down to tho store and guessed he should til he had led his friend- to the back door Pool Parlor ,Attached

it." Out he always was very meek indeed just stop in at the graveyard before he of the Ryder house. This door stood cams rwwriY- '
ATTENDED to.
when he had indulged in such came home The hill sloped to the (ll"'D. .- --- -
thoughts. south there, and it was warm and sunny, Mr Marsh hid not heard that Tom 1 I

Mrs. Marsh was a large, dark, mustached almost like a spring day. Ryder was "on a gpree"an,1 he expected f GEO. A. LATHAM

woman, who was believed by The man had it in Kin min. that there every moment to be greeted by the owner -

.some to be a good nurse. She certainly was just a chance that some snowdrops of this: place, whom he doepfooil ant

had the merit of subduing her charges might be blossomed, or at least bU.1ltl'J. whom he always wanted to kick every WHOIFSIILEANO: nUlL DEALER IN

into absolute quiescence. She boasted Jut if he should Cud a bloom hen, time ho siw him

that folks that "she took care on knew not> so crazy, ho told Lime! us to tke Instead of a masculine! voice, however, o :

their places mighty quick} 'n' their it t to his \\ifo, who woull only \'olHiller a piping, fueblo treble sounded from one ALES WI ES UllOllAnn

places was to jest lay still V let the Lord it ns some kind; of "litter" lIe should of the front rooms! OBookm ,

do as he pleased." stop at tho store, as he said, and he "Oh, Jock, dout you leave me tool

.. She was fond of mentioning the Lordat should probably see Tom Ryder forlorn Don't you go 'n' leave me toor '
the most unexpected and irritating little girl I\hh'erlng about, and he Reuben' Marsh stood suddenly still --

times. She had referred to him on so should give the flower to her Then her from sheer weakness Ills great, tender

many occasions in regard to her hus- mall, pinched. face would suddenly heart seemed to choke him. lie heard FINE CIGARS,

band bringing in "medder mud" and lighten, anti she would smile in that radiant the log; wining joyfully and scuttling w

other kinds of soil on the soles of his way that always went like a knife bout the room he had entered. He -

boots that Mr. Marsh was continually to Reuben Marsh's heart lla wondered breathed a long breath and pushed the II CFNTRE STREET,

harassed by a fear lest L, might become if any of those Dorindles, if any had door further open, apparently taking but

prejudiced and acquire habit of thinking lived, would have had. such a face and OM stride from tho door to a "trundle FERNANDINA FLORIDA

disrespectfully of the Lord, If he such a smile as that If they "took bed" which was in a corner. On the bed 1TiIihTLiI
after" their mother they surely would was a child who stared wildly for an in. ,
did acquire such a habit, he hoped fervently
taut at this intruder theu flush of
and in plain terms that it mightbe not.Once a ,
after Mr. Marsh had joy overspread her face. She out ''' nEW WHISKEY
put
laid to D'rindy's charge rather than seen this ''' t
ransfonuation take place in the face of wo bony arms to the man bending over 1 hare carefully examined and analYke.1
to his. Dorinda was his wife's
name; loin ler. She laughed ==P ER== well known and
and it was the name given to each of Ryder s daughter when she had received your popular \\lilnkcy
five consecutive hters who Lad been a kindness he dual ventured to Ivo jest ben prajiu'fora friend,* HISriK Dl.:W. The Uhkkry must to

born to Mr and Mrs. Marsh and who speak about her to his wife, with a wild be tried feebly "1 kep' prayin' so I ronounced 1 to i IMJ pure, well matured l and 01

had all died when children. hops in tIre bottom of his heart that they hard that God had to hoar finally," excellent quality, being soft and mellow to

