Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00019
 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: August 8, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00019
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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-- T E -- The schooner E. J. Baizley caini,
Krn T nn rin n from Bruuswick today. She will
MO UPOPULAR BRUD1 take a cargo of p.hosphte.
"We are continuing to take our
-OF- meals. at Wheelock's, is what the
crowd now says. M-eals 50 cents.
--TOBACCO The Ferinundinas and the Pickeed
Nine again crosse':! bats yesterday
-Is- afternoon. The forirmer won by a
"^ ur IT FIT X T TT I score oif 7 to :3.
I I \A M A IK T Arrangemnents are being, made to
-' O N II i T A I greatly improve the Fernandina
bar-a kind of supplementary ywork
-IT iS- to the jetty improvements.
Ql-,D ZII FBR1TfIZZA It is asserted that the negro voter
"- holds th.e balance ,of.power in the.
U.T.* B hOLLOWWO DEALERS: North. The -negro of the North'
H,. C. FRENCH. fails however to hold any office.
GEO. H. BAER. Capt. Bailey Tucker says that tlhe
J. L. HARRIS. T. 0. & A. branch of the F. C. & P.
'7.: a. .....ER
-.. KLARER. R. R. did 331 per cent. more busi-
.. .j._' D. RTMILLAN. ness in July, 1$91, than in July,
Q A. LATHAM. l19).
S A. SEYDEL & BRO. The times are dull; no mistake
S'.G -STARK. about that when three of our
E. W. DANBURG. NIX, wharves are almost completely de-
S. CARRIO., serted. Hang the Chilean war,
J. D. LOWE. any how !
J. .LEBOEUF. Crown bridge work. Fine gold
R. D SMITH & CO. filling. Painless Extractioi. Per-
H. SWEARINGEN. fect fitting and natural looking
J. P. HIGGINBOTHAM.. artificial teeth. Dr. Perine, Centre
A. GLAIBER. street, next King's Bazar. *
S-H. W. KING & CO. Beware of the man whose smile ie
DAVIS.& MORISE. "child-like and bland" and who
:-- C. HOLZENDORF. holds on to your hand while talking
to you. He is trying to hy)pnotize
:o REFLECTIONS you. Of course this is not intended
Local Happeniugs, Scissorings forlovers.
-": from Our Exchanges, etc. The strongest argument against
-. THE MIRROR one month, 25 cents, l)onding Duval county for the river
'- -'roakers and kickers must re- improvement was today sent out by
S.- tlre-ta the rear. the Times-Union. It consisted ot
Sche rer. gv t mn a more than 78 columns of tax adver-
-" A cheerful giver--fhe man with a t
., .tisemlents.
-'. valueless opinion.
:-". Teosote roofing paints for sale at The Fernandinas will probably
FrW. Hoyt & o's., play a gme with the Stndard base
'....e. 'o. -o tatoe Store" has ball club of Jacksonville, on the
-^: 2 -. ^e "BmIa1l Potatoes Store' has lictv
S. next Ionday. Game will ibe called
.- Drafts from, $50 to $100, 25c. each, at 3:30 o'clock.
"'Pirst National Bank of .Fernandina. Pine balsa, manufactured by the
Chief Higginbotham is on the sick Creosote Company, of this city, is
S' -. .list, and Officer Courter is acting in winning high praise in Georgia, sev-
h AM place., eral wonderful cures of sore throat,
": -.-'"- B-allantine's Pale Extra Chain- colds and.bronchitis being reported.
:-" pagne Beer isthe best. Tobehadat The balsam sells without much
""' A. STEIL'S. trouble.
S J. Henry Smith is having a new Gainesville-will vote next Satur-
S- sidewalk placed in front of his store day on the question of bonding the
S on. Second street. city for water-works and funding out-
Hay, corn, oats, bran, rice, flour, standing,indebtedness; the amount
S in anry quantity, at of bonds to be issued being $60,000.
_* FRED W. HOYT & Co's. If G(,ainesville iswi.se, she will vote
S" Mr. A. G. Webster has purchased for bonds. -
the fine soda. fountain formerly The Fernandina Dental Journal
owned by Horsey & Co. is a new enterprise inaugurated by
Western beef, veal, mutton and Dr. Jno. C. Perine, of this city.
pork, at J. KLARER's, It is distributed gratuitously- and
Corner Ash and Sixth Sts. contains valuable information -on
There will be a grand rally at Eb- dental subjects, the care of the
teeth, etc. '' "',-'
S enezer Baptist-church tomorrow, in eetet
aid of the new parsonage. The ordinance relative to cleaning
All the leading daily papers and l) lots and silewalks in the city
magazines at J. HENRY SMITH'S .will in future be rigidly enforced.
-tf. News Depot. Property owners wi ll do a good deed
h .g k, by co-opperating withtheRUthbritieu
The sugar king,i keeping the city i,, a neat and
has reduced the price of sugar to o s c ition.
thn cs p d. Two of our -subscribers in- t.hi
:--*' No-mpan who loves hais neigbbor-in noucd ei n
ii.a:."i; i',_ 4mn...wil.0v ..se gea oig"s county. have ann-oundhed tl~ir in-,
,..an.:d bwr .....se ....n. .. tention f competing f"r the $10(
"-. "' -prize offered n bytlit AgrIculturist foi
C. F. Pons thas opened a collection bushel of onions. Remember, THE
.- agency; Accounts of all ind" taken MIRROR will add $5 to the prize i
and business promptly attended to. won by a resident subscriber.
.. S. Hamer, of King's Ferry, has The witholding of-the usual iow
made several shipments of the Pekin excursion r~ntes this summer by th
"-:. -- ducks advertised by him through railroad companies has tended to
.. TIHE MIRROR, keep the peopIl at home, as well-as
An -important meeting of Hose saving to the State thousands ofdol-

Company No. 2 will be held at 8 lars. By a stingy policy the road
0 o'clock Monday evening. A full at- have benefited the people.
tendency is desired. : The sergeant in charge -of For
Webster's Ice Cream Parlors, Cen- Clinch has orders to ship, by the
tre street. Fine confections, milk steamship City of St. Augustine
tre street r .-Vin-!" stinibp` Cit y 'Of St. A
shakes, lemonade, cider, fruits, etc. twenty-five barrels of the old powder:
SGood cream furnished by the quart. -stored there. This powder was pu
S, The infant childof R..E. Blair upin 1861 and was'stored in the
e:,dd this morning at 9 o'clock, aged fort in 1867. It wili be sent to For
11 months. Funeral ceremonies will Treble Me. -'
- - take place 10:30 a. m. tomorrow in Chas ,Manigault, jr., who grad
S ; St. Mary's. uated at Cookman Institute, at its
SThe quarterly conference' of the last term, is a, son of Rev. Chas
Jacksonville district (M.,E. church, Manigault, formerly of this place
South,) will convene at the church Charles was formerly an errand bo-
in this -city tomorrow. Rev. T. J.- in THE MIRROR office, and was on
Nixon, presiding elder, will preach of the brightest colored lads we eve
morning and.evening. employed. Success to him.

muuity are so common mat they -are fifth of the population, it 1840 one- -: -" : established and one cfm readily "-. -:,
unnoticed, but none the less no town sixth, ,in 1890 less thai 6ne-eighth. '.N eityn th old world ha so reach any part of the oity.- .
great an intres ariAenns aa
Sor city can advance without its news- 4'is true-the blacks Lave a higher gre, an intere t A 'ns .-O peculiarity of tovht .it'-'--
inent The are th~ ife f thec~m- ~ bt thir- eath ate s- Gen Gfoa),the- bi rt4 ~place of (Colampbu6.euirt Wr~fO~t~a~'
Papers are in the forefront ofadvapce- birth rate but their, death rate is-ao -eothe rt pace o artiic w
ment. -Theyare 1h1a li fe of the com- very puch- hight. I- In confirmation itp -niso-ofmnn out the .famt
-munity. They must lead-in every. of .is Gern" Walker e-mines'inand i the principal seat .of tl ..-iQY -i?-
effort to invite capital, enlarge in- detail,their respective birth and commerce of -Italy_ a harbor is handsome exrga
ecetilatea rsediv brt adiwnu of...- Ier~tht
dustries and enthuse. the people in wa-h, a' .-dant s seven-southern 0p- td, au ah a a a ver curi6-
the-., use ot their advantages. The lled wh agrea flt of a rels cu-i- :
local newspaper is the .one newspa- co ties of equal population black th b of treesnd acee. At al events it indi ti. _.- -.
per that shold command the'pat- an4.wbite, passed on the tenth ,- c t- -" ne o plentiful a i;
V," per thaE shoiald e m m" -p ....- e_ o-f-... ,,. .^ ,-'l .a.i plet iful s ap and water .- ,:
ronage of the community, If only sus.a and finds that-pei-1,000 births .u beg -in- 1A871- .ele ."- F .- "
one joirna-1 can be taken in a.fama Yof those born and dying, te .rate thousand vessels, of which large.
it s*oeth eao^^U mt. oo uns.:f.lR408 w,-,a .OOFING PAUi_ ,
it, should bel thq one publish ed 'at for,*Wl~it-e was, lOO-1 against' 140.8 ,Pumbrwestmr- Itith RO TE OO NGPX $
homee, There is no little excuse for.-'natural port of all Northern- Italy,- For sale at
-any person of ordinary intelligence e ntraPoto alNrhrn tl, F R Isa ED atON
Snot taking a local- newspaperince ,proportion of death rates be and is on the route to Asia by the FRD W.Htr& Co'.
the best can be had for a nominal twen blacks and whites in the large Mediterranean. The city is built on wit aw r ai .
cost; but there should ever be thle ciu.-waoos geate against the blacks theslopes of the hills and along a On and~after this date (Auagut 1,1891,) -
1 heartiest accord and sympathy- be-, In -
t heartiest accords and sympathy be. t nOrleaithe rate for whites narrow valley, with a long shore line the reward of $200 offered hy myself for
e tween the local--newspaper and the- ..-- ; *- .... surrounded -by extensive fortifioa-the capture of Harmon Mzrayti.,wth- _
community.-Philadefphia Times. wa-s blcks "In St Louis hi, o---dethe arc drawn. o J.O'N NZ.
whites 18.19, black a3.78; Louisville' tions, which command the harbor; Sh.rtff Nisau Oornty. ,
r Important Notice. whites2004, blacks 34.78 ; Charles- the position is almost impregnable. .
t I give notice that the cutting downn or As all students know it was in former 0100 1r a B-ahe of ,aoas.-
mutilation of shade trees in the city lir- ton, whites 23.78, blacks 45. powerful community ex- For'fll particular "Ho to t It,"
"- timeses a powerful community, ex- d c frtc uly- H
its is prohibited by ordinance. ll Whom It I Coneer. tensively engaged in commerce and end5 en for lh July29th
Also, that on and after this date the o o Whom i M no .001 e 1nsivy engg in commerce a nd th ,e Florida Agriculturist-the oldte( and
ordinance with reference to removal of .on and after this date (July 26, 1891,) enriched by its trade with the East. bet agricultural paper in the State. :
- weeds from vacant lots will be enforced. all bi4ls for pilotage must be paid to F.Arival to Venice, it had its doges E. PAlrs, Pub
S Persons failing to comply with these W. ?oyt & Co. Masters of vessels are it .-
le requeted to leave same there, as they are and its fleets ready for conquest-or -
Srequirements, after notice, will be liable ouantS. PILOT ASSOCIATION, trade n all seas,- and its merchant, A Good Oa. .
to fine. H. J'. BAKER, M~ayor. AGo hni
3. enandina, Fla., August 8, 1891. r your nothing of W. J. Lh an, princes built their palaces on the For sale-Twenty acres of sitpvova'
eREOSndOTEROF8 I AWNae your clothing of W.'J. Lohma shores of their beautiful harbor, land, with house and oak jro, it -
~ CRESOTEROOFNG PINTSagent for Jacob, Reed's SOW'S Philadel-
Y R SOT phi made to orddr clothing. Fit and enriched with all the splendor which Amelia City, on Amelia Island, nea t .
r For sale at qualty guaranteed; 500 samples at the the wealth at their command could city of Fernandina. Fine lucaton' .
S". & .climate; nice society, with Tabool,, t,. ,
FRED W. HOYT & Co's. store- to select from. obtain. During my stay in Genoa For particulars, apply to Tax Mur X aL

