Florida mirror
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 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1891
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00013
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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v:1;rv. 'Durin'l-the short intermission
all -it hi Usd themselves walking and
lidin-g -over 11- shis I ,to rieal citY.
Everon.` visited' the Tan apa Bay
Hotel. Truly. lhis magnificent build-
iingdeserves anlth; admiratio.n it. re-
E:.eiedd. -. Stan hing i:-1me, iatelv op-

p,:,site the city across t-he Hillsboro
river, )hi, h is spianneild by' :i Inav-
11(ii-ent lrin.I,--e,*which was thronged
alltlhe :time w\it'l visit)LS -i eoraing
a.n:ljgoing tolan,:l fi'ot the. hotel, it is
safe to-sa this .buil,_lin,-' is secondI to
o~ne ill the Unite, States. We have
*^,-,, cause to be prouD: ot the imir-
" prove(lent of our beautiful State. I
vWill write airai n when I have time to
p~uill myself to-.ether.
gI ive below a copy- of resoluti(or,
-,lOpteudby the assi-l .ittion by a ris-
ing- Vutt ( -,E. t-\.P.11n1,_i N.
D d l-,, F ;,J ,I1. 1.44 01,IS .. O I .
A e d _.:,lved, That the tai, nks of the
) Fl,,ridit ;-State Tea,'h ;-,s Asso. iatio:, 1--
T tendered to the eitizeiis ,-.f Tnlapa f,,r
.,-,,'.rte'i ,'- ext,. 'Le,.1 to tihe m eirb1-r.- of
' the A ss-,'.iatM,'n.. i; .- .;: .- -, *"
" r .-s. e.il-,1; That thanks.1.._ Oxt,'"n eld t':,
"- I~i.0I~rui- :,r: ,-f ilo-,t-,_al I Mu,] i.,, nrdln,; huses
that have given rolui-ed .rat%-, alsoY t,:o
I 1,iivat; faiunles that, i~a,;e ,opeue.l their
do,,or's t,:,our iu rib>-r" ,-
S i-:.-.,:e,.1, That wetender- our- thauk,.
to th l:,re.cs ,-f tle city for reports they
hav\e t~tlli-hed of 1. eeding', also to:
a the pf'". ,f tho.Stat,:: a lart-'e f.r th,:i,
:..lkiud-:lly i rvi,:',." in i-,l.,li.-_'hin^ the. piLre-
li ,i i Li _, a ti- *-s .N:,f T e fl itfi ti,:O, .
Whereas, -The di'e-reut._Ili ie of the.
varioti-; 'mi ,-oa ds thrAhLhoi-.t the ^tate
lhave kindly made lo. ates of -trans.
Y portatioin to, ani fom Tampa f.,a- teacher:
y. and ,-fliors-iofthe Fl,,rida State Tea,?ier-
j Asks,.,)iation ,-
Be it Resolved,' That tle thanks of

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Miz,--l A,_ Br0o
i,.hi,,,..,ifr M yra '>. \D e.i,,v r, W eavin',. to,
C,:,-n,-y 6: E,?kLti.iu.
S,:h,,o ,Nr Iiazi,.e E. [,'nni ,:,!1 ?- :ll, to)
M i z.-Il ,_V Bro.
S.hpionu-r Hattie Tuirin r, ijlas,.

H-ints for Maintaining Health.
W l-,eh the halti i. faily gor,,1,
an, :l thI .(e is n,. .,.,,:.ial -_t' in to I e
plut 1p1o01 the 6-m'..ti, the no ,rimal ap-
p,:tite ma !:y ,e t., 'usted to.indicate the
kind an,_l ,.uaritity of ood f necessary
to maintain thaet condition. Natu-
,'ally the appl:,:etite' varies with the
,.h', l z.ingi,;:;ea o s, and unless it indi-
,eat,-s an unreasonal-le extreme of in-
dulgenee or a:stinenee, no attention
need we paid, to any othe-r monitor.
Mu,.h lir-i, isA doe by injudieiou-ms
or meddlesotne friends suggesting
that ai person i8 to:, stout or too thin,
too pale ,cr too rudd, I a nd serious
dlisturlaices of the systerlm often-tol-
low the ,mischie0vous" ad2viee to take
s,:me bitters or pills, or refrain from
atteoning fod or drink. Paying at-
tention to any of these fads is like
playin-. with fire. If you are ill
eiou'.41 to s.eemn to warrant any radi-
cal ch-in.'eof diet or any alplieation
of inedieine, consult your physicians
at ,ce. AIove all, avo,,id advertised
,luat-k medieinres. To use the opin-
ion of a succe:::sful dealer in them,
\vh()--.e b ank balance is more liberal_
than his conscience, they are made
to sell." If yolu feedl a lit.tlTe debili-
tated take the coc-i tonic; (at plenty
,of fr.-.sh ripe fruit and vegetables,
'especinsiall" or.an,_,es; drink lemonade;
11,1 when 111u.,ally fatioued, and
- j-].:, .-I:-,... ;_ -i r,.,-r-,i, 'i, -. a glass o;--
milk l:I hut,. as cnan brk- taken, in large
s ip. Walk reasonmal, and-sleep in-
pure air. if a few davs of this sort
of hiom1e- trvatument f.il .to bring up
the hl:,,dv and mind1 to their proper
ttol,, c.all -i your doctor and follow
his advice.-Juliet CorsonS., in- Har-
f per's Bazar.6,

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-. .We have a splendidd line.of. CON-
-;See our goods atd get prices.
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": :<--'.-' ',"- REPp ECTIONS. ~~

IL"'*'"- ^ ,' :' Lo.-'; It pp nt g an:--T '*";*'. rng *- fr m o
-:,FRED HOY.. &" "30'

MW. *".:- ^^T delivered d dailyto, any
.. .7 T rIM .art of th % city. rdens

left at tWpke od tore cprof mptee
:; -- *attended to).'-

..- ,' Te'h ns cash. WHITNER & S>:-'ULYLEP.
... .. .. :'* .v B lac _ills 35e a a da .I
^ Loexi Happenings and -Cjippingq- from oux
'TnE-7MIRROR one month, 25 cents,
:'. ;Weeapopka. Lodge, K. of H., meet,
A tis evening. '
.' :/l- Black ^ik,35c. a yard, at ; ,
-_ ,: J. & T. KYDr, S. ,C

--, regular meeting of city cou,1ce.

S;,. '"' ,"Jos; Schlitz export Milwaukee bee
.... can he obtanied at A. Steii. .. -
" i:: % The steam.ship Hessle has fnishe
.. V .-)loading with phosphate..; : ;-7"
b' Z IDrafts from 950 to $10), 25 ceni

each at.Bank of Fernan'dina. *
-All of our schoolteachers have re
.turned home from the Tampa con
Hay, corn, oats, bran, rice, flour
in any quantity, at
FRED W. HOYT & Cox's.
**;" ]Banker Cooley's breast was decc
-* rated with a $100. bill today, in horn
of S~t, Patriclk.
-,- When you wnnt good beer, call I\
_* Schli~tz ex-port-Milwvaukee; t~o be ha
:-: .a .S teil s. -- :1
"- Messrs. Loh man &-Ross, of El GaB

,',' -iriete factory, commenced the nman
i-" 'factkfire of cigars todah .
!7 ..-* lh _ti- e .t city court this rnornit
: .", -: Godfrey Heli cksen, plaiin drunlk-(

"'-".... :"the-streets, was filed :?,5.
"- .. ", -'Beaut~iful phlaid- and striped gin
'-.'= -:hanms, in al e-ndless variety, at
<.:-.- "-'. ..-' -* -J.&A T. K YDD'S.
}:-' ".*' *-- The total pro rata value of all ra
"":" "-".. road track arid rolling stock in N;