There were residents in the village might' alopt Ryder's child, for Ryderwas Mr. Marsh gathered the child to his the taste and hnvlng a fine bouquet The
only a drunken wretch whose wife breast Hit heart glowed. His eyes
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who always took friends who came froma jrofewlon may place full con Ii.
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had since died of parklul as he felt the frail. form leaning I
long a broken heart
distance to the graveyard to see the II thence In the purity| and ql1l1ll1y'of theTHISTIKUCW
"row of D'rindies," a! this ,rrles of Mid too much work. confidingly ng:ilnst him. : / A. FMKM, r
Mrs. Marsh made it very plain indeed lie took n frayed blanket from the bed I
mounds was usually termed. ;0 her husband that oho had no opinion and wrapped: her up until:! also was/ like a Analytical and ConsiiHIiiR ClieinlntCincinnati. ;
These continual bereavements were I Job House June 18*).
very hard to bear during their occurrence whatever! of that nasty Belle Ryder. mummy lIe was smiling all the while Printing -- ----- --- -" -- .-
Mr Marsh had fallen into his ordinary ba wa doing till.
but after bad .
some yean passed -
,. scarred tome mood of dull, cowed silence, lie "where's your father?
and the wounds were Mrs.
of tat with his slippered feet on their wood "I d' know. lit s been gono ever so .
Marsh conscious certain distinction
: was a "
cricket and his head many days, I guess
*" tn hung pulling/
from the fact
that she
coming
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was, in a certain: sense, owner ef that Us beard slowly and wondering what he "Ain't you hungry; W. H.: MAXTIT
wan' living for, "I was hungry after I ct up all there i.E i.
She
row in the cemetery. had a pride
was, some breal'ii' sausage! Then I got
II* :rpiwBd sea never hated their
In the small and their
headstones keeping ,In the very graves best condition .i es. ,lie supposed there was no man I faint; then I was! DO awful kind of sick," I. ,' ... . ... .

rather she made Mr. Marsh keep them A the world whose wife as such a good Tiro chili lamed her bead on the man's E CONTRACTOR :
or $ r
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'IQ. seek, who kept her husband clothes so shoulder: and abut her eyes. He heM! her ,' DURYEE_BUILDING, CENTRE STREET,
closer
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When I have that striding well mended: and so clean as D'rlu seen woman : a:
toward the hill slope where the IUd, but ho said plainly to himself that "I'll take ye right home, he said .v .
He stepped. out into the mild, damp ,
"he'd ruther bo flogged than to be where
have wondered U
I she
graveyard was, air He hell} Wit -
she was"Often head very high, and BWLDEReC
did not feel a satisfaction that there SAND
iiis eyes tparklt more than ever He
five mounds Instead of four five as he sat there pulling his
were ;
walked down and into the village streetas
beard and watching ETnndy as she made
made much If
a more impressive row. if he had been
soldier
a coining: froma
clean he told him.
everything ,
had Jt
of those babies would
one grown
doubtless bate in deal self that he must have been even more victory Ho nodded at the few acquaintances FERNANDINA
brought a great FLORIDA.
of a fool than most men to have he-saw, an.lvho looked at '
of mud in the spring: snow jn the win.. young ESTIMATES FURNISHED '
him wonderingly, but he would not
ter, and road dust in the summer. It fallen in lore with a gill who could turn stop
would have "Uttered things jest aw out to be such a woman at that. lie to Bt>eal( to any one On short notice for all classes of brick

fnl." to use a favorite expression up of Mrs. also asked of his own soul how it would The storekeeper saw him, and said to and wood building,
a customer that there was Bcab Marsh
be with him if it were possible bra
Marsh. Was it that there
possible man to hate his wife. with Ryder little girl, 'n' he guessed JUJ Impairing and small jobs promptly
It is
were compensations a distinctiontoo ,
Reub 'd ketch It when
begot home.
When be walked the L.4I"
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slowly through
to two had a "dretfnl sigh} of attended to.
Mr Marsh still held his bead when
mad of the main street ho was conscious! up
to have "J otH
sickness in
your family;
he entered hiaowa kitchen
put up" for the sufferer and the suffer that there was more than the ordinary tracking in a Shop Corner Second and Ash Streets. '
bitterness in his heart Ha stamped good deal of mud as he did so, for he lid '. '
er's friends.Do not pause at the huskrnat,nor yet at the .
down bU heavy feet with an air of bravado
you know what it means to have a rug by the kitchen door. i' W. If. MANN,
\ when he reached the storo. lie "
note pat npp It is to arrange that the took in of mud and he Bring me a cup of milk with. dropof ] one Post Box 38, ernandlnti }'la, ,
minister shall find, apparently in the n lingo: quantity Having of the best, outfits in the State, and the Publishers ,
hot water in it, ht said, sitting downIn .
talked huand
so spat so emphaticallythat :
hymn book of asking the J.:. ,,
a scrap paper
the largo rocker by the stove.
the storekeeper inked at the man being experienced Printers, we are prepared to do '">
any ,
of the congregation for a family .
prayers ,
Jack ,
: and said iu had entered also, aud lie also hat .J p0
next to him a whisper that
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la affliction. The name of the person i i. brought in mud He sat calmly his T f" and kind of
,t have been on : every Printing, ,
Dandy mt carryin an uncommon --- - -- -
often awl then there is a rustling
given i Mjh hand with Reuben that dirty haunches on the shiny oilcloth by ,"- ..
and a turning and a looking at the nearest r, : .
the chair which held Mr. Marsh and his : .
relative who happens to be present. day. mistress. PIANOSORGANS :

