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I THE FERNANDINA FERNANDINAREco f f fVOLUME
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VOLUME 2
FERNANDINA FE A NAFLORIDA FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 24 1908 NUMB NUMBER R 39I 39
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UECISIUNOF IopSUPREME
OF SUPREME COURT COURTRIGHT COURTRIGHT
RIGHT R HT OF F P PUBLIC TO OYSTERS 0 FROM FROMNAVIGABLE FROMNAYIGABLE
NAVIGABLE N STREAMS STREAMSCase
Case Went U UJ IR Writ if Error Fru Nassau NassauCy NassauCIUltyDJilill Na scan
Cy CIUltyDJilill ty 0piiiiii by b r Jill JiJgeThe JillW o oWMItfisM
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The supreme court has just render rendered ¬
ed an opinion in the suit of the State Stateol
ol Florida ex rel W H Ellis At Attorney Altorney Athrney ¬
torney General vs Gustav 6u tav Gerbing Gerbingwrit
writ of f error from Nassau Na sau county countywhich count countwhich countywhich
which is of such
general interest as asinvolving UMimflling
involving the light of the public to totake tntake
take oysters o teroj in or on the shores ofrtuvigahle of ofnavigable ufJHtiJahle
navigable waters below belli high waternick water watermark nt r rIlIark
mark markThe IlIarkTht nickIhtt
The full ded deuixion jou is I of such lengththat length lengththat 1 IIth I
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that we cannot give e it space p e but tii tilt tiltgbt thtgist t
gist of the decision Ilecio < iuli is as follows folio Wi i IThe
I Iand
The navigable waters watt > ri in the theit stales stalesand it at atts attsand
and the lands under Much waters in including inclutling including ¬
cluding the shore or lands between betweenordinary ltttwetnor
ordinary or illary high and low watermarks watermarksare
are tile property of the States or of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the people of the states Mhtt in their til ir united unitedor
or sovereign soer ign capacity 11 ltcdy and are held heldnot heldnot heldnot
not for the purpose of ale or conver conversion cctnver cctnversion converson ¬
sion into other values vldu i or reductioninto reduction reductioninto ftfluctioninto
into several t cnll or individual ownership ownershipbut
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but for the use of all the people of the thestates th thstates e
I Islutes I
states respectively r lJCCli vely for 1the the purpose of ofnavigation ofnavigation ofnavigation
navigation commerce fishing and andother ltUdother andother
other useful u eful purposes urpo J afforded by bfthel th thwatery the thewateis e
watery in common to and an for the peo people MO MOpie ¬
pie of the states tl1t The title to the thelands th thlands e I
lands of this li character were withheld withheldby
II IIby
A by the original HrJg luti ni tat bdes itesof sof of this Union UnlHn4ienti111 na naessential Ise
essential e to the sovereignty KO reJKuty of thh thhstates thej thejstates thtlstat i
1 1fl states stat to the welfare of the people pt1pl of ofthe orl orlthe I
fl the states stut and a nd to the theproper proper exert exertof exercise exerciseof
of the police powers 1 1A wers of the slates slatesA stttt
A sate may 1II1I make limited disposi disposilion disp disposiion h htion
lion of portions of such su h lands or o of ofv ofil f
y v tile il eu use e thereof in the interest h Interest ter l of f the thepublic theM
I Ipublic
public welfare where the rights o of ofthe ofth f
M ot
the th whole people P ople of the state as asrqt to tonavigation tonaviltat t 0
rqt
navigation lm and other uses US I of the thewaters thewaters th t
waters are ure not materially impaired impairedThestates imp impairedThe ired iredlhe
Thestates The stutes t1tteM cannot abdicate general generalcontrol genemlcontrol generaI I
I control over such lands hl uls and the wa watera Wate witI ¬
I tera te thereon SInce such abdication abdicationwould Itbdic tioll tiollwould n
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would be inton inconsistent in nsittmt with the im implied implied iulplied ¬
plied legal duty dut of the states sttt to pre preserve irk e
k serve and anclcontrnl control such lands and the th C Cr t > j I Iwaterd
r waters thereon and the use 6f f them themfor tt 1IJ u i j I Ifor
v for the public pub iC good goodTo goodTo I Ir I
r 0 To d develop VloP resources oUlre < andencgbrag andencgbragindustries and encourage encouragej 1I ir irt e
t I j industries the stale Mt t by h statdte statdtevides pro pr prR