L.-" = sau county is 543,05-9.82.
I ..n port-ed Sweitzer cheese receiv
-:--:- : by lalt--Malloy steamer. I'all
I Vhitner k. Schuyler's.
... Josh Watsorl, a Oar coupler, h.
::h -- .'lis hand severely mashed, yesterd
.. ..-.while enialeldiin his work.-
"- -- ": -- Do'YoU want fifne oysters ? ALI
"ti :. uel Mattox, Centre street wharf, c
"".. _supl. you with the best. -
,: Chairn, Hoyt, of the county co
n' i- ssOioers, is sending wit new 'ir'
-: Jars relative to the county bonds.
Why send off for tallow when v
-:- can get, the-.pure article for 5 c.
,' per pound at. J. Klarers ? "'
The spring equinoctial period
..... --. -in. SAf urda\ lnighlt, and the weath
h_ llas been anything but 1)lasant e
-s:in e tlhen.
.'7_ ; .-"_ The Fruit Exchanges advises grc
;'- ers to l:,irin their oranges forw
a. .... nd does-not- think it. will pay
hold :.--: ld-the fruit longer.
",."- __One case handsome sattee
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Personal and Social Notes.
Mf. and Mrs. S. H. Hernanduz, of
Pensacola, are in .the city.
Mr. Thomas Dowling, a prominent
rill man of Lake City, is in town.
Re1%. Geo. B.-.Sturges, the venerable
fatli..4; of the rector of St. Peter's,
ch a'rch, was taken suddenly ill early
Sunday inorning, but-we are glad to
leArn that he -is recovering.
amongg the -passengers who are ,to
aruve today by the State af T-exas,
tfroii New.-York, is Miss Emily Suy-
'ni, of Elizabeth,'N. J., wlocoi,-s
Y 1 .aVvis i to M- rs. S., D.-._ 1 : ."; :.
M ri'. Chas. H B-erg, ta.in. .,--,.*--
T;t,:: MIrHUoR, 1yi remo~ved L. Ta^,--
h.Issee to take cliaarze of tile. m echatni-
cl'- department of the Floi-idian,
ltey-'purchased by."'C:W.,DaC,-sta.
.I:,lin C. -WicklN'ff,&,-esq.,, promi-
- hen tly connected* Wi tli_ the--prosectu-
tio6,n, of. theltalian {s:-,'.ii'"of
Hennessy, at Now Orl0ans. : t li,-,uoht
td.lbe a son of--C0i. Jno. C. Wicklyffe,
Nli-h,, lived" -in this, eity shortlyy atit.r
the war.- Coloel \Wiclii-t1,- a
1)brothl er of Mrs. D. L. Yulee.-,/ >I
r.- Jn0. G. MG rin.. Nv:ts-on a
visit home-S2.aturday i.,it.!t, anld Sun-
dahy retu.rninl to Piver Junction
Sesterda Vafternoon. i\Mr.. MI,.-Gifn n
Sii-l;.:'s us that.t-he condition o Mr.
(:,,o.;'.-,!, H enry- has--i illio,{,v:) 'd] /ery
inm ichl and. that strong-, --p)11es ar1,
iint(rtained for his.-early andU-e,:,ti-
i~:,' i. 'e re t,-,rat~iorto },m ta! vi r.-i--

;.- -n. the valu'ib-,] :),l, s at tle
jtl plic library is complete setO o.
S h ,'la,'e's \,o-,rks in eig "It han,.d
f solniely lboundn volumes, donatM by
lawaptain :WillifirnSlia rp, o Q.ldTown
t l;tain and Mrs. 8har" have alway:
1 ,sdlfiivn a a1-1os t liberal spirit in -fur
. the-i'ng all,-),,.1 go0d wos... ow.1 foru
ini:ti,- it would be for-Ferandia, an(
t- ato.ncia fi iic)r'e of o0l 1r pee1.)l,
\ t. were-n':iut d With a-iiilar spirit.
0: ;Spealtin'" of the rm0oval of MI
and MVs. -. W. L,:.wis -from Palatk;
i l :. ,.-; :* ; c ;: tV, i l . l : Ta' -.T:l^ ^.'i ad
R" Mr. -Iewis, Whil, he -has been wit]
p us, has been faitliftil in -his-d utie
"r and made hosts of-friends, who re
g gret to see himi-and his good lad,
Ilea e Us. -'We.-trust, our, loss ma3
,e_ b16 4lheir gai.n; and' theyf-miay' res
n as;surFed1 that. the goo-, wishes of oru
people ;2-iwith'-them, wislihiii then
-all liiiness-in tleir ,w homne, an
thlat suees '..-may attend Mr. Lewi
)t in Lis further life and imsineis."'

,- "- Hart's Road Items.
^ Th1e much-nieeded raCin 0h 1 oEn
t and Our farmers are busy 'planting.
" -Qufte a good ecgr'egati<-in gatl
- ere,: at the school-house lastSund
l/-to:;hear Rev. Mr. ^Tenmple preach, bci
,t. was disappointed by-th~enoni-al:,la
)i a n ee 6f tlhe r e a c h e r "
o-f Mr. W.'G, i-end-rson sh-ot aqu:
,f Saturday evenifi.gand whien !he wv(-
r-. to l:iek up hia game: f0un~d that 1
nd had kilted two quail "andT a-snalke
]e thie sareb shot.. -" :- "; -, :-
;0i Mr. E, G. I-yde, of Chester, ';
,e hlere lastSSunday. = -:-, <;:::=, :,:
is Miss Matt ie Henderson qias, be,
.,. suffering with adxmoie-felbf6n~oh
)n hand, but is improving. ....:
,d Mr. J. H. Whitemore, of Duttc
*is sp-ent last Sunday at this pace.
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'o ; --<" : ^G. F. Avery .... .<
LI -"Has for, sale_:` *.--'. .:':
he :,- L-:,72. fine 2-year-,M. c,,lt- ^:---
_V ' *'s une ver" G ire 4--vear-,oldj -
One fi-year mare, lieavv in Ioal
\ed A Also, several ,,I ,, ui ,- .s an,:l 3i),i
fe l iu..rles. -^:= : -: .: "
,ee], Queer oi<:l,! Queer people! Here
t neii an Q. t,-,nen ,.l- .,usanul- sufer
itv fromn all sorts ,of diseasess, baring
ed manners of pain. spel:fiing, tliir all
ort ph\.siciai;, anu':l .p ttin__ no. better.
' rather w,\,rse, iehen right at hand the:
i e a r emedy-*-hicli says it ,:'an help'th
Ilee.Ia.II.seit,1 llelped thousands like the
:' --Anotl-er yatent-inedicine adver't
IuS ment," you say. Yes-butI not-oft
nk ordinary sort. The ined.Icine .is
in oiPMe's Gold;en Medic'al, Diseo'verv, a
the W s. different, from-theori-di nal'y n,.i,t i.
irn in-this: i ---
It does what. it lclai ms-to do, or 'it"(
.,i h.UOia niolh~u i / .. .
thne T Tie wa', S ithis: You pay your d:
tegist $L.00 for a bo tile. You read the
;- reto .io-Is" and you follow ihem.-Y-oYu
-better,-or you don't. If yo:,n do, you
ran-ah,:,t~hev )otfle, and paerhaps another.
del- 'you don't get. better;, yo get your moe
hn olr-' :And1 tlne lener thinf-is tha

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i, -a.,:,iati,:,n be tendere,l to the.
fficers-of. the'saidl raili'oad,1.s, and par- Women and Men.
icularly-.to that genial and courteou. A writer in the PhrenologicalJour-
,1entlemau," Ciipt. A. 0. Mac-oD,:,nll, en- 11al, in article on the comparative
ral passenger agent of the old reliable. strength of men and women, writes
Resolved That. he thanks of the as- a little sa.'astically when he (or she)
,atin ie tenderedi to, Superintendent says: ... Fhe Mexican woman is able
3uch,)ltz andt Pincipal Graham and the to carr" her household goods ou her
5ther members of the local committee back, with two or three babies on
who have contributed so largely to make top, when a chang location is
he convention a s-ucess: Also. to the desirable, while her husband trudges-
rvey a c Aalong carrying I us U111.
hir.n-. -;.. --: -=': -The writer states that- among the
,. s 31 % :d T a- v e, r" .. .:- 0 1. 11"- _-Z
esoled hat e econze our o he woman is just as healthy
];ration jo, our State Superintendent 0 man, .os_ as as hali -
-usl a i'pesu ~etn i as- the rnan. Considered ass. an -ani-
ussell.f .his: pleh:asant greeting, his ral fo physiological standpoint, a __
wise instructions, aud his earnest appeal 0o is capable of more -hard .
to.the ass ,c,,:iation as christian men and wo r of enduring m ore .hards ip, .
W,:"raen to follow the example of the deprivation and disease thanPahau.-- -
Great-_. Teacher, as -we return to our A women will eidure-where a m an n -
lalors.. will suecurnb-" and break. down en--
Be.it further Resolved, That. the.ab,.ve ire\y. She is not naturally; the : ,
resolutions be published in the leading weaker vessel, and certainly in some
papers of the State and. a col:N be respects a woman is constitutionally .-.
forwarded to,-!Tapt. A. 4. Ma,:.Donell at -the-superior. .And then that disput-. 7.-.
Fernandina. ed question ("f woman's inferiority -:
By the committee :-* on a mountt of lesser quantity of -bain,--
IN. S. C. PERKN.s, is touched, upoii-such a manner as- '
.. .. .... Volusia county, to lead one-to infer that the wri.ter-is
.- E. D. WEBBER, a woman, taking--np the cudgel -
'- :."; E. HAZIRSON, biavely in behalf Of her sex. The'-
: .- .--' ^ Nassau count' passag,-e'reads as follows.: -..
".....<- ': "" "It is sometimes arguedthat a wo-
Bear in Mind man is naturally weaker and inferior
That: the premises-Lot S, Block 49, because te average-weight of -her
corner Tenth and, Ash .-atreets (until now brain is from four to six ounces-l-s=.-
o,-.1-ied bv the Hon. G. L. Baltzell)- thari that of the average man, and '..;
can be PURCHAsED, or secured -under -that thus her intellectuals quality is -.
LEASE bI.,y0the moth or year, upl:on rea- less as well as her, physical. But
sonable terms. w When the size of a woman's 'brain is ..
House cutain. S rooms and kitchen, considered in comparison; with the-.
-L,-atin eon- of the healthiest, in the weight of her body it isevident that
city. Excellent neighborhood. Abunu,- a woman has-more brain. per.pound ..
n- s.,ply of artesian and cistern water, than a.mi. and if that be a proper,
Large yard DOx100 feet, containing fruit standard ot comparison, then. wohmaAn
trees and flowers. Convenient to beach is the superior .'
-rilroad and within one block of Centre Bankrupt Sale- ;
street. A great Slaughter of dry goads. The '