When things by land and by sea have Lint for all this extra swagger Mr Mrs. Marsh stood a moment in tewil 1 44 000

been prayed for, when people 'scattem I Marsh was aware that he was ,greatly erment; then she brought the millGlIer ,
: did not exhilarate
depressed t seem
and down this sinful earth' have been
up i
face softened!
l him to have Its heel on the stove. lIe somewhat as she rimed Iq Netk.re ( miMW duo* I WTw.nif run*
mentioned then the minister changes his ,. ..
looked at the pinched "foature: on her FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD a M IW lomM* >IIIIU|Dollar*
tone to one of more feeling, and petition did not understand himself today, and husband shoulder .m.w.e:: .::- p.ri wh r. '. I.U r .U-U JaMnMMata*: ,MPTI built
he left the store much earlier than
that this dear sister whose child is on a was "
bhe:) is tarring said Mr. Marsh, TO SELL-NOT TO USE
his custom. One of the men actually '
v bed of sickness be strengthened to
may shortly, and Uw pvbU*hu *"'n"ml Out
endure, and that, if it be so decided that got np from his broken backed chair and! Well give her a good meal V then WE: DON'T SELL THAT KINDIUDDEN&BATEO
ahe be called to give that be- went to the window to watch the retreating U.W Inaea.uM Jr.ad i. wnlL 0'.,
upon up c'n take her right back," remarkedMrs. t'I 1MM
figure."Something. you : I" saausa ""', a.q.r ). i.
loved one, she may be enabled to bow Marsh with her usual decision \ -... '' 1'r"ljlh'.

her head to his great and glorious will, Reub Marsh,"or be other's said the pityingly matter "I ot: She added that Reuben could go right As Neat and as Cheap as any Office in Florida.JACKSONVILLE a+lUall x4.4"I.Yrs.slue i.7u.M'-trwrNied oeinl, lt.y UhuPl.to bon fns i ..'.a '" '
and him though b slay.There '
topless even
; to Mr who
over Wallis was one of the JfZ"-
.. is great sameness about the never seen him miss his aim a-spittm be- '. ;
a
selectmen, and have the child taken to \'"
fore, V he missed it every time today," L Southern Muslo House.
words used in response to this asking for ''' U
The storekeeper was chopping off apiece the poorhouse that very night. .. .:f.,, J :_ IAVANNAH.CA.
prayers,. but who shall say that those In ten minutes the _
girl was sound --- ---
of tobacco. lie nodded his head, "
phrases do not sometimes touch healing- Mr.Marsh laid her 1 :
the
for asleep. on lounge : TIXE Oc: =LL
lie said he was sorry Reub lIe ;
heart}
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ly a sore
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cud covered her with a shawL He fed
Reuben Manh never missed going to .'posed ho was goin up to them graves .."" '.
Jack, who ate very nattily and with the WRITER
lIe hoped it wa'n't wicked,buthe TAPE
Sunday during all the now.
,. meeting single utmost greediness and then curled :
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think 'twould be jest as well if there up 't .
fid .
time when his children were pining And the floor by tho couch. ; ; ; :
t dying. was a sixth grave in that row ant
...; Sometime ha would far rather han rindy was laying in it. For his part position I over the lounge. JJe looked his V <6 U with 7* eharacten, sad $15 I ** tae '.
1t.t"< stopped at home being possessed by that he'd like to help trig up rindy )!anh', r, inrOLZ CUB ODEIX, warranted to do better
wife squarely in the face, a thing h. "
-.*> piteous and natural feeling that he, with. grave, whether Hwas wicked or not. bad not done for "AV' work than .or nmchUi 10.It .