1 vides for granting limited privilege privilegto privileto 1
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r to individuals to plant oysters in inthe inthepublic iuthpublic the thepublic e
public waters of the state The stat statute staute t ¬
tll
+ 4 ute provides that such rights shall shallnot shallnot sha shanot ll
not obstructor obstruct r interfere with th thi the thenavigation thenavigation e
i navigation of any of the navigable navigablewafers navigatili > Je Jew e
i wafers w fer of the th thestate state and also provides providesthat providethat
41 that all the existing natural or ma maiernal matenlal m a aof
iernal oyster beds b ds in the watersthe waters of
ofl
the state are exempt from the pro provisions provisIons proI ¬
I visions of the act and that such nat n tinural t tural
> ural or maternal oyster beds shall shaUImain re remain t tt e ¬
t main for the free use of the tithew citizens citizensof ns is isIs
t of this w state Gen Stats of ofFlorid ofFloridt4U Florida FloridaUUtoG4l s
< UUtoG4l UUtoG4lThe 40 to fill fillThe 6411he
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The rights of the people of the state stateto sta stato to e
to the navigable navi 8ttle waters and the lands landsthereunder landsU1ere lam IsWereunderr Is
Isw
U1ere thereunder nder including the shores shorebetween or orspace orsp
s space sp P between ordinary high and low lowwater lowwatet to w
water siPat siPatrated er mark in the state are desig designated desi esignated g ¬
47 nated for the public welfare and the thestate theJ tl ie toe iee iele
J state 3 t may ru regulate Iate such rights there thereBunder titerunder e
c under nder for the benefit of the whole wholepeople 1holei who whoIf le lees
If i people peop of the state as circumstances circumstancesmay clrculDstancesW8yeman circurustancbJect es esie
may W8yeman demand < l sly slypowers subject s bject of course cour to the thepowers theen t ie ieu ieal
powers en ofcthe o thecongre the congress in the prem premIses PrefIse u
1 1Ises
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lils lilsAsthe
As Asthe the respondent d dent nt shown 3h Y no legal legalclafnV legalf leg leg4elaitn al alIs
4elaitn clafnV 1 toieiSliive to L esNtltve f rights on Ina Inab InarSble lands landsT Is
i T cw cwunder
j under uooertb endererloci tben beiMfttle b e lt rSble bIe waters ters of the thethoie t i re
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r ri iv ivr erloci DCJ i k thoie Ja lands aiX between bctwenJ bctwenift beta een
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PLAYING PLA DNG GOODBALL GOODBALLTfceN GOOD GO BALL BALLDe BALLN
TfceN De N i A c Base Ball team TUllu IB tie e Roadfor Road Riadfir Rladfir
fir a Series if Games GamesThe GalesThe GamosThe
The N A C base ball team of ofFernandina ofFernandina ofFernandina
Fernandina left here last Monday Mondayfor lIonda lIondafor
for a number of games in West Flor Florida Florililt ¬
ida Though they met defeat dt fett t thefirst the thefirst thefirst
first two games tmJes they thl art playing playinggood Ila playluggall llg llggood
good ball and hope to return nt urn with withthe wUhthe
the larger number of gaim tJJI < played plaYlto
to their credit creditThe creditThe creditThe
The first game Ulle mi n tin1 Lis road was wasplayed WtlSph wasplayed
played ph ed TucMlay with Mnnticello lt1l1t tello and andis am amis
is aid > to havi 111 1 hccii a t splendid > exhi exhibition exhibition exhiion ¬
bition bit ion ot ball halllliI phning plat itl jog thescore stand standing stan staninK standg ¬
inK lu g 2 to 1 in favor iii vlr of the home team teamAgain teamAgain
Again WrdwMlay they were werede weredeft defhuttd de defeated ¬
feated ft > tt11 i h by > y Monticello to the tune of 6 6to i ito
to I
Thurday lhurtla they tlU went to Live Oak Otkwhef
wl when they tn y succeeded in defeating defeatingi
th thbv tho team of that city in a great g eat gamea game gameby gamehy
bv by a score of 1 to 0 In the lattergame laUergame latter faltergame
game the playing of Walker for our ourclub ourcluh
club was the feature of the contest contestDuring
During the game lIme he gave up only onlythree onlyUmc
three th ree hits truck out thirteen men menmid menMud
mid out of four times at the bat batlIuul battrade
made two single and two double hits hitsJII hitsrlKlay
Today JII ttY they play Live Oak anothergNine another anothergame anotherglUnt
game and tomorrow they th y go o toWhite to toWhite toVhite
White Springs for one n game with the theteam theteam theteam
