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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: April 7, 1891
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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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FERNANDINA, FLA., IDAY, APRIL 7, 1891.


-; SUBSCRIPTION, $2.50 PER YEAR; SINGLE COPY, 5 CENTS.


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J 0 Embroided Swiss and mull flounc
$ SOM sHING "insnew goods, latest-designs, at
/ *, .'+ J.fi T. KYDD'S.
... / } VELY -The .first number of:the Daily
.: ^ '.. .' N'I(. MFloridian appeared yesterday. It is
^. '-NI-'"E, a neat and newsy sheet, worthy of a
^ m iffft- fflB liberal patronage.
ANliU MfATlIT" TLUM, A set of very handsome pearls has
/ ... / been left at Palmer Bro's drug store
A, trifle higher than other brands, to be disposed of for $250. .They
/but superior in quality. Sold bv are worth fully $350 "
/ ..FRED W. HOYT L, CO. Cabbage plants, cabbage, lettuce,
.;. :.[ o ni -. onins,, potatoes,, celery, radishes
4r- .', beets,, etc., at Baer's grocery and
ill: '..OJ..Ii "BrI.. market garden,, corner Centre'and
i^rv3-. '*r : :. ., TelnhSts., Feranclna,Fla. q*)
', F"RED W. HOYT & CO. -a, ,
.. .:*' -.: ., ,Mr. ,.alTen FE -Beott, of Amelia,
};. .. '.' .received- ,by express N yesterday four
S."'* *fine Poland China-pigs, and hitendsO
:* CUT YOUJR 'GRASS. to see what can be done in raising
.'" -.. ~ hog's of' this breed.','.::.. :/
B Buy the MONARCc1 LAWN MOWER. 0
JW*Cheap, Durable, Perfect. To Let-The house on lot 23,
S-block 14, Fourth street. Will not
Sold only by be rented to any one unless paid for
FRED W. HOYT & CO. in advance. To a good tenant the
...-, house will be rented cheaply; Apply
at this office.. *
--,:'" *The finest line of An unusually interesting meeting
,- .". ". -of Ponce de Leon Counicil,A 'L of
. f BS#ANH.,FANCY CAKES i.,will be held this eve^ng, Memt
*-''-:- : bers are eari)estly requested to at-
: Everl'brought to Fernandinrr.'Jo in tend and hear one of their promin-
our store. Prices low.'* ent companions ratete"
FE' ". FIE'D W. HOYT & CO. THE MIRROR reporter was mismn-
"* "'. _formed in regard- to the piling
f.p.. "ri "- ^ wished, by. Mr. R. H. Jones: They
'.,' -.. *.'V ...... r Contractor McChiffin, to be
T ZT DEliiver ed.a .l H Cooney, Eckstein
W'rf, and iotfbit eleva-
,,,,.p j.....-- :, attended' to. '. .. ,_' .7. "
TcTm 'a-.ch., WvirNfif-. ScILDy'LfR. The Legislature has a great deal of
.ork to do, hoped that the.
-.- .... --.- TIONS.". ". time will ijot".--.b uttered ,wav, in i
Loi9l.- .4ipenli^B and -ltppings.fromi'-Our-.;tryig to., t.Mr- CaI's suc6essor.-,
~ Exchanges "' -Q0 ,.u "- l---' v. -.
:" T .-'- -. ',- 25"et. "Do .outduly.,gvtleen,:by .obey-
.k "slks, 35.it yard't electing4. \en IRio^m to Ifill i
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6- Sume time since the relatives of-The Leesburger and Mr. Call. An Intellectual Treat in Store. MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
the late Joseph Longwood planted he Leeslburger severely critic.es Tuir: M nRor. takes pleasure in a.- PORT OF PERNANDINA.
over his grave tw6 orthree' beautiful ; IIERROR on accountof a-com,- noieini, to tlhe people of our city UI.. I .VrTER-|-,,E.NTr I rN,.A, TIME. I
y St. Joseph lilies, and under the fos- iat on, signed "Nassati that thattheF-rnandina Volunteers have ii-,u- ::-,.;.................. a l 6.13 p
.....care\Velne',.h y .............. 11 .42 a tIli 7.04 p Il
terng arebesowe up n t en th .. ". ,: '. ............
3wed Upon them tie Pared in our issue, of the 21thl artr:,ngdl with the agent of C. E. TIhusi.vr : .2........ 7.33:a 111 ,n
,i -plants were growiieg,- nor th Xolto,, M. A., for one of that, gentle- LOW WA1 7w1r1Z.
b a tif lly N ih T En oiif-.-h. i .................... ..... .
Last Sund~ay-they were watered as ir of that communication hnis rran's1:-'iIliant, lectutres ancl art en- _\ ;.dn y............ ,127 a i 1251 pmit
, usual; but on returningtO't lie grave desire to enter into a new.-p,l-,lf tertainments, to 1)e d ; -li-re. at Ly- riiir l.,y. ....... ....... 1 l.. ,, i.3 p ,,
as disov- troverv in regard tothe eri ceum Ha onMonda evening, the a,, --Stea nship-'t" ,,f St..Au-,."
e rered that some vandal.l-or vandal, ts of Thepeople 13th inst. ',The subject of the lecture tine. F,'ird), New York.
had uprooted the lili'.s 111d take :;NassSu'" cou1tV are, acquainted is:-' hLa3ndsOf (lie Minight Sl n, or M-rll, 5-Brig Ellen M. Mitrell, snmill,
them away. |i the recdt,(Jl hafgentleneih ien, Topof thesC, bGlobel" oi ll'e y I i" P0 p,,,Pr.
The better you-are the inore Von _;Hatorial (-miftitv, the Coigress- theyfoloulowi vitws:
will be-inclined to believe other peo- record, ahriste. by this- paper, Steamer from -q. Au-Mstine. "C1IiS- ie
pie tobe goo kept thlem well posted in re- tariia;" and Univer.-ity 0-carshall. Os- schooner J. B. Hlol,len, Haskell,- to
p i t b g o d a n d4 1 i n d .; t h e w o r s e ( ,: n ,: E .k t e n .1, ,
Syou are -you selff the m ore inclined r, it. THE M,1IRRR has w atged caT h ; "',i," ,H .J. P we ,.,,,t, ,R,,i,, .,
voul UWill be to believe without' evi- -il. ,aai\r warfare ag ,him, but v ^ Wek,-,me \ Brial Fair & ^._.:tl,.
ll~eo rle jl Na ,.au CnetktB( ,a,. L\ell
Jtence other people to be dishonest, oS nw g t v,^,i-e. Genuine Fun. A SoII ur .,r Kate S. Flhot. Pewinter, to Bor.
" 11..orth o hose of the interiortof the Statee, E isturieal Prize. Magnificent W!aterfalls ,f* &(,,.
,ZV,,unwo11y; n 01onthis principle ,... ...= .h,, n arLi C (. Kiiiinszi. W)~lm y
based the!declaratio ( 1t1 what inot f'or'go he manner ril l\liicli and Gla-:iers. ni uaint. ',._ttites _ant: to Epl-i,,.:ir: Ruteil.
j U ased g ent h ye id "-e ve 'ishll he interests of their- harbor, have Halbit.s of tlhe N,-,rse People. Power of Sch.-,pnerA D- I-. lai,.-..,,n,IlitLh," t,,Cooney,
judged. hen people hear ou i lectedby him, le Bll's Violin over pratial Jon E.-ktei C.
t rely u'peo. 1 in t,.;.1 o es Eri's .'u'1 Snow Loathered with one Sch,,i_,ner R.-jbt. J. Birr,.Edwarlr. t,.;. Bor-
an on-hand way, pronouncing other .- to- rely upon S..1 L I Fl
M_ .. hand',Flowers with the other. Lapp jl~l)Sd- '
people to be false, wicked and un- a4 Pasco toado what was tn-e,:lut Fi.- .- i. th ,.
:- q "; ; ..; ,and Flm.'u s. C a Fl [ tl .,( [a _i; Sle ,'.'hOOnl fE ',,ui ,. tB,'., zw ax.
trus'tworfhy, they\ instinctively con- senator Call. Neith er can tlhey at 'North 'ape. The Midnight'Sun ora S,.h,.icie ElworIa H. Bl., Sniili. to
cltude-vou a'e v'oufelfe tust that tind fet the time wlien he.was, instrut- 2,:,'d,.c: k Sunrise n.,:l Sunset.. A Fish Coney, E-k~ tin <,,.
ofa person ; butw%]en llby their own nAtatl in cutting down':the'appro- Story. Vikin. Ship. America riis,,vered Schooner'Je .ie Lima, VeOAzie, New York,
conduct, Iby what you see-and know, l-Ation ufo:r FFern n i ina bar and years l ,re (-',l,: a to ,n E k -tein ,
.! .. ': "% C ,:lu m bl u s a t I ce la ni,1. A n ie rie a '-s O ld e st
others have compelled you to belive .vf 1ng .75000 of iLt on to that of t. St. How to Win.
that tl ey areso, then you are- -usti J(ii s ba,- the latter a matter(ot Ruin.AMotzFehlt Family lEask i aeAlyoung mail fro m tile country
. : ) ,J ,,le t h e r s a n d B a l .v S-- e a l s k i n T r a v e l i n g, a s e t e e w o r H r l d h w e
eied in so. believing, fdr by U- ir d-eM]edly inl'i-nor imlportance to the ai the t I, .e ro. Sum o d t wi eN w o d fortu oe. T rh e
faults ye all know then.m." .Ie ti of the interior. These are mer in the Arctic Reions. The North- re.ly is well worth storing in one's
The cold I ^)ell of the last AlremOers of record, and ift the Lees- west Passage. Sir John Franklin. Cap- ,nemiorvy Do vour work well, no
Th oM sell of heat ,te or i^pbuer had kept postedl in regard to tain DeLon, an'd tthe Jeanuette. Polai nriatter'what it is. Study your busi-
four dalys has done sonie d(-arlaage i'111 ''
Nassa s county, but lot as 1m-e tho it would not ha'e RnsinuatedPi,:,ns. PI.,A Nordenskiold finally ness. Make yourself master of it by
Li c Trich as T.uepih. Stars and Stripes highest Up punting your head and heart into it.
in the "interior. "At Callahan au, d .Senator :aones Id never secured the Globe. "Greeley's Last, Camp," and -If it. hi.bookkeeping, then keep books
Hart's Road we. hIarn tat here av important appropriation out- his Res,-.ne. Gen. Greely as "Old Proba- in such a kiashion that the angel Ga-
ere sevea sidof Escambia county ;" ft-.n that abilities \\Will Ameri-,a Discover Either briel will want to lend you his crown
co s eai n ea y lrow te in d a t ei"len an was ever ready, in 'the Pole '? as a token of approval. If you are
pc At Aofie'lia tomatoeser pse c A[iee room as 'e s ln the Mr. Bolton is one of the most mechanic, or artisan, or farmnr, be
7Suali.1 proud of yourself f and the rest of the.
paes other tedeia egtaloes, slufesed .serte clamber, to speak the good prominent gentlemen in the lecture wol w so b po of you.
a'nhlit 'd nooe tone ve eitb s\tert ^"ops that should have been spoken field, and the press throughout the Nothing is needed so much in this
h-tere ,w-1 )ot t nr et et nt, h i ,'5_'enator Call in behalf of Flor- country speaks in the highest terms generation asa man with skilled fin-
l .so bume l ite n e ct id:js only Atlantic deep-waterport. of hisentertainments. Itisonlyby gers. Y
itf~e, 0 tyltteaaeha en r Call has: a few friends inl Nas- chneta itevcswre secured the clock will strike an unexpected
dofeoSt~ravge to say, in the large -[ hour and the opportunity-which
vegetable "garden owred1 l.-ri {.a. c ,_ey the Volunteers. Having been comes to everybody in turn, but
,ar.not;a s' -0- 1 poll one hunilred votes for any booked for three nights in Jackson- Which most people nmiss-will pre-
S i- o^within the gupeople; ville. it was afterwards discovered sentitself. Savemoney. The brave
01 M1-11,11, "h'ts five d la upu in his. 4
......: nl ,., v his~adbr J3 th~ids..t th-. P.o..L-nene Hn, had b_.1er maln al hadollar surplus s
,-,...r ingCer-s. And tilelpeople of this yi,~,aa '".. : .. --,". ou because you can't have a, four-'
;ertweyyea r but this is aetile-opportunity in-hand necktie. All rgt, let' it
rnistake, as a similar visitation oc- ayu ,sellao th o -, -.ws utilized by engaging him to lee- laugh. You -are your own world
tur-ed oil the same days in. I1S80- ay fe .-tifiableinthi p ture-in th is city. andc people who sneer are simply
n6ui"-61)o:sitioto Air.cH. H e rai .Ihe ty
April 'd, 4th, 5tlh and 6Ith. At that ... ,.:... _.- The price of admission is only 50 outside barbarians When they see
time the damage to both vegetation lr3 -httd an cents, and as the entertainment is tat fve dollar ill groin lger
njA_1ndeeyhn tn ythey will want to shake hands with
ad fruit Werty (II-eat. This tt ending tq for the benefit of the Volunteers, we o as;n on s
e have herrd of no i sojurr to the o1 terts and why? Simpy trust that Lyceum Hall will be well within your income and you
fruit. tf i"S atoism to the crowded on the occasion. We feel will save yourself from skulking
founder of the town -and it is gen- asu t t who attend will round the corner like a kicked dog
Pesoalas eral believed that this sae anta- ,when the dun is on your track,
Perona an SoialNots., .erllbeleve tht tiissane atag be more than amply repaid. T.hnis hngo h lnti
Col. R. M. Smith, of Fernandina onisri has actuated him in his course Thehandiest thing on the planet is
and tare Wa il thec~yyestr- owar th F.the penny laid up for- a rainy day. .
and Starke. was in the city yester- towad the F. C. & P. Railroad, the The Inside Route. -Settle down-to the concluSon that.
dy. predeessor of which (the Florida The Times-Union of yesterday you are just an average North Amer-
Mr. H. B. Stowe, of the Florida Railrad) had the same founder, contained the following special tele- ican boy and then start in.- Keep
Pathfinder, was in the city yesterday W\\le THE MIRROR is no apolo gist gam,. dated Washington, April 5t-:alert, lok after y3 di- -
gathering statistics for his valuable for corporations or monopolies, we Much interest hasbeen awakened here er appas, etubo n't e-a s beoke c'
publcatondo nit think that any man who b the --ct "
publication. by the fact that the United States rove- toed inall your dealings- tridwe-.
Mr. J M. DesRoachers, wife and aow-personal prejudices to influ- Due cutter Morrill-has succeeded.-in will wager a cookie that at'sikty you:
child caime over fron Jacksonville ence Es actions as a public official making -the trip from Fern'andina, Fla., w1."have.to lookbackward forhos -
chldcae ve fomJakoniletare in. o ok ourwr -fr.th '
lst evening, lrs. esRoches is 'oughto represent the Stein orto Charleston, S. C.' a dist ance of 155 who began the race- with- you.
last evening. Mrs. -Des ac-hers is __ r en the State in ou miles. through the inland passage. It is -- ._
just recovering fiom a spell of sick- aio alcoucils. Office. is a pub- thought this trip estalihes the fac, that- ...A Ve Bad. HaAMS "- .-.-' ..
ness, and we feel assured that she lic tllst., and the interests of the war vessels drawing not over ten? feet of Nothing-is more. indicative of ill -
will continue to improve while in peop) should not be neglected by a water could navf~gate this entire distance breeding than the famitiarity" with
Fernanina -pub^1 official on account of personal without difficulty. It is also believed which men and Women make. use of".
l' ,animsities with which they are not that an inland ehaunel could soon be es- each other's giveni hnames.'- It .s well.--
Miss Annie Papy, accompanied by con ged Besides, Mr.' Call has tablished along our entire Adantic coast. enough for schoolmates and_ college i.
Mis Lsa iliam, f Tllhasee pntnrhi Ina pnnoitwh a little dredging, a ten-foot chart n-" -" to "s dii.utv ... plai "_' "
Missfo isaannllahs ofsTeral.ahassee held ;he Senatorship long- enough. ^^ ... .. ... tary or- J'ohn in-addressin th~eir. -
lef lb Sv annah_.i yo tern la y.i Missa H e .louid gracefully retire and 'boat" could... run all "the :wa' "from ... rn a- eo panm ns,- out.,with e.-..ther .. ev -., .- .
P-apv ^svisit to Fernaudina was a alowome one else to nil the posi- "epi and eve .ro -w York toences of personal dlgnity acquire- --
most pleasant one, and her regret a tin- ma wil iw bra Ferandnawihout having to goout- Y..., y ..- b.- ,- ---"-"
leaving is only equaled by .that of enu to tak inh whl Sae side, except for a distance of about~lO.. _?0 -T ", .... ,
her many Fernandina fi'iends in an ^ an patcua cit or sec mie on the cos of tt Caolns o en.. to1 reri..f ^ ut-l ^.:
parting with her. _. tion--uch a man as William D. where, -however, there are numerous firat name of ttheir-tnaie_.frier&! .-:'
One of the most conspicuous Bloxlhi or John F. Dunn. shelter islets. speakirng to- fhem, but, in virivae-a3:: **
young men in the house is Carleton The advantage of tlins inside passage- well as public, a -certain titne reser'vo ---
of n~ii H isbv ir he oun-- ms ithut orknffway along the coast is obvious. .Torpedo is maintained by- adopting- this ;'_'
of N~assau. H-e is byflar the young srg Withlout Working. an othe gunbat of light draft could course, tays the l~ustrated:AmeH'-t' ...
est member in either branch of the It i~aid that between the island occupy it in safety, could move-from can.. I'is just as--easy .to-refer,.o -
legislature, is quck to comprehend of Maigascar and the coast of India point to point without risk of discovery Mr. Jones as Mr. Jones, i-nstead .o-