'For terms., apply to stock of the late firm of Robert I. Tavel -
-, ..... SA L. D. s'ANN. will I,e sold, under execution_, by the-
-.-oer Cent re and Fourt~h Sts. Sheriff, on Tuesday, March 17th, 1891.-

Homeopathic and Electro-Homeopathic sale to commence at 12 o'clock noo.n .
Remedies, Sale positive, and no reserve.-
Re ee J. T. O NEILL, She"'f
At Rev. J. Heckel's office, Ash, near .
"Sixth street-s. Toothache dropls, colgh 'PFor Sale. -
g",', l paae ale, wor _"'!-Finest central location in the city of
hzeadahe ils, ). arn -ad., Iewart.' iClll'
headache pills, corn-arid wart. Cure, colic Fernandina. Two 100 feet square 1cts in :
and chole'a drops, IIamamelis e.xtr., cal- one block; high ground ; on three streets.
.n-"hl "xtr. arnica extr., croup and- Handsome seven-room cottage on lot 1,. '-
,-1',:u-h drops,-.hoopi=, cough drops, Neighborhood unsurpassed. City-water
Steetin disks, tap'e worm remed/v'ear- and flue brick well. Terms, one,-fourth ....
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The Teachers' Convention at Tampa.
TO the Editors of the M;r',',:
The meeting of the people"
-of the State of Florida, at.-Tam pa, is
a thing of the past. Every-, ,coulity
was fairly irepres nted.. '.Visitors
from .eC-Ivery Sta tet-evein from the far
West-w-ere with us,-and from time'
to' time during the con-eetior warm-
ly comp-1limen ted our sunny State ,on
the interest' manifesto within its
limits in education. "-It;is iupll,,),.oi-
ble fl .give'g a,p prpr estimate of
teachers present;. suffi.ee-'it to- say
that the gospel tent, whereweas-
s e im, bled, wa1,0s cro0w d ed. to- its, u ti ii ost

The Zl)ankruupt ale at. tle City
Ma~it commenced today. The attend-
ance is large, but the bidding-not as
lively'as anticipated. The sale will.
be dorlinued- tonight and until the
entirestock is disposed of.
. The -Manufacturers' Record 'of
,Baltimore has 'for years made a
business of reporting every- new
manufacturing concern, from" a cot-'
ton gin to a furnace, every new min-
ingpcompany, and every bank started.
anywhere in the South.- This in-
formnation is read by thousands of
people-' all over-- the United Staters,
andfs often- repulblished byh.undreds
of other paperss that kook "to th.e
Manufacturers' Record for in frma-
tion 'a bot this section. The' result
,is th t every new. enterprise, and the

toyg'- in which. it is located, are
Widely advertised without cost, and
great.good often-results. ,-The Record,
invites all information of this char-
actera, Ind everybody in the- South
should take an interest in "seeh g that
Ithat journal receive..' the .earli-st
:qnotics that can possibly -:bb given:of
-..Ueli.ew enterprises, -.or of the en-
la r._enment, 'of those nilk' inn opera-
. "' .; -. ( ^. *r. .. .*
tion '.
4_. T'Ili e office of Fre,.'W-.: "Hoyt& Co.

rni. ht p-ropriatt^e stMyled the
Maritime Ex chIi.,_. rc9 Fer'al-dinai.
/'hat. isn't knowVn'here/aort. the
Wsfiplnit of tis l:,ort."it r \nt \wo'th
while trYina to i11.4 1elsewlere.
T, lIere ar.e bI file' in -ti]:It office the
Ne'%" York II ,ald .al nd I:"'Ti: itLtn;
Register, and ,1 complete re.ord. is
kel~t of 'ver s vesel'" eiterit, e U
pcort. ThI is record sh o'ws the date 6:
arrival, name and rig of eaell vessel
th4/ ca p t : n's n am e; v h e re fri'l, at
f w'hat Wharf loadin l, whreibpui
t whe h loaded, d- date ,,of. s.ilt-
, lience.'- All the marine news b6f thti
1) port is wired daily, to the-New Yor]k
, Associated Press aiid Jackl,-,onI Vil4i
! Times-.Union ajnd mailed weekly t(
,the Mar1t1meRegiter. 'IEIiF i,,,
r* :-d o-.or-tx'oiT .. -it- ..: -: ipi)i.ig n..---ist -frio rn
e the record ii Me.-.srs. Hoyt & Co'
,2 ofie. I .Besides doing. a, regular shi]
chandleryy business, this fin char
,S'. t6ers n1 u m erous vessels, andr it betn
f an- ,61 d.:es t al:l i ..i ed, 1ou seand..havi n
1 a,:erti sed liberallyy, is-. one ,of, th.
. )est kknowrn in shippI1i-g ci'rz.les i;
tihe SouthernStates. --"-

Our Spunky Police. :- "L
--.iFenandina's police forces nc
very lairge',either-in_. .ei'-ht :.or nun:
bers; but that the persons ,eomposin
t it have plenty of '(grit-."!there is no
?' the least doubt, as the evet.s of -Sa:
Sur,.hy night plainlY stiow. /. /.
About 8 o'clock Lewis .JohnsTon,-
ncolored man, wa.,- acthng in- a diso
l, derly n-anrner, \wlhen Of'fice,,r Cu}'t(
d told hiln he was wvanted. "Johrnso:
k resisted, lbaeking against the walls,<
v a Iblilding and defying the o
2is fleer .to arrest l-irn. M r. : Cou
a ter wlhistled for as.istanee, n
n Officer Starratt al:peared on- ti
scene. Thie two nmen made a lush fi
e- Johnson, who kicked Starratt in tl
r. side, jerked C'ourter's elub out of 11
*o hand and str'uek him over the he'
s, with it.. starratt knocked Johnsc
*d down, when the latter bellow(
es worse than the bulls of Bashan, h

y. cries being heard by citizens ou
'd and five blocks distant and pr
during the impres.-?ion tlat.- sor
C. Terrible calamity was at hand, TL
ts, colored people flocked to the splot 1
ed the hundreds, but.nobody interferE
ill with the officers, who handcuff
a Jolhnson and took hirn to jail. C'h
ve Higginbotham and OfMieer DeF
its were in a distant part of the ci
41. when the row began, but reach
o>- the scene in tirne to help l' (sci
rs, Joh nson to the lock Ulp).
all Shortly afterward some four 6r f1
sailors endeavored to enjoy the
selves by kicking over dry ,goo
ge boxes, barrels, etc., and didn't thi
.at the free sufficient to check them
their.disorderly conduct. 'But t
as -
to plucky police soon convinced ith
by arresting the entire partyV. :
ere THE MinPOR. is glad' to note
nd efficiency of thle e city's police, fo
,1 and hopes that they may eenftinue
- b- be aterl'orto evil-doers/- .
ro-'" -Or",der' y-.-.nr clothing of \V. J..Lobl -
e] a.-,?nt for Jacob l.eRe ,ld's S.,:n's Phila,