team of that place They have havestrong havestrong havestrong e
strong hopes of taking both of If th the thelatter thelatter e
latter games and it is i the wish o of oftile f
the fans here that their hopes hu hup r l may mayre be beeiiized
re realized eiiizedNext liztxl
Next week we may 11I8 expect to toe see seedne
One On e or two games on the local localgrounds localgrou
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grounds grou gruuudsu lids
lidsSHIPPING
SHIPPING NEWS NEWSSchoonqr NEWSSchon
Schoonqr Schon t3ch ronQr r Adelaide Barbour Cap Captain Captain ¬
tain ta mn Tilton arrived last Saturday Saturdayfrom
from New York for J H Hill She Shefinished Shefinished Sh e
finished fi lint loading yesterday noon noonCargo noonCargo
Cargo consisting 870000 feet an and andsailed and8RiIecLthi d
sailed 8RiIecLthi chi morning monlingfhrNew for New York YorkBritish YorkrltiHh
British Steamship Larne L rne CaptainAtkinson Captain CaptainAtkinson I
Atkinson A sailed yesterday for Sa Savannnh
vannah vannnh She loaded a cargo phos phosphute Ih Ihhute lrhosphute
phute hute and navat stores lIe Messrs rs Jno JnoG JnnG
G x MeGiHin 1 Gitlill Co were the agents agentsThe tt agentsThe ents entsThe
The British Steamship Lincairn LincairnCaptain LincnirnC LincttirnCaptain
C Captain ptllin Jacksonarrived Jackson arrived from Gi Gibralttr t
I bralter Tuesday and is consigned to toStruchan t o
Strachan A Co for cargo phosphaje phosphajeand phosph phosphatnd e eami
and a nd naval stores The Lincairn is a asister aIister
sister < Iister suer ship of the Ecl Eclesia Eclesiahe EclesiaThe ia
The he British Steamship Steam hip Eclesia Eclesiapiain Eclesia1Rn EciesiC3t a
C3t piain 1Rn Dorman arrived from Phil Philadelphia Phll8fplphia Phil11phis i ¬
adelphia l lSfafuin g Monday and is i consigned to tosVrachnn t tg tStrachlin o
sVrachnn Co for cargo of phophate phos phosphate phosphate ¬
phate and a d naval stores storesThe storesThe
The Belgian Steamship Iris Cap Captain Captain Ca P ¬
tain Thiriar is due today or to tomorrow tomorrow t ¬
morrow morrowThe morrowEhe morrows morrowsThe
The Schooner Bertha E Down Downhas Downes Downeshas Downeshas es s
has been chartered by Cooney Ecks Eckstein Eckstein 5 ¬
t tein Co to take cargo switch tiesThe ties tiesThe s sThe
The Schooner Henry F Kreger h hbeen has hasbeen 18 18is
t been chartered for fora a cargo cross ties tiesand tiesand ti
and is due dueThe ue 2 2The
The Schooner Sarah p D Fell F Fellchartered U is ischartered Ischartered isle
chartered to take cargo cargo of yellow pine pinelumber pinelum pit le lect e
lumber lum > er for New York YorkThe YorkThe
The Schooner Frank W V Benedict Benedictis ct ctis
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is chartered chart redto to fake cargo of yellow yellowpine yellowpine Melloh Mellopine w
h
pine lumber lumberThe J JTbe
The Schooner Chas S Hirsh is isf isalso isIB isalso
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also due for cargo of yellow yelloWp pine pinelumber pi pilumber n ne nelumber IB
lumber from the Hirsh Lumber Co OJordinary
ordinary or normal high and lo low lowwater lowwater w
water marks the referee should have haveentered haveentered ha
entered a judgment against the res resixnident respondent
ixnident ondent as to such lauds below high highwater hl R h hwater
water mark in which he claimsclusive claims cl ims ex exclusive exclus ¬
clusive clus e privilege privilegeqThe privilegeThe pr ileg r rThe
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The judgment iud menus revenKI ref sod the thet theawe ih e
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< cause = is remanded for proper pro procetdings procetdings pm
cetdings to ascertain rtainand and tidJud adjudge adjudgedefinitely adjudgedefinitely e
definitely the rights of the thepariies thepariiesunder l parties partiesunder
under the principles pri herein stated stated1JIf
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A ROUSING MEETING OF OFFERNANDINA OFFERNANDINA OFFERNANDINA
FERNANDINA
I 1T THE UE BUILDING OF ANOTHER RAILROAD TO THIS
SETTLED AT LAST LASTCitizens LASTCitizens LASTfldlls
Citizens pi Ci j Take up the Pmp Proposition itloa and Determine to fart fartit tamit or orft
it to Successful ConclusionsLarge Conclusions Large Amount of olStock ofStock ofStock
Stock Promised by Our Business Men
The people of Fernandina and andNassau andNassau andassau
Nassau N assau county have at last adopted adoptedthe
the only plan by which they may mayever mayever mayer