any question that is being.discussed, there ie 16,000 islands, only 600 of and could dash out unexpectedly from Tom, Jim,. or Will, only in tielattet "
andl, judging from the start he has whicl-are inhabited. In any of one outlet or another to attack the en,- case a degree of inimaey i :mplied- ..
made, will ably represent Nassau in theselands a.-man can liveand ery, having all the while behind themr oplimentary-to --Othei party. .
-made, will ably represt Nas i t e *a safe retreat where they could not be After a1, it is a mere habit, and by a
this session.-Tines-Union of today, suppq his family in princely lux- ao'Iowed by a large vessel', little careful cor-ection a lady wi -
This is the kind of "'taffy" so freely ury thout working more than in future considerations of coast de- soon find henelf quite as fluent in
dispensed by the T.-U. in order to twentfive days in the year. In lenses, doubtless, utHization of the inside addressming-andmentioning her mas-
win votes for Mr'. Call; but it is sin- fact, c some of these islands he waterways .of the coast wiil. have due culine acquaintances by their correct
cerely 'hoped that Mr. Carteton will neednuwork at all, as nature pro- place, and in that connection the con- tltleS: as when she undignifiedly
disregard the polite invitation, and vides ie food, and no clothes are suction of light-draft gunboats and thie spoke of then- inhe same terms
SI use of all means by which torpedo ser- her cook enipfoys in-alluding to the
not misrepiresent Nassau county by require. What a glorious country useo fal e ma and effective grooms --"
tht dbei wvri icelcn tbe mnegaaaleced. nd efectivehance.9
voting for Mr. Call. that %Ild be in which to run a tri-
-weekldjewspaper. All the glory wil n bengetd A Good Chance.
"wekl~ewsape.. ll he lor :. ,For sale--Twenty acres of improvedl
Last Notice to Taxpayers, one c4d wish foir and plenty of .: Ladie. w house an o g
Tuetndreds of useful articles for the Amelia City, on Amelia Islind, rnwthe
closed oin the last day of April (Thurs- kitchen just arrived at J. Heury Smith's. city- of Fernandn.Fnleto ;good.
.day, the30th). All property on which Homeo^hicandElectro-Homeopathic c ut l ia nie society ele aioa
the* taxes for the year 1890 are not paid hd
bv that time Will 6e advertised for sale. Remedies, 5 to loanoHMRR
J.H. JONES, At I J. Heckel's office, Ash, near On good, improved property. Apply For particular, apply to THMrRROB "
Tax Collector Nassau County. Sixth sets. Toothache drops, cough to S. D. Swann, office of Town Improve- For Sale. ..
Last Notice. lozenge panacea salve/ worm pills, inent Company. Finest central location in the city of "
Lat N tc .headaelpills, corn and wart eure, colic Y r'r .ernandina..'Two 100 feetsquare][94in "
Parties holding tickets on music box .and ..a. .s, cr and vartre, cal- Orderyour clothingof W. J. Lonm-an,o
are notified that the drawing will come and c ca drops, Hamamehsextr., cal- ,, r^ .g.^, phiad one block ; high ground; on three-strpt_. .,
off on Alpril 10th, Without fail, at 3 p,m. endulaItr., arnica extr., croup and phia made to order clothing. Fit and .^^MHand omseven-roo otae ooli I. ....
MODE BRos. cough !)ps, whooping cough drops, ql guaranteed;.500 l"les at the Neighborhood unsurpawed. City ate '-
-1 tarntyandMorgagDedlegal te'isks, tape worm remedy, ear- ^ and fine bdiek well. Terms, one-fourth ,
cap, four pages, for sale at this office; ache 3s, eye satlvej etc. Pamphlets cash; balance on time. Address A., car&
75 cents per dozen, and pajs for instruction. Please call. I1Old newspapers for sale at this office. MAIRROR office,