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Nassau county has only four dis-
abled soldiers 'ofthe Confederate
army who are. receiving pensions
from the State-of Florid.a.
The, love that jumps out at the,
window when poverty comes in at
the door could much more easily
,,crawl through a key-hole.-
Ex-Czar Reed must have felt very
"cheap" when he heard of the'unani-
mous vote tendered ex-Senator In-
gulls for the inpartiality and ability
.with which he presided over- the
Senate's deliberations. "
The Palatka Times says "Jackson-
ville and'Fernandina have combined,
to secure fhe jetty work at St. John's
bar;" but we are unable to -get the
names of those who form the Fer-
nandina part of the combined."
The.beautiful'display' of new mil-'
3 linery at King's Bazars bespeaks of
spring. They have just received a
large and well selected line of, spring
and, summer fillinery,-,fiowers andc
ribbonsin endless quAndtities.
) .'.. "B. A. KiG6-&Co. :
The citizens of .Jacksonvilie seem
to be at a loss as Ato .what, use, they
- -can put their exposition building.
:"Speaking from a ,strictly coirmmierciae]
Stand poiiit, we think it would, mako
a better beer garden, that any thing
.-. else.,-- Jasper News. '*- / .: '"-
Since its-, oirganizationi .the- Ameii-
anLegioQ of ,H6nor has paidi out
S$17,9.56,27.21, besides pla-liwcing ii,
. safe investmnenits, as an eriiergeity
fund, the sUm of 85.of ,)9S.55. Thie
-"muienmubership :*of the order "is riow
nearlyy .6,0010. ard constantly 'in-
'cregasing. */- / ^;-/" .'.. *''. .... :-,'
r There have been o-ly01 15 deaths on
A- Anelila Islanid this year. Twool
"- these were white-ono e./an infant
dngri'd the other 'yotn- (harley Dozie.
who died by drowvning'. Of-the.l1-
colored, 3 were girls, 4 boys .3 3 w.._,iomen
"'.and .3 ,men. I'The ages ranged frona
i l f4alf an hLour to ei ty ea.s.-. ;
LTbe- wividowso atW3 King's Bl-,tai
Sr present a'-most attractiveoappea ranCt
just now, the pricipal features 'Ge d spring bonnets and-hats for ladies
ch ll:lIre.n' 1, ha ts a n d 1ace capl)s, ribbo_.!0n,
[t S and other trif-mings. :The stock ,o
goods there has been selected witl
e- goo,.1 taste, and cannot fail to please
n- John Carrl)bell, a negro rnarl, wa:
brought in from Callahan last nigh
by Deputy Sheriff Robinson. Carnp
1r bell is charged with stealing ,$50(an'
two boxes of c-igars from tlhe expres
agent at that place. He was brought
o- before Justice Stayes this morrnini
or who committed him to jail in detail!
of $200 bond.
L-r A few nights since Captain Joh

ld Ban'.was crossing the creosote yarc
en route home, wheni he stumble,
1b- over a ladder and stepped on a plan
iu- containing a number of ten-penn
nails.. One of these penetrated 1hi
n,-. foot nearly half an incl-, inflicting
o*n very painful wound ; but the ealtai
is alt rigit, at present.
1"'- Mr. James McGitfin "yesterday r,
eeived a letter fi'om his brother, M
Thomas Bailey, who left here iw
il- weeks ago for his home at Phillip
as- Wis., stating that when lhe arrive:
there the thermometer was ;30 degree,

d beloww zero and snow tfalling heavily.
a Quite a difference between that a-
Florida's usually balmy weather.

ad Many years practice have given
v' A. Snow & Co., solicitors of patent
at. Washington. D. C., unsurlpasst
success. in- obtaining patents for r
ln- classes of inventions. They make
: specialty of rejected cases, and ha
cured. allowance of many paten
j- that had been previously rejecte
L'u- Their advertisement, in another cc
umn, will be of interest to invento
'o1 patentees, manufacturers, and .
rlts who have 'to do with patents. :
Owing to tlhe indisposition of Jud
set Baker, Acting-Mayor Schuyler wv
her ready to deal out justice yesterday
ver violators of city ordinances; but
none of the culprits were present
)w- answer, their bonds of 6.5 each wE
ard estreated. Here are their names a
t-- charges against them : John Bes,
K. Kelly, John Tord, disorderly c<
Hns, ,:luct; ('harles Herman, utsilng p
the -- ane lanr.uan e. Dan Ellis, char.,

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SE :: BT, A TTR, .


Misdirected Emotional Force.
"Power Through Repose," by Anna
Payson Capl, is a little book that ought
to be useful to persons who are suffering
under nervous strain. Miss, Call tells us
of a German physician who came here
to practice medicine. Patient after pa-
tient called on him for relief from nerv-
ous prostration. It was a trouble, he had
tiot known in Germany, and he thought
the 'matter over carefully and finally
pronounced the disease "Americanitis."
Nearly all in this land suffer from Ameri-
canitis, and it is Miss Call's task to tell
us how to relieve it.
The-"power through repose" which
she indicates is 'simply a relaxation of
all the muscles of the body, a simply let-
ting them go, and falling together as
limp as a wet towel. Then new power
can flow along our nerves to our tired
muscles,'whether of arm, finger or eye,
and we can fill up with force again. As
it is we keep our muscles drawn up into
a tense strain most of the time, whether
we are using them or not, and so ex-
haust ourselves and become miserable
wrecks along the sands of time. The'
tru-4(, wa.a,-accordins -,to.' -Mis?.-Call,.isJto-
use tho ns,':le. the occasion demands,
and let all the rest be limp and free, with
asl power withdrawn from' them. So
shall we conserve our nervous force.
But most of all we waste, our forces iM
misdirected emotional energy. Espe-
cially this is true of women.. Most of
the emotions over which they wreck
themselves are false and morbid; the suf-
fering. itself and its disastrous conse-
quences are frightfully' real. Miss Call
defines the differences between: a real
emotion and a false and morbid one to
be, this: If the emotion is genuine and
healthful, whether it is pleasant or- un-
pleasant, we shall learn its lesson and
gain health and strength of character
from it. If on the contrary it is false
and morbid it injures the health and
weakens the- character. So our friends
among the young ladies and gentlemen
can judge by this token Whether their
hopeless love is real or false.
The writer speaks in oneplRace of the
emotional drunks some persons habitu-
ally indulge in, the wild fits of emotion,
hysterics, etc.., which'-seem to' give so
much pleasure to certain individuals.
The name by which these fits are known
in colleges is "dry drunks."' The term
describes a state of intense nervous ex-
citement arid want of control. \This
state MisstCall designates as a c v n, litiou'
of sham emotion, and. he adds:, "It has
often seemed to me that sham emotions
are a. woman's form of getting drunk
and nervous ,prostration is it.s ,v.-iriiiiira
tremens.", "It is an' inexpressible sad
sight to see a .woman, broken down .and
an ,invwli I for no,.reason whatever but
theI unnecessary nervous excitement of
weeks and.months of sham emotion."
H-owcan.ona.-master these sham e mo--
tions, so as to grow. strong,- self-con-
rained and helpful? Miss Call rIxphiains
how in:a ri 1i':d'a,,l on tnast,-ring the
temn p.t: .. .
Mauy0of-us kn*w the -e' ie ? of relief which
ft.,i.)w, a v olleys,:,f indignant words. To say
that we en .,.t. a fa r r iz tti--'t nd t ni i v_ l:1 tinin
ret.-if without, a \,.,ld, biit .imply thro--,gh rre-
lavniut. : our n m1.-,..-l, a nd- tr,:<;- ',_-it'ur excited
nii-i i:.? --!- toiie?, l',,.it it i. Ir.r-i i,.ailh truoI,
utmdi' 1s min e:-'.- thie oLily v.,-,y frr in a li, ysical
h-tanilpoiait t~hat ,Ot.etr, moy 1",,- *iir'e 01 e,_,ntrolling'
a hi,-:h ternip,_.r. In thait ;.vav nl-,o WK' kee-p the
l'rit, theI-:' "v.t r, thf' .-1 r,-n:t h,| Ir_,in, \ \which the
tem li<:r e-.r.) .'ue ahi.l ,.:o t~'r f'roth l:-in [..':It le,
lit'e h~is nwi-.)r .-*r ti-. V'.\- ,to hit thire our;.elves,
and l..,-_ ij,.r\',:,.1- force thro-jn-h the? wL:,.r and
t>;ar of i,:-.iuc; nulr !:._!rii;":.f. r& T l.) .[i.:.ii t ;il'er ,re:ly, if no~t s(:ic~iriti,.',i~ly-L(;t i-o, an,- l'.:t the
temper slip ,:,\,rr y,-,utr nt:-.l'fes o:n,1 ,)fi. ii do
not hut? it tl,.nr, f'-r yotu kn,',w wh,--r, it i:, and
you keep :ll the nefirvousi- f,-ree-' tha~t w,:,u!,l hr'e
hee-n ii_-.,-l in -:iUl'i're--'i,-,n or e pr<.-;-:in, f"or
betl,-;r \'oi'L.
So with a fit- ,.f n,-,'e? ,or blu,;", or
chrn~iic grieffand d-.-F,;-r. D) ii,,t l'esi-'t
and try to fight, it ba,,:l: .-*i^{>!:." "'let. go"
Relk, x thre muscles -,'-;<' y,.,ur 1,,_,,.y all over.
Th-_-n tlte \woriy vwi~llas i'(,off an'] out
tlhroug,-h y,)ur n;-rve:s.
li",p stiill. that all '.". .,'-!it i.*_.,",..i u-av eonic
to yo-,t, audl liv-.ro~t t,,, th.._-r- I hdt yiur tire
mav ljr,.o,],'ll tf,:r >.ij lll I tii- w'.':" 're rau take

all tat ti, ti f-, iarr'_i.'ly ,.> civ. Q ;0 and V, ill
,on:,n rantly Aive T- arid u-.et? it 1 a i ,,!' D f'i for
her purpr-.,ei, vvhich are alway- th.- th.ru-.-t aud
b -.-. Then we"> live -, a Ltrile. (hild o hild liove
-onl y w it h ,_-, re ui%..doW.,