..,-**",>' all his strength and vigor, might i iJ in Then they fell to talking about Tom gazed bock years.She at him with 'L.L :' ooioUaei iixrucrrv with PCIA wurr,PHD, "
something seas o. orisAnov, wwrt laogct without curt ol '
"" '" Ryder sad cf the fact that he bad begs .
.i\ some way give of that strength: to the like consternation slowly growl le..a1nI than ether m..,111118. IlM BO ink .,'
.. little moaning on the bed gone a week atbady knew where on a PRICES DUPLICATED ON FIRST-CLASS WORK any :
poor thing
in her mind.
*.. this) ner. ribbon to bother the o|*n or, It U seat, sea.rasnat ':: .
;"- ". bat his wife had made him go. She worse spree "I'm goin' to do of two i tikkel 4
"* .i one things, pUled jwifctt eatS adapted toall
"I they'll bare to take the little !
.0$ had even found time as usual to fasten guess be said and kind o( w ritlnc Llkt"
ITriuJy, very slowly, Wa > type Printing praM,
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., .-- his collar and button on the rusty black one to poorhouse this time to and rhomistake to fur you to say which it'll be. I'm goin f' : :> .II 1'100.harp., clean kftbl wtnuixxrlj'U, ., ,
Somebody ought
"%', necktie. speak" to keep Tom Ryder's child If be dolt ( .: Two or ten Copies. taB bt route *t ooa wrltioc : '" .

"; And be had always beard those pray. I the.rlectmen'U' have her seen to. take her away from me, 'n' I guess be .. Any IntoUlceot perm ea beooia SA opvrator : :k t;
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'- Mr, Marsh walked on mechanically Ire- ; "I- ;-t : ''': ''' la two M' ott.r 1.000 baa ,1.,' I"
en In answer to the note be had put np.; wont I'w ffoui to keeps her here ;ifyou're ': 'i;" ,1' t day* f operator
Do held himself rigidly upright. Ill the road. Ida did not know v.Jiy It waf i.-' who can equal ski work of Ue ponbla CaseOd.n. ..
willin1 if aiat willin' I .hl1 ,
you
that be could not throw off his wd to- ; ,
bearded face te I :
impassive
heavy, wu where I bar IT she's
look People who looked at him I finance when be had left her, as he was go can M.'ep goin t : ? : B lUbW Afeoli amid Skftaou waned Cp".
upon. usually abW to da to be treated well too. Now which shallitbe.Drlndyr : oral InduoemenU to Dcaltn.
curiously saw nothing but the calm, :
Some strangely desperate mood was For pamphlet firing JndoncmenW, rtA, aJ. rdl'tlll
face Ills hands thrust Into .
rough were Mr Marsh,with that delicious love for .J .,. I
the big pockets of his loose sackcoatt tb upon him. lie. put his baud to his bead the child In his heart, looked big -.1 ODElL 7TTE WWTtR COXTAXT,
very : -
said if he & know better h "
and *
great, knnckly fingers writhed and and manly : : is and(T Mb At*. Cblesf, HI. .,
should almost think he had been drink -I- : :
twisted.. the proceeded. I "
prayer Mrs. Marsh mechanically \brushed the : ; '
Mr Marsh heard the word going on tag the stove hearth with a turkey wing before -PATENTS,
and on over his bead. lie felt with. Just before he reached the cemetery; she r.|4Ui I j irD n'" send your orders'for PRINTING, BINDING and === all
U"a-aIt.
ha passed by the house where the Ryders t to* i
in darkness All
were groping horrible "I tether think, Reuben," she sail"you RULING Ito Una Orrica w UITUMTI U. i, fATMT Vrncasad .
outside
with low the for
'' lived, an old place eaves that offices State. Orders either will
the time 1* J''jw saying to himself 0 might wU keep her bet*.*-N*' I 0 ..can wear*paMil U UM ttua' and at 'Uw
Uod let her live! O God let her Uyel looked aa if they would always drip ewe tJuui tars ntnuM frau WaafcJatfMt.
with unhealthy moisture Some of the York Tribune."Junmltboy. rece1T prompt> attention from 'us. Address Muad model, drawing or litaM,. WOOS dowrlp.tkn. .
I caat Jive if you take this one, toerIle I :. eNs adrbv, If jnl U V> N not, rare of '
: thought be could not live. Bn window panes were staffed with. ragaanda has swallowed, ODe of toponns !' ehA,1Jti 011(Boer"1 =.rD Yaeor"dts .. t

,that one, too,was taken and still thevli'i rat walked with ostentatious. misery .* said ftondow. despair, I :% MOORS & MAN"aC"2"' was 11._ or iuxuel. Ia &Ia JO'' ,iota. teuuatJ
nn continued to riM and set on Reuben among the puddles near th* front door. That'. all rightsaid the 40ct0r. "t or iOWa,esat "'''' 1ddc.
-X. ,Mr. Marsh wished h* had brought "Mush for children."rock. I .A. 1'w..a ro", \. .
,: Vanh and still Mrs. Marsh hectored ijgyl Lock Box 9 sFERNANDINA, FLA. OpPrstteatOIDa. WMMIHUTOK,P,C.