i .,i; r-L j'+fl W ^ '-' ,A.+ ,' . "" ^ _- -
regular Ieetng WednesdaY. tired from practice,"' but-whose gen- 1
Beadleston & \Voerz Porter, $1.75 'erosity prompts him to give a receipt
per dozen, at G. A. Latham's. -- for the cure of consumption, free of c
Major Duryee's -saw-mill is again charge, has sen-t us another proposi-
in fill blast. tion to advertise his humbuggery.
Drafts from $50 to $100, 25 cents Ts time he increases the price to a
each at Bank of Fernandina. .$5 iet-for a twenty-line local one
The brick yard at -Callahan is in -ear-
operation, with plenty of orders to Mr. S. B. Manucy and a pry of
fill. three friends, all of the Times-Union
H o, n, r establishment, .are encamped at a
Hay, corn, atsou t End, where they will remain
in any quantity, at ._ "
-' F~DY V.Ho;':& C's. twvo_ weeks fishing for drumi, etc.
S .- -Another party of marooners, under
.,.' St Augustine has just been visited t chaperonage of Captain R. Mas-
.: :bya 9 OO _fire., -loshng her big gas are expected to join them for a
P/. p1lai1t--. t week.
.: "French-,.ll-wool callies, in. pat- The United States court, adjourned
-. teins; rt New Yor prices, at term, was opened in Jacksonville
J. J& yesterday morning. The names of
G.-F.Stewart has, been appointed the following persons from Nassau
J-- justice of the peace for District No. 4, county were drawn to serve as petit
Nassau county.-'- juror;: Samu- Petty, Luke Miller,
-: -Why send off t6r;=tallor wl-en-you Charles Sadler and J. W. Howell.
"- 'can gef th--P~u~re article fTor 5 cents. The three first are all negroes and
:= -per pound atJ. Klarers? the--latter deputy collector at this
The- Blritish steamship Tormore, port.,
.... d lead from Ptiladelp-ia The question has been asked if
f or this port-on the 3d ins-L Na'ssat'0u onty has ever repudiated
Do yqu-want fine oysters? Man- her bonds, In reply we would say
uel MattoxCentre street wharf, can .thait in July, 18S9, the board of
...suppy'ou ith the best. t- county commissioners authorized
The, man who- -is- wise ih his own the treasurer to purchase all out-
I eye-s looks at. .otlher-people through standing bonds of the county at a
the.'trongyend'of the-telescope. price not exceeding $115 tor each
.... ., c r bond, which was their face value.
:-.. Novelties~in gent neckwear, scarfs ^
-: and tfoui"in-hans, just received b None have been offered. No;Nas-
.J ,k T K ) "D .
-: *- ,' -, T. K D. sauTHE MIRROR has of late reprinted
<-*:--- A o0od- way to find out how much T R he
--religion.-sonie -ersons have is to copious extracts from the Memoirs
"P 6f-Jefferson Davis," in two volumes,
watch them when they ean't have
Sown written by Mrs. Davis and pub-
thei w ;)
OrE adlis.ed by the Belford Company, of
Ou- lEvergreen correspondence ot f ^ Waeermyb
Mac- 1s-.ii ohadprl4h New York. Whatever may be the
arch 3Ist came to and .Aprilhpolitics or sectional feeling of those
ce.nseqtrently the items contained who'read these remarkable volumes,
.thereiniare now stale, there can be but one opinion as to
We notice that the Call organs do their historical value, or as to the
.Ot- have much to say about his impress they must make upon the
_. almost solitary Southern vote for the literature of the century. While it
".'... .d eendent pension bill. cannot be hoped that the passions
j-- bThere,"wfre two- cases of drunk and prejudices of the struggle have
c-".. sealed in cify court this morning, wholly vanished, during the twenty-
:.-:.. ]n oeike tbd of $5 -wasg estreated; in- five years which have elapsed since
S" ." othiher fine of $5 was imposed, the echoes of the-last cannon-shot
-- "The Democratic caucus at Talla- died away, sufficient cool judgment
ela:.-hassee -h," virtually decided the has supervened to admit of this
:-.1./ n:0-to wJIo .shal be- president of Memoir being received as a most
-^-ithee-Sen:at.e and speaker of the House. important contribution to the story
I0 .-';rke eit'-E .pw.u will fill the first of our great and now permanently
Gfl' aion"andDr Gaskins the second, cemented Union.


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What a World It Is, Anyhowi
A writer in Forest and Stream calls
attention to-the fact that man only
wrests with infinite pains from nature
the things that he needs, while hurtful
and deadly plants and animals increase
many fold with all his efforts to exter-
minate them. The wheat and corn
which with toil and anxi'?ty man raises
for his bread are subject to destruction
by beat or cold, by wet or drouth, or in-
sect pest. A hail storm may annihilate
in half an hour the wheat crop of a year
,:and beggar the farmer. "But neither
frost nor hail nor thunder," no, nor
nothing else, ever destroys' the weedA
that make -life a burden to the agricult-
urist. *1' Thistles, ragweed and the un-
speakable ox-eyed daisy not earthquakes'
could do away.
AIn the animal world the wild ducks
and geese that used -to be so abundant
have nearly disappeared, but hawks,
crows, owls- and English sparrows re-
main. Farmers and-farmers' boys have
waged war in America for twd centuries
against crowsahd hawks." Yet crews are
apparently more abundant than ever,
and hawks are certainly not disappear-

The ge:n tle quail. which furnishes food
for man, st'arves when the snow is oh the
ground: but the field mouse, .t fhat' plays
havoc with the graiut live-s royally, un-
der the snow. The same snow imprisois
-the deer, appanintly just to let his ene->
my, the'wolf, get a better whack at him.,
So it is throughout-the things that
we Wan"'and-arp good for S we muist
work our heads off to secure, ahd then
we don't always get them. The things
that we don't want and are 4a: nuisancee
and a 1ist ,to us we can't get rid of,
though we fight them all the time.
On the whole, what a \v,:,rli it is any-
how!
George W. Chhils' Ideal.
Somebody calls George W. Childs the
-'kindliest -pirit in doing courtesies"
that this modern generation has pro-
duced. In his "Recollectionis" recently
published is mentioned the Childs ideal
of success in Lusiness. The millionaire
newspaper editor and publisher is not at
all of opinion, according u) his state-
ments here gi-ven, that it is necessary
for a newspaper to pandl.-r to a low pub
lie taste in; order to be successful. How
magnificently he hiin:-lf has succeeded
alt the world lnows, and the stranglparn
of it is that the 'ni.r,-- money Mr. ChildI
gives away the richer he himself seemr,
to become. He ha;s i.,l,-t-d gained "1sue
cess with honor."
Of his idtea ofwhN."t a uewspapt.r Uughl
to be, and what he strove'to make of his
paper at the start of his journalistic
career, Mr. Chinlds says: -
A worked h-ard..t' make the paper asucceec;
for several year, I seldom lett the editorial
room, bL:-f'oi' midnight, a oragnug from twelve
to fourttu-eu hours ;1 day,-at tie otlie. I strove
to elevate its, tt6ne, awl I think I su.'eeeded.
If asked wht I Uveu by this. perhaps I had
better quote thle tfri,-ndly w.-urdi of the late
Rtv. Dr. Primtu: "Mil. Child-3 excluded from
the- pa-per all deiailspf disuuLmingeri:ue: all
rL-,IOrtS of sulh vice aso-ma-y not be with pro-
priety read nloud in the. i-aamily. that poison
the minds of -,),ling uMeu;ir:j:1auie the paIsions
.itil cI)r r pt th%!hi earL: a ani,-1auda! an.1 slang.
and tLat whole claziz, of nB-". which constitutes
the staple of many daily .iprt's. The same
rule was applied to the adrtising columns,
anO from them wa_ rexeliz.ht-dUall that, in any
shiii'OF or form, miiht j ,e oiL ni','e to good
moin als." ;'
Civilized Wouien. with gwievaaces
ought to take lpitt,:,in alt'n.-" the: neg~ro
ladies of a wild tribe- i4i v.-.:.,ternr Africa.
They"-ielt. thie stirt'in4 ,",i tihe rmodern
spirit in thein, and led-,u,,l.i.l-:-l"of the
.mascuiliue p->rti':> of th',- trib:.relre~s
for t>'.irt;i:i griev'auces uuJl:r \whiiLhQ^hey
felt theias-ves to b~e Stu'f.Ting. The
men refused wir. scorn. The women
.,atid-no more. But .onle uonl,.t'ngl. the
dusky g'entlemelt ;iv'i'kb from their sltun-
bets to flild ev'ery womana in the Akona
trib gone. The lIn,.lie. h-.l ldt't their luis-
Ibands an.il me:tie re'-.!.ivf.:_? ;',! 1 t.tkt.-n ref-
uge w~ith ;i iieighibfrin~.4' t:r.'r. wh'i,:h re-
ceivvd t~ht'n wvithi (,p';-:i ;!i-im, thii tribe
not -being' o.n uo:,i t.-rai.^ v.-ita the"
'Alonas, ani1 gL.',L taeref.r,'.. to serve
thehi an iltuck."'k TIho. offeuding men of