ever ev er hope to have another railroad railroadand railroadRnd railroadand
and one by which if carried to con conclusions conelusion conusions ¬
elusion cl will doubtless doubtl s give us an anoutlet anoutlet anutlet
outlet o and inlet over two or three threeroads threeroads threeroads
roads roadsA
A meeting of the business menom men menfrom menfrom
from fr om all parts of the county was wascalled wasculled waslled
called ca lled by Mr S A Swann Presi President Presillent Presient ¬
dent d ent of the Board of Trade for last lastenthusiastic lastTuesday lastuesday
Tuesday T afternoon and a large andnthusiastic and andenthuMiastic
ei enthusiastic crowd was present Mr MrSwann MrSwann MrSwann
o Swann stated the object of the meet meeting meetiug meeting ¬
h ing which had been made known in inthe inthe inthe
the call and all present gave th thatter the thematter thematter e
matter m their hearty endorsement endorsementThe
The proposition as set forth at th theeting the themeeting themeeting e
meeting m was to build the road from fromFernandina fromli fro m
t Fernandina li to Hilliard where con connection connection ¬
n nection would be made with the A AC AC AC
c C L It is further believed that the theroad theroad th thoad e
r road < to this point would cause the theSouthern theSouthern th thouthern e
Southern S to build a connecting link linkfrom linkfrolD
from St George thus affording us usanother usan u unother y
another an a t great g t sYlJt systAii > rr bw b c wbich wbichlimitk tvhiclunter Jalch JalchJurnter h
limitk ab > r naval stores stor stortle etc j would wouldrought be bebrought bJ bJbrought bet
brought b to this port And then thenagain tlienagain t
again a as the people Iltpleuf of Jacksonville Jack40nviUereg Jackonvillegard c
regard reg r rd as a certainty lertamtytbe the extension ett ecteni9 nsi 9 r ra rthe o othe nf nft nfthe f
t
the A B Jt A from Way Vaycruisto Vaycruistothat cross tt to tothat
that t city our Hilliard H lard road would wouldthen wouldthen t ti u uh uhhen I
then t have a third connection with t a atrunk atrunk i
trunk t line to the great west westAfter westAfter westAfter
After a general discussion m cu sitn of th thproposition the thepropositiun c
proposition however r nothing deli dclio dclinie delirite
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rite was W S determined as a to the direrhin direc direction
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lion t of the road rou nor the objective C objecUvIwiut jectivcpoint
point wiut out of Fernandina that queHon ques > i ition
lion being left to a committee ol lif fifteen 111teen
teen men appointed Ul ilted at the meeting mectlngtog g
together tog tlllr with the early arJ invt tigatiu tigatiuo u
ut
ot all matters pertaining fo o the con cunstruction cutatruttion t
structionof of the road and the tutu tutustun forliJUlulien u i
stun of plans for the or unization unizationof unizalitof n
of the company and the solicitation solicitationof n
of stock
l I i After such action is v vAfter taken taken by the theo th tl ie
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THE n CHUMS AND ANDTwi FRlEIIDSJ FRlEIIDSJTn
tyro Ural THIS if u KM I ff Sin zf NayGam PlayGall Nay FlatGame
Gall if But Ball B I ILustMcmda
LastMonday Last Monday morning on the localgrounds toe toegrounds il
grounds two twohase base ball nines composed composedof CO compos composof posed posedoFernandina et Ml
of oFernandina Feraandina8 smaller set crossedbats c cbats tosse
bats in a warmly wRrmlycoutedted contested game gamewaking gamlmaking gun gunmaking te
making some plays that would woultlha ha ve vebeen
been roundly applauded in a Stateleague Sta
league game gameTen gameTen garoeTen
Ten innings were w re necessary rr to de decide decide
cide tideh the Jh game which resulted ed infavor
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favor of the Chains Chul Chuuorsi 1S by bya a t score evore1l o
12 to 9 rJThee 9T
The T e following rcl f > wlug lng i ii the the lineup of or thetwo f
two teams
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Chums ums j Friends FriendsWilliams FrI FriendsWilliams ends
j jWUI14ms
Williams c MnrpbyJf MnrpbyJfLohman Murphy if
Lohman s s a aMcKay Rogersss RogersssMcKay Rogers 9
McKay p IIyingWn IIyingWnOxford Liyingiccj LiyingiccjOxford G
Oxford If S SlltW0 p pG pG
G B lb Vehnar 1 l b bCone
Cone rr Torrent orr nt 2 b bW b1cs
W 1cs 3 3b b Augu Augustine tine3 g gMann b bIann
Mann 2 b Job tiQoti cf t tBluleyJ