The. Prince ,of al.-,s iay I"'.na .-lly gret
int.-l %Ie,_.-r troutle- wvith t le Briti-h pub-
lic thin be ever vzasi in befor,--, thliough
thi-. .ambliun scanrlal. The prince is
fon'l of Ihis little game iu a social way,
strictly b<_-rtw,:ln gentlermen, and the
yOuig ,bloou.d a'>l even sowe of the old
ladlies3 aliong, the nobility havl followed
his example and habitually inlulued in
tht-ir little games, too, until tht- suber
British public, altlioubh tl,,- ru,-.:t loyal
of Eng1hii.l's.ulij.?ct., b,-jin to clamor
thli t. t',,.- prince i.fs r<-.-_.,io ,i!ie ,or the
1,1revl-.nC-e ,Of gambling tie ought to
set a better example )before his sons.

"All pnal s2 peuces for utiu-iicees:fuil
attclipt;s at s:uici'le arte ?enlele->-, .tirt un-
ju.-t," writer Henry L:boulhere. '-All
that I have cuiun.ute-I on. however,
are etliil;.?<-1 in s ,e.?ks?.ietss and injus-
tice 1:,y owit- pasb,?, last -rek ly E. H.
Leyc. ter Pe:rirllyii, VI,\o con-
demned a. y,,ong \voiua tb three ionths'
hard labor for thr,:,v'iug hi.:'s.elf into the
river, after having 1,.,-n severely knocked
about by her sister-in-law."

Observe this -enticnee from The Ne-
bra.ka State Jour'nal: -The two versions
of tlhe l battle of Woun-led Kner are rad-
ically diftereut, but the soldiers have a:
little the advanta.;e in the fact that they
were on the spot and saw the whole,
thUtin, "while the Ihtians now surviving
were not-r piesilt. .





Indian and German is a queer mixture
of blood, yet the Wild West show has
'* in its domestic arrangements such a
mingling. That big chief, Standing
-" Bear, is married to a German wife. It
*" be interesting to' kfiow whether
t. their sons wil be more inclined to scalp-
....... ing or metaphyics. S.

*;. 'The step from the sublime to theoridic-
ulous has. certainly been taken by a
brother-in-law of Dr. Koch. While the
great German professor has been draw-
ing the eyes of the world upon him by
his discoveries in lymph his brother-in-
law has been serving out a sentence in
the Southern Indiana penitentiary for
stealing a watch.

'Truly we live in wonderful times.
When the body of King Kalakaua was
sent home to Hawaii a gentleman of
..-.tioihBLA commeriaal- -And,- --FW4+t.ifi.
la,,t followed the mourning cortege
withi a first class phonograph. His idea
.was to hang around the spot where the
funeral services were in progress and
turn his phonograph on. Undoubtedly
wails and howls of grief would ascend
on the air. The phonograph would
catch the lamentations and transmit
them faithfully,,anid thus future genera-
tions would know how his people howled
for Kalakaua. This is one better than
the classic- tear bottle of the -ancients.
Let us see; How-many great men in
public office have we in the United
States whose remains would be wept
over loudly enough for the wails to be
caught by phonograph? .

The day seems not far Off when Greek
will 'be on a par with Sanscrit as far as
... the study of it in ordinary colleges is
concerned.' Mr. Welldon, head master
of the famous English scho0l"of Harrow,
emphatically advocates abolishing Greek
,,, as a compulsory study both in school and
college, A singular reason he offers for
this is that it is/in,.the interests of the
; Greek'language itself. If Greek is an
elective. study then only those~who are'
attracted to it from love of it will take
it, up. Consequetly 'they, will become
<> accomplished Greek scholars, while the
..' "boys who are pulled into it against their
will never reach anything but indifferent
.... v success in-this language.- He would
therefore leave it free to attract by a
; natural elective principle those who
...- would expand an d nourish Greek scholar-
ship. In place of Greek he' woqld .sub-
S,'"'i situte either modern languages or scien- ;
f. ific study. '
..A College Student's View- of It.
_71' Mr.-Thomfas E.,Chappell won the lp'izo
.', ".. .,*. for-.oratory "the" Nebraska State uni-

r'gi versii. His oration was 'on that ques-
tion over which statesmen arnd sages
. .-have wrestled in -vaiu, "What Shall B-
:' '".,Done with tahe Negro?" In the cofufsion
of-plans for disposing .'f the African iu
':"* , ...merica, perhaps a young man's i,:ea i

...,,. as, good as anybody's. At any. rate Mr.
'. ,. Chappell's speech was a very good speci-

*',*.;'- men bf oratory, and if statesmen andl
; ";'\-. sages north aud south couild- perstad-:!
",;* themselves to take his rose colored view
>. of the negro's future they" would 1In.
saved sleepless nights and a nxous days.
We print here the close of Mr. Ctiap
pell's oration, in order to encourage
young people to try to be orators:
_.The north is o longer an ove,'symipatherie
chamnpion..df the negro's rig'hts.. S-he is taking a
., broader viewoc't-he.situarion. She is Ix..gintin~g
to sympathize with the south and to conasid>-r
her welfare as well a- that of the ne:r,:. The
.south is uow entering uponj a.-new era of pr.-',:.-ler-
ity and development. In the n-ear future, ...-a
union of the labor of the negr'o, thec-eapitatiof the
north and resources of the south, she \\ ill lei/d
.the world in the multiplicity and importance'
-of-*heaJndustries. She is ieg-inniag; to realize,

.her dependence upon the negro. She sees thai
he is peculiarly adapted to her climate and to
the labor she needs. In short that he is au in-
separable part of her future greatness.
The view that the negro is-takin, of the situ-
ation -is indeed encouraging. He is beginning
to see tbhat there is no high road to civilization;
that he mus t ascend the ladder of material.
moral and intellectuals progress, as other racee3
hbave'done; that he must begin at the bottom
and make the slow and paluful a-,:ent' round
by round;: that no war measure, no" stroke ot
political power, no. amount of leE'atikn,, wiil
enable him to reach the top at a shigle- b,-,und.
"In his own words: "We believe that our future
-depends infinitely, more upon ourzdveh-e thaxi
upon any other agency. 'It is. high time fo, r u-
tod ease following the ignisi fatuuL. of politic,
aad to begin. the work of development a.:ng
those lines only on which real progre--ss is pos-
sible. The politician bas long 1 ince exhausted
his storehouse for us."
The thoughts of the negro are no !,u,-er upor.
_..-. -iV~enge..._IH1is-face is turned toward the future
-a future hull of realization f,>r Li_- noble a.--
pi-at.ons. tie. full of hope, pee-ingl, out through
the darkest night of oppres-siou, be-lievea that
even now he sees, though dimly, the rir:- ravq
of the sunlight of freedom--ha:'blazer ,f hi,
4gla day of lib,-rty. He know-, that hib ,-r,at-
eat foes are iguoranco and sUplerstituti.-u. He
sees arrayed against him an unalt-,-rA;..: I.,A:,:
line, the prejudices of hi, white bretLrun, ad.J
that fiercest of human pa-ssions, rae aritiI-a-
thy. But on the oth-r hand, he mu-te(i.: for
the conflict patience, endurance, industry, cd-
ucation, religion. He sees upon hi.s side tL,,
hearts and tongues of a vazt multitude of loyal
men and womea, who are ever arra:.eil against
inju-stice-piuns Christian hearts that L[.,fatt iu
unison with the pul-ationps of freedom in Lih
own breast. He calls up before hira that long
-line of heroes who freely poured out their
blood that the tree of liberty might be nour-
The voices of Harriet Beecher Stow-,e, of
Wendell Phillips and of Abraham Lcoln are
still echoing in li" ears, urging him or to the
contest and V- victory. Then in a transport of
the Lmaggination, he is carried forward to the
end of thestruggle. The smokeof battle. ClEirs
away, arid there spreads out before his vision a
*sene that gladdens his weary heart. Upon
_.eyery hill amd plain of his beloved country he
. Bees his people living in happy home-s, beloved
-and honored by all. He hears the hum of
mighty indnstries. and see-. his brother taking
an honorable share in every branch of produe-.