the Akonia tribe were ,brought to terms
more speedily than husbands ever were
bef,oirn-,. In a little while a delgation of
forlorn braves, repiek'ntiag" all the
AkOnr men, -waited oi fthe.othei- tribe
with instracrions t,) assure the al.cond-
ing w0eo1 .n thit if t';i m would return all
their de ianl. jsh,-ul,' 1e graut:,J. On
these con.litions the wive. wi-A\ t back to
the tliorougghly suliu:-.l men. This is
the o6ly iustnnce on roM of the strike
of a .'ex.

The British army is 4,50-3 :.h,:,rt, and
recruits cannot begot to fill the depleted
ranks. Au impression ha3 got abroad
that "Tomnmf*y Atkins" is baily treated,
and even tho jin,,-o who s'iugs about
Briton'-s men and nioney will not volun-
teer. If that war breaks out between
ELgland and America on account of
Canada, or betv-.?en E:.gland and Ger-
many on the on( -sile and France on the
other becautite of the snmib to Empre-s
Fre.ierik,e Briltannia will be ,ii a bad
waty. -

The daYn which Pre.:-lu-t Harrison
signed the bill giving to Philadelphia a
new mint builudug was exactly the
hundredth anniversutry of the day on
which Presideot Washington signed the
act for the er.?:ti'm of theoriginal mint
building in that city. This was con-
sidered a good omen.

Canadian Exports, in spite of the Mc-
Kialey bill, amounted %to over a million
dollars more in January, 1891, than they
did irrJanuary, 1890. Our little neigh-
bor to the north lihas found a market


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FsitXAND1NA, FLA., AHRIL 7.'1891
"No lady will go through a swing door
leaving it to knock the next person down
or break'the bridge of her nose or send
her to the point of fainting, with the
blood spurting from her finger tips or an
elbow knocked crazy," says Shirley
Dare. No gentleman will either, Shir-
ley.
Young uen and women who waut a
commercial or typewriting career, learn
Spanish. Within two years' time, prob-
ably, there will be opportunities for em-
ployment, and business with the Spanish
American republics that will make your
fortunes.

Dr. Johnson wrote: "When I was run-
ging about.this town a very fJoor fellow
I Was a great arguer for the advantages
of poverty. Sir, all the argumiaents which
are brought to bear to represent, poverty
as an evil show it to b3 evidently a great
evil. You never find people laboring
to convince you that you may live very
h9ppily upon a plentiful income. :

Writing of the Panama canal failure,
an American who visited the deserted
scene of operations says: "Today about
all that remains on the isthmus of Pan-
s aema as evidence of the human greed fir
'. gold are millions of pounds of what was
.. once magnificent machinery, but is now
little more than old iron, and the bleach-'
; ed bones bf tens of thousands of men."

The curious fact is'to be observed that
the nearer the point of view at which
the Indian is contemplated the less senti-
.mental -becomes the conclusion formed
of him. Boston has long been weeping
over the wrong" of the red man, but Sen-
ator Plumb, who has seen real Indians in
his day, remarks that $150 a year is too
much to spend on the average for lhdian
pupils at the ,government schools, and
-that education only makes a loafer of
an Indian anyway.
A Slander Refuted.
Sir Lyon Playfair said some years ago
that, during the Middle Ages, "for a thou-
sand years there was not a man or wom-
an in Europe that ever took a bath."
Rev. T. H. Bridget has discovered that
this wasanot true, that there is menti6n
of a bath for tile -wife of King Edward
I, and that ih 1472, twenty years before
America was -discovered, the Earl of
Winchester had a bath covered with
tents of white cloth.
So we breathe once more. Our an-
cestors, if they were quality people, cer-
tainly did take baths.
Thoseof us who did not have noble
ancesto'- need not hurt our feelings by
pursuing the subject too closely. But
what a comfort it is that a thousand
years from now our descendants can
point with pride td the'latter part of the
Nineteenth century, when everybody
took'a bath at least twice a week. There
was a story current, it will be narrated,
that a y6ung lady who was dressing for
a party called down stairs to lier mother
-to ask whether she should wash for a
low necked-6,or high necked gown, budt
5:, that will be proved to be a slander, like
Sir LYojWPUYfair's statement that no-
b dy b ',',u1 '.y.a"
body bailhed for a thousand years in Eu-
:. rope. .-Oh, yes- -. What acomfart it is to
.-" ..: know-that everybody bathes now and
*^-. "_'- :" .hange.h~s body lien frequently, and
i' : ''. -" eve'rbody'ig Ci~n. and/sweet smelling

; *,-,": ,, as't0,hisbodly and that history will so
"'- ': record it.
',: ._ A n" O ld ,. P or't rait. ,

:/'. -;The. Magazh;e.of, American, Histery"
,'. publish~es a striking "port-ait 6f .Cottou
: '-Malbhor, the Puritan? divlne'who weut in
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--. ;', of this portrait hs thaLtt is exactly what
:-. : pgne'w6ldfancy th.at *the. portrait of Cot-
." totn'Mather would hot, be. It shows a
Ct"' '" ".l.-,; -'fa~ce w~ti, largee, dreamy,-poetic eyes.
" ''^',' \an .straght, artizstic browxs. !t is a faice
.:. --;of muieH beauty, full of fire andl sweet-'
r-., ,. h" ess.' The features, are classically, be:iu-
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': r'. 'poet; a dreamer, an- artist,: but \wh't had


-.--.. a man. With a face like this to do with
hard and gloom theology and hanging
.' .witches?. How could he do it? The
.... -.wonder grows as one studies the portrai t.
-. He seems to. have kown almost- in-
tLi, E. "'... veay the. ktio,ledlge that others toil
... .- ; s. ,anfi.t.ly toget.: ":1h graduatedc- at 16
t..... from Harvard college, somethingg over
,'*.* 41 _1'6 years ago, au.]hvrote of himself: "I
am, .ble ,.with little ysudy twt
-seven l"guages. I lfeas; myself With
the sweets of atl the sciences which the.
;more polite part of mankind ordin:uri!y
pretend to. lIam enterti-ined with all
-- .-. kinds of histories, ancient an.] modneru."
S- fam no stranger to thecuror-dswhich,
by all ports of learning,, are brought to
the curiouss"
: Yet this beautiful faced, learned man
wrote in 1693: "An army of devils is
S.: _. horriblybrokce in upon the place, which
is the center and, aft..r a sort, the first
:born of- our English settlements." It
;- was, in truth, his very excess of learning
_- -that,-tended to- make him put faiith in
.-. --_ '" witches. He-- ha,'d"'e:id" v-olume after
volumee oS lore, recounting how hun-
'-. :'' of.-witChes had been changed and
-,:.' *-"tinedu'ini arope.. What wise judges
k .; amd-lawyers approved-of in Europe cer-
--W.' '.'- ly it did not behave ignorant
...... ,. Aterrcanp colonies to dispute. Al of
;,,..W'.- *hi."r.,goes to prove that the higo'f.
U-ii ..;.'. liarning-01 of One century may be silly
" "':; z ..and kk6d nioxnsensein the n-exst..
^:,.-T. he same process continues con-


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Offers for Site for Court-Housl

N O0T ICE I1S' HEREBY GIVEN that file W. it
of County Coemmis-sionvrs 1-,r Nn,sau 0-uri
will receive, a't their coffee in F%-rntndina.muntil
o',_'lock noiu onf May 121th. l'--l Heal;.d fl'rs I
the sale t,.) >ad county oft a sitr -,r a 'Coun-Houli
forsaid county. -ahid offers muit ]be iu \writin,
and mii.t give dimensions iof site orfire,1 a I
exa,-t location. tvg,_iher with price 'oked. Tie
lautdh ofl'red nmust he ituatn-d in the C'ityof F*-
naud,:U a, and must be n..,t levs than 12;" f'-I
?..quare. O flir; iil-, !.e addre- .:-d t,, Boar, l 1l'
County C,:,mmissioners. Fernandina, Fla., and t- -
-itrsed ll'e i- fo salu of -itc." .
FRED W. H0T,
Chairman Board Comity Commi-sionerq.
Atte-t : GEO. E. \VOLFF, (lerk.