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.. THI-- WEEKLY PLOKIDA MIllllOIl.. APRIL 136, 1801 ,!.
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.. >, ltPIH bl11.ullluA 1IR1(01L'rI [ ( I nlite. Iftl.*r. gas rm widow, t tta
the exemption hall fnura to the t,
-" SLY'. dIJC'nd.ntll! (if the ,twnv" entitlvl As the Flowing Tide Comes In CASH y

JHOOUK Muncv, rnMlnlx.ru. t thereto domiciled i Q l<'lorltla at theme OR CREDIT .
I of r his death, and such<: exernp
_ F pr1M .c YNA12 I ,JJ8 FOR six NOXTH. lions shall Apply to all debts except -p-SO no Tim r.vKU: --- .
- all specified' m section 1 of saidtidctthe ,

1 FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. same to bo submitted) tutho I Furniture and HousefQrnishing Goods ol
t, A Oondvnted ACcou-\\ the Proctiiinct of electors at the next gen rale11.tt'tlon Useful Articles for the Kitchen
That Rod,. for rutifioation. '

The following THE SF.NATAIJri122.Mils were Introduced (,Concurrent" nnd members resolutions of requestingnators the house, For instance, the Iloiutirig! Pj-lt, as illnstraW\ ; wire Potato Mashers, in half Every Kind and Description. "

) and referred.: of Representatives Florida in the dotes different styles ; wire Crullers to atilt; Feg Deters,hotel or family site; Tear .

To Incorporate Manatee fiver Congress of tho United l States to Coffee Strainers; wire, Potato Fryers; wire Pifttrti, from the old style to the I Hotels, Boarding Houses, Ships, Steamers, Offices,

Telephone and Telegraph Company: ur1to an appreciation' by Congress latest shaker; Mali lralners-nd 100I1 l housewife will\ be without 008; Soap Dish to Lodge, Churches, Schools, Halls and Club Rooms, Private
To provide for the piymwit; of for improMiig anal deepening put on the stand or hunt on the wall, ; Caking Tans to cook anything from a gingersnap
ngents of this State !Pent into oilier the bar At St. Augustine. to a roast turkey; mead and l C.iko fluxes to keep tho roaches ont ; Tea Kelps Residences furnished from top to bottom. We are

J"SUtw for tho purpoof! wiring To') am..ntltiectlon 4 of Article 8 ortIll' ; Farina J!,.il*.m; Tea Tnt- ; ., j ; the largest dealers South selling ,
fugitives; from justice of tho State con!'titulion of Florid: ; %

of Floriiliu! ,. ... -- WHOLESALE ANI RETAIL.
,, To define! the fee of alin-lffi in buckets
"('opl. Who Fat Alon
and fur tlio service of writ m* ilnii"; In all thoroughly civilized cone trie*

corpus, and l to provide:! fm tin'ir tray. the tnemberaof a family
9 meat partake of roeals while collected around 7 r Low Prices I Fair Dealing I Prompt Attention I
To provide for oho pivrnent of a central board, but Ibis Is not so with I
few of officers of courts: in easel: of t twlrenttij too majority or even' a fraction of the
bonds. Kmi-cirilizod and barbarous nation You are sure of getting_ a dollar's worth for: every

To establish, a 11I11l1u of uncertainIIIR The Manlhian blunders{ dine alone, retiring dollar spent with us.
,v Ihe amount of ptrnon.tl property\ to the most secret parts of their
huts for tho I'UI11OMOf' eating their food. FERNANDINA OFFICE CENTRE
_belonging to banK, bankers und STREET.
This custom probn'LlylU'08 among them
associations which
bunking ASsessed upon and in an early period ot their. history, for CLARK: c& :XiOFTTTS*. .
tuxes are to bo to provide fear, perhaps, that another with equally, SJ
for tho payment: of taxes upon\ sharp and HOVSTIXO SPIT. Fernndina
as an appetite more bodily ? Jacksonville, and Houston, Tex
the. enrnc. strength: would deprive the feaster of ..
flacks fasten tho stove pipe to hold
Feather Dusters; Wire Stove! llpo to on your
authorize the
To county comm* his Jnea1.-St. Lot"U Republic.
Bioncrs! of the several counties of this' ---- lUshes on when you wo cooking dinner. Buckets In all styles. hildrcn's, BathTubs -
State to provido for tho construction It Costs You Nothing I Foot Tub flower Pots from 1 cent to any price. A large Variety of Pelf

and maintenance of public rondo It is with plcaMirowo announce thai wringing Mop Sticks, Oridlron
and bridges in the counties of the we he mado arrangements with that else out from having their say" Lilt we are still} In town' and expect to join hands In