Bailey ct Mu Iaip 1ttr 1ttrThe ttlr ttlrThe
The same two clubs i n nr
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r faitt t game for next TuesdaY Taestlayatl i iit
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bite ite aU Who vl ho enjoy base b 8ebaUth ball thl 4 t
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hays ball to come out to the gains gainsS
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committee another mass meetin meetinwill
will be called for the ratification ofthe o othe
the committes cotnmit to s report and then the thepreliminaries thepreliminaries th thpreliminaries e
preliminaries for actual work will willbegun be bebegun bebegun I
begun begunThe begunihe begunThe
The unity of sentiment as exrresded ex expressed expr ¬
pressed pr d at the first meeting mak makes makesthe makesthe e S
the project a Certainty and the de determination determination d e ¬
termination with which our most in influential influential uifiueatial ¬
fluential citizens took hold of the enterprise en enterprise enterprise ¬
terprise could not fail of success even evenif evenif eveIf n
if the undertaking required a much muchgreater muchgreater mac macgreater h
greater expenditure and was of less lessimportance ledSimportance l limportance
importance to the welfare of our city cityand cityaOlI tit titand y
and county countyIt cpunty cpuntyIt
It will be expected that every ma man manin manin n
in Fernandina subscribe 8u cribe to the full fullextent fullextent f u uextent 11 I
extent of his means nobodys nobod y s sub subscription subscripton subneviPton ¬
scription to be called for except by byinstallments byImtallments b bnstallments Y y
installments i as actually needed neededFernandinas n neededFernandinas ed edFernandinas
Fernandinas interests inter ts have suf suffered suffered su sufeted ¬
f fered < for many years for lack of an another another ¬
other railroad all on account of its itsdependance itsdependance it s
dependance upon outside capital and andoutside andr andoutMide an anutside d
r
outside O ° people for the construction of ofMime ofameL
Mime + ameL but we W haye at last I t learned learnedfit learn e
fit J T f
tlifi 4h t TLf Ifv Lf ts only way Y to get getwhat what we wewant weant
want w ant i is by our Wn efforts and in inlh inr i itE n
1 tE l lh i = way wn we huve determined to tohave toImve I
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have another railway and that noth nothI not notitl t
I I itiu itl t d shall deter det r us in the steps s ep r now SlOWI no w
I l h Inmtg > oi > mien toward the building t of uffJrlll i f
e fJrlll pcuINred sed road rmui rmuiWaldl
Vadi what determined and andeffort an d I
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Ili I tilttht 1 effort Will do ami see if a new newis n nI nrai ne nerulwad a iV
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rai rulwad MlJ is Out reaching reachill out from fromj trot trothtraluldiuu u
j Kernnndina 1 1i F r liIlldinu within ithin the next ut xt few fewi fewmonths fewIIUtthi fe feI tv
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i months nun tllsi We are re e waking up U I to our ourwVis ourI u ur
I i hut wVis la and u t that is S all that will willinn be benic bet Hi
inn i nic ary Jo t make Fernamliiia l one ue of ofKit ofIh > f
t Kit Ih niggest and liviest IiV livit tSl st towns in the iii iiiride o
Stu 1 t1 of Florida Fip ride Ve have the thehvnnfag It to
li + uartl au hvnnfag vantages for the making urttkin urttkintulllt s
Ilil1 luiOtjjrand traml city and to that we intend JlllemiI d
liYWl I ttini r fl l whatever whtu cr is necessiiry nccc try to tClUJtike tClUJtikeIq make lua le
i Iq Itfctitti < i ty t < ouipareifavoral tfpi par Jofaomhiy > iy with our ourto ourI o oI u rke
I t hiJ h 5 yiprlcedcd ICClleti to he the theoiAhetluuth thei1 tl ie
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k t oiAhetluuth oidhC uth Atlantic coast coastFRIDAYS COIIsth consMENG
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1 FRIDAYS AS ASiii MEETING MEETINGB
B iii of Trade Hears Ir Blain on Adver Adverft AdYerUsil itdr itdrY er r
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Usil I Il ptifil L ft
It U l a called c ll meeting meetih of f the Board BoardntdtdJd Boa rd
ntdtdJd rt t fJritJay rrtluy ftt fternuo fternuon > moon mooni ti tiie
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t Je ismg i proposition was was offer offerby offerhy r
by Mr 11 r William WiI iani TjBIain of ofk3 f