NOTICE.
N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, fill:CounTy
N (%..muii-r.i ln-or Nsau C',.uIJty will i-
Cei\Ve -ieah:,:l ).iid:;, at the Clerk's otfihre until nomn
ofI" y 12, 1i..l. lor tihe ]pilrvha-eof hi.nds of sad
,,- t yt.>'t,- til.- a ,-mu t 0of -,25.-r). SaidM hon ,-l \INI
.,e ntr iiitre-t at the rate of six iIl. pv..r C iit. pr
alnnum aud 1\iill i.- |.iyal.,le twerjtv v enr. 'ro
date o-ft i'ue with privilege otl r'demption
wh.il,-. ,.-r in pIart ten years iro,,n dat,' of iiule'i,,
(le ,itttiLeof (fle Tru.tees:. of -'ou- ty Bondsof id1
county. Iutervtt on said I-o ,]N % \\iill he puail
-tfrni-unuilally, in the city of l'ernandhia, F iu lth.eityof New York, N. Y., at option o:r hol.
e,'.. All l.',d shlall sr-e,-ify thie l m ,,Uut of bonm
lid:UJlr, the ,l n,:,minit i 'e, ljiirrd' and the tinie
%'heu t l t e biddrr % ill c,,mply %%ith its 1.,id. The
C,:inin]i-ioners rt-serve tht: right to reject any or
all hiids.
Bids should I-e a?,d-lre cdt.1t. G-,ivo. E. Wo,,IW, CI, lk
of the Circuit -Coturt for Nanwi County, Fermin-
dina, Fla., and vnd.,>r^id Bid.i for the purch e
of bonds "' IFRED W. HOYT,
(C'h1airm an Boardrl of countyy (,-nl i n i,:,on,:r-.'
Attesti: (_TEQE. \\'|LFF, Clerk. "~
IN CiRC('UIT COURT, /
Fourth Judicial ('irciit, Nassau
<'otinly. Floridai.
Fre. IV. Hoyt, \V'. (. J-ffreysI
!id ;. C'. C.',,lty, partners,
doiug business tuider thel Xtahmen
namee and style o-f hTe Bank B At^I" ".;.,.
0 1 F e r u a n d i n ar x-. u t ..o_
George \V. Hipp'le. doing busi- to............ l,.)
,:'ss as G.'.eorge WV. Ifippile < | !
Co.J
THE DEFENDANT, GEORGE \W. HIPPIE,
doing businv.ss as Georze \%. Hipie A & o..
will herOy take notice that the above entitled
-uit wa\." instituted by attachment in the(ir[i-uit
Court, Futuih Jtidicial Ciftult, Nafl.au Culhty,
Florida, nu the 17th dav of January, A. 1). 1891,
by Fred \V. Hoyt. W. 0. efl'reysanudd'P. C. Colley,
partners, doing ii lliie'tz. under tthe name ,and
style e of Tile Bank of-T'ernandina. Thvreupou
George W. Hipphe, doing business under the nime
and style of, Georve W. Hippie & Co., the mai4 de-
fen1dant, and all- other perso-s interested are
herelby required to appear 'Aiid plead to the :lee-
laration filed in said cause on or by the first 11on-
da-y in May,1.1. -.".
And i..ts ordered that a eopy of this notice be
published in THE FLORIDA MaIRROR, a public
newspaper published in said County and Cell.uit
and iJ the City of Fernandina, for a peri I of
three mouths. GEe. E. WOLF
Clerk Cireuit Court Nassau CoUtty,,iIa.
Femaudina. Fla., January 29, 1891.
INI, (RC.,UIT COUIrT,
FOurth Judicial Circuiii. Nasmau
* Counity, Florida.
Williamn D. Wheelwright and" ,
N. B. Borden, doing business
as N. B. Borde u& Co., Attachmert.
I 'I"?. Bond .........$853 42
0elige W. Hipple, doing i-usi- .%nit sworn .
nesa under the name and to .......... 2"n 71
style of George W. Hippie &
T]HE.'DEFENDANT, GEORGE W. HIItE,
doing business under the name and sty ; of.
G-eorge W. Hippie & Co., will hereby take artice'
that the above entitled suit was instituted hr at-
tachment in the Circuit Court, Fourth Jucial
Circuit, Nassau County, Florida, oiX the 22d d1y of
January. A;.D.1891, by William D. WheelwJght
and N. B. Borden, doing business as N. B. Boden
& Co. Thereupon George \W. Hippie, doingusi-
ness under the name and style of-Geor. W.
Hippie & Co., the said defendant, and allather
persons interested, are-hereby required to -atear
anld plead to the declaration died in said eafe ou
or by the first Monday in May, 1691 -6
And it is ordered that a copy ofthis ntl'e bI
published in TnkFLORIDA MIRROR, a [ublie
newspaper published, in-said -County and j rcuil
,and in the City of.Fernandina, for a pe'lVd of
ctiree mouths. GEO. E. W\OLV,
Clerk Circuit Court Nassau Counly;'jla.
Fernaudina, Fla.. January 29, 1691. _


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t.-ABffI X, 0-.33 50,1EXCUKSXOM~good or 6 iplis, 40'00
BarrCRMEtDIATE, 1-17 50 1 STEERAGE, 0
This Line, having no Transfers' between Fernandina adn keW
York. offers the. BEST AND_ QUIC'KE.ST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIIPPEPrS Oki,
FRUITS, V EG ETABLES, and others. I '
The traveling public are offered the advantages ofa DIREC`T IIjNE'and trNM6-
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CITY OF BRUNSWICK

SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DECMBER 2(st, 1890.


IN" CIRCUIT COURT, '\
Fourth Judicial C eruit,, Na au
County, Florida. .
Fred W.. Hoy-, W. 0. Jeffreys'
aud R. C. Couley, partners,
doig business under the Attach t
name and style of The Bank Boad,...
of Fernaudiaa,A t fsvwor 4
George W. Hippie, doing busi- to...........7-3,700
ness as Geurge W. Hippie & ,
TrHE DEFENDANT, GEORGE W. H PLE,
doing business as George W. Hippie .Co.
vill hereby take notice tbat the above e- itled
suit was tustituted by attachment in the ( reuit
Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Nassau 13 ity, ,
Florida, ou th-e 17th day of January, A. D. 1 1.1 by
Fred W1. "oyt, \W. 0. Jeffreys and R. C. Ctley,
partners, doing busines,. under the nani and
style of The Bank of Fernandina. Thet upon
Gere %Y. Hippie, doing business under the ame
and ,4tyle of George W. Hipple & Co., theas id de-
lluuduut, and all other persons interested, are
hereby required -to appear and plead to t4e dec-
laration filed in said cause on or by the first'Mon-
day In Mqy, 1891. F
And it, is ordered that a copy of this notice be
published in THE FLORIDA MUIRROR, a public
newspaper published in said County and Ciurcuit
and 1u. the City of Fernandinai for a period of
three months. GEO. E. NWOEFP,
Clerk Circuit Court Nassau County.T~la.
Fernandina, Fla., January 219,18la9.


(STANDARD TIME.)
SOUTH.
Daily Except
Sunday.
Leave Brunswick, via st'r... 8.15 a m
Arrive Cumberland ............ 10.15 a m
Arrive Fernandina .............. 12.30 p m
Leave Fernandina, via F. C.
& P. R. R..;......................... 1 45 p m
Arrive Jacksonville ............. 2.15 p m
NORTH.
Leave Jacksonville, via FC
& P R R......... 9:30 a m
Arrive Fennadia.............. 11:05 a m
Leave Fernandina ............... 1:15 p m
Arrive Cumberland ............. 3:30 p m
Arrive Bninswick............... 5:30 pm


'Swuiday
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ville for St. Augustine, also, all points on St.
John's river; at Fernandina, from South Florida
by train arriving at 9.40 a. m.; for South Florida
by train leaving at 6.10 p. m.
Close connections made at Brunswick with E.
T.,'V. & G. R. R. to and from all points West and
East by trains arriving at 6.10 a. m. and departing
at U p. T., with through sleepers to Louisville
without change.
A good meal served on the steamer at any time
for 50 cents.
Local fare, Fernandina and Brunswick, $2.50
first-class. $1.50 second class, one way; $4.50 first-
class, 62.50 second-class, round-trip, 10 days limit.
D.C. AL-EN,
General Passenger Agent.
S. C. LITTLEFIELD,
General Manager.
GENERAL OFFICE, BRUNSWICK, GA.
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AMONG. MOONSHINERS.

A TRAVELER IN THE CUMBERLAND
S RANGE HAS TO PROVE UP. .

A Philosophleal, Colored Boy-Halted by
a Mentaineer-The Process of "Prov-
Ing Up"-Grlm Posslbilitles of Being
Shot Before Identification.
As I was to take a short cut over a
spur of the Cumberland mountains in
northern Tennessee I hired-& c bred boy
about 15 years-of age to goyopt of the
distance with me. He had a solemn,
serious look, and I soon discovered that
he was a philosopher. I had been told,
that there were moonshiners in the Cum-
berlands, and that the chances were I
would be stopped and sharply investi-
gated. When ready to part from the
youth, I asked:
"Do you think I'll meet, any moon-
shiners?"
"Dat depends, sah."
"On what?'
*Ken whedder somebody hidin' behind
de' bresh or rocks doan' pop you ober be-
fo' you kin meet. If he'un's gun hangs
fith yo'un will probably meet.",
S It was a hot day in July, but Iasked
him if he thought the weather would
bn hold, and he looked at the sky and re
*' :'t plied: -* ^ '', '
"Doan' want to say, sah. Ifyou'
/ should hold, you'n wouldn't give me no
credit; and if it should snow, you'n
/ would cuss me all day. Good day, sah.
Keep to the right arter you cross de
,N branch. If dat doan' bring you out, den
.: cum back an' keep to de left."
,. I had gone about A mile when the trail
branched, and after debating the case
S I took the right hand-again and went
forward, with the comfortable feeling
that I had half of a big state at my per-
sonal disposal to get lost in.
IN A STRANGE iLACE._-
The path suddenly ended, and about,
S" that time a mountaineer stepped from a.
S thicket on my left and confronted me,
and inquired:
"Whar'from, stranger?'
I told him. -
S "What you'n doin' hyar?" '
"Traveling."
"Look hyarl" he said, as he camo near-
er. ."You's kin either prove up or ye
can't."
"That's so."
"You's either all right or you's cum
fussin'."
"Well?"
"Kin ye prove up?"
"'ll try."
"Then walk along."
He walked beside me,-or behind me,
through thickets and over rough ground
to a shanty j lst at the mouth of a ravine.
There was a.man, a woman and a boy of
12 -"there, and my nose detected the odor
of a still. The three people mentioned
stood at the man queried of my conductor:
"Who's he'un?"
--"Qrn 'er prvuU.
I sat4 down on a rock, a'-ao, -teali i,
boy to watch me, the other-three with-
drew a few yards and held a consulta-
tion. This lasted about' frve minutes,
and when they returned the man who
had captured me said:
'"We 'unsis agreed on it. You's either
revenue or not. You's kin prove up or
ye can't.
Can any of yofi read?" I asked.
"We kin or we can't," replied the
woman, who was smoking plug tobacco
0 in a clay pipe.
"Well, perhaps you've heard of at
SMonroe?". ,
"We inought or we moughtn't," re-
plied the husband of the woman.
PROVING UP.
"Well,, here's a line from- him. If
you are moonshiners you have sold him
whisky, and know him to be all right.
IlHere's my cardhereare letters addressed
to me at Monroe, and you can overhaul
,. .-.m y k na s~a ck.." _
'.. They cqldn^t read a, line of writing,
". and put up a.job to-catch me. After
.:; consuitt'g together a bit the woman said:
S. "What did you say-he'uns first name
'', was-G-eorge or William?"
"Neither one; it's Henry."
"And does he'un live in a single or
"-,' double log house?' -
"In a frame housee"
"Which eye is he'un blind iln?"
:- l,. :- -, -"- _"::Neither one. C ()ame, now, he's a big,
;..--" fleshy mar :wears long Whisk~e-s.j8 bald








































































