State of Florid" : popular illustrated magazine, tho American the coming boom. Watch this space,and don't forget that w o keep Itogers'Fines!! EWEeMAKEe THINGSeDANcr,
Joint resolution providing for. Tanner, publibhed at Cleveland, 0., r
1 Silverware-every |.lecefully, guaranteed, and a full line of Agate Ironware at UK
the equitable distribution of the and road! by farmers In all parts of this.

fund provided for the moro complete country and Canada, by which that. great EXPOSITION BARGAIN HOUSESecond
endowment and support of mblication will ho mailed direct, free, to
the colleges for tho benefit of npricul-; Lire address'of any of our subscribers! Street Hear Centre. COTILLIONS IN COATS !

turo and tho mechanic arts," was who will pay up all arrearages on sub WALTZES IN WAISTCOATS !
referred to the committee on educa 11'11,110111|> and one year in advance from J. HENRY SLUTS.

tion. date, and to any new. subscribers who POLKAS IN PANTS !
N. B. Mall Orders filled. Wholesale and Retail.
proniptly
.', TUB HOUSE:--April 22, Dl. :I ,,1111'-1| one year in luhance. This I la a .
I grand; opportunity to obtain a flr t-clMIJ -- --
The following; bills were introduced i farm journal free. The American Farmer \VlienLolunnii draws the bow things have to caper to his music, and they do.
and referred : 1 III largo ( of national You should see the way things go. We are not
a : 10-pa.ie journal, HAVE YOU SEEN
3416 I/twa of ,
T Florida, and providing how licences! I circulation, nliith ranks! among!!: the It'aJ. FIDDLING FOE FUN!f fbul
.
to sell liquors, wince! and beers! shall'' log lIj.\rlclIlturalpollCr"\ Its highest! J'tir-'
K)HU lii oho elevation and ennobling of
bo issued for Fortuna We want money and we want trade, and we must hate it. So
TQ, repeal an act to create and agriculture( through tho higher and THE NEW SPRING STOCK here goes to the old tune ofMONEY ,
establish a State board of health. broader education of men and' women .
An act in relation to crime and (,''iiaapod: 1111 Its. pursuit The regular sub MUST\
orlption prieo of tho American Farmer
and
criminal' 'proceedings procedure. I I.* (1 i I..r )'*'llT. It cost! you nothing. --OF-
To prohibit the running and loading From any one number idea can bo obtained como and ()old.must go. You hear our music. Wo have not mentioned prices.
or unloading of any local freight that, will bo worth thrice the sub- They dropped down exhausted long ago.
trains of cars on Sunday, and to seri ptlon t>rl..e to you or members of your J&TKYDD ? .:
provide penalties for the violation icxihehola, jetjougit it !too. Call and "'
thereof. see sample copy. GET YOUR PARTNERS .:
----- -- IF. NOT,
Defining usurious contracts and A Beau of 1829. ,

prescribing penalties and forfeituresIn When ,ran.1|,,i went a-wooliig, take the Coat to-jour arms; fold the Waistcoats to your hl'artajranl'e; into the
tho same. lie w<>"a satin rest, IT WILL PAY YOU TO DO SO, rants, and take a whirl at
To prohibit railroads: *attd( com- A trail of running ronvi

mon carriers from giving und officers ( The Embixldert'il pattern of hI'on! tMUien the braid, If you are thinking alout buying your THE, HUSTLER'S HOP !
from ride
accepting\ passes to Il. Uucn, w blu' and flue,
; free on such railroads and common Wore all the Intent! fashion ALBATROSS, DRY GOODS, Where, everything will be slaughtered for the next sixty day.'to make room for
r:., carrier. within the Stale of Florida. Spring goods.
In ettchhtwn' twenty-nine. NUN'S VEILING DRESS GOODS
: ,
!
-'-""+- -nr ..
: To'provtfttr) rnjmem-of -tlrtliulpet fun a tine-looking young -
--ill agents of the State of 1'loridi went fellow F then,no tho old) ladles Nay, and) lie GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS, W. J. LOHMAN'S DRY GOODS EMPORIUM .
,- into other State for the purpose! of 'MA fine-looking gentleman now. For SEERSUCKERS LAWNS, ,

securingugutives from justice oho the pa.<*t BOiro of years lie has lawn a SATTEENS, SILKS,
State of Florida firm believer\ the merits of 1)r.I'icre'aGulden 10 North Second St.WHITNER. FERNANDINA. :FLA.
To define the Ties of sheriffs in and >Io,lkal Dl-wovery. It renewed HAMBURG EDGING AND LACES. -- -.-