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lksunyilte k3 nv le Mr Blain represents ts
Rkan F n of ihe largest newspapers newsp per in ini intnited i n
i United States Stat
and he has a pro prop P
alt to advertise Floridas indus and 3
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b a page or more in each of ofH
H ie seven papers to appear simulta simultatsly simultaI simultally a i
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ally I ly on a a Sunday Sunda as soon its the thetf t ie ieid
tf > r rising ti ing matter can bj gotten up upBlalns upf u uc P
c Yr f Blalns proposition prop ition received receivedjrrmsideration rece receivrcrosideration e j
jrrmsideration rcrosideration sideration by the Board and a idu id idr idtit I
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u Jiiiinittee was as appointed to hive inveaite in hiveate s i
ite the matter I Later ater however howevercommittee hOfeerCOllUl1itt hotceyeeoruutittee r
committee reported to the Board Boardowing BoardtJ Boa rd d
tJ 1 owing ti wiugto to other more lro important importantru ilnportautte porta portatern tit
te tern ru which the city cit and county countyunder count countunthr ty tynt tity y
under consideration consi cmtion it was not notjtfht a nt 31
hJ jtfht ht advisable tdvbtl l to further consider considerBlaiifs cOI1 c on ider id idI er
1 Blaiifs Blaill proposition propositionitaiital prolw3itionGlod
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A Glod IN itaiital bl3eltalunl1 itaiitalLor HwbJrtiick
Lor sick r and an ailing clocks is a at t Sub Suba Suls
a Jewelry Store Clocks sent nt for forlired fortired to r
lired tired and returned ret Jrned KJxnptly KJxnptlymoderate ptJy ptJyrge P tl Y
ryes moderate mo erate Repairing Repa i ng of oaIJ oaIJtis ofSvasEx all allj3 Yall 11
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ELECTION OF COUNCILMEN COUNCILMENTfce EN
The four Farmer lemtors Were Reelected ReelectedLast
Last Tuesday TU6sdayThe
The election for councilman in inwards inwards inwards
wards Nos 1 and 3 was held last lust1uesday lastTuesday
Tuesday at the Water Works build building buildingand building
ing ingand and the City Hall respectively respectivelyTwo
Two members from each eac ward were wereelected wereelected werelected e
elected The follows result was as follows followsWARD fouowy
WARD NO No1 1 1J 1J
J Jo W V Simmons f 31 31Geo 31Goo 3 3Geo 1
Geo L Roux RouxRSCook 3 3RS 33 33R
RS RSCook R S Cook 14 14John 14John 1 1John I
John Stays Jr 1 1John ir
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John Stays Sr
SrWAnD
WARD NO 3 3F 3F
F E Hernandez HernandezT
T J DScGiflinReturns McGiffin
WTheo V Theo Waas 2 2Returns 2Ucturns
Returns show the election of J W WSimmons IVSimmons V VSimmons
Simmons Geo L Roux F E Her Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez ¬
nandez and W V Theo Waas all of ofwhom ofwhom o f
whom w were former members of th the theboard theboard e
board b
DEFINITIONS NEED FIXING FIXINGThe FIXING1he
The manufacturer insists upon set setting setting setling ¬
ting the price on the labor l hur he buys buysand buysand s
and the goods he sells sellsThat sellsThat sellsThat
That is called business businessThe businessThe
The workmgmati asks the privil privilege
ege of having a voice in setting the theprice theprice th thprice e
price of his commodity labor and andwant
want to be protected against th thrapacity the therapacity therapacity e
rapacity of trusts and combinations combinationsThat
That is called arrogance arroganceManufacturers arrogance1lanufacturers arroganceManufacturers
Manufacturers combine to raise the theprice theprice th e
price by limiting the supply of goads goadsmanufactured goxJsmanuf s
manufactured manufacturedThat manuf ctured ctured1hat
That is called high finance financeWorkingmen financeyorkingl financeNorkinginen
Workingmen yorkingl n organize unions uitittnvent to toprevent toprevent
prevent vent l injustice jutice and to elevatt the thestandard i I
standard of labor laborThat i I IThat I
That id I called interferring in with withfree Withfree i J I I
free and independent labor laborA laburm laburmA
A trust is formed to buy bu up small smalland 1 I
I and independent factories and close closelliem cJoseI eftstttcw e
I lliem l down for the I
purple lurl C of con controlling cunI cantrultwg ¬
I I trolling the supplythis supply tiulplyThis
This is called business enterprise
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Labor unions seek to control the theappreuticc ti L