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',-hall" of the money spent y)_T, ; E S-. AND SOCIAL. 'R Ein.OPE AN LETTER. -._ ^.'- >" ". -.
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Floridians in excursions to the Ins-je ,, terelt lUel Mons-,. I W Eajrftlfc 'ritres l :,_ ..... ,. i ..,"-'".
,~~I te 4 U .. .. ,., ...X .. -.W r.. .. Inte. 0- 4 El. A -%.) A.L T IL ,- 1 E "R I. -F -U N .. ; .. -
North this suln mer, if used in u,- ., The.Mirror RKe Asl .. tiua cg ( 3r.._ ,,: .... ,=- .. ... ..*V
proving som e section o-t our coast .{rs.'W .L eFil and llltied aug h Fro j ..PariH t6 1G enoa iff ea lo ,-g' *." . -,B K ^, .' ^ ,. .^ ^ ..
would make a summer resort the ,,-enve',' Geor,-ia early--ext wee ,y frEuropeL--about mil .,-".
like of which the world has neet oiai ,isit to ier ^rfndm~her lhe- ountr is not particularI tetr f.l'/.._fn .,- ._
visitto hrgradii~cth'e. AY

seen.- Agric nl t For instance. -. ... aste un .til we reach, oy } it .. .. ...
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In the yard of Mi.s Anni Ed- t te car niextondav-.tora- tb- .Y .. ... .^ .,-o
,: . .. v- .--. ~ tbrou'gh man tutr e'& -j e tJ. ,. ._.. ,. ..>..
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wards, Ninth street, there is a 1anAtna STo_,e viSt Ma8,81sah .S IT ER Y ,ur -', a '
ph nt w hich. k qu ite a :*a-urioeitN '-- along the side o1 n I-I '-I i .tm [.-H --: i
L.and A' .a .. .- ......
Three m months since the tuber was i re ration te de ert the r .. "- -..- ,: "... ." '
n i.--d 11--d Pd *1 "0 mouutaan's sides r e threads of .sH- .* -*. ... .--- ..... , :.... "-"":, < '
taken from an old stalk and planted hB4.q a .ds L Lthe al ance -ofthe sau m ou,. ,a i e, i,,,o, i~a li.' "-'. A .-. ... "
out. Since then it has gown to a .da rk b ru h. .o. t..y-,.o......eE.-I.-,.
e.- ic t s. F insaut-aice-.Away, itut))...M. .. ..a. -ntiw reach ... :,_. ,o -,'1 -. .."Jw,. ,'-w. .. .9
at elia leachFe -rand i to.-
i of nine ftoeto and now containEst 1-e.r.-nwhiteil ,e i the tsp- -of ..W. tha.--.--.s-to, .
heii n s p- f 10 e 11rSnet t V I'mdvt Ira1ogth.valys2j.-. *~ -

a dunc, No' thirty-t e is ban anas ,_.. s.-. o -.sa.l se through a ny ura, ..,. -- -_:b,. .
&lz ... ..L~ 01 m U Lt _,UiJrUi?.l^^ ,1^ ^-- -q -. ".,t^^jtA..?', iV-. r-- ... .. "* .,- .... a ; ^--'-' /-(. -'* *. Ti "-*, ^ w-. - ,% "* ^" '" ..... ; S'i^ ^E^-
V....L ---f e l es O Mt.. 4 ... .. .. .. ..... .
-lThe derelict s'jhoonier, i A A. e.ii 4rt/ ''estr rdayT ",i"a-tr.& _' i oT ,.-' ^. -- ---.
Dewitt, from Thauo ralpan for" (.' ,^ : irneirvisit to Noth T^ Bootonm.- ot^ J^^ "i.. : .. i-- ; ,--- .._i
Newok, with a cargo of mahogany \-,e uchbldiefit to their health, te cavernous airn ari -tho n 'n ""fI j 'I "v""t-""in .' ,'.
v:aluCd at -i,,) hich,,N1s11 }a1-1_-.9
The mrtlssic tetlir~ p ~i~aaiosti'dset ~ei ad~ thiraty ornepi~d~ntl~ ot the grg~n~e -ar Gni, ::.

taken f- at I, tl ad an-e huaartily enjoyed bYt both. m aketeirty mintites oe"g .like oi o the gr.... ame.3 3-o;U0
doued in te lower guol hast May, E % f occu hours, last eitory, and rwezed I Ce pth'ahorstory.ta"-.'"tho
has dr.rieofE.,otffowo isheshors.-t'stnearr Snt. -A"" "" ":'....
has drifted ashore near St. Andre-vs Dr.- -S1ydlrr's residence, o~n Sixth Italia-n-slope, but waare ,sti~ll-m g with which. -Iwas .rrotd-ho-: ,-.-
ba.The derelitscoonered oilA.thre d Al. 9 ~f L -p ~h~e to4-.