on top of the head, and has a front tooth


out. His'wife is a little cross eyed wo-
-man. nd has two children."
.i That settled it, and I wasat once given
a'bite to eat and told to make myself at
home. I had some tobacco for the man
S and pins and needles for the woman, and
the present of a harmonican set the boy
wild with delight.
'Spdsin' you'n had shot he'an down
: tharP' suggested the woman to my cap-
'' "- tot..- ...
"Then he'un would hev bin dead, of
'. co's,;'"he calmly replied.
By aid by the mer went'up to attend
the still, .nd.the woman unrolled- the pa-
p..- er of pnw to- the last row,, opened.the
: paper -of needles, and; placing. the two
spools of thread beside them, she called
f t'o the boy:
'9Danny, cum by'ar."
aas."
Look in my eyes."
"\ "_Yaas."
-- "Is I flighty?"
"ltkeercely,ma'am."
S"Well, I'ze either flighty or the richest
,o womqi, on these yere mouith;ir, .an' I
wish pop- would hurry back" an tell'me
wtichr"-Detroit Free Press.
SThe Other Things
.. An Iowa,, justice of the peace didn't
S actually fine a mian $11 for declaring
that the world was flat, but because he
S nmocked the postmaster down for insist-
ing.that it was round. It was-a narrow
escape, though, and the defendant- was
S --cautioned to look out next time.--De-
troit Free Press.
,- The Same-Thing. *
... That let's me out," exclaimed Miss
:- Bleecker.-
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STARVATION AND COLD.
A Terrible Picture cf the Privations of
Fremout's Fourth Expedition.
nla The Century is printed a posthum-
ous account by a survivor of the fourth
expedition of Gen. Fremont. The scene.
is in the neighborhood of the Rio Grande
del Norte, The writer, Micajah Mc-
Gehee, of Mississippi, thus described the
effect of the cold upon the-animals: -
The farther we went the more ob-
stacles we had to encounter; difficulties
beset us so thickly on every hand as we
advanced that they threatened to thwart
our expedition. The snow became deeper
daily, and to advance. was but adding
dangers to difficulties. About one-third
of the men were already more or less
frost bitten; every night some of the
mules would freeze to death, and every
day as many more would give out from
exhaustion and be left on the trail.' It
seemed- like, fighting fate to attempt to
proceed, but we were bent on our' course,
and continued to advance.
At one time men were sent ahead to
report the prospect, and ret urr_,l stating
that grass appeared in the distance be-
fore them; they supposed that the snow
was abating, but on coming up what
they saw proved to be the tops of bushes
six feet high.projecting above the snow;
nor did anything appear upon whic-h the
animals could sulbsist. The corn we had
packed along for them was already con-
sumed. Sometimes we would attempt
to move oin. and the severity of the
weather would force tiu- ;bak into camp.
In one of these attempts, bore we could
beat our way lialf a mile against the
tempest, our guile. Old Bill Williams,
was nearly frozen; lie dropped down
upon his mule in a -tupo;r and was nearly
senseless when we got into camp.
A number of the, men oame in with
their noses, ears, ft'.es. fingers and feet
partly frozen, and ,one or two 'of the
uHIles dropped down and froze to death
under their packs. Poor mulesl It was,
pitiable to .-ee them. They would roam
about lb night, generally, on nc,,)ount of
their extreme weakness, following back
the path of the previous day. pawing in
the snow three or four feet deep for some
sign of vegetation to keep them alive.
They would fall down every fifty yardss
under their packs, and \,e would have
to unpack them and lift them up, and
that with finger. frozen anl lacerated
by tle cold. -
Finally they beani eating- tihe ropes
and rawhide lariats with which'they
were tied until th,--re were. no more left
in camp to tie thetm with; then they ate
the blankets which we tied over them at.
night: then they came into camp mandate
the pads aund rigging off the pack sad-
dles and ate one another's manes and
tails entir--.ly banre, even into the flesh,
and_ would come to us wNhile stl.epling
and begin to eat the lMihnkets off usn
they woull even tumble into our fires,
over the cooking. utensils. But, poor
things, little relief could we afford them,
for, although they suffered much, we
were-iu no better condition.
S.. .. Frrom Pufl'-A=o Nm.ebtiw
namental detail" dress, was originally
useful. It was intended to protect the
throat. Its history may be traced from
thetime of the Stuarts in England, when
immense ruffs, which served as neck-
cloths and collars, were worn.
Later neckcloths or cravats were
adopted, and no doubt were a welcome
change from the stiff, uncomfortable
ruff. They were of Brussels or Flanders
lace, tied in a knot under the chin, the
ends being allowed to hang square.
CS.ill later they were worn much longer,
the ends beiug passed through the but-
ton holes of the waistcoat. J
The lace neckcloth, was succeeded by
small cambric bands, but was reintro-
duced in Queen Anne's reign, and did
not go out of use entirely until about
1735. Then a brcoad silk ribbon, tied .in
a large bow iu front, was worn, and this
in turn was followed by white cambric
stocks buckled in the back, and by mus-
lin cravats, which were tied in front in
an immense bow.
In the early part of this century the,
stiff linen collar had begun to be worn, 1
and the cravat was passed twice around j
the collar and tied in a fanciful bow in
front,
About 1820 cravats were made very
wide in the center and tapered off to-
ward the ends. Thirty years ago stock
and cravats began to disappear, andl


scarfs began to take their place. Froml
these scarfs, gradually growing smaller,k
wa& developed the modern neat necktie.
-Youth's Companion. '

Superstitions About Eggs.
In olden times, in the -French rural'
districts, the parish priest would, very
early on the Easter morning, visit from
house to house, and bless each in turn.
In payment for his visit and blessing he
always received eggs, and sometimes it
was a serious question how to dispose of
so large a number. Among the French
royalty, in a similar period, baskets
trimmed with green leaves and filled
with golden eggs, after the celebration
of high mass on Easter morning, were
brought into the king's cabinet and dis-,
tributed to the court by the chaplain.
Indeed it was an article of faith in Nor-
mandy that when the church bells ush-i,
ered in the Easter morn, angels descended '
to the homes where little children dwelt, -
and left eggs as an assurance of their
visit.--Emma J. Gray in Good House-
keeping.
A Pretty Table Scarf.
A very pretty scarf for table or dresser.
came to my notice lately. Linen of
rather fine quality was hemstitched on
ends and sides, and grouped in twos and
threes with some single flowers ,were-
dogwood blossoms without foliage. The'
edge of each petal was outlined in white
silk and then- closely darned across the
same silk. a single thread of filofloss
being used for the darning and two for.
the outline. The lines of darning were'
as close together as could be made and!
the stitch was taken as short as possible
on the wrong side and quite long on the
right, so an almost eolid silk flower in
appearance was the result when finished,
which was extremely pretty.-Washing-
ton Star.


"Odd Tom."
Old ',m Weit had a habit of doing
queer anid unexpected things, and thus
caml to be known throughout the region
in which he lived as "-Odd Tom." Some-
times his oddity appeared in some pecu-
liarity of dress, as when he wore his coat
wrong side out, because, as he said he
bad "got tired of the looks of the right
side." One day Tom went to his next
neighbor, Zebah Green, to hire his horse
for the day.-
What dye want 'im for?" was Zebah's
inquiry. '
"Oh, jest to go down to the village to
do come marketing, was the answer.
"P'raps I might go on afterward as fur
as Job Stone's, 'n' look atfhis oxen."
"Wal, I don't want ye to have 'im,'
replied Zebah, referring to the horse,
"but ye may, jest- ter 'commodate ye, if
ye won't go no fu'ther'n jest to the vil-
lage-ye know that's 'most ten mile."
"Why, of course not," said Tom, "not
onless you're willing. "
"Wal, then, take'im, but don't ye
drive him no fu'ther'n the village, or I'll
never let ye have him agin'."
So Tom harnessed the old horse and
started for market. As he passed Ze-
bah's house' on his way he heard, faintly
wafted from his neighbor, who stood in
the barn door, "Be sure ye don't go no
fu'ther'n jest to the village!"
Toward night Tom was seen, laden
with bundlege coming slowly up the
road from the village-on foot. Out
rushed Zebah, open mouthed.
"What ye donewith old Bill?" hecried.
-"Wal," answered Tom, with the ut--
most coolness, .,"ye seemed so all-fired
scairtf for fear I'd drive him further'n
jest to the village that I didn't dare drive
him home agin, 'n' so I left him there.
under the store shed."-Youth's Com-
panion.
S. Clerks itnder Surveillance. ,
"DIo you see that iman on the other
side of the street?" said a friend who is
employed in a downtown lank, while
we were walking leisurely up Broadway
one evening last week.
I glanced at the man to whom my
friend referred. "'He's a detective," he
continued, "and he is following us-or
rather me. You seem surprised, but it
is a fact that every bank in this city has
one or two and sometimes three private
detectives whose sole duty is to keep
track of the doings of employes. It
seems to be my turn to be followed now,
as this man has been dogging me since
yesterday. The watch will continue for
several days longer, and after reporting
to the bank he will be assigned to follow
some one else.
"Not long ago one of our expert book-
,keepers sent word to the bank that lihe
was ill and could not come to the office,
but the same day his res-ig'ation was re-
quested. The fact is, he had spent the
night before indiksipation, and the bank,
having been informed of this by its de-
tective, hi.-. dismi-:sil fllo\w ,d.
"Being dogged about like a criminal is
not pleasant. But what can we do?
When protestation, are made'agaimist it


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CENTRE STREET,


THISTLE DEW WHISKEY.
I have carefully examined and analyzed
your well known and popular Whiskey-*
THISTLE DEW. The Whiskey must be
pronounced to be pure, well matured and of
excellent quality, being soft and mellow to
the (aste and having a fine bouquet. The
medical profession may place full confi-
dence in the purity and quality of the
THISTLE DEW. A. FENNEL,
Analytical and Consulting Chemist.
Cincinnati, June, ISS10.