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apprentice system to It the end that l l tl labur lailur la
bur be not reduced r to starvation starvationbasis taralillIbasi 1
basis basisThat
That hat is called preventing the theouth th e
youth outh of the land from learning u uful ire ireful e ¬
ful trades tradesA tratleA a 3
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A financier i
steals a million en entrusted ¬
I trusted trutell to his care carlI
I j He e is hailed as a Napoleon of Fi Finance F 1 ¬
nance nanceA
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A workingman steals a loaf of c f
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I bread for his hungry babies IJai and is i S SSeth i iient
sent to jail for 01 six months monthsThat nuulhsthat I Irhtlt
That is called justice justiceA J1 I IA I
A band of rich men m cii combine conine to toprevent t U Uprevent
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prevent changes chall 0 in administration administrationthat ti
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that might injure their schemes schemesThey schcmesThe dcheulesthey
They The are called conservatives conservativesA VCl VClA
A butyl of thoughfuluien with no noaxes n naxes I IaX
axes aX to grind associate themselves to tobring t 0 J Jbring
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bring about needed reforms reforms1II in gov govl governuiental gCJVrn go goeCDntelllal v
ernuiental rn lental affairs l I I
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They rl y are tailed uIJ d dangerous agita agi tu i ito
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tots to 11
A llockebilt social function costs COi k I IJ5OOO
35000 and 000000 worth of din dind t i
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monds are on display d I play playThdt
That is called evidence of pros prosperity propetits s j I
perity peritytora perityTen I
Ten thousand idle workingmen workingmenapply tvorkingnleP 11 1 1
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apply for help
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That is called evidence of shift jjhiftlessness t
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lessness lessnessClearly I lessn n s J i iCledrJ
Clearly CledrJ we are in need neClfof of u com commission cornmbiion I
mission to reconcile the difference in inour U I J Jour
our line of definitions d finitionThe The Com 1 I
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UNION W11IUI1 SERVICES UUIlllUUUt SERVICESThe
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The union service of the Meth Methdirt
dirt Baptist apt it and 1reaby Preihrterian terms n Uchurches IchurcheJ
churches will be held next Sunday Sundl Sundaevening J f j jevening i i ievening
evening at the Baptist church anll an tl I I
r rUev rItev j
Kev J A Heudry Hendr Presiding Elder lad er r I j j jof Iof
of the Methodist church will prtach prtachthe prcac h I Ithe
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I FU F UIthIERANCE HEH NCE OF WORKft WORK
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SE URING ft B 5A 5AH ft ftliNCOMfflONICATIOHWITHTHEWAY AIN
ill liNCOMfflONICATIOHWITHTHEWAY liNCOMfflONICATIOHWITHTHEWAYCROSS IN N COMMUNICATION I WITHJHE I H WAY WAYCROSS
CROSS C BOARD OF F TRADE TRADEBelief JRnDEBelief
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Belief That the thaJuggle Company Cannot Allan I < ti tiJuggle taJuggle
Juggle With the Proposition to ExtendRoad Extend ExtendRoad ExtendRoad
Road to Jacksonville JacksonvilleThe Jacks nvillo nvillo1he
The following folloln communication from fromthe fromthe
the Waycross W n cross Board of Trade m e allows allowsthat howsth
that th t nothing is i to be left undone to tcwart toward t twllrd
wart ward securing the extension of the theA tbeA theB
A B A 1 railroad from Waycross Waycrossto
to Jacksonville via ia St Marys 1ar and anaFernandina andFernttudim andF
Fernandina FernandinaWuycrossijta FernttudimWuycro55 F ernandinttWuycrussxa
Wuycrossijta Wuycro55 Utl July J uy 20th 20thMr HIOS 1iUf3DIr HIOSi1r
Mr Saml A Swann Wtlnll Pres PresFeruandina PreFerutlnl1ina PresFeraandiuu
Feruandina Flu FluDear FJaD
Dear D ar Sir SirI I am in receipt rccciplllf of u f your yourtier yourIt
It ter to the Board of oflrade Trade relative relativetoLthe rchltiveto
toLthe to the A B A extension from fromthiscity fruncit fruuttny E
thiscity tny cit city to Jacksonville and will willstatelthat willthat willstate