'bay.c Stf O hhe was discovered the rett:.tT&o Doctr says he. expects the inountains, whiclwere4,t-I feet -these okldoges lived. -- 'al ...'-.- i
beac by a PE-nsacola filhinoing sack. sre.-Teh o as e jpcstemutiswihwrAO0fe heeoddgslvd
beach ,ya nsacol ishng.i .the rush of business be has over our.heads as we- pss.ed_ rough A. very, beautiful-pond'-'int h .:. h .
vBy refTerriiig to the fourth page -,e&Ji-.ig- by next Tuesdav,.and "the tunnel, aid" w.ha,1ve a iig de- been' erected to 'Columbus .o: th"'i ..'
it will be seen that -wae are offering wiw North ia day or two after. many p- ub square ad c"U" t "-n .'
,scen1i.N fthflrough man iW6, oc -ulie square, and l bis cdiuutr~n =.-:
to sl space on that page. T yotg fried, Douglas Shay- 'excavations before -w_-_Yeh the are. nvy evidently -very p'.ro.df- -"
wo hsave never tried the co"u--s o_ "- id u -e" -h ed ". .--
who have aaneaver tried the coun o t or been -elected first ]ieutfniant sunny plainsof Italy.;. r'put.tin1 as thediscoveref.f $ ""
TE Mi AR as an advertising e- :etropolita iLight Infantry, We see many nemnentQ8-"f the world d... "-
dium will do well to avail them- of jacso-niille. Mr. Shavlor is a past co'ditiion of theje pple in The care taken by the,.Qld .Q.. ;.-'
selves of the present oplportunity to ..",, te of the East Florida Semi- the rumbling castles perched upon families to pefpeua h
close a yearly contract. Te l)price. those who kniw him well each eminence, the strong, tower is most trikingly ill "
lfor the space will be advanced after &will makean-excellelrofficer. now and then and the walls of an- CampoSato. A ,atbl-
Octob~er 1st. taiO.U.
O~ctober- 1st. i-arge nLumber of the friends of client bfortresses. Feyw of these inte- hasbeen erected Pso_.g ,o Vt
The trustees of tlihe First Baptist -, rs. Biggs h ad a pleasant rior points have now any military square, with. mpa,,tD qo-,
clurch colored) are erecting a neat s l W gathering at the residence of defenses, but as we stop at the towns porting longglk-iesB '"- ---&
-aronao mii or -tthside, along whi olt-ar
parsonage f1 tir minister, on Lhe .. evei it bein aor travel on the railways, we are --
lot adjoining the church. The house .fitr,; ltentertainmentto tthe Misses everywhere met with men iDtYilitary ostly ald .beauWilful0 *"' a" "
'T '.,,l.. ..e ,nhihi t,, onumecits. The lb''g -.d
will contain six rooms and a double. Dr ho- 'e, rIllinois wifti niform-part of that vast. ihtar moiumt& The ....-.
kitchen. A library room stands out .p ns ext week. The corn- army which evy Europyt-gve. .-.y gallr.e ;.'.
t~i eek.The cotu- mrrnTwhicheOertheuread etA
p ro m in en tly in fro n t. T h e d esig n m > ... 6 -.-, -;
prominently in front. The design -' be congratulated upoa. n entdeemsit necessary to ntain; mm.ria -.o.the -m-ed i:,
was inmade ,y Contractor Samuel -th y termination of a pleasant a burdensome drain upol er re-arti.ts a il. d .oa
Petty, and is the first piece. of work afr- sources and witholdingt 'm. the9eth a noW14 1.ih..i'
talien by hiinm tbfor several years. .. -.- oet.-
fieldsof Adustrv the flo of I gp 1 Zw
Services will be held in the Bap- Nland. e. .
tibt church tomorrow, as follows: -.-- ml ,nte,..td care.f r The ditrictof cotmtrylting ," memi"riI, -
Morn.ing .11 o'clock .subject, "Hid- c.v -.ar .ic .. e .1 centm to he .A.ps is very. i. .
Sden from the strife of tongues. The Fr-i A. Walker reaches the con- *ell """Wlktrea-ia"-d -s .id- s dscoIore^sta -
wellt..-pl0P!. ,. g~r Pied. =- C", "-7--
believers' sanctuary'." Evenin, .'0 o I that e nu cal strength ont, of'hfh Turin isth rinai- .'1d-i.
-'- -. ner- -e. U k T i ut r ts
Who has it? Have you?" Sunday- ver be sufficiently great to cause upwards of three millions.of inha oks of art at Genoa sb.es
uneasiness, except perhap.s in the uwrso -remlinso nal" o ~
school .:311. Ladies' prayer meeting "ness, except perhaps in tantsin its 11,000 square miles. T are and living and reverent at,.
Tuesday, 4 p. mI. Ladies' Aid So- GTultf States- The predictions of traveler passes through a highly cul- tention.
cietv-President, Mrs. Liuville; sec- writer. \ho have not taken the tivated country, with fine roads, The shores of the Genoa curve for ;
retary, Mrs. S. Nettles; will meet trouble to inform themselves respect- handsome buildings and covered many miles, along which. rans, a. -
every Thursday, at 4 p.m. General ing the increase of the negro race with vineyards, forest trees, and lux- fine dri\e, with many beauti'.1-" .4
prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. that the very iear uture thee uriant crops palaces on the hills, sloping -to the .
Ed. Jordan, the -live manager of would be 50,000,O)0of blacks in this rin is a comparatively modern shore. We visited one of the finest ...-
the People Grocery, has contra cotitry he regards as the purest city, with a population of upwards of them, the grounds of. which -
the People's roery, has cntractedcity, with a population of upwards
for the-space at the head of the last 'n e "e of 30),000. arb laid out- in the finest syle of. *
column on this page. It is well- ,Gn. WValkercompares the number o 3 la0scape gar-Mi -
known that local rates are charged of blacks in the country, according Passing through a number of lands ardening.--meandfring ... ,
ir towns, of which Allessandria is the walks, artificial lakes, beautiful mat- ""
o l d perig n hspgto the last census, with th~enumber chief, we reach the maritime alps on.- ,e epe a'i .ueru2t^-
f -ble temples arid numerous-fountains-"-
fo a ha la ra t 'e shown By the census of 1880. he w t -h m .Ae. empowered ia groves of .beaut.-.. '-'
with the distinct understanding thaL our way to Genoa. Here great diffi- ,_ -b-e. g o -' -l- ... .
disphv lines are" to -. also gives the number in the country "" i. tial trees. An artificial grotto reoon-
n h-eavy dipa lin s aetb .,. p.i .-,;^^ cultes were encountered m b.idig .ier ,, '*^"s"'^wl,-'
allowe Theater t te taking of each census since the ct wer not ..dn bdi siderable extent, with a subterranean
a1umn is there, tgretlytnhanced, eaimoeraetion of the population of theta he railroad. n raveng lake, is a-feature of much inter_ -, .
d J h- as discoveredth country began, and the conclusion at of seventy miles, we pass over boats transport you through ca -
and Mr. ordant has discovered the h a i t k number f viaduots and twenty- ug n
factand takes advantage, "of it, not- which he arrives is that the tacks tntunnels, one of whica is over ous passages and at length lanwdyou. -' ., ,
fa.-t and take p', abou four are niot increasing relatively as fatas eih unloe~-at the head of a .flight of m~e .- .
wistanim ngs muchp s about w our te h. i t- three miles in length, It is a con-
times as muchla-s he would by -.. "9 stant succession of -.daylight arnd steps .. 's- -."^
placing his-advertisement elsewhere. *^ l0 the black. were. 19 p. darkness through avery picturesque The fortifications of Genoa are so --.-,
Note theannouncement he makeTin c th'" e etr po .Pu aetuntry.dowItothnrycoastof. -:
this isue. -.". e ll-lt~hey wenre ponly 19peuet Otfl con tyow tQtevrcosofeenhehaa ngefrreire ---
-. .. .they po ere Ony ,o n pe ei t y e Mhediterranean, which i olygarrison of. 10,000- men1 and i s 7.-. .
; mllu .--.-:A .-- : ;.-- tth&poptulation. In the eighth year "brdre ."ti.lt -o,', ai- ":stps.ported by numerous mother largo for^ .
Tue L;" T 9 1Newpaper. between the two periods the whites borderedba s os p tidb Gewus ra rge I r"
rThe public have little appreciation incwased sixteen-.fold and the blacks This natural barrier di vided wiat tifiations.-th Newnbaork inas theiP -
of the value of well conducted. local only. ten fold. To state the chse dif- wls onc eqe Litgia .owhichtan newpaprs Beefcestotheco'~-fent]ythe170 wr~ Genoa is the" chief eity- from--Pi-- seaport--of Italy .and, is far bal .7& 4-z::-...
Snews~papers. Benefices .to theo_.- [erectly, the blacksaia 1790 we. one- -. 8- .. :" 7; defended. Street car lines haveli-e ..- '- I
muit ar so como ta .1