\ about the service of writs of habeas IIIV youth. ," ho frequently nay*. It U the Our stock is largo and varied, and wo feel assured: we can show the finest'''
corpus. and to provide] for their piyment. : >i
To for the of guaranteed to benefit or cure, or money quick sales: ] and small profits, and we make it a ruling SCHUYLER
fees of provide officers of court payment in cases of promptly refunded l. It t cures liver disease, principle to sell every- article at n small profit, ,
estreated! bonds. ljsH-ia| ] scrofulous sores, skin crimp but of thoroughly) reliable. quality]

To provide for and regulate the ionn, and all diseases" of the blood. For A fine line of NEW SPRING OL01'UINGTOR MEN, YOUTHS S .

erection and keeping of stock g ites''. iinrt-riiig, c dgln and eoiiHnmption AND BOYS, of latest cut and finish.: We are agents for Browning, King : :' -' : : :, :
across public roads in this! State. (which Is lung-scrofula In its early it Co. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed. Mattings n spcchlty. : :-. D8XLKK8 IHFamily '::: .S ,
: tltjl;'L>H) It IK an unf'Arullc1e.ll't'me.ly, .

THE SENATE-April 23, '1)1.) ---For Sale.--- SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIESIn
Tho bills introducedread
following wire Finest I
central location in the city of
by their titles only the first 'erniindina. Two 100 fort square loll In Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hosiery nnd Gloves. A largo; stock of "

lime, and referred to committees : mo bio'k ; high' ground' ;on iii rue Rtreits nts' and Misses HOOTS AND 8HOKS at bottom
For the better prevention and of riot's( 111111.1110\110 se\cn-room cottage on lot 1. pricesGe Wo are agent for I li 1 I'. ;Heed it Go's Ladies' line and Fancy Groceries
mobs and tumult, pru'ldillgCor
checking and surprising' the Neighborhood nnsurpassed. City water Shoes and the celebrated W. I. Douglas ShO 8.

Slime and flue brisk. well.. Terms,one-fourth irOrders by mail receive prompt attention, anti all orders amounting

Senate bill relative to carrying rash ; balance on lime Address An care to ten dollars' and over sent freight prepaid. .

concealed: weapons wan taken up] for MIUHOR olliii) ,
consideration, but m indefinitely postponed A-Good- Chance- -- J. & T. KYDD, -AND- -

defeat.,. which practically menus its 1 I For Kila-Twenty-aires of improved Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
and, with house and oak grove, in
etrNEw YORK Omcs 83 Walker St, }' FERNANDINA, FLA.
.
: Amelia Amelia Island thc
TUB HousE' -April 23, 91. City, on near
!The following bills were in'roduccd city of Fernaiulma I'inolocation, good TABLE: DELICACIES TNtt. t
l and referred lunate; nit.1I01''t\ )', with, school, etc
To incorporate :tho- II OIllO II"S:' For luirtiuilarx" apply to 1'mis MIRROR. .. WM. U. C. DURYEE : ( q r rr y. :I.'

and \Vilhlacoochte Railroad: corn- sy; .' ,
: p:my, and to grant certain lands to LUMBER MERCHANT. e *" "*" ..
.
aid in the construction of mid rail eG ;
rOil'I. 47 Centre Street, ...) ,

To incorporate tho Florida Loan:\ Do you want any DRUGS ? -* ';d":* _.

and Trust Company.] Yellow Pine, Red Cedar 5FERNANDINA
Relating to tho appointment olmaaUw Do you want any MEDICINES ? tI1R ;IIERI'llllu ..
in .
chancery.To
-AND- J
compel) 1 railroads: and 8team! Do you want any PERFUMERY? raa. 4. FLO It ID..l "
(boats: end individual! engird: in :;".ANC'"Z' WOODS.FERNANDINA : .