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mistaken, that they do not hire men to
watch us. Of course you can't expect
them to admit it, but every bank clerk
can tell you that such is the case. "-New
York Herald.

The Very First American Railtway.
The first railroad built in the United
States was three miles in length, extend-
ing from the granite quarries at Quincy,
Mass., to the Neponsettf river. It was
commenced in 1.20 and finised..iu 18237.
The gauge was five feet. The rails werl
pine, a foot thick, covered with hard
oak, which was in turn strapped with
iron. In January, 1827, a. short coal
road was completed from the mines to
Mauch Chunk, Pa. The rails on this
road were also of timber, with flat iron
-bars. The first locomotive for use on a
railroad was invented by Richard Previ-
teck in 1S04, and first tried in Wales.
George Stepheuson built- the first
really succe..-sful locomotive in 114, and
tested it upon the Killingwood road in
the north of England. The first loco-
motive for actual service constructed in
America was E. I. Miller's "Best
Friend," built for the South Carolina
Railroad company iu 1830. Peter Cooper
built a little experimental locomotive
early -in 1830, before the "Best Friend'.
was completed.-St. Louis Republic.

Thanked Instead of Reprimandikig Himn
Sir Robert Wright, appointed to the
seat on the bench of the high court of
justice left vacant by the death of Baron
-Huddleston, on one- occasion, while at
Oxford, was suminoned before the Dean
of Balliol for the purpose of being cen-
sured. The dean was exceedingly care-
-ful of his dignity, as well as of his per-
sonal appearance. Wright looked the
dean well up and down while the latter
was delivering his lecture, and finally in-
terrupted him, in the middle of one of
his most telling periods, by remarking
confidentially, "I know you will excuse
me, sir, but I think you cannot be aware
that your waistcoat is unbuttoned."
Completely nonplused, the dean was only
able to stammer out: "Oh, thank you,
Mr'. Wright. So very kind of you, I am
sure. Good morning, good morniug!"-
San.Frafcisco Argonaut.

Why Fowls Welcome Fair Weather
The deprivation of light, which affects
all animalsfkmuch, is particularly de-
pressing to birds; aakd-this may be a rea-
son for their Uibwfllingness to move in
.the frost 'fog. Naturally they are the
first to wel-cdie its departure. As the
mistift's fi-m a Scotch hillside the cock
begin to crow, and in the English fields
the rooks, vrw, the small birds twitter
and the cocks crow in the barnyards.
These sounds are as certain to proclaim
the lifting of-the fog as the "London
cries" to begin when the rain stops.-
Spectator.
In a Cemetery.
On one of the tombstones you see a
couple of hands clasped, and underneath
the following inscription:
"Gustave T-, I wait for thee! 1869."
"Eulalia T- nee B- Here I amt
1889."
.The disconsolate widow was in no
great hurry, evidently.-II Messagero.


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7, 1891.


A. W. LOHMAN,


1891.


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FERNANDINA,


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DURYEE BUILDING, CENTRE STREET,


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FERNANDINA,


having one of the best outfits in the State, and the Publishers
being experienced Printers, we are -prepared to do any.
and every kind of Printing, .


FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITiNG CARD,


* As--Neat and as Cheap as'any Office in Florida.'


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FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
EX.- a. 33AZZBZ.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
FERNANDINA FLA.
ILL practice In the Circuit, State and Uni-
ted Staes Courts. octl 2y
1^I. EPl- BTDA T-Ri "
REPA.IRER AND DEALER TN


P. O. BOX 138,
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
GUY'S MARKET,
(PROCTOR'S OLD STAND)
Best Beef, Mutton, Pork, Poul try,
SA.1USAGI3. ETC.
j6i-Free Delivery to all parts of the city.


FERNANDINA, FLA.


CAX f--R C RED


SHOES! SHOES!

SHOES! SHOES
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S LATE STYLES!
.- PERFECT FITTING! -,
ELEGANT GOODS! :


NOTWITHSTANDING THE ADVANCE,
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UNCHANGED PRICES.

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Shoes and Slippers in all Grades,

CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES,
in great Mariry. -

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Do you want any DRUGS ?
Do'you want any MEDICINES ?
Do you want any PERFUMERY ?
Do you want any Sachet P 0 W-
DERS?
Do- you want a pair of SPEC-
TACLES warranted to fit ?
Do you want your money's worth?
If so, call on
N.G. BENJAMIN & CO,

Druggists and Jewelers.


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; r I' : f u rtre thi lnking about buying your ,


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FERNAN


N B. BORDEN & CO.,
FERNANDINA, FLA.

f nbr er chants Ship Brokers
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0e National Bank of the State Of Florida,
JACKSONVILLE, ELA.
X`H-IANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD AT
,X BANKERS'. RATES.
N YORK OFFICE 82 WALL STREET.
'VM. B. C. DURYEE

NUMBER MERCHANT.
llo i ed

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HENRY W. KING &CO.,
(Successord Lo Angel & Friend,)

Bakers Confectioners,
AND DEALERS IN


Dr. JOHN C. PERINE,

RESIDENT: DENTIST,
OFFICE OVER POST-OFFICE,
FEBNANDINA, FLORIDA.


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Best Bread in the City,
DELIVERED AT YOUR DOORS.
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WHOLESALE DEALER IN


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COTILLIONS IN COATS!
WALTZES IN WAISTCOATS!
POLKAS IN PANTS I!

When Lohman lraws the bow things.. have to caper to ihis music, and they do.
You should see the way things go. We are not

F IDD L IN G FOR FUN !
it fo.r fortune. Wie. want money and we want trade, and we must have it. So
here goes to tlhe old tune of -

MONEY MUST
ec-,ne and. -oo:ls must go. You hear our nmice. We have not mentioned prices.
They drop:)ped down exhausted long ago.


GET YOUR PARTNERS,
ale- the Coat, t your arms; fold the Waistcoats to your hearts; prance into the.
Pants, and take a whirl at

THE HUSTLER'S HOP!
Whe:-r everything. will be slaughtered for the next, sixty days. to make room f -
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10 North Second St. 'E1T.ASTZ)I2TA, 3LA-


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FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.-

s& PLUMBING and DRIVEN WELLS A SPECIAT. :P "
for TINSMITHING, Ult'rU'l".aING and ROOFING will rjeive t --
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I Furniture and Housefurnishing Goods ot

Every Kind and Description.

Hotels, Boarding Houses, Ships, teamers, Offices,
Lodges, Churches, Schools, Halls and la 1 Rooms, Pri-
vate Residences furnished from top to bottom. We are
the largest dealers South selling

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.


Low Prices! Fair Dealing! Prompt- Attention1

You are sure of getting a dollar's worth for every
dollar spent with us.


TRI-Wi0r-iKT-Y FLORIDA MIRROR, APRIL 7,


1891.