(l gloiba .ttrro. Gambling and the Law. The Ce o
~~Under the above head Justice "Sir ...
GEO. R, FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. ..James Fitzjames Stephen, Bart.," dis- OF. T C y e W J, /S
MOORE & MANUCY PUBLISHERS cusses :in, The Nineteenth Century the .W .JM & i "I ."
:+ -- legal aspects of the baccarat scandal. 0 Y'K WN
FERNANDINA FLA., AUG. 8, 1891. One of the most delicate points to be set-
tl6d is whether gambling ie morally
Xxal-supplies, cannot be imported, wrong or not. On this point; many.per- OTRiAR 1 A
dutyfree, it seems.'ifty cases of chain- I both in Europe and America, will .
board the flagship Philadelphia, but the den in the Ten Commandments. Sir
pane wre ecenly anae fo USSORden orini toe TleCmardmnta tis. notSfrbd
treasury department would notlet them James says. A man might keep both in LKI 'T ;
-paymeqe~~~_ anssy," b n LBUILDER]
coedn! without payment. of :ie r.sual letter and spirit ever-onerf "the Ten Yok Flt
cusitoms rates. This -high handed out- Commandments agd yet be devoted to I11,1Cr
rage of taxing naval officers'ammnition gambling and pass his time in the wan- __ ew Yo, Charleston- and LInS.
should not be forgoten. ton indulgence of cruelty to animals'- NiON&" ESIM TE ML
usaEn era statement which is trulyshocking.P W O R UnSteamships of te Fd t
Q <0404640en 'theEnglish sparrow As to whether gambling is morallyA FuW D R On short notice for all classes of -brick 'The 'Magnificent Steamships of tssF
"nublance in hand and will hereafter pay ybutl Ourn ...; "il sFlos
wrong. Sir James writes: and wood uding.a
two cents bounty on every sparrow Th principle appears tometobeperctly A cream of tartar baking powder. and wood builCiL
^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h principlel.M ~th appe^^ ars^ S ^^"^^ to-meh,iiUt topepe~tl 9ptl.Hghsto CALLING AT CHARLESTON, S.CBT WAS
wgcIp, Doubtlesasnhis will thin out thee simple and not very difficult to apply. It is -all in leavening strength.-Ldtest U. S. ine w- airln sandsmall jobs promptly (ALIN-ARD TIME.)
unclean little pests. .Perhaps, too, ,.if that gambling, like any other thing, is a ment Food RePort. attended to... From N-w (ST ANDAoD TIME.)Ja
Chfcaep were tooger ae..remiunmfor an question of degVee. A bet for one man is unob- ( tae 10 rmier W YorS, From Jacksonviller
^ ..... +tr .. ..jectionable if it in a matter of shifiings, for an., P O L HTI' (Pier 29, E. R.) STEAMER Florida.
ectt oot Prevel ter she might in other man It may be of no harm if it is a mat- IIiA A N lin i O iday July 31st, at 3 P.M...... ROQUO IS,.........Thursday, Aug. 6t, at 5.1)0 A
time thin out also her smke nuisance. ter of pounds, but questions of degree of th lVU.i lUJ. uu ii UUU aU iU. Monday, ug. 3d, at 3 P.M.....ALGONQTUIN.......Sunday, Aug 9th, at 7.O) A
sort must by the very nature of things be de- Wednesday, Aug. 5th, at,3. P.M.....CHEROKEE..... TelaY, Aug. l1h at &30 A. M
+h i .r. .^. cided by the people whom they actually affect W. H. MAIN-N. Friday, Aug. 7th, at 3 YE SEE.Thr Aug. 13th, at 0.00 A.M
S.. For the encouragement of home grown -a man. mstdecide for himself. how much he STATE OF FLORIDA, Monday, Aug. 10th, at3 P. ........SEMlI.LE.......Sunday, Aug. 16th, at 1.00 P.M
he~~~~~~~~~~~~~ isws1ewll, XCTVEIEATE Irost B36x 38. Fe~rnanidina, Fla.'Wdedy u.1ta -~ .RQUB Tedy u.Iia .0P~
music the American Composers Choralas. can affordto. ose,and if hels wise he will not los OX anna, Wednesday, Aug. 12th, at 3. P........ IROQUOIS. ucsday Aug. i at 2.30 PM
exceed his limit, bu, though this may be Y Friday, Aug. 14th,.at 3 P.M..... ALGONQUINE .T..A .0
g-uide to the amount of.:his bet, It can ow PR Aug THE i
Sia "" "'two -a p for -ulAlN Mon Aug. ia 3^ ^ P H.
the bestIurekynatfve musical comuposi- determine tits legal quality. P To -Whom it Moy C', 1went i- Wednesday, Aug. 1 :th. at 3-.m :.YEMASSEE.T:e^v, y Aug. .tal 8.3 .-.
tons. For te best cantata tt&at-,f.4ber The inference, therefore, must be that FHEREAV, it-has come to my know. ."e .. Friday, Aug. ..'.t, at 3 .m ..SEMINOLE. ur Aug. 7,at 10.0 A.M
... Wene R --1 murdred Friday, Aug. 24th, at 3 P...MIN ........ 'ept. u 2tha 2.300P.M
performed in fifteen minutes a goldnedal if a man bets nomorethan he can afford bt o HARMON.tRRAY murdered Monday, &ug. 24th, at 3 .M. IOUOIS ...... Sda, Aug: "1tht, l.I, P.M-
Ask get fo %V. L.. Douglan ae.... 'e., .a, Aug. 260 ft 3 r... ..A t .. ,Sp.iGa .0.
Worth-$100.will.be:given.' For the best itoe lose, he isnot guiltyof amoral wrong. Jop W Robinson at Feo Nsu male in Your Place "k Y a- r Fr..ay Aug. 28th, at 3 P. EOKE .'ura, S d, 4.3 -.
County n ,May- ICth D. 9f, arid at dealer to send for catalogue, secure the :
tsongnasecoudprizemedalworh. In. this vieof thease,.too, apdn of' the s U i agency, and get them for Po,. se ure h a s. ,at 3 P .......EE- Sunda e.t. 6.00sA.,H
~ ~-~''~ ~ aidHAMONMURAYdid aslo murder tAPTAhE NO SUBSTITUTE.J -
dollars, .will be received by some lucky Wales, might not be Qomnmitting wrong. D. L. Alvarez at, Starke, Bradlurd County, on. -T E NOTITUTE. ,
composer. The prize&will be awarded in gambling, while if one of his subjects May 30th, A. D). 1891, I IN
next winter; 'Here is-,an oppo0tuity who wasia poo*i clerk bet exactly the Now, therefore, I, Fran'-is P. Fleiniug, Geov- J H Ji V I
1 A-rnor~of tlie State ofL Florida, *ty virtue of JV
wh-Oh forthegrowthof Americean musid, same amount thesoubjectwould be guilty -the power and authority vested In ine by- the .
it is to be hoped many with: tSafor. 'f a great wrong. Couttuonand Laws of stidStatedo hereby For Sanfrd, enterprise and Intermediate Points on St. Jon's ,ver
composition, willW avail themselves iof. It has Vbeen decided by British. courts ofera& reward, of e .
America is already the champion conn- that money lost by.gamblingi cannot -be TWO Houndied and nfty1 DOW1 I ,r sTn A. ,_. -
S try for pretty women and'fast trotters. ,legally collected by the one to whom it 16r the arrest ad d1iery ofhe said - R Leavs Jaksonville fbr Sanford, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursday, at3.p m, e-
tlos ale to be t h country of music and is owg. A 'law to this effect was t turning, leaves Sanford Mond
composer. -t O. :".. passed in 184w. But other bets not preju- ur Bradfurd Couiv. P ,gleo5d a lF 0 A A
.Has Mtorkina a WAst? dicial topublic morality or decency weie In t-sitimuny whereof, I have hermuhto TE.AE= W A- A -
This isa question now troubling hitgh' still left to stand good in the way of col- l I Leaves Jacksonville for Sanford Mondaysa and Fridays, at 3.30 p. n. etiig, "
=- '4 g .... ., ." .. ,. + the ,re .Siea of the...state'to W 'D U LS_ +leaves Jakowefo Sanford Mony-n Wde days,- a nd Frdas it. 3.0pIn.,: rig
election. Justice Stephen would. have all t r S leaves Sae~ford Sunday--and Wednesdays,t-at 78. na. : .
arteirdl~a, .Paintersi deelire that natire -: L.. ... .. S.1 -be-affixedl hereunto, at Talla-pWthfrt-ls
ar Pa^nters declare ta e bettng debts made 'non o.lcfible by [see ax1 Wheet ', at 'thea 9 The'abo ve, steamers -area fittednd
placed no string around the. human body etln ebts m noncol ble by hassee, the Capital, ti-i th $3 SHOE ENEN tables wilT e supplied with best in market. ..
in thl middle. R.Sh pt+ a lie up and law, but left to the honor-of the -rdiidi day of $une, A. D. lElW* THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR TuE-MONEY? e Pals
In., he mddle Se ~t aine p an kThe~ Pab.lesteamersard ie t :fitted/up
doWn t- ba. ad hee. p. vidual Then people would. betat their: FRANCIS P.-FLEMIN, Is aseamless hoe. with no tacs or wax thread egern
',.d n t. b u ack,.anu here qm!e:rpry' .. ."''.. .(,-~hJ to hurrtbe feet'. lmade of the besi fane+ calf. stylih r tW
clothng m~ hae a eam butrther-ln own risk. He would Also, have- tebt- B the ('ruflf andi oasy. and be riise fe~e ma-ke inore shoe o ?11- F. Xl. IFRONXONGER Jr., Florida Pasasuger Agent 8Ws aS,.YcsnilFa
.grade than Iny ormN I r, Flfacturero r iaveig Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St ,. JncksonvlUle, Fl-a. -
clothin- may have a fleam, but the line ow rlsk He would aiso n haye the be-, : By the Goyemrnr 7 "' and ^ ?^ ^ eay u e^s P aemr he fti":W F (ltNIATvl~ asne gn,8 etBy8re. J"ek.?nv^e, F^a. '^ -- ^
Stt," -hng the body through in the mie ting agent wiped out completely y He. Atte. : JN6. L.\RFORD. e e J.. PELOT, Freight RAgent, on wharf, foot Hogan Street Jacksnlle, F. -
cuttin y ese tan d-seded t5 0e s calf JOHN [ln- HOedARD, Florid a FrAghtJAgeOt, foot Laura StreFt, Jackson-le, Fla.footL
dr~~sexnaker, ~~~~d sa~~.s: 8ccvretar, of _4itte. -$ .shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals esreuch J. A. LESLIE. Su iertrjtedntfotaratetacsvllFa
i a mere diabolical, invention of tailor InIPO-e" shoes whi t.chCtti 10 RALL I aBolngGe, cost form -,0o$20
S. a Parliament will not have done what it prao- an-Sewed Welt Shoefine calf- AS E.AsstTraff aager, '
S and drsmaker, and not to be tolerated al ao discourage mblin d bet MASTERni durable. Thebe THEO. J. EGER, Traffic Manager, 5 Bowling Green, New York.
not to -tolrate t yarl to discourage ..mbling.ad: .beto M SToR 'S offered Welt Sroe; sa ec grada as cu,
Sa true art. r Long flowing lines, with- until it has condemned It in general terms, NY VIRTUE OF A DECREE (,F FORE. I.OS. -on-tmbaeae coating-ro WM P -OLYDE & 00., na AoGt
out a break i- the costume. are the ..-.er ..which i wold b erfeptly easy to do byre- jB ure of -n.riK-.. siged by Hon. William 50 Police Shoe; Farmers. Railroad Men -a
QutL a.' brea.i"the os e.a .e" citing that,whereas~gambhtig i- practice op.- JB. YI'uug, Judge ,f the F,,urth Judi]'iaL I_ o L al d s.oo~ a .n rs ideavy fbr e csle -12 SOnth-Whlrves, -Philadelphla. \ 1[wIi Green. New Yolk.
eiting~~ thtbeesgmln &a'r emes mohIsd eavy three soles, exten.