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A. Large up.ply Con~stlnitl^-
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'_l .Commissioners for Nassau County will re-
ceive sealed bids,' at the, Clerk's office until noon
of.May 12; 1891; for the purchase of bonds of said
county to tthe amount of -"',' ,, Said bonds will
bear interest at the rate .i. (6) per cent. per
"annum and will be 1',y 11,1.i,_L .I... 1:,. ,V .1,'.Inom
date of issue (with .,i\ !,--,_- ,,t tvi.'." i t.,.,t in
whole or in part ten :,-.. i ,'.. :1 -,-1 ..., at
theomceeofthe l,,,n', .......I.' o,: I.1 z -;-,i. --id
county. .Intereston i ...,l 1- dl ,,_ .-,v.,ble
pm._i-qny -q]y, in t1,-]., i:, I'. t r, ,,. .Iii..,F f .,or
il,,l ti-, ITr,,I New- .,:i N. Y.,, at option of hold-
ers. -All bids shall specify the amount of bonds
bid for, the 41o-miuttinnon i, ,ii;i, .1. and the'time
when the [.1. l. \., i I.. withiwih his bid. The,
r, ,'.--,:, ,-i, reserve the 1 i,,6to reject any or
all I -..rev. e, .
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Fred W. [1, W. \V. 0. Jeffreys I '
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ness as, (. 7X ,_ V Hipple. [ -
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rIE ,]FI.E:L,._',Ei.iT, fiE,,:,;l: W. HIPPLE,
jT *1..ii,. businesseas V%.... 11,. \v. Hipple, & Co.,
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suit w az -[i t otj.t,,- d l.y i l.,. l],..iir lin th..l i'i!,'tit
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,,S :."ULE.--IN EFFECT .E,, r,,..E-- .... 1890..
7- o- . .;(STANDARD Ti ME.) -.
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Some Harvard Students Have Lots of
Fun with Boston Policemen.
"There isn't so much deviltry in pri-
vate among the students today as there
was a few years ago," said a graduate of
Harvard, "but their pranks in public are
getting bolder as time advances. I will
-tell you-a good story illustrative of this.
During my sophomore year there was a
party of eight young fellows belonging
to my class who were all the time look-
ing for a chance to create a sensation.
They had become involved in several lit-
tle scrapes with theoBoston police on ac-
count of their practical jokes, and were
thirsting for revenge. One Saturday
night they went to Boston,, and on their
arrival got shaved in a West End barber
"While paying their checks an idea
struck one of the fellows, and after a
short conference with his companions
he offered the barber $10 for his red,
white and blue pole,.which stood about
twelve feet high in front of the door.
The offer was accepted on the spot, and
the young men took it away with them,
insisting, however, on taking a receipt,
in which both the pole and the amount
paid was mentioned. Then they started
off for a parade of the Third police pre-
cinct, in which nearly all their trouble
with the 'coppers' had been experienced.
"They had not gone far before they-
were stopped by one of their- old blue
coated foes, who demanded an explana-
tion of their possession of the pole. The
boys replied that it belonged to them
and that they were t king it home. The
officer, believing that they had stolen it,
arrested the whole party and took them
to the police 'station, where he charged
them with the theft.
"At this juncture one of the students
produced the receipt, and they were al-
lowed to depart, much to the discomfi-
ture of the arresting officer. Then the
boys went to another policeman's beat
and were soon stopped -by the guardian
of that precinct, and, after a short par-
ley, which proved very unsatisfactory to
the officer, the students were again ar-
rested, and, with the pole, were marched
back to the station house. This time
they got their r en.se from the lieutenant
in charge without havin'i to produce
their receipt. .
"The boys A.-A .S, f.rx an.'.thr offi---
er's beat, taking -c are to keep within thae
same-precin'ct, and within les.3 t hai half
an hour w-re 1)i,..,nght back to -tlie C- ,,-
tion for a tlihirl time -,:a suspicion of hav-
ing stolen that pole. The lieutepnilt had-
'to send an officer over the precinct with
these orders 'to all iiu:m,.:: 'If you.
maeet a pirty\ of eight ynm.n men with a
barber's p,,I don't arr-..t them. They
own it.'"--New York Star.
Love Will ind a w .a
,'"We hv inuy funny things to con--
tn M with," remarked a policeman near
one of-the fe-Tirs the other ni.bht. "A
little while ago- a 'very pretty girl of
about 17 years of age came to me and
aid she want-Ad me to arrest her father.;
When II arrived at the 1,:,ose I found a
man wh,.u priov--d to be the girs father
on. tlie flo,:r,_and a nicely dre-'V ed young
man sitting on his breast -
I asI- what c:us-'d the trouble,
,when toue ynoug woman spoke up and
said hei fa.thr hal olffered- to interfere
with -hey .-eping compIny with the
young man, arid threat,..-,d to lock him
out. B-twi-'1i -them thhey had throvwi
the rebellion, rent cn the floor, pinipn-
ed him and then hi;ie hadl hiuried for:
police protectionn: l toll thl- father to
get up a.n.l then -put the brcelets oni
him. Then the daughter caught me
auround, the neck .at'l b-Ieg-ed me with
tear? riunfii,' ,own h.r cli,.-ks not to ar-
rest heo fatht.r, and the old man said he
was oily in fmn. I complied. Such is
human natuce."--Philadelphia, Press..
Cigar Ashes Good for nearthrn,.
A gentleman, who is a very heavy
rinoker, did a peculiar thing in samy
presence the other day. He knocked off
a prir'..,n or the whit& ash at the end' pf
his we,:-. into his h1and.ahd without
more ado -swallowed it. I haturaltly
asked the r,.ason for this remarkable
performance, and. to mysurprise. learned
that it i- a sure- cure for the heartburn
which sometime. overta.ke. the devotees
of tobacco. Not being afflicted in that

way. I did not care to try the remedy,
but b:.sten to communicate it to my
fellow smokers. My informant was at
-one time engaged in the cigar importing
business', ad was accu-tomed to test
cig-rs by thio score. He informs me
that he learned the curious fact in ques-
tion in Cuba. where the remedy is
habitually used by the Dons, whb.o breathe
as much tidnbacco smoke as they do air.-
New York Star.

', Have Ieterlorated.

IWin,-.he grander sort of dog ham
been morally degraded by being turned
into a useless lackey, the breeds that
have happened to suit the capricious and
errant fancies of animal petters have un-
dergone a still deeper deterioration. The
sleek p)ug, for instance, on whom is often
lavished such a wealth of feminine fond-
ness, has long since become perfectly
aware of his new function in the house.
. He knows he is the first pet, and he is
perfectly happy in the fact. His mind
Seems untroubled by any recollection of
a higher estate. He has lost the ancient
desire of -the species to,,b- man's loyal
servant. He may, perhaps, if you happen
to call at the house and find him in ex-
clusive possession of the drawing, room,
make a pretense of resisting your in-
trusion. But his Sybaritic habits are too
much for him, and presently he sinks
in voluptuous slumber on the softest of
sofa cushions. These spoiled creatures
learn to take the fondlings bestowed on
them as a matter of course. They are
wholly undemonstrative, and perhaps
the most flattering thing that can be said
of them is that, unlike their rival, the
cat, they do not simulate a tendernessiof
which their heart is wholly destitute.-
Cornhill Magazine.
Made Them Work.
While returning from Europe the cap-
tain told me a story of how, he once
utilized Hindoo superstition to have his
ship worked. He was in command of
an Indiaman, and the majority of the
crew were Hindoos. As long as the
weather was warm they cheerfully did
their work, but when a cold storm came
up they positively seemed to shrivel, and
within a short time betook themselves to
the hold, from which they could not be
driven by threats or persuasions. The
captain was at his wits' end, but sudden-
ly a,bright thought struck him. He re-
membered the Hindoo horror of the pig,
contact with which means loss of caste.
There happened to be a well fed porker
on board, which he took from its pen,
tied a rope to its leg and lowered it into
the strikers' quarters. The effect was
electrical. With a wild yell every man
rushed to the deck to avoid contact with
the unclean animal, and there was no
further difficulty in getting them to
work in the coldest weather.--,Interview
in .St. Louis Globe-Democrat
Men Are Alike About Fires. \.
"There is one thing, said the man
from the upper partof the state, '" whi,,.
I find., shows that we a r.- all of the same
blood.- It is ar fire., Of course, when
there'is a fire in'a' country town we: all
go to it. It is a rare thin ::I.,and wefind
it a featureof the se,.,n.- Besides that,'
we'generally take a hand in h.an11ling out
furniture or mAking ourselves u-seful in
other ways. .Now you New Yorkers get
justas e--cited and iniiere.t over a fire
as we ':, :inl your fir- are so frequent
that thl:- ;\avei not.the merit of novelty,
-while you know that there is' r.,ot-hing
whih -,": can do toI be of service, be-
cause y.oiur I ..li--, and firemen will not
let you get near the blaze. But I notice
tha:it y.:u all, boys and men. go chasing
after a tire as fast as your h *-s will carry
you. ,You have only t o hear the clang
of the ,.ngaine to see a running crowd, or
to catch sight of the smoke and away
yonu go, followingin the wake of younger
and m.,re agile men. That's just what
we do in the country."--New York Tri-
bine --- '
The Greatest Travelers.
In point of actual distance covered, the
greatest traveler in the world is said :>
be Chief Engineer Sewell. 0f the Whit.
Star fleet, who is well known in this city,
While iu charge of the engine depart
meant of the ve,wels of that line. ntotably
the Britannic, Mr. Sewell completed 1:3'.
round trips between Liverpool and New
York, traveling the enormous distance
of 818.400 nautical or 941,(WO standard
miles, nearly four times the distance be-
tween the earth and the moon. This is
said to be only al:,:ut twos-thirds of the
total di.'.tonce traver'..,d by Mr. Sewell
since h, 1,ecame a soe.'oiung engineer.
Chi,:-f Engineer Kitchen, who was in
char,,-- of the- Airiatic's engines for six-
- teen years, but who now -nperintends
the Britannic's, boasts a similar record.
He has made 154 round trip?, between
Liverp,,,ol and New York and has travel-
ed over 95-r-.^00 nautical miles, or 1,100,-
(00 stand:r-d English miles.-New York