state statelthat that it will be considered coni crctl at our ournext ouroard ournext
next toard meeting meetingWe meetinghOlJe r rhope
We Mhope hope you ou folks will follow our outand ourand
and appoint a strong troa com comact ¬ I Iact
examp exampmil exawpmattee
mil mattee tee teemitlees t act with and nd twist lnecoua lnecouaJacksonville the coltmittees row rowfrom S r rfrom
mitlees mitleescross from Jacksonville IVayzgeruld Way Wayaud Wayzgernld
cross crosswhen Fm zgernld and nd 8U t Marya Maryaall Maryswhen Itrysh
when w h en they theyi theyfer tl ICY ICYtl all go to Atlanta to con conAtkinson
11 i Atkinson and his hi assoelates asso assoexamp l O Oler
fer ler with WI tl I M Mciates Jf1 Jf1C
elates ciatesWe C ates atesWe
We will willadvise very glad if you ou will willin r rU
in as you ou make the thecan
advise i d vu e us as asappointment s
e eeau can gel our plans planstogether
appointment so soall 80III a i
cl L ltI clher also alsoWe
together
all a al III l laid a Id to work wor k and <
Ma nay y cannot cannotix
We feel that me Co Coafford
1 < ix tension xtcm tensionni ion
afford to juggle 1 with mis misaul lill lillllropudil 1a11rrupo3itiuu
I llropudil tll aul ve l aoIIC ojiu u I w > ni n
so ytr very cr plain l Iult that tal at the raini rainiseeing
ot help helpso I
s seeing thc iulymitage of uiw uiwJacksonville L
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Jacksonville J NOW ow v vWith c c11ith
With best wishes wishesVery wi he heP
Very P truly tr trulvtnrs yours yoursSigned
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Signed A xL VILLEEecr VILLEE VILLEESeen ILLEL3ecrttary
Seen 3ecrttary ecr tary tar Uoani BonrLuf II j ofTrade ofTradeIn rade radeIn
In furtherance of tr tot request r con containedin cnntailledill conGtiuediu
tainedin the above communication communicationPresident cuuuluuicutIunresident ull lllUnil tlOn tlOnPreil1cnt
President Suunn < 1111 of tie Fernaiidinu FernaiidinuBoard Feruull illUo illUoBuard
Board of IViide na lias > appointed a PI llled Jno Junu JnoG J 110 110McUiUiu
G McGitiin and Fred W tl HUrt llu t a aeommittee atollllllittcc
eommittee to tl cooperate cu with com committees COIlIIIlitHt cointt ¬
n mittees it ittt tt en appointed oy I u the Jackson Jacksonvill I Iillp q
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Mille vill illp aycross Fitzgerald and yt ytarJ st stMarys t tJuyi F
Marys M arJ arysInutu lioird d of irade rra c to visit At Atlanta Atlallta ¬
lanta and confer cuut r vith tt ich Ituaiuent Atkinou At Atkin Atkill
kin kinou on of the A li t A 1 wilh refer reference refertliCC ¬
sues to the extension txtclI ion of his hi road runt from fromWaycross fruUlW frmn11uvcruas
Waycross W c t to Jacksonville e by way wuyof of ofSt t tt
St S t Mirys tlr i and ant Fernandina FernandinaSAILOR llfUlluc1iuaSAILOR
SAILOR OH N THE RAMPAGE RAMPAGESells
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Sells Pi Pig Fir F r Homy hloaeyy hloaeyWith With Which WMclBoflie E JiY Be BeBooze
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A sailor on the British steamer tetmerLarnc
Ijarne was w arrested Tuesday uedtty for be bein heiu
ing in l drunk and disorderly tlbortlerJ lie had hadbeen Inulbeen hailbeen
i been a soldier ltiier in the English army armyefing
serving s in India for several years yearsnd ears earsand
and a nd having served his hi time in the th tharmy 1
army a short time ago go he enlisted as asa a at t
a t sailor on thesteamer thete uutr Lame which hichis
r is i s now in this j port Ix > ort rt A Athirst thirst for fordrink furdrink r
drink seemed to seiz him on Tues Tueday ues
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and an being unable una le to procure theMoney the theIIlImC
money IIlImC from his nidater or fellow fclluwH1rillm
H1rillm with which to satiate hid hhthirst hilthl
thirst thl t it is said he took pjG4jiou p pa i31JiiOI1 of t
pig on board the steamer and car
Y in g it to the city di disposed spusetl of it for formoney tiJrIIIcme V 1V 1
money IIIcme m oney with which he bought boughtlJOOze booze
rd proceeded pnttxdetl to load up with the
result Besides paying a line r
a violation of the city ordinance J4
will be tried for appropriating the
rt of the theC thevesel vessel e1 to his own use u
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the consent conx at of the owners
f ft1111
1111 will have ha ve to pay the duty on the
i ig A costly experience fur a 2 few ti v
of riches from tutu the effect of too
tanglefoot tanglefuotC I
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