dap , .caperor one who dres~es according to posed to tle public interests, It Is hereby do- Florda itti~as a chanee hcr, on t lie 3d -t% of 6 nede OnepairwJII wear ayear.
enuie rules of beauty That there is lawed to-be illegal, andiall betswheth AUgl-tA. 0. ls, it a rau- u the.(ireult Vi9 lne calf; no bet ershoe eever offered apa- i- w
by a n or .0etwep principal and all NRsiU .unty, wh-rein Katherinf Knag.is %t e r this price; one irlal will .unvlne those .
vo ais i-apypod-yth-ftorbtenprniasadalco c~uiliraldtni. Wan Vlli~tim B. 0%%u a nAer ho wantsa shoe for comfort and service.
**u wnOat is.am ply proved by the faet traots ,ncliary to gambt nig,shall bevold,flBd. )f* equta it t Lel.-nard DzXier, an! that even fashion,.which created it has if made- by an agent the principal may revoke M Lzh.r E 'iir A1, --i, aui H.lep. A"revery stro and Wdurable'. Thoes wee aT A l '1 T t "2
[az.r. .~.l.( A'~lle [~i.I~ I em ~nave given Ibem a trlalwill wear no othernmake.li
-no xed place for _. Sometimes fashi_ his aluthotrity to pay the bet at anytime what. .Duzif-r, . i]okv-4 iof ,'the it rillI andq ie.4rariet O (. and swihool shoes arer make
no fixed place oli" Somt i monU.es fashion 610 "u 81... scoo she a
ever _of Leo,)ur,1 Du.ler. ,I.eea-d, art! d sfvu 2 I worn by the boy-severywhere; they sell
: pts hewait p~ude th amssoe- Filt -ell At puidliv, nutieR. t) th.- highest bI~l Iuthermrs, as the- increasing sales show.Vif.'S E
puts the.waist np.under the arms, some- 0 11 ifirunt M, iil i,111u dljr i
+. . .......- o --_ < ."[:[HOw in, ,nr i IrUnt of the ",rn*-h,,u. idour in- the eit. oi 8 $3.00 Hand-sewed shoe, best*
i:+ :'Pt" P" ......te~ 'enuiaF~iaihn Lh- legal hAjrt 'of L ai es41 I Dongola, verystyllsh;equalsFreneh.
times away gown upon the bips.' HOW ol to -Rest. Fernauina, Fl.-iridl%. within th le-4l h of Ladies oogl 7rndmewe shoe, .et
: Now,'between- two such mighty au- Tuhat picturesque writer, man and a. on ,,l', e7th d-t, tor -t" Ler., AIb Led.les, o 81.0froE 81.73t shoe or
"""l the itllo,-riuur de,.or}wd real ei-tate: l ss are the.best tin Do hgoia. stylish a oddurable.
S .thorisie as fashion and .i art it ijs physi.ian. Dr Willhiat A. Hammond, thi. ertairi 114. ppu-c. ,r rpareels or laud situ. n see thaetf WL.Doug-las y ameadu
io:n.lt for-an qutsider to decide. But, declares there is no such thing as rest or "tI.d in ,aid ,ith,-t FeCatUinair. Nas_.at eopVty, price are stamped the bottom of each shoe.
4Naxate ~rh of FlOr i~l;, aud known tnio.1 ,le.a-i et~ as W. L. DOUCILAS, Brockton., Mass. -
jn4gig! froul the appearance of the sum- restfulness in the American nature. All ,,ts oneitii saI two i2,iu block numril-r thirty- . C .'. ..a >
^ fS;r^ '^ Z^ S r ^^ ^ .S ^ ^ ^ ^Iid eig hE-t Ix)? u tie map' 4suld ,]ity of Fentaidl<_la .a.
mer girl, one is inclined to say that high 1mustt be whirr, hustle, bang, fizz and '-ight ... ti .fl t Lo uri,,d,,an FENANDI NA. WLA.eekl ft vatdl
-tisgthe wt all the _aprouctuianepas anain- FRADNFA
art ls rght There is no waist-at least. busness-getting richer, whether a man provetnynt ibhel-tO belwtiging or in anywiap-ikE
art "s igt~. rsoa alt epertauwing. Termw- c-a-h. Pumhaers Dayu1~or
none to speak-. It is so squeezed in is in the bo.-,om of:,his-city liomein win- titles. C BALDWI.I', and raom Iftw ork- vor riday.. -
t_ .- it.aere. is-fhing left-ofdt -it ay a- -ter or at the seasidie with his family in "tltl Special MI. '_
; baubbope, and the dear girls hook their summer. Drners. balls, fuss and bot IN THE iRALLA ANTIT COBRT, -R I 'O l i' '
: gown oun th.. ending dressing are the same at .both fourth JuNdiaial Circuit, Nassau -
S.An autopsy on the body of a young places -There- is merely a change of CoUny l O
you ng + + Cou y -Iorda, T. : I U m RERS OF .+.. .."t "- -
lady who died recently of a mysterious scenle. LENA BLICKWELL
-:* disease revealed the -fact that she had Brain workers rest when they change- Jos v ,nChancery. divorce. --
di o labr fo0$.C. BLACK wELL .J
lAced iher body till t.wo of her ribs had theirknd of labor for physical taIks, APPEARING FROM THE AFFIDAVIT OF Ri
-. penetrated the liver and killed her. land -vice versa, but in any- case the. Li.eua Blackwell. the omplainant it tbeab-ve IK
e-nititled suit. that the reiiiienu.-eotithe defendant,
Thus the.dQar girl was a martyr to high American is incapable of self amuse- Jos. C. Blackwell. is unknown, aud thAt hej. HARD MACH INE AADg,
S, art. There are others dying more lin- iment. He must always be with people, -. ordered .hat e said defend : -
'"' 'gering deaths, but all are victims of art, everlastingly with people. He requires jos. C. Blakell h and is hereby -requi t l HA LO DA
answer orlit-rour to the bill of comp&lID~i
. ,^ :- aHl are bent on illustrating the beauty constantly to be entertained, like a bably, said^fa t cor in a -o 6a6 cn o
i"'. tum that-manlrind haa no -waist. And is bored unspeakalily at the idea-pf. Ida, y Len Blackwell, omPaDiA, o be- For price, et. callon .
din6 s ,for te flrdl MNonday in Serteri.Ier, isSI, g
( I going alone or with one congenial com.- the7th ilay of saidmonqth., aud that thisnorobe FRED W HOYT & CO.
&b-:'i.*t :': 'l*.- J)fl jpanion to the mountains or to the sea- Piiblthed itn THE FLORIDA MIRROR, ta. Fernndina, Fla. W1*, :'
Abputjlepstonswi newspper lubibLied in said c-onn-ty, in the cityFendial.
S ; Gneral.Green B.P aum, commissioner hore. Even in a restful room, if he sits oIFerna" f n r
of pensions, contributes, to The North -dwB to rok.toand fro and smoke a c-i fron tor'lie place where c-'urt stiI n 'ail conty + + e r w o +
: .merican Review a short paper on 'Pen- gar, the first thing he does is totlhon, Fts jd or ial, A4 TFroB ma3411 to0 eW : Yo rk;
:+~~~n bb.. doe is to .. ... ru ina.: &K. ,,,
court, and the seatl 'of said coun, this 5th d* ot R T O P IS&mhs 01
S BionsraiMon Patriotism.. Hesays that-The -.all the.ightsf A day,in.which be can-. August, A. ).i. I. E PRATT TOMP CABIN, |X(JBI god for -
,7 totalpayimgta for pensions will .aAtaiaan. |lot read-in his newspaper all the crimes, jEL] Clerk Cirnit Court Nassan Oo., ia. I i tf f T( ITERMEDIATE 17 1 &T R E -
Irkm"I -xm CorfamnC,,NTERM[EDIATE. 17,4rI TE
: their ,mamm in 1893, but it is not be- and scandal ta hat haveoccurred through-' ..L L-" ril+hil "UlirFlL ThJit I.ehIi.g.no T-aer between Fern-a I Ra "nd NeQT n H
/ r lived thatin that year the amount will put. the world in twenty-fonrh stoursis t NOTICE : J f eATNO H --
reachElTno,,G000 Under the last act him a-day lost. T3HEREBY N nr the Ge N that tFndrIT S,, thEETAlInd other --a n ot". -
'1. Ineorporarion Act of the State of Fiorlda~dp-. , 0 AD D0R&TIVE WORE Tlle traVblinig public are offered thie adVatntagds of a DIREr TPINE and "UN$1UR-. ""
passed, kIwnoas the disability pension With wealthy w erenitt i still worse. ,roved A ugust s, 1i,: ahd. of acts supplemental "S..&ED-..ND- 'COB"TIV.'O-K pN TO a-d W E.n. G E
a ct.: : : a a .pension of no t.less than six dol- -T hey w ill not even read n ew papers. e re t o. Cala a ri k patiny hz iu cor i, a Fourth _re e nB rom and A l "ehua "., on necti n s a t R N A NIBJlA w ith F'1od a C en tal & .P w ps uiar Co's -syste am b r
-' lars nor more than twelve dollarsnat:-'How niany so cal~e>T society women did the olileeof the Seceteary of $tate and;Ttli6 FER.NANDINA, FLORIDA. IACK -'glfVIIAjE, -ST. AUICYST fiE anid allpoizM -on the St. Johns, Oefc. -
month is.granted to all honorably dis- any ona ever see *ho could take a paper Thobjet ol the Company Is the aurca,.^ "wa--,dldia Rier s, and. t.all4i-a points. -. ..
:, 1 charged soldiers who served ninety days pad:and pen,.il and go into the fields and hree tndsale of rIsk t.prin i., ,' 9 BdI4.S- OW L.p .TG. 'TO A [ "pft.: '.
or more-and are suffering fo.m perma- skertch -from nature? And -yet there is tiuiiness Ca]lahap,i lorida; the corp-Tao -+. ''* Further information will hbe cheerfully gisen by" .... -
eut physical or mental disability not selarcy.a-well-.hed Englih.-woman who ate-in tweuty,,earstherefrom;tu SPtciAL -: -rh -f -l Ge B.u gV A ^ ,- ;
:-, : the resutritofi their own vieidhs habits, cannot d., tbs and do it well.' be coudutted by'a board of three d.... -r -
t. eul.o..ter w'veiushbis.hall be chosen annually on the n.t l9rm .R tL / T&-, -+ tlR.ANfDl?4..FLA., -'".++:
*.\}> ,, The.4isabillty, must .incapacitate them Reaily: are Americans as bad a.s thia? June in each year. B R P Ler-2Q. -E".t Uia-^r,- York. -+' + -'' .- '2 "
^ fo r m a n na l la b o r ,tO snch an e'x t e nt th at -. F em an d ina F la ., Jan e 13, 'Y89j t W j OU '^ K ^ S ^ 3 ~ o l ; \ "" : ^ : '
they cannot by .such work earn their A four -track underground railway is o"->A _,
living. Pensions 6f eight dollars a month the plbn of- ralid transit recommended .CU.lW-HwjB PtMitmi -t'odo". "- L +
IJ3.Z..d. '..+ :--
are also grnuted to soldiers widows de- by thtpei special commission appointed to- ... ., J$r-Omo- +.. -a...7" '- o .. ... '^ -
pendevit'for.support on theiidaily labor, consider the matter in New Y+ork. If TO AND FROM FTLORAIDAJ. f f.it iBa Al.. '. ". -, to^s lar d ge- a +'.o:r ....nt. -f .. -:+ ,C
Soldiers" orptmns undersirteen years re-, built it will pass under the streets from ustbelo, herd. ; + + :aa,-
oliver, two dorLans ua nmoth. Syucatr e the Battery to Harlem. The population VIA THE BEAU"IFU.L s. .. Can't hold
war closed more tan two-out of seven of New York has increased so -rapidly ,,-I- ... "7."-. & -
of its wrvivors have die.4 After 1893 that there will be full-awing for.much a. .. /. *" t ,
the-hirn needed- for pension payments road in addition to the elevated roads- -" *br ha< a yaih i In this l.m nd -alao t baf^ ''." ": '7 :'
w-lldiaish. + already worked beyond their capacity. T A Ts Y.-UMi^ ZUi dX -- ..-
(.eueralRaumt.sa.i- thet.International' The underground road can really dim- D '^T 'lE:ffi^ BP+ '* ," "' T' >.' '.- ". --'"