First ;nd Last.
S The iure.sing prevalence of the scien-
Stific spirit, with its pl.,slon for exact
statement, males it more and more nee-
essary f.r inme:n to .ay precisely what they
menu and nothing el-e.
f "What is your last name, my little
Sman?" asked the new teacher.
"Tommy." answered the boy.
"Indeed! What is your ft.1 name?"
S "Tommy Jones."
-Then Jones is your last name."
S '"No, ma'am, excuse me. When I was
) born my name was Jones, and they
f didn't give me the other for more than a
t month."--Youth's Companion.
1 A firu in this city imports large qnan-
Stities of bort. --I did not know until a
s few weeks ag"-o," .-aid an official of the
. custom hous,-, '-what, bort is. Bort is
the .-mall fragments removed from dia-
e moud-. i t icutt-ing. When too small for
. jewelry y it is used for powder. The:
. sarkling powder is often sprinkled o:
Sthe 'head, of society belles, and their hair
sends forth sparks. as from a tliousand
f minriatuie diamonds. Edison uses a
Great deal of bort in the manufacture of
Sphonographs."-New York World.
d After the Panic.
S Miss Ntverpay-Why does paw look-
Sso glum, uiaw? Did the bank he keeps
t his money in fail?
I Mrs. Neverpay-Worse. The bank h;
is suuppied to keep his money in didn't
g fail.-G-'ood News.
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A Comparison Between the Condition of
SWomen Who Do What Used to Be Called
'. Women'sWork and Those Who Do What
" Used 4to Be Called Men's Work.
SThe working woman's sphere used to
S be confined chiefly to household work.
An:d it is a notable fact that in those
-days the newspapers containedA no stories
about women dying of starvation and
overwork in tenement houses. If any-
body died from these causes it was a
/:'' man. '
Descriptions of the agonies of starving
workingwomen and their families are
S' now a feature of the peiny papers. Only
S- a few days ago a woman in Jersey City
S who had worked in a big tobacco fac-
tory and was thrown out of employment
by her advanced years and inability to
handle the tobacco leaf as deftly as the
younger generation locked herself up in
her room to wait till the pangs of hunger
snapped the life cord., She almost suc-
ceeded. -
Such an occurrence twenty years ago
would have been commented upon by
the newspapers and statesmen all over
the country, and the philosophers would
have philosophized to the extent of a
book on the subject; but so common
have such events become in these days
since 'the extension of women's sphere"
that they attract little or no attention.
Perhaps some newspaper may, for the
purpose of advertising itself, get up a
subscription fund to buy a few necessa-
ries for the support, but the average cit-
izen reads the little story without emo-
tion. It disturbs him no more than a
view of the dirty streets or a struggle to
-get a seat in an elevated train.
And right here it, may be asked, in
,iew of the present condition of- work-
Singmen, "Has any one ever heard of a
woman, 'sticking to the old limited
sphere, of working. women-domestic
service-suffering for lack of the neces-
saries of life?" The newspapers record no
imch instances., One would be such
S novelty that the ambitionof themuseum
'men to secure unheard of curiosities
would be aroused.
. The fact is that the Only women de-
Spendent on their daily work for subsist-
ence who are comfortably situated, with
a few exceptions, are the domestic serv-
',, ants. All1 the thrifty ones have their,
bank accounts, and they don't know
'what it is'to want for food br clothes.:
< Moreover, their labor is comparatively
light, and they have real homes.
..So thoroughly is this fact recognized
/ that the societies devoted. to improving
Sthe conditions' of working women and
S helping them in their difficulties with
', 'employers exclude servants from their
range of wor6l.
; Mrs. M. J. Creagh, superintendent of
S the Working Women'sProtective union,
gives the reason, as follows:
"The working women in stores, fac-
S tories'and offices need all-the assistance
the unioiicahn give, for they are thesuffer-
ers.l Women who' work .as` domestics
,. may sometimes have reasonable grounds
:,:" 'for complaint, but their condition is so
far above that of the other working
women that they can always get along
comfortably. They can get places when-
ever they want.them, receive good wages,
don't know what hunger is, and are well
acquainted with the looks of a bank
'book. They dou't need help.
"It is this poor saleswoman, the over-
worked factory girl and the sewing wom-
an that has to be helped to live.
Considering the board matter, they
do not get one-half or one-third as much
as theservants and have to work longer.
Besides, they are often .cheated out of
their scant earnings. If they are sick
for a time they lose thdir little pay, and
perhaps their places are filled before they
recover. The servant girl, on the other
:" -- hand, gets her wages right along, and
if she is in a good family she receives
such medical and other attention as the
store girl cannot receive. She is, in fact,
settled, while her sisters in the world of
business depend on their week's salary

for food a nd lodging the following week,
S, and a few days' sickness means to them
S starvation and inadequate attendance or
Sa journey to a'charity hospital.
"Ther-fore this society gives all its at-
. tention to women outside of domestic
.- service.. As women go further and fur-
ther into the business world we have
__more to do than ever. Every day we
S have brought to our notice cases where
rich employers try to beat women out of
sums varyiiug from twenty-five cents tc
S- "The records here show, .better thau
S anything I know of, the slavery into
which women have been brought of late
-years. Employers know that women
have uot the money to pay lawyers to
sue for them, so they take advantage ol
tlheirlielplessness whenever they can. It
Sis remai-kable, however, that they settle
up with great rapidity when the womer
'come here to complain. Our counsel
Conducts \v- Northy cases free of charge
-and huts gut verdicts in the civil courts
S for more tlhun $50,0)0 since the unon be
gan its work."
When Mrs. Creagh was asked wlky th(
wages of girls-in ftcetories, store and of
fices were o so mall, she answered in al
most the same way as AMiss Van Ettet
Wowetn, "he said, took the places o
men in many occupations without or
ganizing themselves to obtain fair corn
sensation. They took anything they
could get. They expected to get married
some time, and their work was a tempo
rary expedient, at first, to obtain pi
: money. Now many of them find tha
.. they hat- really to support themselves
and their meager wages won't do it
S .: Still they bear their hardships, whitin
: ever for the gay cavalier who is to com

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Cleanhtg Colored Woolens. *
Four ounces of white castle soap, for-
ounces of ammonia, two ounces of alco-
hol and two ounces of glycerine. Shave
the sonp in one qrart of water over the
fire. Wbei dissolved add four quarts
of rain water, and when nearly cold the
other ingredients. Bottle and keep in a
cool place. One cup of this mixture in
two quarts (f water will be sufficient for
ordina.n" use. Now Ivy the goods on an
old shect, and iron rapidly and lightly
on the wrong side, and then roll tightly
on a curtain pole or any round piece of
wood. If this is carefully done you do-
away with the creases made by folding.
For black silk or cloth di.solve one table-
spoonful- of borax and one tabhlespoonflW
of indigo in one pint of warm water.
Sponge the pieces well and lay smoothly
one above the other, and, i possible, put
in the sun to dry.--Ladies' Home Jour-
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SAn Electric Alarm Clock.
An, ordinary clock is electricallycon-
nected with the cal,"bell, which, whon it
once starts o4!, does not stop ringing in-
til the circuit is broken. As thtis can
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West Side Second Street, hear Centre, ,


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The Kitten Will Vouch for This.
One the seventh 'floor of the St. Cathe-
rine flats, at Fifty-third street and Madi-
son, avenue, a particularly pretty Mal-
tese kitten has the good fortune to live.
Her favorite snoozing place is on the
seat of one of the windows overlooking
the court yard. This window happened
to be open for a few minutes the other
morning, and the kitten, quite carried
away by the novelty of the idea, stepped
out upon the window ledge t6 take a
cat's eye view of the yard below and the
surrounding country generally.
An instant later her paws slipped
from under her upon a piece of ice and
over she went. She fell a trifle of some
six stories and then landed feet fore-,
most just upon the extreme edge of the
roof of one of the outbuildings. But so
teTrrific was the force with which she
landed there that she bounced from off
the roof like a rubber ball, and after
this instant's respite continued on her
headlong journey toward the ground.
She landed on'her feet again, shook
herself for a moment just to see that
she was all there, and then giving vent
to a faint yowl of triumph, as one would
say, "How's that for high?" picked her
way toward the house again with a de-
lightful air of nonchalance and totally.
oblivious to the fact 'that she has only
eight lives left to her credit.-New York
Evening Sun.
A Touching Appeal.
"Were you touched at the minister's
eloquence last night?" inquired Weeks.
"Yes," returned Wentman gloomily,.-
"for $10."-American Grocer.