THE FLORIDA MIRROR,

MOORE MANUCE, -.- Publishers.
P1.S0 A fEAR:; $1.5 FOR SIX MONTHS.
A RESUSCITATED OAT.
Strange Story of the Ghost of a Lively
Brooklyn Feline.
-"Doc" is a fine, big, sleek-coated
cat who lives in the always open '
drug-store near the city hall, Brook-
.lyn, and who is always admired by
customers. Where he catte from is
a mystery to the clerk in the store-
In fact, the cat. is regarded with
some awe because of the-peculiar
manner of his appearance.
Several years ago there was a cat
S in the drug store, also called the
-"Doctor," with fine markings of a
Sf Maltese -pattern.. A good disposi-
tioned animal, he had many friends,
and waxed fat as time went by,
One night, however, says the New
York Timhes, there happened-to be a
Show at the old Brooklyn Theatre, in
S which a troupe of large dogs starred.
The theatre was just across the
way from the drug store, and one
of the dogs happened to drop into
the apothecary's shop. rhe Siberian
Sblo dhouhd spied Doe and made
for him. The- cat was caught un.-
wares behind some bo'xes. "Game
Sto the end, however, he whacked
-the bloodhound across the ear with
Shis paw. The big brute then seized
the Doctor," gave him one shake,
and ".Doc's" last hour had come.
S To make his death painless 1) big
dose of prussic acid was given and
the remains consigned to an ash
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Two. weeks afterward in walked
the present feline representative of
the store-with exactly the same
markings, the same size and the
Same sex as its predecessor. The
-- cat startled the clerk. \Vhy v Doe,'
where did you come froi ?" lie said,
whereupon, the big cat jumped ei
his-shoulder and purred in the same
bass voice of the old Doctor.'",
The cat has remained in the store
ever since, and the clerks are still in
doubt as to whether it is the samine
old cat or a flew one. There are no
signs of the surgical operation, it is
true, but the animal is otherwise the
exact imagerof the original Doctor."
The same habits are observed and
there are other signs that would
point to his being a resurrected cat.
Now, the Doctor" is flat and lazy
He allows no other cats on tle corner.
Precisely at 2:30 a. m. lie ascends tlh
elevated railroad steps and jump.1'
from the station gver-onto tlie r1ol
of the store ', where hlie remains till
l__d-ybrj _v1h_, he .I, t,-r. .u,
one .knows. Ro mice or rats evc
enter the store, and hlie Doctor"
does not get much live food. He i.
very fonrd of soda water, and some-
times.attempts to. turn on tle fiuoet
in the fountain with his paw. H',
sleeps in a corner under the preserip,
tion counter, and uses a fine, sofl
sponge for a pillow. He lihas beoe
known, in a fit of curiosity, to tasts
liquid drugs, but they seem to hiave
no effect on him.
Fads of Young Men.
The'-fads and fancies and1 follies o
_young .women receive unlimited' at
- ,' .tfetion.--_ _Here', by[ way of change, i,
-eone froin the other sex, says the_ Nev
--*York Times. Some .young men a1'
.7 feet baingle-cannes.: Into their thicl,
English walkiigsticks areirregularl
' :'"- ,,inserted hall-dirles with the enrav"
^- 1:" ing-removed and replaced by _-h<
^-' monogram- of the fair giver. (0)
c "- o-..uourse, the valne of the cane is en
.hanceid by the number of shiny disk:
"% -to be counted, and when you meet :
:- young fellow swmging a stick stud
e ded halfway down to the ferrule
... ,- you. may .know he is vewry l oipula
::- with his--yOlilga womnen friends.
..: "O.:er at-the-Dental College, y' tl,
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..'" wiy, 'cflies are not so trilinmed. bui
-e u s -it
""' 'the young iundergrads display v itl
much pride stick landhles into w Ihicl
irregulair gold fillings are skillful'
: and' vry s.ientifi'iNlly introudlced.
AA Curious Dream.
.. A laborer at the Duntlee harbor
S -lately told hiswife, on wakening,
-.* curious dtremu helihavd had during th
.-, 'hlit; H ip dreiimed that hesaw coul
.il-'toward him, in order, 'our rat,
The irt .-one was very vfat and wa
S -I allowed. by, two lean .rats, the rea
B- r.it being Wri-)tiidm- Th- dreamer wa
''.-greeatly perplexed as to whiat evi
m/-: ight follow, as it. h.as, been under
Stood that to dream of rats denlote
S .dmig calamity. He appealed t(
ill W fe CncerilillAl( b1s 1ut She
, his wife concerningfinis. but sli
-c- poor-woman, .could n,,t h elp him
S His son,.a sharp tlad-, hearing hi:
I- father tell the storv, v Unit tered t
..7 ." be the interpreter. Thie fit. rnt," ht
Said. is the. i1:in who keeps thi
.,.mlq.g tirl .,.,v
puhlie lo t' an'l Ve r.t .,'
S.--.(ofteI, nd thle twa lean anes :1re in
-. and my either, and the blind ane i
.yerset;.,fi ther."--Scotch Paper.
-..' FOR SALE 6R EXCHANGE.
... Valuable-Property in the Heart of the Cit.
-:* ," The three houses .amd lot. on Fourt
+7 .. . ".
-:. .street (Lo.ts 23, 24 and 25, Block -4), ar
.til -on'the market. -0r they -will be e:
c ."- "' .- clbanged for- desiTriblh ieidetnce l'ots ow
.- .Mde the Hr'-:Ti!n'ts. Thiis is ;w1 exetllei
: .. chance for somebody to gt a go>:
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Modern Miracles.
A .Asinger for breajli was distressed,
And the do,:.tois aill aid she must rest,
But she took G.,M.D.
SFor her weak lings, you see,
And now ihe can sing with the best.
An athlete gave out, on a Tun,
A And he feared bis.career was quite done;
G. M. D.. p~ray observed,
Gatve back hii lost nerve,
And-now-he can lift half a ton.
A rit,.r, %.ho ro.te r.,r i prize,
H-[d h,:.t'iili>he- and paii in the eyes ;
U. M. D. wa-i therspell
T t ni.it ,,e bhii quiii well,
And glory before him nowlies. .
These are only examples of the daily
triumphs oFDr. Pier.:e's Golden Me.licall
Discovery, i. restoring health and re-
viving w- a.ited vitality. Sold ball drng-
gists.


CHAS. MULLER'S
TONSORIAL PARLORS
--AND---
BATHING ESTABLISHMENT
CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT.
PROVIDED WITH FVERY CONVENIENCE.
-HOT or COLD BATHIS ;t any hour,



J. H. PRESCOTT.-T


CENTRE STREET.


FERNANDINA OFFICE,


Ferndina, Jacksonville,-and. Houston, Tex.S.
Fornp~ndina, Jacksonville, -and Houston, Tex.


,^^, FOER M3tE =SO1DSE^W114.fcN11
TyA SIMPLE, AM, CO:NYVE-TEN'T METHODOF COOK-
;^^ti^^' -LINQi. I1t is a ivel--kiiown scientific fact lliat, food 'iuked
I v steam is more savory, juicy and nourishing than iby any
otIher process.
Food cooked in-this Cooker retains its entire flavor and
nutritious qualities.
It -confines the ,vor of cookini-r to the kit.chin. It occu-
lpics little i'oom. YQu can .'co:,k fr.:m one to four, diltltlent
a'i tiles at thle same tipbe, inl .ilnl.,artmients ,ne- abive theother
It, positi\'ely d,.e, lnot mingle tle flavors. You can cook,
,-,nSK iinA or a-Mba.e in-e lower ves-;el, anl.illin._ in the one
Ilire.-'ly val:o\'e, au,1 t111 od,.-r frt-, one does not reach theother,
but i ,-nfineld to it ,wn !arti, ar v. sel.
n The _-,od i- e,:,od as well and, ai thoimougl in the top
con11l~artilenit as in tlLIl,,\\er onle.'"
It. can be u'sed P,., and tlt'i any kin, of .t, 0e--c,,al.
we-d, coal-oil, gas (..r 'tsolhie.. .

The woman who has a family and ,ldes herownO co-kin.zr can hardly ,,iiiiaine,
..til sli lhas tried it the savin., ofA time, 116- r, fi&-. fri,-tion a ,nd temper she would
effect I)v usin;- a BEVFRID,-E A.'rTOMATIC-' (O,,K :.."--. I,.(. i.',.,/, cJennie June), New
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It e-,n1.amizes space, occupying but on, The Automatic (,:, ker. as shown by
hle ,n A iny kind, of stove. o ie cutt, lIas fottur isq ls.th, t ree cooking
A %%hole mneal can t.,e ,'I,,,ked at on,- r-wpa tl-, cItmeIts anilIt.iI,- lower \'W-0-.,v wlSi:hI
over 1,,oI Isr;r i tn less time tIIan I- the 6ointains the \water.
ordinary \\av. Tlhe cuokin, is don,,e entirely by steam
It is iposible for anything to urn. generated I,- tlhe b.-iling water n- the,
h e l',,,d dl,,, s n ,,t "n e edS c,,n tin a l -p n to e a ch
withi aon .m snd tntivrriipin qmpartmeniet iy means of a small c,.n-
watchingtand .-tirriii.t p pi d-
It reiuirO-. le-4 fl"I and saves ,,ne-third I oci .m cal le und: l
of the fd that is lost by the o1 way. 1 .
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\ll the nutiriti,,us..ii'flitie., of the food o, v4 i .., ,inntei in..2 t........
retained. .-,,: . .. ::::
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On show and for sale at the

EXPOSITION BARGAIN HOUSE
Second Street, ear Centre.
N. B.-Wholesale and Retail. -ZEB"L'L. SMZjI.,.


ALBATROSS,
NUN'S VEILING,


DRY GOODS,
DRESS GOODS,


GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS, -
SEERSUCKERS, LAWNS,
SATTEENS, SILKS,
HAMBURG EDGING .AND LACES.
Our stock is large and varied, and we e'l assured we can show tlie fin.t
assortment of choice goods ever brought to this city. We believe
in quick sales and small profits and we make it a ruling,
principle to sell every ai-tille at a small profit,
but of thoroughly reliable quality.
A fine line of NEW SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS
AND BOYS, of latest cut and finish. We are agents for Browning, King
& Co. Suits made to order.-and fit guar urteed. Mattings a specialty.

SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES


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In Gent's -Furnishing Goods, Hosiery.
L;rdies', Gents' and Misses BOO"
prices. We are agents for E. P
Shoes and the celebrated
4-Orders by mail receive prompt at
to ten dollars and over sent freight prep

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and Gloves. A large stock
S AND SHOES at. bottom


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FERNANDINA, FLA.


-i1-NEW YORK OFFICE-83 Walker St.


Groceries and Provsisions
N. VW. Cor. Centre and 3d Sts.,


FERNANDINA,


- FLORIDA.


PEN M.INDIAYR,, WEDNESDAY and FRI-
r .._Y4'i-oif s'-i h. a. till 5 p. Il ., and o lln Sat-
u itr.-n% ti 1 p. m.n
EiL'ih --u- vy.'ars' pta:-ti-cl:e. Modern dentistry :
nil l.,r. 'hes. Entire sttlfltijn giveln annd
,-,jtj'jjl lividZ,/J Ito .t-sal Ifhf tillim.

-AT THE-
E"MONT : STABLES.
1 ULES AND HORS.ES.
-One ?MiX-S.I.t ( Carriae.
O.ne F.r-Sneat Carriage.
One fine Phieton.
,-v.,ral Bui-'ie.s.
Twvo Road Carts.
G. F. AVERY, Proprietor.
THOSE. EASTMOORE,

CONTRACTOR ANDI BUILDER


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