revew xeceaiptswill be ample, to' meet patch trains rapidly It does so'in 'Lon- QITY OY BRT rx WIO-i,-T ,J 9 .J .LM i ,- T RA'J.sJ.r 4" ',-77: ,ttXJI* 1 ,"1 -
all penisi'ns. H writesfurther: don and the New York commission .... 4,--
rn 1806 the interest charge upon the public have decided that theycannot do better SARREDOLE IN EFFECf MAY 17,.1891. w'ar' ... ..u t ......... W---- O*lY SCh 40 G1044 sept i atc1, a be l ec t1,a, -. : iI
debt wa m yi.,ya S-I,0,00e0 aid the pensions ..ilT tan to try the London plan. .h B T qN .D Tz ..-y with 7S chaacters, and $- 'r the,, ad Oif Godl.li '. ,. '
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S...... pubic cred ltor;xpecte hs tntere-t, and it was derground road will be much more jaily Eet Syau IOL, CASE OE-LL, wara.te4 to dob ptter -> .: ,
paild.by. hie.peoplo-,wdillheuLabatement. The agreeable to property owners along the L r niay. work than.any machine made.. .. ." -L 'IN .". .-. -.
POPUtI&LoD wa:' thnen*j.(-i-Jl)9W. aurtd this annual A Arrlye Ctumbera30.10..:) aLI 10.V an vi corbfesa'TWith DURAEI'LiTY4SVIED, -"OJJ.OT'N0Jr *
charge of In terest andI pensions was $4.W7 pi-r route of it. = ~ s m 1.~a~ rieFradna i.3 pt m 12,'bp m- E-s Of P LErATiOwaYlne ihu ~to
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capital. The public debt IS n. w ail.ost paid. Leave Fernandina, via F. C. repsirs than any other machine I no i~m 7-Tl 1i1. A S.TT'k f dT r. J'I1"'
It ts-no longer a .burden. The bondholderi- Men may come and men may go, but. -&P.R. R ............ ........... 12.45 p m 4.ln any other .m.I. M o r +-1. FF D rI'* u t TTr1
have received $.,600.f79j) In Intereot and Pre- the Wild West sbow goes pn forv^ it Arrive Jacksonville........... 2.20 pam 6.15 to bpther the operator.,;It.is NEAT, MM7 N E3 A K J A.J
havemnue arcelJ ul the tril. The-pensoner .have--_T
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: received t$l,'t.T_.tu,. The present Intereat was the prime attraction, at Paris after Leave-Jacksonvllne, via FC aU knds pf typewriting. Like a pbrtuing press, e Goods oftl o at n lre
charge.. r .. l Is tt.. and the penon til great exposition itl, in 1889. it- Arrive ernandina.. ........am 4 it produces sharp, clean, leeble m'ansacripta,-t
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aggregate of hie0rt Arrive~ Cumrranm.:1 pmrcto 4:lti Chny gneligo peso capbcien. ~
ofiieat nd pensions of $1532,40.- ,il beiv aubrln .......Tw1 : o mAylt,1gn qsicabeoen 9ptor NEW GOLODS ReevJ b v r SW~e'
0.. 0. Wo.-noha.veapopuliulanof .lx.O0, so just the same-for there will be thou- irr ve Brnuwick ........5 s 6...... i .two dy." We ore a$ .: 6U ,tJoa npx,-ty .oTi K .
that LJltiaJ nnJt expense of intere, ..... .. and "'en" who aW .S........o d and -- two Ia-s. e of i -v v $ 0 'o a pet a -. .
that tlilal.n erpe of nter pen ^ Osandatof young Americant anxious to close connectonsboth who can equal the work ofthe DobleCaa SW CO SeCOnd dCntre FtS&'IIDmNA,
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should be measured by the val, of the erice when it was last in its native land. One 9.4) a. in.; for South- Floda by train leaving at ReUlable Agents and Salesmen wanted. Spe .. ....
.rendee adb *trlxaites.of ths peo. 4.501 i. m. a-' l.- ---"- --
p to to respond to the ttemanb of J bst pension thing Burope cannot 'do, with all its Close eonnctions made at Brunwck with F. (Ia_ indu ements to Dealers., -. =
le '+ r 1 ..., gIslttlon, 'boasted art and civilization, and thatfis -T., V. & 0. R. R. to and from all points West and or Pamphet giving indorsements, te., ad- -- ....
: When the war of the reb1ion closed the E' East by trains arrivingat 6.10a. m. anddi aprting dress I F
to oduceKwildwest-show. Moreover-,. at i p. m., with throughh s pubic debt amounted tio about one-tenth at without c 0
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about oae-tfUl40.1 'Uhan. t1e public debt wasg o- goodimbealen. d 1 a 1y- t
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ne w nation of WOp0,000 has been added to the some comfort to know that this American trsutlasp,,$l.Qseeondcla,.one way; .00 flrst-. -ave / T .d r s obad and
popui^tun. -Thstates now span the continent #ntrtainment itself alone has raked in cls, '$2 econd-cass, rouPannd-trp eas.ndu t rd dTTI dS-8 T u.-s-AYT SAUT-J-AYS.
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How General Sherman Got Some Quneer
SInformation About Himselft.
There was 4 big celebration by the
Grand Army, and as a special train full
of members from New York passed Eliz-
abeth, N. J., a tall, gray headed man en-
tered one of the cars and took a semt next
to a committeeman, who was decorated
with-more badges and medals than a
French field marshal.
"Going down to the jamboree, com-
rade?" asked the committeeman.
"Yes, sir," said the tall man.
"In the war, eh?"
"2All through," replied the newcomer,
with a smile. e
SOf course you were with Grant," said
the New York member, with humor-
ous wink.
"Part of the time."
"well, I was with Sherman-Atlanta
.to the sea, you know. Many's the *olly
night I spent playing poker with old Te-
cump. He couldn't play worth a dern
"Couldn't, eh?" said the gray haired
veteran, with interest.
"Noj it was like finding money. I've
a great mind to tell the boys of a little
incident that occurred during the great
march, but as the 'old man' is to be here
himself tonight I guess it wouldn't do.",.
"I.Iaouldn't mind that."
"Well, I dunno. You see, it was like
this: Just after we struck the Weldon
railro Il we had a fight. About noon it
let up a little and Sherman and I bor-
rowed a drum from the band for a table
and went into the bushes for a little
game of draw."
"Queer time for poker."
"Oh, you see fighting was a chestnut to
us in those days, while poker was a good
deal. Well, I horsed the old man pretty
bad, and when at last he opened a jack,
pot he'wvas about cleaned, out, so he wrote
out his pay receipt for the next month
and 1ltrew it in the pot. I raised him
$200.. ,Just then a bullet zipped through
the drum and the action was under way
"The old man jumped up. 'Pete,' he
says-Tecump always called me Pete-
'Pete, we can't play this hand just now,
but we'll finish it after the scrimmage.
Here, I'll put my hand under this stone
and you put yours in that hollow log.'
We did so and rushed for our horses."
"Hot fight that," said the ta)l veteran,
"You bet. Every time I got near the
general he'd stand up in his stirrups,
wave his sword and yell, 'A hundred bet-
ter, Pote,' and I'd holler back, '*A hundred
better" nor you.' It was most night be-
fore le called me, and then the pot was:
a couple of thousand. After supper we
went but, hunted up the cards, and
showed 'ema down. I had three aces and
two kings and Tecump had four kings
anda adp ace. Singular, 'wasn't 2"
"Remarkable. How did you account
for it'
Account for it? Why somebody had
been monkeying with the general's hand,
that's what I don't insinuate anything,
mind, but yQui can bet your boots I never
played Tecump again. But here's the
junction-let's go out and have a drink,
What might your name be, comrade?"
"William T, Sherman."--San Francis-
co Examiner.