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Rogers' Finest Silverware
Comprises the following items: Bon Bon Trays, Cake
Stands, Berry Baskets, Butter Dishes, Syrup Pitchers,
Water Pitchers, Castors, Napkin Rings, Solid Silver Thim-
bles, Mugs, Cups and Saucers, Celery Stands, Pickle
"Stands, Sugar Bowls, Spoons, Knives and Forks, Sugar
Shells, Butter Knives, Salt and Pepper Stands, Jelly Stands.
To our line of these goods we ale and shall be constantly adding, with

S our same guarantee of their being the highest grade of goods, to be
had only at our store ENGRAVING DONE at the factory without extra charge
when so desired. .. ,

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MOORE & MANUCY, Publisher
1 >".5'0 A Y/PiA R; F1].5 FOR SIX MONTHII
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--Turpentine's Many Uses.
'.:- Turpentine is an article so widel
..., used in the arts and so easily ob
tained that its virtues as a domestic
S remedy have, in a great .mnnsuin
been overlooked, says the Bostoi
/ -G lobe. .-
r n the- early stages of croup c
S almiostany throat or chest trouble i
is well nigh a specific. Rub th
S chest and throat until the skin i
red;, then. tie a piece of flannel o
cotton batting over the chest moisi
ened -with a few drops of the oil, an
inhale the vapor. By rubbing Qo
sweet oil irritation of the skin ma,
Vbe avoided. ,
*: .For burns it is invaluable, applie,
either with a rag or in a salve. Th
pain vanishes, and ,healthy granule
tion soon begins. Its use is at firs
-.:._ .. anA -with omnid era ble smarting
S but the permanent good more thai
... compensates for it.
S, Turpentine, in which is dissolve
.as much camphor as it will take uti
iis pre-eminently the dressing fo
Slaceration, bruises and cuts. It
anticipated'action is equal to that c
carbolic -acid it speedily stops th
,.bleeding. (Hunter says: It is th
.- best, if not the only true styptic,
allays the pain arid hastens the pro
cess of healing. Few, if any ulcers
ong resist, its continued application
As a-Jiniment .turpentine, witl
equal parts of laudanium, campho
and chloraform, is unsurpassed
SSprains, rheumatic pains, bruise,
and sometimes even neuralgia, yiel<
,,'to its magic influence..
.-*' As. an inhalation turpentine haE
S proven of great service in bronchitis
S pneumonia, pleurisy and other throa
;" .and.lung affections. If you have i
cough' sprinkle, a little on a hand
.". kerchief and hold. to your mouth and
S nose for a fW m'iriutes, breathing th<
S vapor, and note -the relief.
Internally turpentine has enjoyed
for a-icentury 'he reputation of being
S. :.a specific for sciatica. Its mode .0
S operation is .unknown, but that it
.. cures stands as proof:.of its virtue
,- rTen dops three -times a day i.
-/; -;,- sweetened rwater.is the dose.
,. :. As .a F'remedy for the bane of child,-
S- hood, worm.s it is well known.. A
.. teaspoonful given in. a half glass of
.' ~~ s. weetened milk, followed in an hour
S- -or two by a full dose of castor -oil
s .. eldomi -fails. The practice of 'ouri
:" ,l"ralndmothler in giving it to us on
''sugar for coughs and sore throat .was
"".. ..based on common sense.,
::. A btlhin a halfpintof tWrpeutine
L :..-and two pdounds of sal sdi in an
ordinary bathtub, t 'e-qarter full
of water, 1 t 100 Falhl'nheit, wiill
: :. cure-the itei' when other rne,:dite.
: fail. Three or four b th.t, one daily.
Share usually suffcient .- ,-.
S Cotton soaked in, oliIe oil an.l
turpentie til put-iu thae ar oi'ft,.-
stops earache of, the I',ost, pnidi
S kind. .j m"- .
SIn the -hands of the phydicia.l
turpentine is of great value in
typhoid fever, an, of late is us\\l\
in yellow fever with great success.
And last, it is a sure anti.l,,t,- f:'r
phosphorus, such as chillren ,f'teni
swallow when they lanchi on mutch,
heads. Five or ten drops fonted on
Water. slhouldl lIe given. every hour
.. .till the danger is past. No oily ,r
rm ucilaginous' ?u.-.t:, ncest <: shotldi te
a- aken. If tlhe stom:,ea i is unable to
retain it, it may be given as an
enema in double the quantity..
Keep turpentine in your hIouse.
-- .. .. It Was the Moon.
:- ,_, Of Caily!e Mr. -Goldwin Smith tells
":. one excellent story: One evening the
._ .party -we seated on the terrace at La3y
-." -Ashbm-ton's,.in contemplation of-the
." gloiiona moon that shone ove-rheadl.

"Poor 61d-womanl" broke out Carlyle,
S. suddenly. The company looked astound-
Sed, but it soou transpired that the refer-
Sence was not strictly personal. The
sage was-merely apostrophizing the
-. moon, and condoling with her upon the
-.. scene of folly she was doomed to look
"- down-upon on every hand-ezcept, per-
S'5 -haps, at Chehiea.-Pall Mall Gazette.
S 'Twas a Good Deal Nearer to Keep Ou.
_"The.funniest incident in my experi-
ence?" querie --tTife--i -Tge6-p-cemF7ian.-
: That was the couple from the country
S just "married. They had reached the
exact center of the bridge. 'Oh, my
.. darling, can't go a step farther,' ex-
claimed the bride; 'what shll we do
-- -'Do, my precious? Why, well go back
tw.the New York end and take a train
Acrosss' And they did."-New York
B ... .. aboo English.
-- -One mian during an _examination was
:: told to write an essay upon the horse,
W- which he did in the following brief terms:
"The horse -is a very noble animal, but
- when irritated he ceases to do Ro." An-
-othe.- r had to write npon the difference
-- between riches and poverty, and he ended
by saying: "In short, the rich man wel-
e- trs in crimson velvet, while the poor
man. snorts on flint."-Lady Dufferin's
Viceregal Life in India.
Giants Nearly Twenty Feet Tall.
7e giant Ferragus, who was slain by
Orlando, the nephew of Charlemagre,
!i -was eighteen feet high. He always ac-
companied the army on foot, there bebig
n.o- : no horse tall and strong enough to c,-ary

Hobby Horses, Velocipedes, Toy Wagons,- Carts, Wheelbar-
rows, Baby and Doll Carriages, Child's Chairs, Dolls, Vases, Nov-
elties, Picture .Frames, Toy Cups, Saucers andI Mugs, Toy Tea
Sets, Toka China Tete-a-Tete Sets, Large Dinner and Tea Sets,
Stove Pipe, Elbows, Bird Cages, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Suspend
ers, Fancy and China Cuspidores, Flags, Toy Pistols, Paper Caps,
Bird Seed, Gravel, Cuttle Fish, Mocking Bird Food, Water Cool-
ers, Umbrellas, Locks, Black Boards, Laundry Soaps, Colothes
Pins, Washboards, Wine Sets and Cut Glass Wine Glasses, Cake
Stands, Sauce Stands, Jelly Stands, Fruit Bowls, Syrup Pitchers,
Tubs, Buckets, Brooms, Curtain Fixtures, Sugaar Buckets,
,*') "' SC- ,
Lanterns and, Globes, Cl01othes Baskets, Scrub Brushes, ,Mops and
Sticks, Ammonia 10- Cents per Bottle Mu iag,'e-and more bar-
gains on lhe way. Space now stops us. Come and see -THE
ROOF IN A TOWN THE SIZE OF THIS! 0 come and look at

The Exposition.- Bargain House :

dollar spent with us.