the business of transporting fn'iJJt;; Do you want any Sachet P 0 W- ---
to 1'1'damRII.a: for destroying! or injuring .
t', freight, caused by careless! DERS ? ,FLORIDA. HENRY W. KING & CO- TST. T. PROCTOR
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handling or by negligence.To : '
Do you want a pair of SPEC Dr. JOHN I .
the Florid Hap: C. PERINE
incorporate .
---- (Successors to Angel Friend) .
list ( JnvcnlioolMaking TACLES warranted to fit? I j WHOL..f. IN
N. B. BORDEN & C()
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United States revenue RESIDENT : DENTIST .
,
license M liquor deale-r prima facia Do you want your money's worth? orrics OVER POST-OfICR. Bakers i Confectioners BEEF PORK F,1UrrON
TF.DNNDINA FLA.LnmberMercIiantSsSIiip.
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evidence that the party to whom FKRNANDINA FLOUIDA. ,
issued. 1 is engaged In,such business. If so, call on AKD DEALERS IK -
Requiring notice to bo given before ; ? Brokers
FillDAYS : P.
0. BOX 138
probating and providing manner tie G. BENJAMIN & CO. unlar.11ll I p mHKliWuin ,: Groceries and Provisions ,
and, mode of probating\ last wills yean* grantee, Modern fli-nlMryi' AGINTH'on
all Lraucliit. Futlra iatl>Tiu>ttiiu (Iveu sad FIHCXANDINA, FLOUII A.
and testaments. tlmratt mtuti to mil Ac ttmnix. N. ,v. Cor. Centre and M Sts.
> The SiUonal Baal .r f the SUttEXriUKOK .r nurida.l.1CDOS1U.E. ,
Druggists and Jewelers.) ------ -- -- --- - .
Joint resolution amending !section:
2, article] 10 of the Constitution of j. BAITSII:: : .. ELA. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA GUY'S MARKET,

Florida, 00 as to read as ]lollows : ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT U!, IJnrOHT A SOLD AT (PROCTOR OLD STAND) '
The exemption provided for in section UANKPIW K.VrK8.
1, of article 10 of the constitution FERNANDINA, FLA. Best Bread in the Best Beef button Pork Poultry
FEW ToaE'ome.. 10 S> WALL ITlEEt City, ;
of Florida: shall Inure to the \\rlLL practte.intaeCircuit.HUM n J Dal. .
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ted Stall! Court. wU2y j SAAUrsAQII: :eTC.Froe .
and descendants of jI 'FORSALEAt
widow DELIVERED AT
JrIRE.Pl'lOOF YOpR DOORS.
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to such theJa1'tyel1lille'tl ---I Delivery_to_all_ palls, of&114 city.
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R,. E. BLAIR -- r -- -
C in Florida, at the time of histhe RUBBER ROOF PAINT. tlTAIIU taD PIAU twWATCHESjCLOCKSeJEWELRY, TnJEGMON'l' :- THOS. EASTM00REACINTRACTOReANDIeBWLDER CHAS. MULLER'STONSORIAL
d J'1 following. proportionshalf I ; : STABLES. .,

'y te- thereof to the widow, I SELL. TIn: FAIHT 02 S3 T2S wcn%. I 'V rri458 AND JLQIWBS, I PARLORS
i I. > a widow, and I the rom ..I0....$(1&""tlse t criaae. :, ;, : ,: -AM)-
,f to the child or chil- 1' 1CIlLLY.Caesar 1"T. One Ko -Neat tlMrrlage, -
n t fourth sod BlnwU. < -WORK WARRANTED'TrAnitANTY 1ETB "" BATHING
ESTABLISHMENT
Anb One I"" .
l I U
their AXDINA. FLA.
descendants
dre 0 or '- -- r-- : Seeersl'fro
ndt
e the J. '.J41I; : the Interests their TI fn: U.e1.aD 1w.JseeCiuurln..n. ;!rI.lu.::: \T Y cap, I legal; Wad and 1'rlnlvo1ln hfortgggsr gu.l| 'JIII Road< rig., rigs X -RoOn\a praaptlr pot on, an4IOCI&""' '' CESTKB STREET worn NEAR Y'n DEPOT. .. _.,...
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;'IOarogt' "o taunts; \ would take if e.t t kwflM.ala..rora. and too sale at Tli. !llIr'oftll", ( ) ""'w.' U. F.,Alt ERIY, rror>rit<>r, KukbiuuM-Curncr UkcnlutltuikUiiKtCdiupU-te BlUi w'>a CalhoouS tnt, PROVIDED > UTU EVERY M My COWKJOfCE feour. ..'
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