At a Charity Fair,
SA mn who strayed into a "charity
bazaar" bad a trying experience.
Heb ad made several quite unsatisfac-
tory .urchases, not knowing how tore-
fuse tfe demands of the pretty sales-
women, and at last, to prove that he
could lake one sensible investment, he
boughs a small matchbox and carried it
off in triumph and haste.
Examining it after he had left the
booth/ he discovered that there was no
place on which to light the matches.
So, with the air of one determined not
to be cheated, he marched back to the
young lady of ,whom he had bought the
box. -.
'eThere is a mistake here," he said.
"You sold me this pocket matchbox, and
there is no place on it to scratch the
"M dear sir," said the young lady,
yont~e quite right; I made a mistake.
'That ls intended for a jewel box and
costs cents more, if you please."
"Ap.i-what did you do?" asked a friend
Ib whelm he related his tale of woe.

"If you've ever been to a fair," replied
the other in an aggrieved tone, "you
know very well what I did. I paid the
fifty cents, of coursel"-Exchange.

Children Who Work Ten Hours a Day.
SSamuel Gompers. president of the
American Federation of Labor, looks
upon the employment of young children
An mercantile houses as o-eAous evil.
"Tliere are nopat4s4te," said he, "to
show t number of children. nser foutL
teen yqa oef age thus employed, but It
must be large. I belive that some chfl-
dren under eight years of age 4re em-
ployed n mercantile houses, and I know
that their wages seldom exceed two dol-
lars per week, while for a single day's
absence they are docked much more than
a single day's pay. The average pay is
probably not more than $1.50 per week,
and many small children receive but one
dollar per week. There has been no at-
tempt, to organize children into labor
union'because the thing is impossible.
They could not act of their own volition.
The hours of children in mercantile
hous_..Are ordinarily from 7:30 a. m. to
6:80yznt., and in the holiday season as
late as 10 p. m. Many such children are
set to work not so much from the need
as from the greed of parents."-New
York Recorder.
S-; He Regretted It.
Hunker-You missed a heated argu-
ment by not coming to the boarding
house for dinner today.
Spatt-I'm sorry I wasn't there then.
It would be a great novelty to have
something warm. at Mrs. Small's table.
--New-York Epoch.

tion. Dismay overpowered her; she re,
fused to listen. "Not tonight, not to-
night," she cried incoherently. She could
not bring pain into this perfect hour.
She moved away slightly, with flushed
face and tear dimmed eyes. Lady
Katharine saw the gesture, and, think-
ing her work was done. stepped forward
"Marina, may I take you off for a few
minutes? I want to introduce you to
some people."
Marina gladly suffered herself to be
led away. They met Sir Denis,
"My dance?'
"No; Lady Katharine wants me."-
"The next, then?"
'Yes, the next."
A backward look and glad smile as
they moved on into a small boudoir.,
Lady Katharine fastened the door. Then
she drew the child to her.
"Marina, I want to speak to you
quietly. You are very young, dear; your
ignorance of the world's ways is pretty.
You hardly seem to understand the rules
of society."
.Marina glanced up wonderingly.
"You have no mother, dear, and must
not quarrel with me for giving a word
of warning. Really, my child, I must
ask you to be more careful, and not
dance quite so often with Sir Denis."
"Is that all?" laughed Marina softly;
"I thought I must have done something
very dreadful."
But she drew apart while speaking,.
and shivered slightly.
"I have not been with him more than
usual, have '?"
"But this is sopublic; and, my dear,
he is a terrible flirt"
Then Lady Katharine lost her temper.
"Don't stand there so calmly and think
you can carry on as you like, and make
a fool of such a man as Arthur Heath-
cote with impunity. Bahl you little
fool; you have been played with like a
doll, as many another has been before
you. Ask your gay lover when he last
saw his wife. Badly as he treats her,-
she may claim a little respect, and it is
not decent to see you flirting publicly
like this with him. I tell you he is a
married man."
"I know it."
Not a tremor, not a movement sug-
gusted the agony of the child standing
with head erect, facing her foe, and act-
ing the lie so bravely that her listener
was foiled. She had meant to crush
this beautiful little being to the earth;
and, behold the blow seemed to have
glanced harmlessly aside. L
"You knew it? And are you not
ashamed-you, who pretend to be so in-
-nocent, so far above the vanities of life?"
"Pardon, Lady Katharine. How often
have you riot tried to instill into me some
of the world's righteous doctrines? And
is it not one of its first articles of belief
that marriage opens the golden gate to
flirtation? Vou yourself-would you be
so very angry if some one were to flirt
just a little with a married woman?"
The shot told, but Marina only no-
ticed it with a sort of pity. She used
her weapons of self defense with a heavy
heart; she longed for escape-for death:;
but her voice never faltered.
'It is different altogether," cried Kath-
arine wrathfully. "A married woman
may do as she likes; but for a young
girl to lead a man ob so disgracefully is
"We have only been amusing each
other, Lady Katharine. There is no
harm done," said Marina, with a little
laugh. "Besides, I have only forestalled
my privileges slightly. 1 shall very soon
be married to .Mr. Heathcote, and then,
you see, i can do as I like."
The elder woman caught her by the
arm in a frenzy of rage. "It is falsely
You are lying to me. You have refused
"No, 1 have 'accepted him," estiled
Marina. "And now I really must run
away, for he and Sir Denis willbe ex-
peting me and your guests will be look-o
hng for you." "
She escaped, but her task was not
quite over. A look and a very few words
sealed her fate, and Hbalhcote could
scarcely believe in his happiness.
Then, unable to bear more, she rushed
blindly out into the night, down .to the.
surging, sobbing sea, out to the cold,
kind breath of heaven There' !m
found her, Ihis little sea maiden, whom
the north wind had kissed so long ago.

To him she obuld not lie; to him the"
whole story was laid bare. -
"Swear to me, Denis, as you love
me-or, rather, as I thought you loved
"I do love you. Vou are the one pure
love of my life." And he spoke the
"Swear to me she shall never lhow.
She tricked me so cruelly. Oh, De~isl.
do not lqt her-trijmph altogetherl" .".:"
"I promise. -
Poor little butterfly, all the gold dust
was brushed from its pretty wings, all
the sunlight gone. ,+
They looked over the waste of waters.
"Slumber song, love songI,"she mur-
mured-"and now the death song, too."
Lady Katharine, as often as she meets
society's favorite, Arthur Heathcote's
beautiful young wife, feels a dumb rage
and shame possess her, for she knows
only too well which has triumphed.-
London World.

Taking Down a Vain Young Man.
On one occasion, it is said, a vain and
foppish young Scotch nobleman, in Lady
Blessington's drawing ro6m, was talking
about his countrymen, when some one
asked him why it was that all the Scotch-
men abroad seemed to be intellectually
superior men.
"It is because," said the young lord,
"we keep well qualified watchmen at all
the.roads leading out of Scotland, who
suffer no man to go out of the country
who is not thoroughly intelligent."
S"Then," said Lady Blessington, "I sup-
pose your lordship waa smuggled?"-
Youth's Companion.

They gave the whole long day to idle laughter,
To fitful song and Jest,
To moods of obernesa as idle, after,
And silences as idle, too, aa the rest.
But when at last upon their way returning,
Taciturn late and loath,
Through the broad meadow in the sunset burn-
They reached the gate, one fine spell hinder.
ed them both.
Her heart was troubled with a subtle anguish
BSoh as but women know
That wait, and lest love speak or speak not,
And what they would, would rather they
would not o;
Till he said-manlike nothing comprehending
Of all the wondrous guile
That women won win themselves with, and
Byr of relentless asking on her the while-
"Ah, it beyond this gate the path united
Our tepo as far as death,
And I might open it"- His voice, affrighted
At it own daring, faltered under his breath.
Then she--whom both his faith and fear en.
Far beyond words to tell,
Feeling her woman's finest wit had wanted
The art he had that knew to blunder so well-
Shyly drew near a little step, and mocking,
"Shall we not be too late
For tea she said. "Pm quite worn out with
Yes, thanks, your arm. And will you--open
the gate?"
-Win. Dean Howellain Neow York Recorder.

Wild March weather; hurrying clouds
coursing across the sky, driven by the
keen north wind which was whistling
round the dwelling places of men, sweep-
ing majestically over miles of grass land
which stretched inland from the frown-
ing cliffs, and sporting in reckless aban-
donment of pleasure with his old play-
mate the sea, lashing the brave white
horses to a swifter gallop, urging on the
waters till they leapt high upon the
rocks and dashed in mad glee against
the steady, rugged old cliffs.
Noisy. blustering, rollicking north
wind, in spite of all your rough ways,
there was one who had come forth to
meet your embrace, who loved you for
your strength, for yourgrandeur. And
the north wind met her, to kiss her
laughing lips with the salt sea spray,
strengthen her heart with her stirring
song, touch the dark hair with his fin-
gers, challenge the sparkling, smiling
eyes, which resisted,, outwitted, defied
him, till he loved her in his own whole
hearted fashion, and swept onward tell-
ing her name to sea and sky and shore-
Marina, childd of the Ocean.
Sir Denis Beauchamp, making his way
up the steep cliff, stood up for a moment
gazing in silent wonder at the frail look-
ing little figure, which not only with-
stood the tempestuous blast, but seemed
actually to enjoy it. A smile parted his
fine out lips as he took in first the whole
picture, and then the particular beauty
of the sweet flowerlike face turned sea-
Suddenly Marina turned, and saw the'
stranger. He immediately accosted her,
and she noticed that his smile lit up a
somewhat plain face. ,
"Lady Katharine has sent me to bring
you home," he said.
*"Then you are Sir Denis. But how
did you know me?" ,
S 1 "I'fancied there could be but one young
lady desirous of making friends with
such a very rough customer as this north
wind." ......
"We are great friends. It is delightr-
ful up here. Look at that tossing sea;
isn't it beautiful"
"Beautifulr" he replied. ButLhe was
not looking at the sea.
Lady Katherine Dyson watched the
pair approach as they came up from the
beach into her well kept grounds.
"All goes well." she murmpured and

Lady Katharine, desiring a companion
for the winter at Thirltown, had remem-
bered her cousin Eleanor's orphan child,
and Marina, being only seventeen and
alone in the world, had been very thank-
ful to make her home with Lady Kath-
arine. All had gone well till the return
of the bachelor squire of Heathcote Hall,
who some weeks ,later startled Lady
Katharine by a sudden remark on Marl-

na's beauty.
Lady Katharine answered lightly:
"Don't loose your heart too quickly. She
does not quite carry her character in her
pretty face."
Was there a covert stipg in the words?
Heathcote put away the fancy as absurd.
"Too late with your advice, Lady Kath-
arine. If I ever marry I shall marry that
Perfectly unconscious was he of the
effect of this speech upon b1is listener.
S Posiessed himself of no more than a
friendly regard for her, and being by
nature somewhat unobservant, it had
never.dawned upon him that she could
regard him as more than a friend. In-
deed, it would have rather offended his
unwordly and quixotic sense of honor
had he known that a married woman/and
she the wife of his old chum, George Dyp
son,-{(who was then dispensing justice in
SIndian law courts), had conceived for
him feelings nothing short of infatua-
tion, all the fiercer for being kept so rig-
orously under restraint. So he spoke in
all good faith, and Marina, standing afar
in the sunlight, knew not that fate was
weaving into her web of life the love of
an honest man and the hate of a jealous
The long night hours brought no sleep
to Katharine-Dyson, but Marina found
her next morning calm as ever, and, if
anything, a shade kinder than usual;
while all there was to show as the result
of that night watching was a little note
addressed to Sir Denis Beauchamp,which
found him at his club, and brought
a smile to his lips. The contents were
brief: "Come down for a week or so.
Attractions-saving, of course, my so-
ciety-best described by a round 0, but
for one thing, and that-a fair thing. As
you love me. come. and I promise you

wonted beauty, murmured, "All goes
At any rate, Marina thought all was
well. She asked no questions respecting
him, and, indeed, there was always a lit-
tle air of reticence about her which Sir
Denis found delightful. Accustomed to
the ways of women, and smiled upon by
almost every type of them, he was
amused to find that this darkeyed little
sea maiden had wit enough to hold her
own against his attack. It made the con-
test rather more interesting. Had she
bent that dainty head of hers to his first
touch, he would have left her and gone
back to his old familiar haunts without
giving her another thought. But she
was a hardy little flower, and, seeing the
bravery of her bearing, he waited on
from day to day, from week to week.
The season in town was a dull one; he
had been a little bored before leaving,.
and this child was worth studying.
But Arthur Heathcote failed to under-
stand the gradual change in her and
wooed her still in his somewhat heavy
fashion. He took courage to remark to
Lady Katharines "I declare I believe she
likes me best. Isn't she a bit shy with
Beauchamp? Jast a little afraid of him,
it strikes me."
Was she afraid of Sir Denis? Her
words failed her now and then; her
merry speech had a trick of dropping
into silence when his hand touched hers
ever so lightly. The sea murmured
strange things as they wandered together
in unfrequented ways."
"You love it?" he said, as she staid
her steps beside it.
"It is my world. I was born at sea.
Its music was my slumbering song in in-
fancy, my joy song in childhood, my
dream song always"--
"And shall be now?"--
Only a something in the voice, the
look; only a bent head and lips which-
stay; they did not brush the fairy dust
from the pretty butterfly's wing. Not
yet, not quite yet.
"Happy Marinal" he said, "happy
}hildl My sea sings a rougher song. It
a the sea of the world."
"You love it?" she questioned demure-
4y, echoing his phrase and beating back
the riotous thoughts.
"It loves me; is not that enough?"
She laughed softly. "'Quite enough. I
am glad you do not love it more."
"Who taught you to scorn the world?"
"Scorn it? I respect it as a mighty in-
stitution. Do I not listen with due rev-
erence to the world maxims and world
stories you and Lady Katharine repeat?"
There was a faint inflection of sorrow
in his tone as he replied: "Don't let her
spoil you, little one, The life song the
sea sings you is a nobler one than ours."
"As God's world is nobler than minan's."
She stole away very quietly on their
,return, and left him alone with Lady
Katharine. They talked on indifferent
"You are pleased to be dull, Denis.
Are you beginning to be bored?"
"Bored? No."
"You find Marina interesting?"
,,Very.' I
* Then silence. WJady Katharine poked
the fire to a blaze that she might see his
face. It was inscrutable.
SAt length he spoke. "1 wonder, Kitty,
what induced you to ask me here just
"Life in Thirltown was not amusing
me.' Is not that sufficient?"
"Flattererot I might believe you but
for one thing. Since my arrival you
have scarcely vouchsafed me a single
hour0ofyour undivided attention."
-e'"You have, nepartheless, amused your-

"Yes. You asked me to take her on
your hands for a time, and have taken
carteto give me every opportunity. You
have told her?"
"I have not supposed it necessary."
"It is necessary. You will tell her to-
"And you?"'
"It is not a subject I care to allude to.
! shall be silent, provided you promise
she shall know.'
"1 will make my opportunity."
The days' passed, and every morning
the dark eyes met the sun more gladly,
and every night the red lips+ parted in
more tender fashion on repeating his
Lady Katharine watched her closely.

"All goes welh" she murmured still, and
at last she made her opportunity.
Thirltown was en fete for Easter, and
Lady Katharine Dyson gave a ballet the
park. Marina's first ball; a new delight
of the enchanted region into which she
had entered that wild March morning.
"The incarnation of spring," said
Heatheote, moved almost to poetic fancy
by the sight of her radiant face.
"Perhaps. But spring is capricious,
and chills with-cutting breath when
most we are rejoicing in her beauty,"
said Katharine, hating the child yet
"My little siren," whispered Denis as
he and Marina glided past.
"To lure men to destruction? Say
"I will say nothing beyond this rich
pl;aisle, that you alone are you.'
Poor little butterfly, banking in such
sun rays of speech, believing the flowers
would never fade or the magic light
-grow dim. ,
Hreatheote, with blind pertinacity, re-
fused to be discouraged. His chance
was surely a good one; he would put it
to the test at once. Katharine, divining
his intention, felt that the hour of her
triumph drew near, "She will refuse
him, and he will come to me then, and
will learn to care more than ever he
cared before. It is the way of men. I
have tricked her into it; I have done
well, and now"-
Marina danced on, innocent, beauti-
ful, happy. This hoar of delight was
the crown of her seventeen years, and
Wfe was very fair.- Sir Denis scarcely
left her side; he found her strangely in-
teresting, more so than he cared to con-
fess. Was a child like this to snare him
into love's sweet folly? he asked himself.
Bahl he would spend this evening with


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Amelia City Items.
Mr. Hendricks, of South Florida,
who was here a short time since
prospecting for a home, will return
today with his family, and will oc-
cupy the Fithian cottage for the
present. He contemplates building
as soon as convenient. This gives a
school teacher and ten scholars.
Amelia still grows.
Mr. Braddock has an eye to busi-
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oyster factory in Jacksonville and
has it delivered by steamer. He
says he can save money by doing so.
Men will work for their own interest,
and will buy in the cheapest market.
G. R. Swann has just received a
Swine press. He has quite a lot of
grapes' and expects to make some
fine wine.
Dr. Sanderson, the new dentist,
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Amelia can boast of some of the
Best dentists in the country. Dr.
Snyder, of Fernandina, made a set
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they are so natural that they get on
S.. edge whenever she eats anything
, that 4s strongly acid. When you
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Dyall Locals.
The young folks are having quite
a nice time just now.
Mrs. Jack Lane is very ill. Dr.
Redding, of Waycross, is attending
her. "
Hon. B. Q. Dyal is keeping the
young folks in an uproar with his
genial jokes.
Mr. Harrison has been very ill.
Glad to see him around again.
Mrs. D. T. Smith has left for pleas-
ant Fernandina. Wish her much
pleasure. '
Our young ladies and gents made
a flying trip to Willard Sunday.
All report a delightful time except
one poor fellow, who got strapped
and borrowed 5 cents from a young
lady. Look out, young man, and
keep on the good side of the girls.
Common Sense in Bathing.
A dip in the sea once, or even
twice, a day will do a vigorous per-
son no harm, but those who are not
strong should be careful, says a
writer in the August Ladies' Home
Journal. If, after coming out of the
water, there is a sensation of fresh-
ness and exhilaration, of renewed
life and vigor, the bath has beeu
beneficial. When, however, the
bather looks blue, and feels languid,
there. is not sufficient vitality for
proper reaction from the chill of the
water, and it has done harm. Deli-
cate people can easily wash them-
selves to death. ; .
There is an impression among
those Who have been brought up in
refinement, that daily ablution of the
whole person is absolutely necessary
to cleanliness and health. Evelin
those who do, not practice it recom-
mend it, and are shocked at the
mere suggestion of the omission of
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lightful luxury, and when it has been
long indulged in, is indispensable to
comfort; but like other luxuries,
there are circumstances that should
modify its use. Itis too exhausting
for persons whose vitality is low and
who need all their nervous energy to
carry on the functions of life.
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